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used in Killing Kennedy

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very near — often directly beside
  • Normally, the First Family would stay in the house they own adjacent to the compound property.
    p. 191.5
  • Khrushchev tried to bully his younger adversary on the subject of West Berlin, hoping to take control of the entire city because more and more citizens of Soviet-controlled East Berlin were risking their lives in the name of freedom by escaping into the adjacent territory controlled by the United States and her World War II allies.
    p. 125.6

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