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Possessive noun: It's a noun that expresses its possession of every other noun. A possessive noun is characterised by an apostrophe s ('s) as it's suffix.

Examples of possessive noun:
i) Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal policy
ii) Stephen Hawking’s book, A Brief History of Time 

More common examples:
iii) My sister’s dog
iv) Our father’s spectacles
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