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Answered 2015-04-12 08:31:47

The possessive form of the proper noun is Arturo's.

The possessive noun phrase is: Arturo's baby sister.

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Answered 2020-04-24 00:21:59

What is the possessive noun of The baby sister of Arturo

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Answered 2020-05-22 13:44:47

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