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yours sincerely




Normally, people write "your's sincerely", which is wrong. The apostrophe should not be there.

The correct use of an apostrophe is to denote a possessive with a name or place, like "it is clinton's car" or "Newyork's skyline is beautiful".

WRONG: your's sincerely
CORRECT: yours sincerely



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