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Pluralizing abbreviations

Acronyms and initialisms, like other nouns, become plurals by adding -s or -es:

they produced three CD-ROMs in the first year; the laptops were produced with three different BIOSes in 2006.

As with other nouns, no apostrophe is used unless the form is a possessive.

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