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    which's better "on the basis of" or

    which one "on the basis of" or "because of" is best be used in this statement: less favourable treatment on the basis of gender including ........
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    Re: which's better "on the basis of" or

    Flip a coin, and "which's" is not a valid/correct contraction.

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