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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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"Much of Kennedy's allure lies in the future conditional," Ronald Steel admits, "in what he would have been, what he would have done." In Love with Night explores this allure.
To collect this mountain of material she has read every book on the subject, (those, according to the bibliography, total more than 300 works); scoured the archives on both sides of the Atlantic, and conducted interviews with a raft of the legendary first lady's relatives and friends, including her sister Lee Radziwill and sister-in-law Joan Kennedy, as well as one insistent self-professed lover, architect John Carl Warnecke.
Roger Donaldson's ennobled melodrama 13 Days shakes in its boots for President Kennedy's Cuban Missile Crisis, but it's smart enough to keep the Camelot trumpet-blowing to a minimum.
John F Kennedy was young, successful, rich and with a glamorous wife.
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qs0gcpFdH3c) Videos of Kennedy slamming the controversial legislation went viral, receiving nearly 10 million views of Facebook and well over 200,000 shares.
Victoria Kennedy and former ambassador to Ireland Jean Kennedy-Smith came to the Kennedy Homestead at Dunganstown, New Ross, Co Wexford.
Infant son dies In August 1963, Patrick Kennedy, the premature third child of JFK and Jackie, died less than two days after being born.
Kennedy made in our stores, he made a difference with the leadership and guidance he provided to our management and employees.
The courtyard was filled with friends of the Kennedy family, alumni of Robert F.
The cartoonish contrast between Hoover and Kennedy is further established through homophobic and misogynistic comparisons between Christmas celebrations: where the Kennedys enjoy a warm, convivial lunch all crowded around the table, Hoover dines with just one other man, with whom he awkwardly exchanges gifts.
The Kennedys' Wexford and Limerick cousins, the Ryans, Grennans and Fitzgeralds, were out in force.