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(Earlier), adjective aboriginal, anterior, earlier, earliest, embryonic, inaugural, incipient, introductory, primeval, primitive, prior
Associated concepts: at first impression, first lien, first readdng, first stages of litigation, on first blush

first

(Superior), adjective antecedent, authentic, capital, cardinal, central, chief, crowning, dominant, highest, important, initial, leading, maiden, main, original, paramount, precessional, precursory, preferred, premier, primary, prime, primordial, principal, second to none, starting, stellar, superior, supreme, vital
Associated concepts: first-degree offense

first

adverb ab initio, at first, at the outset, before, chiefly, first and foremost, firstly, formerly, from the beginning, initially, in the beginning, in the front, originally, principally
See also: ab initio, basic, cardinal, central, dominant, essential, important, initial, leading, original, paramount, precursory, preferred, previous, primary, prime, primordial, principal, prior, prototype, stellar, unprecedented
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FIRST is the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams.
The Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST) -- a not-for-profit network of computer security incident response teams representing government, law enforcement, commercial, education and other organizations worldwide -- has joined industry leaders in urging organizations throughout the global Information Technology (IT) community to test the first Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS).
Nasdaq:SYMC), the global leader in information security, today announced that two Symantec security experts will present at the Government Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (GFIRST) National Conference, April 5-7, at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Fla.

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