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    Gramatically Correct Phrase

    Looking for help with the phrase "A brothers bond is timeless".

    Would any apostrophes be needed in "brothers"?


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    billmcd is offline Key Member
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    Re: Gramatically Correct Phrase

    As presented, yes. "brother's"

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