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Ken·ne·dy

(ken'ĕ-dē),
Edward, early 20th-century U.S. dentist. See: Kennedy classification.

Ken·ne·dy

(ken'ĕ-dē),
Robert Foster, U.S. neurologist, 1884-1952. See: Kennedy syndrome, Foster Kennedy syndrome.

Ken·ne·dy

(ken'ĕ-dē),
William, U.S. neurologist. See: Kennedy disease.
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JetBlue has been working "closely" with the Port Authority to develop the AirTrain station at JFK, said Richard Smyth, the budding airline's vice president.
Looking to the future, JFK plans to continue to innovate, create new revenue streams, optimize operations, and actively seek out new ways to improve patient outcomes.
Cassandra Lynn Johnson, Corey James Johnson, Stephanie Faye Johnson, Cody Jay Laine, Misty Marie Langlois, Amber Leigh LaRoche, Emily Jeanne LeBlanc, Casey Rose Leger (NHS, JFK, MAT), Tori Elizabeth Leger (NHS, JFK, MAT), Rebecca Nicole Leonard (JFK), Alexandrea Jennifer Lepine, Shane Michael MacFee, Ashley Catherine Malm, Spencer David Marean, Nicholas Marques, Nicholas Alexander Martin, Mark Anthony Masciangioli (NHS, JFK, MAT), Jared Scott Mason (JFK),
United Airline's decision to abandon this London route is combined with its decision to consolidate on its transpacific schedules and withdraw from international services at JFK altogether--its JFK to Tokyo (Narita) Boeing 777 service is being transferred to Washington Dulles where United has a major hub.
Plans include a $6 billion station tunnel under the East River to connect Lower Manhattan to JFK and Long Island via Brooklyn's Atlantic Avenue Station.
Given the centrality of the JFK myth to America's national narrative, the grandeur of this enterprise is evident--and so are the delusions.
He details, for example, medications JFK took during the Cuban Missile Crisis, implying it may have affected his decision making yet acknowledging he handled the situation as deftly as any leader could possibly have managed.
Mr S was the Pope of Poontang and JFK was honoured to kiss his ring.
AT FIRST GLANCE, THE PREMISE of Eric Hamburg's new memoir, JFK, Nixon, Oliver Stone and Me, seems very cinematic.
In 1985, they entered into a contract with JFK to be the exclusive provider of such services at the hospital's new cancer treatment center.
After all, what was most far-fetched about Oliver Stone's JFK (1991) wasn't the conspiracy hugger-mugger but the very idea that Kennedy was America's blessed liberal savior taken from us in a time of great need.
It is providing yet another image of JFK for public consumption, and one sharply at odds with the seamier sides that have come to light in recent years.