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Deep into night, memories carry throngs to wake
Boston Globe - Boston, Mass.
Subjects: Senators; Rites & ceremonies; Funerals
Author: Ebbert, Stephanie||||||Filipov, David
Date: Aug 28, 2009
Start Page: B.1
Section: Metro
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The first time was after his high school glee club had performed for the senator; the second time, Kennedy happened to walk up while Adams was standing on a Cambridge street, a veteran traumatized by his combat memories and addicted to alcohol and drugs. Earlier in the afternoon, a giant tanker steamed past Long Island slowly out to sea, followed by a schooner under full sail, then the crisp white triangles of sailboats knifing through the steady breeze.

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