from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Oswald, Lee Harvey 1939-1963. American alleged assassin of President John F. Kennedy (November 22, 1963). He was shot while under arrest (November 24).
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- proper n. A male given name.
- proper n. A patronymic surname.
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- n. United States assassin of President John F. Kennedy (1939-1963)
Encompassed in the televised killing of Lee Harvey Oswald is the DNA for why I wanted to tell the story contained in the novel Shift.
Older brother, Oswald, is rejected by his father, Walt, and resents his younger brother, Mickey, for stealing the life that should have been his.
With little effort on the part of Rejane, Oswald is completely seduced and degenerates from a kindly rather unassuming misfit into something of
Ferrie returned to New Orleans to find that the FBI and Secret Service had just learned about his library card being found in Oswald's wallet.
The researchers 're-analysis involved new statistical calculations and a modern chemical analysis of bullets from the same batch Oswald is purported to have used.
The book's narrator, Brian Oswald, is a teenager with a chip on his shoulder, a heavy-metal kid turned punk surrounded by a rotating cast of outcasts, a guy that claims to hate almost everything all the while striving to find something and someone to love.
The link holds true even when parental age, income and education are taken into account, and Professor Oswald is certain it is causal.
In any case, his opinion on who stood behind Oswald is not what is most significant about his revelation to Janos.
It ended in Oswald getting down and going to the animal's head, and having it out with him, man to man.
Yet Oswald is just, and he owns that he helped as much as he could in packing the Hamper of the Avenger.
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