How Do You Put Apostrophe Words in Alphabetical Order?

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The apostrophe has more than one purpose. It can represent possession, like in John's coat. It can be used to create a contraction. In the contraction use you can treat the word as though it were the whole thing rather than a contraction. Can't would be treated like cannot. In the possessive format you can simply think of it as not being there and put the item in order.
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