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used in Killing Kennedy

7 uses
  • I am the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris—and I have enjoyed it.
    p. 64.7
  • Jackie returned to their house in Georgetown long before the parties wound down, but her husband did not accompany her.
    p. 9.5
  • Roy is accompanied by his friend, J. W. "Big" Milam.
    p. 95.4
  • A different agent accompanied Fain back in June.
    p. 102.3
  • John Walker, director of the National Gallery, was against the loan, fearful that his career would be ruined if he failed to protect the Mona Lisa from theft or the damage that might accompany moving a fragile 460-year-old painting across an ocean in the dead of winter.
    p. 137.4
  • This was done to prevent the vomiting that often accompanies an oral drug overdose.
    p. 146.9
  • What the president doesn't know is whether his wife was unfaithful, though it's most likely that she was not, especially accompanied as she was on board by her sister, who had designs on Onassis.
    p. 223.1

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