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's or s' is never omitted with possessive (genitive case) nouns. But some of your examples are not possessive, they are attributive. Noun+noun compounds can work as attributive nouns where one noun modifies the other. See noun adjunct, attributive noun, or qualifying noun. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noun_adjunct A noun or noun phrase in English is ...


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