Say I wanted to shorten the phrase "It's on the back of the man who is over there" so that the first clause becomes "the man's back."
Is there any way to move from there with any kind of conjunction? I want to continue describing the man though, not his back.
It's on the man's back who is over there.
It's on the mans's back whom is over there.
It's on the man's back, his who is over there.
How can I do this? If it's possible at all...