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kornbluh (1998) President-elect John F. kennedy was given a copy of the JMARC proposal by Bissell and Allen W. Dulles in Palm Beach, Florida on 18 November, 1960. According to Bissell, kennedy remained impassive throughout the meeting.

Command Control: undisciplined, but impassive.

continued to play in a Sunday-morning football league in south-west London after college and remains an "impassioned Fulham supporter." His impassioned speech is credited with breaking the strike, but the Democratic party leaders may have also put pressure on the Union to end the strike.

Despite an impassioned argument, The Merlin votes to have Molly executed.

Costas believed that The Baseball Network fundamentally corrupted the game and acknowledged that the most impassioned fans in baseball were now prevented from watching many of the playoff games that they wanted to see.

Ralph eventually wooed Ted through an impassioned performance of "Hunka-Hunka Burning Love", performed in front of Ted and his mates while he was drunk at the pub.

Valignano made an impassioned appeal to the Pope, saying that he would forgo all trade as soon as the 12,000 ducats required to meet their annual expenses were forthcoming from another source.

The writer Emile Zola published an impassioned editorial on the injustice, and was himself condemned by the government for libel.

Morality Jane refuses to become Mr Rochester's paramour because of her "impassioned self-respect and moral conviction." Though Webster made an impassioned argument, the political, social, and economic traditions of New England informed his ideas about the threatened nation.

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