It was earlier thought that all adverbials (except neH only) come at the beginning of the sentence. This is frequently the case, but what is really going on is that the adverbial precedes the object-verb-noun construction. It is possible for an element of another type to precede the adverb. Most commonly, this is a time element (a noun or phrase meaning today, at six o'clock, etc.).
DaHjaj nom Soppu' Today they ate quickly (DaHjaj today, nom quickly, Soppu' they ate)
The adverbial may actually follow the object noun (but still precede the verb) when the object noun is topicalized by means of the noun suffix -'e' (see Section 2.5.0.).
HaqwI''e' DaH yISam Find the SURGEON now! (HaqwI' surgeon, DaH now, yISam find him/her!)