there are 3 places where the apostrophe is absolutely necessary: a) abbreviations, b) numbers, c) separating single letters from their charms. sample; increments in vat, late 1966, from a to z... can also be separated from its suffix with an apostrophe if a word is to be stressed.
i think apostrophic punctuation mark has always been a very assertive name for me, it is a cute character, but i don't know, it is not apostrophe either.
the scariest punctuation mark.
punctuation mark that evokes the name of one of the generals in hitler's germany. i also used it in the definition sentence, but did i put this brother in the right place, it's a mystery.
apostrophe.. (see hack)
although it doesn't sound good, it is a frequently used word derived from the french word apostrophe, which somehow looks like the surname of a russian colonel instead of an apostrophe.
french origin name of "apostrophe".
a punctuation mark that creates a super insulting effect when you say it to the other person with a harsh tone (see: super words that fit in the mouth)