Kennedy


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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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Kennedy and his wife, Jacqueline, as they smiled and waved, looking like matinee idols, from the back of an open limousine.
At once stodgy and delirious, unexpectedly brilliant and brilliantly spurious, appropriately world historical and facetiously ahistoric, Shooting Kennedy is a book that, Lubin suggests, advances its own conspiracy theory by elaborating "an endless series of previously unnoticed" connections.
An omission and a couple of errors found their way into the NL/NL 1/16/04 article, "Cooper brothers leave Kennedy Information to set up investment firm.
Color Struck" under the Gaze: Ethnicity and the Pathology of Being in the Plays of Johnson, Hurston, Childress, Hansberry, and Kennedy.
The Thunder Bay waterfront may never reach peak activity like it experienced in the 1960s, but the grain market is holding its own, Kennedy says.
By tackling the taboo topic of miscegenation and representing it in both the form and content of her plays, Kennedy represents the African American struggle against both external and internal oppression.
Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is one of 11 presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration and is supported, in part, by the John F.
One thing that happens, and it's neither bizarre or radical, is Susan Kennedy.
This is the most common provider mode utilized (Litvak and Kennedy, 1991a), and one which requires relatively little direct administrative involvement on the part of state governments.
Sham Maharaj, principal of Buena Vista Corporation, noted that Jeffrey Wolfer, President and co-CEO of Kennedy Funding, was instrumental in the transaction.