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As possessor
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There are two possessive constructions in which the possessor is realised as a Noun Phrase (NP): the pronominal possessive construction and the the genitival possessive construction. Nouns can be elided following a possessor.

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More details about the two possessive constructions can be found by following the corresponding links:

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