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1 The next day we went sailing and swimming with Jackie and Maurice, Ann and Vernon, Ted and Vicki Kennedy, and Ed and Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg.
2 Many great examples of Kennedy and Churchill Henry V and so on.
3 During the analysis of the film footage of the assasination of John F. Kennedy in 1963, a mysterious woman was spotted.
4 Mr Clinton's race-tinged dismissal of the South Carolina result contrasted strongly with Mr Obama's theme of racial reconciliation, and is thought to have tipped Mr Kennedy into endorsing Mr Obama.
5 We didn't stop to think about what happened; our every move and thought went into rushing the President and Mrs. Kennedy to the nearest hospital.
6 Obama's is not the old-fashioned, Clintonesque story of the small town kid who made good, nor is he that other old-fashioned tale, of the young lion from a Kennedy or Bush political dynasty.
7 And he lifted me up in his strong, gentle arms, and said something I will never forget," ted Kennedy Jr. said.
8 King has his suspenders; Jackie Kennedy had her pillbox hats and then her oversize sunglasses; Steve Jobs has his jeans; Bono has his tinted wraparound glasses.
9 When Mr. Kennedy entered the Senate in 1962, he was aware that he might be seen as an upstart, with one brother in the White House and another in the cabinet.
10 Yet, argues Mr Kennedy, this is not necessarily all bad.
11 John F. Kennedy in reply to Nellie Connally, wifeofGovernor John Connelly, commenting You certainly cant saythatthe people of Dallas havent given you a nice welcome, Mr. President.
12 We were getting our HD video from a team on the ground at the Kennedy Space Center who fed it to the encoding team at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama.
13 Consumer Bill of Rights is proclaimed by President John F. Kennedy in a message to Congress. Included are the right to safety, the right to be informed, the right to choose, and the right to be heard.
14 In the years after his failed White House bid, Mr. Kennedy also established himself as someone who made "lawmaker" mean more than a word used in headlines to describe any member of Congress.
15 The Kennedy Space Center Visitor? S Complex is selling tickets but other venues are available, much like during shuttle launches.
16 He plunged into the new job with Kennedy enthusiasm.
17 A spectator in the NASA press site views the launch of the space shuttle Discovery on Mission STS-102 to the International space Station at the Kennedy space Center, March 8, 2001.
18 Within months of taking office in 1961, Kennedy signed an executive order establishing the Peace Corps.
19 As many as a million people may have witnessed the historic moment, including some who were at Kennedy Space Center three decades ago for the first shuttle lift off.
20 Most of the family wealth resided with his tycoon father, Joseph P. Kennedy.
21 Mrs. Kennedy flicked the dust away from her purse with a handkerchief.
22 Mr Kennedy requested that the state law should be amended to provide a temporary appointment by the governor until the special election.
23 What happened: the (great man) John Kennedy, received numerous death threats (petition) and was gunned down (thunderbolt) in the afternoon of November 22, 1963.
24 one of the houses that people such as Teddy Kennedy and Ed Muskie and Walter Mondale made visits to when they were short of funds.
25 President Kennedy once said that engaging the world to meet the threats we face was the greatest adventure of our century," she said.
26 I thought he was joking until he started walking down," Kennedy said after the event, showing off the note in front of a bank of television cameras.
27 Ted Kennedy was diagnosed with brain cancer several months ago, and it was not clear if he would be able to address the convention.
28 Two weeks after Telstar's debut, President Kennedy holds a press conference in Washington, D.C., that is broadcast live across the Atlantic.
29 In the 1860s, the United States was caught up in the Civil War. The 1960s are remembered for social revolution, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and Beatlemania.
30 Dr Kennedy said the key to unlocking the code came from the 12 notes of the Greek musical scale, which he said was popular among followers of Pythagoras.