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Crickett G., Dec 31, 2009, 9:05PM EST
I hope I've found the right spot for this question. If this isn't it, someone please direct me.
Why do we use and apostrophe s for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day but just use the word (with no apostrophe s) in other places, i.e. Christmas Eve, your birthday eve, etc.? Anyone?
You can play with your words...within reason.
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