[fit-sim-uh nz, fits-]
- JamesSunny Jim, 1874–1966, U.S. racehorse trainer.
- Robert Prometheus1862–1917, English boxer: world heavyweight champion 1897–99.
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After 20 minutes of no movement, Fitzsimmons covers her in blankets and tucks her in on all sides.
Gathering supplies, Fitzsimmons grabs me and the other women, people from the “village” who have come to help heal Grace.
"Dr. Fitzsimmons gives Beulah another three months at the most," he said.Watch the Sky
James H. Schmitz
Some pictures of Fitzsimmons, Jeffries, and Sharkey also adorned the walls.A California Girl
An hour later Fitzsimmons found Woodman sitting in his office.
"He passed his entrance exams among the first ten," Fitzsimmons repeated.
Fitzsimmons, the trainer, looked at him with warm admiration.
- Bob . 1862–1917, New Zealand boxer, born in England: world middleweight (1891–97), heavyweight (1897–99), and light-heavyweight (1903–05) champion
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