тетя Хрю (svinkina) wrote in linguaphiles,
тетя Хрю
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year number preceding a dependent noun

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If I want to say that something was done "upon one's order (ruling) issued in year 1928" (just for instance; the actual year doesn't matter), can I put it so: "Upon his 1928 order (ruling)"? I know there may be many ways to express this, but what interests me is whether this particular construct is correct?

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