Is “who all is” grammatically correct?

Is “who all is” grammatically correct?

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    “Who all is” is a contraction of “Who is all”. The apostrophe is used to indicate that a word has been reduced and the letters omitted. It is not a possessive pronoun. It is properly used when the words immediately preceding it are indefinite pronouns.
    The sentence “Who all is not coming?” is correct, but “Whose all is” is incorrect.

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