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“The April 12 attack paralyzed operations at the agricultural cooperative known as Nonghyup, in what is described as the worst-ever attack on a South Korean banking network.”
“He admits this is perhaps Britain's worst-ever financial crisis and last week said there is a risk of the recovery stalling.”
“Its pioneering mobile email service has just emerged from its worst-ever system failure – almost four days of outage spread across the world and into the company's North American heartland.”
“Japan is still grappling with one of its worst-ever peacetime disasters, but there was jubilation and praise early Monday for a squad of previously unheralded women - the national football soccer team.”
“This is the latest embarrassing incident for the government of Prime Minister Naoto Kan which has struggled to cope with one of Japan's worst-ever disasters.”
“The S&P 500 notched its worst-ever three-day start to September.”
“Without some Lazarus-like revival in the weeks ahead, the party that has dominated Irish politics for eight decades is heading for its worst-ever showing in a general election.”
“Mervyn King, the governor of the Bank of England, was right – Britain is in the grip of possibly its worst-ever financial crisis.”
“I suppose it is a sort of achievement for a chancellor to induce drowsiness in an audience when we are in the middle of what the governor of the Bank of England calls the world's worst-ever financial crisis.”
“India was hit by one of its worst-ever droughts last year, which crippled summer crops and, consequently, rural demand for gold.”
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