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Please look at the following once again. (I raised it once before for another issue)

"Very few candidates for the position of vice president show as impressive a list of qualifications as Ms.Rohoda Stern from accounting"

Why did the writer write as "impressive a list of qualifications",not " a impressive list of qualifications"?

Can I not write " as a impressive list of qualifications"? Since "as" is an adverb, I can't put "article" there. That's why its order is changed,isn't it?
Does it means I can sometimes express like this?

I saw very beautiful a girl. (isn't it okay?) or can I write like that in only comparative sentences like "as"?

Thank you for your answer in advance.
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"Very few candidates for the position of vice president show as impressive a list of qualifications as Ms.Rohoda Stern from accounting"

The explanation is the conjunction / comparison words "as...as"

He is as impressive as she is. (He is compared with she)
The chocolate ice cream is as good as the vanilla. (chocolate is compared with vanilla)
These marbles are as colorful as those marbles.

The pattern is: noun + form of be + as + adjective + as + noun
The subject of "be" is compared to something else (after the second "as"

When another verb (not "be") is used, there is a noun phrase after the first adjective, to tell us what is being compared. The subject is not being compared. :

He has as big a hat as Roy has..(His hat is compared with Roy's hat)
She earns as high a salary as John does. (Her salary is compared with John's salary.)
Max can build as tall a tower as John can.
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I saw a very beautiful girl.
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Thank you for your answer.Then, did you mean that I can write like that "as beautiful a girl" only in comparative expressions with "as"? eg) I saw a very beautiful girl. eg) I could accidentally see as beautiful a girl as if I watch a Hollywood star on TV.
Thank you for your additional answers in advance.
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Ah! I see. Thank you so much for your kind explanation,Ms AlpheccaStarsEmotion: embarrassed. I think I've got it thanks to you.
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