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can "whenever" be a considered as suff condition indicator?

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I was thinking today: "people who, and Whoever"is a conditional relationship indicator, be specifically sufficient conditioner.
When is considered as a sufficient conditional indicator by LSAT bible. Therefore WHENEVER, when's equivalent version of WHOEVER, can function as sufficient condition indicator, be specifically POWERFUL enough to function in general cases?
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Yes, without any question at all!
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