American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Foxx, James Emory Known as "Jimmy.” 1907-1967. American baseball player. In 20 seasons, mainly with the Philadelphia Athletics (1925-1935) and the Boston Red Sox (1936-1941), he hit 30 or more home runs and drove in 100 or more runs 12 years in a row. He was the American League's most valuable player three times.
“(17 Again) 24 - Looking for critical acclaim, Jamie Foxx is either 4 months late or 7 months early, depending on your perspective.”
“I'm fine with black actors portraying "white roles" but Jamie Foxx is wrong for this role.”
“Getty Images THE PERFORMER: Jamie Foxx is a singer, stand-up comedian and Oscar-winning actor.”
“Jamie Foxx is a reporter who hates the day sent out to gather fluff coverage about the holiday.”
“Virginia (The Troll) Foxx is probably one of the most despised members of Congress.”
“Notes: Foxx is in Philadelphia shooting the movie ` ` Law Abiding Citizen. '' ... 76ers guard Andre Miller said he planned to attend President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration on Tuesday. ...”
“I had thought that Wesley Snipes was pushing a Black Panther film, the adaptation of the comic book character, and yet rumour has it that Jamie Foxx is pushing LL Cool J for the film.”
“» Jamie Foxx is Getting Animated with 'Welcome to the Jungle”
“8: 45 - Jamie Foxx is here with Jennifer Garner to promote their new movie The Kingdom, and sing some of those songs from Ray, if anyone will let him.”
“Now Jamie Foxx is apparently the co-star, news which first cropped up on Ward’s Twitter feed.”
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