Can I use "A B C" construct instead of "C of A B"?
"a fast man search" instead of "search of a fast man"?
It is confusing here whether the search or the man is fast, and if I use "a fast man search" some people can think that I mean "fast search of a man", but.. anyway - does the English language allows to do it?
Or let's take this example:
"a red flower search" instead of "search of a red flower"
red search is not possible thing, so the meaning should be clear in both cases, meanwhile first case is more compact. So can I use the first construct here?
And how about expressions like this:
"search of pairs of neighbour flowers"
can I rephrase it more compactly and readably somehow?