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A common comment on popular social media posts that encourages others to "like" the first picture on the commenter's page. A: "Why did you write 'First!' on Kylie Jenner's Instagram post?" B: "So that her fans will like my pictures too!"

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From the start; immediately: Why wasn't I told first off? When I get to work, I have to call my lawyer first thing.
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The general business situation had by this time become more settled, and in four months the company had twenty-two thousand telephones in use, and had reorganized into the National Bell Telephone Company, with $850,000 capital and with Colonel Forbes as its first President.
Antique car club, up to 10 vehicles: Antelope Valley Region Antique Car Club, first.
5 million first mortgage for Kensington Gate, a 95-unit co-op located at One Kensington Gate in Great Neck, N.
a compelling strategic combination of companies" that represented a "substantially better deal for Wachovia's shareholders than the First Union transaction.
The first I heard of it," he says, "was from Nader's people.
The first public library in Great Britain was provided to the city of London by Richard Whittington, and its chained collection was the responsibility of one person, the Chaplain of Guildhall College.
9,358, the agency allowed the owner to charge a first rent where he consolidated three apartments on two different floors into a single duplex.
The first homes are marketed with built-in kitchen cabinets.
3 million first mortgage and a $100,000 line of credit for a co-op building on 79th St.
7 million first mortgage and a $300,000 line of credit for a co-op building on Riverdale Ave.