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    date writing

    Good morning,

    I am looking for some regulation how to write dates. Especially, I am interested in how to write (using number) "the twenties of the Twentieth Century". Is it 20s of XX Century? I am asking for a help here for the first time and I am not quite sure how it works. My e-mail address is MJirickova@atlas.cz.

    Thanks for your kindness,

    Marketa Jirickova
    Czech Republic

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    Re: date writing

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Good morning,

    I am looking for some regulation how to write dates. Especially, I am interested in how to write (using number) "the twenties of the Twentieth Century". Is it 20s of XX Century? I am asking for a help here for the first time and I am not quite sure how it works. My e-mail address is MJirickova@atlas.cz.

    Thanks for your kindness,

    Marketa Jirickova
    Czech Republic
    I would write the '20s of the 20th Century or 20's of the 20th Century.

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