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    Nerves of steel

    Would you please take a look at my sentence and tell me if it sounds natural? Would you please correct my mistakes?

    Peter seems to be a man with nerves of steel whom nobody and nothing could rattle.

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    Re: Nerves of steel

    I would use who.

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