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  • homepage Senate homepage Robert Kennedy's eulogy read by Ted Kennedy Jacqueline Kennedy's eulogy read by Ted Kennedy Tribute to John F. Kennedy Jr. read
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  • him—that he could walk through this world without looking left or right. Jacqueline Woodson, If You Come Softly (1998) p. 15-16 Fiction; inner thoughts of
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  • brother of Robert F. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy, and the first husband of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
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  • wouldn't want to shake hands with him. Jacqueline Susann, in Barbara Seaman, Lovely Me: The Life of Jacqueline Susann (1996). Wikipedia has an article
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  • to piss. Lyndon B. Johnson, as quoted in America's Queen : The Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (2001) by Sarah Bradford He was one of the most admired
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  • Stephen Spender (category Authors)
    plane was grounded because of bad weather, to attend a dinner date with Jacqueline Onassis; as quoted in "Stephen Spender, Toady: Was there any substance
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  • eyes, not wanting to cry. Anne was right. None of it made any sense. Jacqueline Woodson, If You Come Softly (1998) p. 58 Fiction; inner thoughts of Elisha
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  • want to be a single parent or had relationship problems. Aida Torres and Jacqueline Darroch Forrest, "Why Do Women Have Abortions", Family Planning Perspectives
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  • often arriving in the front door as Kimble stepped out of the back. Jacqueline Scott played Donna Kimble Taft, Kimble's sister in a few episodes, and
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  • popping-out-of-her-skin sexiness of the glittering Parisiennes of thirties movies - Jacqueline Delubac in the Guitry films, or Mireille Balin in Pépé le Moko. " King
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