That or which?

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‘That’ defines. ‘Which’ gives extra information, often in a clause with commas round it. So:

This is the project that Miranda managed.

But:

This project, which Miranda managed, is a roaring success.

As a rule of thumb, if you’ve got commas in there, go with ‘which’.

(But Neil says it doesn’t matter which one you use anyway.)