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Kennedy US English

The name of a US family of Democratic politicians, including:

Kennedy, Anthony US English

(1935-) US Supreme Court associate justice 1988- ; full name Anthony McLeod Kennedy. Appointed to the Court by President Reagan, he has been noted as a swing vote, but his stance is generally conservative

Kennedy, Joseph US English

(1888–1969) US businessman and diplomat; full name Joseph Patrick Kennedy; father of John Fitzgerald, Robert Francis, and Edward Moore Kennedy. He made his fortune in banking, the stock market, shipbuilding, and movies

Kennedy, William US English

(1928-) US writer; full name William Joseph Kennedy. His novels include Ironweed (1983), Quinn’s Book (1988), Very Old Bones (1992), and Roscoe (2002)

Kennedy, Cape US English

Former name (1963–73) for Canaveral, Cape.

Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy US English

(1929–94), US first lady (1961–63); known as Jackie O; born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier. She worked as a photographer before she married John F. Kennedy in 1953. After he was assassinated, she married Aristotle Onassis in 1968 and, after his death, pursued a career in publishing

Anthony McLeod Kennedy in Kennedy, Anthony US English

(1935-) US Supreme Court associate justice 1988- ; full name Anthony McLeod Kennedy. Appointed to the Court by President Reagan, he has been noted as a swing vote, but his stance is generally conservative

Joseph Patrick Kennedy in Kennedy, Joseph US English

(1888–1969) US businessman and diplomat; full name Joseph Patrick Kennedy; father of John Fitzgerald, Robert Francis, and Edward Moore Kennedy. He made his fortune in banking, the stock market, shipbuilding, and movies

William Joseph Kennedy in Kennedy, William US English

(1928-) US writer; full name William Joseph Kennedy. His novels include Ironweed (1983), Quinn’s Book (1988), Very Old Bones (1992), and Roscoe (2002)

Edward Kennedy Ellington in Ellington, Duke US English

(1899–1974), US jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader; born Edward Kennedy Ellington. Coming to fame in the early 1930s, he wrote over 900 compositions, including Mood Indigo (1930), and was one of the first popular musicians to write extended pieces

Kennedy New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

John F(itzgerald) (1917–63), 35th president of the US 1961–3

Kennedy, Cape New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

name for Canaveral, Cape 1963–73

Edward Kennedy Ellington in Ellington New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, Duke (1899–1974), American jazz pianist and bandleader; born Edward Kennedy Ellington

a book on architecture/Kennedy in on English-Spanish

un libro de arquitectura/sobre Kennedy


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