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    London, 28th January 2010

    Is this correct : "London, 28 January 2010" or should it be "London, 28th (of) January 2010" ?

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    Re: London, 28th January 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    Is this correct : "London, 28 January 2010" or should it be "London, 28th (of) January 2010" ?
    I would write "London, the 28th of January 2010" if I were writing a narrative. On a letter, I might write, "London, 28,01,2010".

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