Sep 8th, 2012, 01:14 am
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Join Date: Oct 8th, 2006
| | Re: where=on which?
Yes, it is possible. here are some examples from a concordancer. In each case "on which" could be replaced by "where" :
...huge divan-like thrones as large as small beds, ON WHICH the sultans sat cross-legged.
...under the window, was a yellow painted bench ON WHICH the old woman sat,
...And it so happened that adjacent to a couch ON WHICH she had taken refuge was a small table
...a wooden crate on which stood the candle, a spread out blanket, and an unrolled bindle.