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however
used in Killing Kennedy

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However, complications may...
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though (or another expression that connects contrasting ideas)

(Based on idea 1 we might not expect idea 2, but this is a way of saying that even though idea 1 exists, we still have idea 2.  Synonyms include in spite of that, , nevertheless, nonetheless, on the other hand, in contrastand but.)
  • However, his campaign floundered badly, and he was forced to drop out after securing just one delegate.
    p. 299.8
  • However, before you proceed further, please know that this is a fact-based book and some of what you will read has never before been publicly stated.
    p. 3.2
  • For some on the White House staff, however, the scene is almost surreal.
    p. 36.5
  • The Soviets, however, were unsure of the intelligence and didn't pass along the news to Castro.
    p. 50.5
  • The greatest insult, however, isn't that Johnson has lost his political pull in Washington, it's that he has lost almost all his clout in his home state of Texas.
    p. 55.8
  • For now, however, Johnson possesses that rare privilege of entering the Oval Office through the Rose Garden door.
    p. 56.1
  • However, the U.S. Navy pilots are not to attack ground targets or actively seek out air-to-air combat—yet another sign that JFK has lost his nerve.
    p. 58.3
  • Six months later, however, it is CIA director Allen Dulles who is fired.
    p. 59.8
  • However, despite outward acceptance, deep inside Jackie takes it very personally.
    p. 67.5
  • Even in the midst of her pain, however, the First Lady is practical.
    p. 67.6
  • Not when Jackie was there, however.
    p. 75.9
  • Bobby's true surprise about Sinatra, however, is not that the singer is connected with the Mafia.
    p. 78.4
  • A close look at his smooth face, however, reveals that he is still very much a child.
    p. 93.5
  • Hoover, however, does take an interest in Reverend King—but only because of the widespread belief within the FBI that the civil rights movement is part of a larger Communist plot against America.
    p. 99.4
  • However, now, as he begins his response to Kennedy's speech, the Soviet dictator turns crafty and chooses his words carefully.
    p. 120.9
  • However, their plans went awry when Bobby was tipped off by anonymous sources that Marilyn Monroe had unexpectedly died.
    p. 147.1
  • There was also, however, the issue of Marilyn's phone records.
    p. 147.3
  • There is no question, however, that Monroe's going public could have been enough to sink a presidential campaign.
    p. 148.2
  • Integration, however, is not just a matter of doing the right thing.
    p. 178.8
  • However, he doesn't rattle easily.
    p. 180.7
  • However, there are grave concerns about that breath.
    p. 195.0
  • However, four of them—Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, and Denise McNair—do not.
    p. 205.7
  • However, Jackie will soon break her self-imposed seclusion.
    p. 209.7
  • Perhaps worst of all, however, Aristotle Onassis is a known philanderer.
    p. 218.5
  • Special Agent James Hosty Jr., however, does not provide that name, and it is not that of Lee Harvey Oswald.
    p. 234.4
  • However, JFK does not like the the agents to stand on the running boards because this blocks the crowd's view of him, so they often ride one car behind.
    p. 243.9
  • He is, however, bitter that a man such as John Kennedy has so many advantages in life.
    p. 248.7
  • Marina, however, doesn't seem to want him back.
    p. 252.3
  • However, Curry has chosen not to position any men in the vicinity of Dealey Plaza, thinking that the main crowd-control issues will take place prior to that destination.
    p. 259.8
  • However, Vietnam was an inherited headache that proved to be his undoing.
    p. 296.9
  • However, like his brother, Bobby Kennedy was assassinated by a disturbed lone gunman, Sirhan Sirhan, who shot Bobby in a Los Angeles hotel just moments after he had claimed victory in the California primary.
    p. 297.5
  • The museum's owners, however, balked at buying Oswald's original pine casket, which was replaced after his body was exhumed in 1981, saying it was too macabre.
    p. 298.1
  • The legendary actress, however, was fond of taking long walks through the streets of New York, most often wearing a pair of oversize sunglasses—a habit that her admirer, Jackie Kennedy, would also assume.
    p. 301.7

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  • Even that little bit of passion, however misguided, is better than the cold side of his character that she finds so frustrating.
    p. 103.9

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