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used in Killing Kennedy

14 uses
  • Secret Service special agent Clint Hill knows precisely what the First Lady is doing.
    p. 271.1
  • Almost every afternoon, at precisely 1:00 P.M., he slips into the indoor pool—always heated to a therapeutic ninety degrees—located between the White House and the West Wing.
    p. 33.1
  • Lyndon Johnson knows precisely what his predecessors meant.
    p. 55.5
  • She makes a point to keep Kenny O'Donnell aware of the precise time she plans to leave for and return from any trip outside the White House, just to make sure she doesn't stumble upon the president in flagrante delicto with a consort.
    p. 67.7
  • Finnerty coached her to speak matter-of-factly and use precise descriptions of what she wanted and of how she might also be able to enhance the president's enjoyment.
    p. 68.8
  • As the president listened in amazement, his usually shy and sexually inhibited wife told him precisely what she wanted from him in bed.
    p. 68.9
  • Kennedy can be impulsive in some aspects of his life, but he is precise and cautious when it comes to preparing for an election.
    p. 180.1
  • John Fitzgerald Kennedy has precisely five months.
    p. 181.4
  • But all of this protection can be circumvented once a gunman knows the precise motorcade route.
    p. 244.1
  • Thus, once Secret Service special agents Sorrels and Lawson choose the president's path on November 18, and then release that information to the public, anyone who wants to harm the president can begin planning the precise place and time of the attack.
    p. 244.6
  • Oswald need look no farther than the nearest window to see precisely where President Kennedy's limousine will make a slow right turn from Main Street onto Houston, then an even slower left-hand turn onto Elm, where it will pass almost directly below the windows of the depository.
    p. 248.3
  • The president's valet rouses him at precisely 7:30 A.M. A crowd is already gathering in the parking lot eight floors below, waiting to hear Kennedy speak to them from the back of a flatbed truck.
    p. 253.2
  • This is precisely what happened to Governor Connally.
    p. 267.7
  • Which is precisely what it's doing now.
    p. 271.8

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