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Anonymous:Or, thesis' if you are saying that something belongs to a particular thesis.
Anonymous:actually when i had checked it was theses so your thought was right
Anonymous:Then in that case it is not plural!!!
I had a look here: http://www.askoxford.com/concise_oed/thesis?view=uk
Good enough for me
Anonymous:the plural of thesis is theses
Anonymous Or, thesis' if you are saying that something belongs to a particular thesis.You are referring to the possessive, not the plural.
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