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does "adjusted the picture"mean "he is adjusting the TV for him?" As they alighted Youngblood shouted, "Everybody run up the steps." Everybody did, and as Lady Bird entered the plane's rear door for the first time she heard Walter Cronkite's reedy voice coming from the stateroom, commenting on Kilduff's statement: ". . . Lyndon B. Johnson, now President of the United States . . ." Although the volume was turned up, it was hard to hear him; in every compartment crew officers, stewards, and secretaries were weeping. Johnson headed for the television set, and Joe Ayres, his rotund face streaming, adjusted the picture for him.
Jun 11, 2013 2:08 PM
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Yes, he adjusted the TV set so the picture was clearer.
June 11, 2013
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