John Richards, chairman of the Apostrophe Protection Society, pointed out that regardless of the practical application of the apostrophe, Mid Devon Council had a responsibility to uphold grammatical standards.
What does APS stand for?
APS stands for Apostrophe Protection Society
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- Appearance Potential Spectroscopy
- Application Platform Strategies
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- Applied Problem Session
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Samples in periodicals archive:
John Richards, who established the Apostrophe Protection Society in 2001 said: "Our website has had more than a million hits from 71 different countries, so it's clear people do still feel passionately about the apostrophe.
The Apostrophe Protection Society branded the move "plain wrong".
I, for one, would appreciate the correct location of Newcastle's football team even if the Apostrophe Protection Society would not.
Indeed, the company's reputation is such that John Richards, chairman of the Apostrophe Protection Society (for such there is), confessed himself surprised by the "Giraffe's" imbroglio.
Consider that there is an Apostrophe Protection Society in England that exists purely to protect and correct the uses of this noble squiggle.
The Apostrophe Protection Society, which was started in 2001 with the aim of preserving the correct use of this most abused of punctuation marks.
The book also credits the inventor of the bizarre anti-grizzly bear suit, the man who invented junk mail, the creators of the flame- throwing car alarm and the efforts of the internationally renowned Apostrophe Protection Society.