Questions relating to the use of the apostrophe (’).

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Use of apostrophe in adjective phrase containing a possessive

I work and write for a tech company that has created many first-in-the-world technologies. In press releases, I often write something like “[Company name] today announced another world’s first with ...
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Should I write “WP page” or "WP's page?

I am writing a scientific paper and must refer to a page of Wikipedia (WP for short). Should I write "WP page" or "WP's page"? "WP's page" seems to me to be correct, but somehow it sounds strange...
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It's unconventional, but is “T's & C's” technically correct?

It looks a bit weird and isn't the commonly used term, but is it not correct? The apostrophe would be marking the shortening of "terms" to "t" and "conditions" to "c", of course.
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When using a singular/plural noun, where does the possessive apostrophe live?

I have a situation when a noun could be singular or plural and possessive. For example on a form for registering a dog at a vets, where you can register more than one dog on the same form: So the ...