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"The below attachment" vs "The attachment Below" [duplicate]

In office email communication, people constantly write "See the below attachment". However, I have a problem with this because I feel as though the word below should be placed after 'attachment' not ...
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Can "above" be used as an adjective? [duplicate]

I've read in some English grammar books that the word above can only act as an adverb. It can never be used as an adjective in any context. For example: 1) The above example explains it well. ...
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which is correct - in section below or below section [duplicate]

We have given detail description of these tools in below section. or We have given detail description of these tools in section below. which one is correct?
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"From the above analysis, we can see that" VS "From the analysis above, we can see that" [duplicate]

What is the difference between this two sentences? I looked into the google,and found that these two sentences are used.
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Is "below ask" a valid combination of words? [duplicate]

Is "below ask", correct with regards to information given below(suppose info exists below)?
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"Above thing" or "thing above" [duplicate]

I don't know which is correct, it seems both can be used? "The above gun shows..." or "the gun above shows.." Also the below gun or the gun below, which is correct?
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Which is correct: "the below information" or "the information below"?

I frequently see statements that refer to something later in the text that use a phrase such as "the below information". Is it more correct instead to say "the information below" (or "the following ...
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Please, why can’t I use "the below example"?

I used “the below” in a previous answer I wrote and a fellow member of this Q&A site, tchrist ♦, changed it to not include the below. Fifthly (or any final thing in the list) would be ...
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Is this sentence a valid construction? [duplicate]

I received this in my email. Please be reminded in accordance with the below email. Is something wrong with this sentence?
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Using "meantime" as an adjective

Does it make sense to say: Please consider this email as a meantime brief report. If yes, why? and if no, how can it be fixed? Edit By the above sentence, I want to say that this email is not the ...
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Why is the adjective "below" rare compared to adjective "above"?

Above and below can be used as both an adverb and an adjective to indicate an earlier or a later part of a piece of writing respectively. However, adjective below is rare compared to adjective above (...