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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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Joe Kennedy III, a Democrat from Massachusetts, is serving his third term in the House of Representatives.
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.
Jackie Kennedy, still in blood-spattered clothes, accompanied Johnson, along with her husband's casket, for the flight back to Washington.
Edward Kennedy, administration officials Robert McNamara and Arthur Schlesinger, White House photographer Cecil Stroughton, Nikita Khrushchev's interpreter Viktor Sukhodrev, historians, journalists and even Cuban refugees.
Kennedy, he writes, "was a Zelig of power--at the vortex, it seemed, of every crisis of the 1960s.
There are several scenes - O'Donnell driving Bobby Kennedy to a meeting with Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin, O'Donnell exhorting JFK before a television address among them - that are fictionalized.
Steel twice glimpses Kennedy as a senator in conflict with himself about his partner and rival in liberal Democratic politics, LBJ.
But chess is a family favorite for the Kennedys, who play frequently at home and at the California Youth Chess League in Santa Clarita, coached by Jay Stallings.
Often tongue-tied in interviews, Kennedy had a ready answer in 1994 during his seventh successful campaign for the Senate.
Young John Kennedy won the hearts of millions of Americans when a small boy we knew as John-John stood at attention and saluted his father's coffin as it passed atop a caisson that carried him to his final rest.
He echoes the words of numerous Kennedy partisans in suggesting that the hard-as-nails attorney general "grew" into a genuine champion of the downtrodden in the years following his brother's death.
Andrea Sciarretta, 13, said she had been dismayed that Kennedy would not be buried with his parents at the eternal flame in Arlington National Cemetery.