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English speakers preferentially use the possessive apostrophe when the possessor is a living entity. When the owner is a living entity, the prepositional phrasing is technically correct, but the possessive apostrophe is highly preferred. Cerberus's answer was well-researched, and illustrated to me that most of the rules/exceptions for inanimate objects are ...

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