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#29 - mewis (01/02/2013) [-]
#34 to #29 - anon (01/02/2013) [-]
Doesn't an apostrophe followed by the letter "s" refer to ownership rather than implying that the word "is" follow the word the apostrophe and "s" is attached to?

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User avatar #44 to #34 - lightningunicorn (01/02/2013) [-]
You're one of those asshole who uses the wrong "your" and "their", aren't you?
#39 to #34 - anon (01/02/2013) [-]

noun /əˈpästrəfē/ 
apostrophes, plural

A punctuation mark (used to indicate either possession or the omission of letters or numbers.
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