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used in Killing Kennedy

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a prayer asking God's help as part of a religious service
  • On one occasion, blue smoke poured from the lectern during the invocation, and there was fear that it was a bomb.
    p. 10.9
  • The ceremony started late, the invocation by Cardinal Richard Cushing was extremely long, and the eighty-six-year-old poet Robert Frost was so blinded by the sun that he was unable to read the special verses he'd written for the occasion.
    p. 12.1

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