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Which is correct?

 

Powers of Attorney or

 

Power of Attorneys

asked Jan 16 '13 at 09:23 Ema Kis New member

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Powers of Attorney is correct.  It is the powers that are plural, not the attorneys.

 

Mothers-in-law

Doctors-in-residence

Attorneys general

link comment answered Jan 16 '13 at 09:34 Patty T Grammarly Fellow
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Governors General

Gins and tonic

Vodkas and orange

link comment answered Nov 01 at 01:14 Jules Black New member

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