I guess it depends on how many princes you're talking about.Prince (singular) = Prince'sPrinces (plural) = Princes'
Good try, Erik, but guess again.See the listing in Wikipedia.And while you're about it you can see: Gowings - See Wikipedia entryFrenchs Forest - See Wikipedia or:http://www.frenchsfor-p.schools.nsw.edu.au/Sydney Teachers CollegeSee:http://www.edsw.usyd.edu.au/about/history/
So where did all those apostrophes go, the poor things?
I don't know. They might have slunk off to "Banana's on Sale" signs (see Sharon Colon's collection at http://www.sharoncolon.com/ )The apostrophe is as unwelcome in the examples I gave (and more that I haven't) as a dog in a butcher shop, despite the confusion that results. I don't know why.
An entire site dedicated to apostrophe mistakes--now how am I going to get any work done? Off to waste more time...
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