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  • Underscoring that point, Hormats last week held what he called the first-ever economic meetings between a senior U.S. official and the Muslim Brotherhood, a once-banned Islamist group that this month won the biggest share of seats in Egypt's lower house of parliament.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The group compiled what it calls the first-ever such list of 54 city-wide fiber networks and 79 city-wide cable networks "whose objective is to maximize value to the community in which they are located rather than to distant stockholders and corporate executives."

    Ars Technica

  • Written in 1907 and unearthed last year, it's a contender for the title of first-ever football song.

    Liverpool Premier League 2011-12 team guide

  • In June of that year, Oscar called the first-ever Cañón Five meeting.

    Freud’s Blind Spot

  • Last night we had our first-ever departmental reception just for intro students.

    2009 September 18 « This is what a computer scientist looks like

  • TOKYO– JFE Holdings Inc. on Monday sharply downgraded its earnings forecast for the full fiscal year, predicting its first-ever yearly net loss as the nation's steel industry suffers from the yen's strength and slowing global growth.

    Japanese Steelmaker Forecasts First Net Loss

  • In the second jobs initiative, on Dec. 31 the government deposited the initial payments in the country's first-ever program of unemployment benefits for Saudis between the ages of 20 and 35.

    Saudis Push Young People, Including Women, Into Jobs

  • The data confirmed a report in late December by Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal that the fund would suffer its first-ever calendar-year outflow.

    Pimco Bond Fund Posts First Calendar-Year Outflow

  • The daily amount deposited with the ECB has risen further since banks tapped the ECB for a massive amount of liquidity at its first-ever three-year loan in December.

    ECB Official Says Bank Seeks to End Bond Buys

  • The ECB last week rushed out emergency support for the euro-zone banking system, laying out an unprecedented €489 billion at its first-ever three-year lending operation.

    Deposits at ECB Hit High

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