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Catastrophe

Grammar Nazis & Kitteh Fiends!
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Like the comma, the apostrophe wields amazing power. The talented little dot-and-tail combination (though written at the top of the line, not at the bottom like the comma) can change pronouns to verbs, tell you who owns what, replace a small handful of letters, and make plurals. It comes from the Greek words meaning to turn from or omission.

*After commas, apostrophes seem to be the most misused punctuation mark; grammar vigilantes have their work cut out for them.

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