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- Again, please follow the MOS. -- Michael Warren | Talk 18:06, September 23, 2018 (UTC)
- And again, if click one more link is too much trouble: "Names that end in "x" or "z" should have an "apostrophe s" unless they are either silent or sound like an "s". For example, "Dax" and "Neelix" should be "Dax's" and "Neelix's" when using the possessive but "Sanchez" should be "Sanchez'" for the possessive." --Alan (talk) 15:34, October 25, 2018 (UTC)
Please note that here at MA, we follow the Chicago Manual of Style... which allows for "...." to indicate "..." plus a "." to end a sentence.
With that in mind... please stop removing those extra periods. They've been put there for a reason.
Since you've been asked about this several times and still don't seem to have listened, you'll need to respond on your talk page to acknowledge this before you can continue editing. -- sulfur (talk) 03:31, September 20, 2019 (UTC)
Correct use of the possessive form--again Edit
Please stop unnecessarily deleting the possessive form ('s) from words. In English, there is nothing grammatically incorrect about adding it to a word that ends with x; deleting 's from "Neelix's" turns it to "Neelix'" which doesn't make any sense. I mentioned this issue to you more than seven months ago on the Babylon 5 wiki. Grammar rules don't change when you go to a different website. -- BlueResistance (talk) 14:43, November 27, 2019 (UTC)
- And the section above on possessives, which covers the same issue and includes a link to the site's Manual of Style, and a direct mention of "Neelix's." -- BlueResistance (talk) 20:50, November 27, 2019 (UTC)