Fox Sports’ newest edition of the role model dictionary has a special feature on role models that feature a woman, which is the first time this has ever been done.

This week, Fox Sports revealed the names of some of the hottest women on the planet for the role of role model, with the likes of Angelina Jolie and Rihanna the names to note.

Angelina Jolies name on the dictionary for role models article Angelina has a name on Fox Sports, but it’s not the one we’ve come to know and love.

Instead, it’s a different one, and one that doesn’t really have a place on the official Fox Sports dictionary.

Instead it has a different name on her profile, Angelina Jolie, and that name is not Angelina.

This is not a bad thing, of course.

For some people, Angelinas name has always meant something different than the name they actually know.

But for the most part, Angelines name is just the name of a woman.

It’s the same name that’s been used for decades to identify the same woman in all kinds of situations.

But in an era when we’re so accustomed to women being the only role models for boys, it doesn’t make sense to stick to a name like Angelina’s.

It might have something to do with her age, the fact that she was a model, and her popularity.

Maybe the name means something different to a guy who doesn’t know Angelina than to someone who knows Angelina and can relate to her story.

Or maybe, just maybe, it comes from a song by a woman that has a song about her.

It could also be because she’s a model.

We don’t know.

Regardless, it would make sense for a dictionary to include a name in place of Angelines, so you don’t have to use her when the topic of role models is in the news.

We’ll have to see what the official dictionary will do with this in the future, but at least it’s an option.

You can learn more about the roles in this week’s edition of The Role Model Dictionary by clicking here .

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