American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Bridges, Harry 1901-1990. American labor leader. He organized the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU) and served as its president for 40 years.
- Bridges, Robert Seymour 1844-1930. British poet and essayist who was appointed poet laureate in 1913. He is best known for his philosophical poem The Testament of Beauty (1929).
- n. United States labor leader who organized the longshoremen (1901-1990)
“Though his role too seemed a bit of a reprise of Jeff Bridges from the first film.”
“Bridges is excellent (has he ever given a bad performance?), oscillating between bravado and timidity, and the supporting cast is especially spot-on.”
“Actor Jeff Bridges is like a freshly opened bag of potato chips.”
“Glad Jeff Bridges is finally getting his time in the sun.”
“Jeff Bridges is trying to pass off this personal connection that motivated him to participate in this movie.”
“Bridges is 60 years old now, white-haired and white-bearded and enormously jovial.”
“In both trailers a young Bridges is shown wearing yellow, which argues that he may be a program, possibly a new Clu.”
“Cisneros, together with Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg, leads an informal group that seeks the establishment of a constructive dialogue between the Latin and the Jewish communities of United States, better known by the name of Bridges and Pathways.”
“Fishing Bridges is one of my favorite tactics for smallies.”
“Bridges is just one of those guys who you can't believe hasn't won an Oscar yet.”
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