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Sort nvarchar in SQL Server 2005

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in SQL Server 2005, how do we sort this nvarchar field

SO204750000000011
SO50340000000001
SO53000000000002
SO68190000000003

so it will become

SO50340000000001
SO53000000000002
SO68190000000003
SO204750000000011
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ORDER BY CAST( REPLACE (urColumn, 'SO', '') as BIGINT )
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order by cast(right(fieldname, 3) as int) asc
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