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John Fitzgerald Kennedy, (JFK), 35th President of the United States of America, born May 29, 1917, Brookline, Massachusetts, U.S.A. died November 22, 1963, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A. His brother Robert F. Kennedy was also assassinated as he was ready for the election to take John's place. Robert's son today is Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a lawyer and advocate for optimum health of children regarding the dangers of vaccines and wireless frequency dangers, such as 5G unless they have the Tesla copper coil, which American 5G does

Dwight D. Eisenhower, known as 'Ike', 34th President of the United States of America 1953-1961, born October 14, 1890, Denison, Texas, U.S.A., died March 28, 1969, Washington, D.C.; American general and as supreme commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force, 1943-1945, he launched the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944 and oversaw the final defeat of Germany in 1945, thus ending what's called the Second World War. His presidency was also marked by an end to the Korean War in 1953; one of his quotes; comprised from his Farewell Address, January 17, 1961 after ending his second term as president."We must not fail to comprehend the grave implications by guarding against the acquisition of unwarranted influence by the military/industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists. We must never let the weight of this dangerous combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We must also be alert to the danger that public policy itself becomes the captive of a scientific technological elite."

prefabricate, prefabricated, prefabricating, prefabricates.transitive verbs
to fabricate the parts of something, such as a building, at a factory so that construction consists mainly of assembling and uniting standardized parts; to manufacture a building or section of a building in advance, especially in standard sections that can be easily shipped and assembled
prefabrication.noun,.plural.prefabrications
prefabricator.noun,.plural.prefabricators

predate, predated, predating, predates.transitive verbs
to mark or designate with a date earlier than the actual one (we've predated his birthday for the weekend before he leaves, but his actual birthday is the next weekend Sunday); to precede in time; antedate

paddle.noun,.plural.paddles
a paddle is a short pole with a wide flat part at one end or at both ends; you hold a paddle in your hands and use it as an oar to move a small boat through water; a paddle is a wooden implement having a blade at one end or sometimes at both ends, used without an oarlock to propel a canoe or small boat; any of various implements resembling the paddle of a boat or canoe, such as an iron tool for stirring.molten.ore in a furnace; a similar  tool used for mixing materials in glassmaking; a flattened board used to or a wooden spoon, often called the wooden paddle, used in spanking children when necessary; a light wooden racket used in playing table tennis' a board on a paddle wheel, such as on a paddle wheel boat); the act of paddling
paddle, paddled, paddling, paddles.verbs
intransitive verb use.to paddle a boat; when you paddle a boat, you move it through water using a paddle (one has to learn the skills to use if you're going to paddle a canoe or paddle around the South Pacific in a kayak); to propel a watercraft with paddles or a paddle; to row slowly and gently; to wade and spash about in the water (children paddle to move through water by means of repeated short strokes of the limbs); to dabble about in shallow water; splash.gently with the hands or feet
transitive verb use.to propel a watercraft with paddles or a paddle; if you paddle, you walk or stand in shallow water for pleasure, for example at the edge of the sea (wear sandals when you paddle); to spank with a paddle
paddler.noun,.plural.paddlers

passerine.adjective
of.or.relating.to.birds of the order Passeriformes, which includes perching birds and songbirds such as the jays, blackbirds, finches, warblers and sparrows
passerine.noun,.plural.passerines

parasol.noun,.plural.parasols
a light, usually small umbrella carried as protection from the sun; origin of word is Old Italian 'parasole', from 'parare' meaning 'to protect or shield' + 'sole' meaning 'sun'
parasoled.adjective

parachute.noun,.plural.parachutes
an apparatus used to retard free fall from an aircraft, consisting of a light, usually hemispherical.canopy attached by cords to a harness and worn or stored folded until deployed in descent; a patagium
parachute, parachuted, parachuting, parachutes.verbs
transitive verb use.to drop (supplies or troops, for example) by means of a parachute
intransitive verb use.to descend by means of a parachute
parachutic.adjective
parachutist or parachuter.noun,.plural.parachutists or parachuters

patagium.noun,.plural.patagia
a thin membrane.extending.between the body and a limb to form a wing or winglike extension, as in bats and flying squirrels. a patagium is also called parachute
patagial.adjective

Joseph Pulitzer, 1847-1911. Hungarian born American journalist and newspaper publisher who owned newspapers in St. Louis and New York City and established and endowed the Pulitzer Prizes
Pulitzer Prize.noun,.plural.Pulitzer Prizes
any of several.awards.established by Joseph Pulitzer and conferred.annually for accomplishment in various.fields of American journalism, literature and music

pidgin language.noun,.plural.pidgin languages
if someone is speaking their own language.simply or another language badly and is trying to communicate, you can say that they are speaking, for example, pidgin English or pidgin Italian (the restaurant owner could only speak pidgin English); simplified speech used for communication between people with different languages 
pidginize.transitive verb
pidginization.noun,.plural.pidginizations
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