William Henry. See Talbot
[foks-trot] /ˈfɒksˌtrɒt/ noun 1. a word used in communications to represent the letter F. [foks-trot] /ˈfɒksˌtrɒt/ verb (used without object), fox-trotted, fox-trotting. 1. to dance a fox trot. /ˈfɒksˌtrɒt/ noun 1. a ballroom dance in quadruple time, combining short and long steps in various sequences verb -trots, -trotting, -trotted 2. (intransitive) to perform this dance […]
noun 1. either of two English breeds of small terriers having either a long, wiry coat or a short, flat coat, formerly used for driving foxes from their holes. noun 1. either of two breeds of small terrier, the wire-haired and the smooth, having a white coat with markings of black or tan or both
[foks-trot] /ˈfɒksˌtrɒt/ verb (used without object), fox-trotted, fox-trotting. 1. to dance a fox trot. noun 1. a social dance, in quadruple meter, performed by couples, characterized by various combinations of slow and quick steps. 2. a pace, as of a horse, consisting of a series of short steps, as in slackening from a trot to […]
[foks] /fɒks/ noun 1. James Emory (“Jimmie”; “Double X”; “The Beast”) 1907–67, U.S. baseball player.