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The answer FOYS has 6 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of foys in various dictionaries:
noun - a farewell feast or gift
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Vaudevillian family of note|
|Noted vaudeville family|
|Title characters in a film starring 49-Across|
|Bob Hope film, "The Seven Little ___"|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Feb 28 2015 Eugene Sheffer - King Feature Syndicate|
|Aug 16 2009 L.A. Times Magazine|
|Mar 7 2009 Eugene Sheffer - King Feature Syndicate|
|May 29 2003 Universal|
|Mar 19 2003 New York Times|
|May 22 1999 New York Times|
|Foys might refer to|
|Foy & Gibson (also known as Foy's) was one of Australia's earliest department store chains, modelled on Le Bon Marché in Paris and other European and American Stores of the period. A large range of goods were manufactured and sold by the company including clothing, manchester, leather goods, soft furnishings, furniture, hardware and food.The first store was established as a drapery in Smith Street, Collingwood, Victoria by Mark Foy. Ownership of this business was transferred to his son Francis Foy in partnership with Willam Gibson in March 1883. Francis Foy later sold his half share of the business to Gibson and moved to Sydney, establishing Mark Foy's there.Gibson established a branch of the business in Perth in 1895, and subsequently opened a store in Brisbane in 1903 and another in Rundle Street, Adelaide in 1907.In 1955, the company was bought out by Cox Brothers and in 1964, Foy & Gibson (WA) Ltd, including ten stores in Western Australia, was sold to David Jones. The Bourke Stree|