Definitions

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  • adverb As soon as I can.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • ASAIC Kellerman checked to make sure the follow-up car was ready to go and pushed the button on his radio.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • ASAIC Roberts was waiting to brief Skiles and Blaine when they arrived at the Kennedy estate the next morning.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • ATSAIC Emory Roberts and ASAIC Roy Kellerman seemed to appear out of nowhere and were suddenly inches from President Kennedy.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • ASAIC Roy Kellerman was sitting in the front passenger seat of the presidential limo, directly in front of Governor Connally.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • SAIC Jerry Behn and ASAIC Floyd Boring immediately flanked Johnson as supplemental agents from Secret Service headquarters and the Washington Field Office spread a wide shield around him.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • The agents in the presidential limo—driver Bill Greer and ASAIC Roy Kellerman—responded completely differently.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • ASAIC Roy Kellerman held the radio to his mouth and said, “Proceeding, Halfback.”

    The Kennedy Detail

  • Floyd Boring and JFK; ASAIC Boring had been in the Secret Service since Franklin Delano Roosevelt was president and was highly respected by all the agents, as well as by JFK.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • “Well, you know what that means,” ASAIC Kellerman replied.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • As Bill Greer slowed down to a complete stop directly in front of the sign, ASAIC Roy Kellerman opened the front right door and jumped out, standing firmly next to the president with his legs spread and his arms ready to fend off anybody who pulled a weapon or tried to jump into the car.

    The Kennedy Detail

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