JFK

[ US /ˈdʒiˌɛfˈkeɪ/ ]
NOUN
  1. 35th President of the United States; established the Peace Corps; assassinated in Dallas (1917-1963)
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  • Like JFK and the O.J. Simpson case, the world needs its share of secrets and mysteries.
  • The dissatisfaction is with Obama, not with the party that gave us leaders like JFK and Sen. John Stennis in the past. CNN Poll: Republicans make gains, but trail Democrats
  • Gwyneth Paltrow got married here, Audrey Hepburn, Lucille Ball and Vivien Leigh holidayed here, Jackie O shared her honeymoon with JFK here. Louise Roe: San Ysidro Ranch, Cali's Most Stylish A-list Hideaway
  • He burnished JFK's reputation as a great president. Times, Sunday Times
  • I suggest you read an excellent book on James Web called THE MAN WHO RAN THE MOON by Piers Bizony to get some real insights into how NASA ran and how by 1963 JFK was ready to pull the plug on anything other than getting to the moon. Sources: Hillary To Be Endorsed By John Glenn
  • He worked as a speech-writer for Robert Kennedy, a career cut short by JFK's assassination.
  • He was general manager of business development and marketing of JFK, La Guardia and Newark airports.
  • The concerns about JFK's Catholicism were centered on whether or not he would take orders from Rome or tend to "Catholicize" policy --- particularly with respect to education and the separation of church and state. Romney To Give JFK Speech!
  • The plane shuddered twelve hours later as the wheels touched down on the runway at JFK.
  • Lee Harvey Oswald did NOT act alone in assassinating JFK! Conspiracy theories a-go-go (Reposted)
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