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There are official abbreviations in the dictionary Русский орфографический словарь: около 180 000 слов / Российская академия наук. Институт русского языка им. В. В. Виноградова / О.Е. Иванова, В.В. Лопатин (отв. ред.), И.В. Нечаева, Л.К. Чельцова. - 2-е изд., испр. и доп. - Москва, 2004. in the supplementary part "Основные общепринятые графические ...


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The answer to the question in the title is - yes. A few examples of abbreviated months in Russian: From https://www.gov.spb.ru/static/writable/documents/2014/04/25/EA-Dinamika-cen-v-Sankt-Peterburge-v-janv-ijune-2013.pdf: See also: http://tetran.ru/SiteContent/Details/13: One could argue, however, that they can hardly be called "official" (as the ...


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The Russian Wikipedia article cross-linked with the English Wikipedia "Improvised Explosive Device" article via the "Languages" list is https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Самодельное_взрывное_устройство or СВУ. The letters in your image would have to be mirror-image flipped vertically to form valid Cyrillic letters, and then you get ДЕЙ, which ...


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In theory, the correct abbreviated form is the one given in V. V.’s answer. In practice, commonly-used software, typically tailored for English, doesn’t generate abbreviations of this kind. For example, MS Excel only has five options for formatting dates (9, 09, S, Sep, September)—notice how “Sept.” isn’t among these, even though Associated Press style ...


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Stack Overflow на русском abbreviates it as 'ноя', which can be seen e.g. if you search for posts from last November: https://ru.stackoverflow.com/search?q=date%3A2019-11 Change the search query to see the results for other months. This is just an example, not an official style guide. But the community there takes pride in perfecting the Russian ...


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Looks like the direct translation of long ton. This translation variant even exists in Wikipedia.


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In formal writing, you're most likely use the number 11 as in 26.11.2020 г. Otherwise, just write it out in full: 26 ноября 2020 г. I'm not aware of any formally acceptable abbreviation. Update: I stand corrected, see @V.V.'s answer.


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