- Lee Harvey Oswald is bound to show up sooner or later.p. 233.4
- Two days later they board the SS Maasdam, bound for America, where they stay belowdecks most of the journey.p. 87.1
- Whipping off his sunglasses to make eye contact, Johnson bounds over to the startled kids and tells them about the power of the American dream.p. 91.9
- On that same trip, he is warned that patting people on the head is considered an offense in Thai culture—whereupon he immediately bounds onto a local bus and rubs his very large hands on the heads of its passengers.p. 92.9
- The U.S. Navy soon boards a freighter bound for Cuba.p. 124.8
- Dressed in casual slacks and a zippered jacket, Oswald rides Continental Trailways bus 5121 bound for Houston.p. 212.8
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