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    #1

    address provided/provided address

    Let's suppose I want to write something along the lines of:

    Hi, I'm going to come pick you up tomorrow at 8am at the address provided.

    My question is: could the adjective "provided" precede the noun (address)? It sounds off to me but google finds a lot of matches for this reversed order.

    Thanks a bunch in advance!

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    #2

    Re: address provided/provided address

    I would not use it.

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    #3

    Re: address provided/provided address

    It is used, but "address provided" is more common.

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