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P2052 at AOL.COM P2052 at AOL.COM
Tue May 29 01:08:00 UTC 2001

I've heard "his'n" used a lot among older Blacks; however, such forms as
"our'n," "your'n," "their'n," and "her'n," appear most often in the speech of
rural Southerners (at least in Alabama) of all ages and ethnic backgrounds.
I assume these patterns to be  analogues of "mine".
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