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Those are my CD's.
  • Wolf
  • Feb 13th 2010, 23:39
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linked to #415958
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Those are my CDs.
linked to #425893
linked to #517117
linked to #890129
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  • Batko
  • Sep 26th 2011, 16:00
linked to #1130567
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  • duran
  • Nov 21st 2011, 22:22
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linked to #1320397
linked to #1533087
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Sentence #67003

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Those are my CDs.

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blay_paul
Jul 15th 2010, 13:37
The use of an apostrophe after an acronym is still a valid, although now somewhat old fashioned, approach. (c.f. "Magazines, Books, DVDs and CD's" - Reader's Digest web page title). It is still the preferred approach for acronyms that include punctuation. (e.g. "How many D.U.I's do you have this year?")

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