duple \ DOO-puhl, DYOO- \ , adjective;
- having two parts; double; twofold.
- Music . having two or sometimes a multiple of two beats in a measure: duple meter .
Origin: Duple entered English in the mid-1500s. It comes from the Latin word duplus which meant "double."
- The logic that allows girls who are saving their virginity for marriage to instead have premarital anal intercourse. Typically the boyfriends of such girls will convince them that, if they take it in the ass and don't pop the cherry, they're still pure and virginal.
Guy 1: "I'm bummed because this hot chick I dated is saving herself for marriage."
Guy 2: "Just explain the poophole loophole to her and you'll score for sure."
- Tasmania: southeast Australian island was first seen by Dutchman Abel Tasman, for whom it was later named (1642)
- The Origin of Species: naturalist Charles Darwin published his book explaining evolution (1859)
- Lee Harvey Oswald: JFK assassin was shot to death by Jack Ruby (1963)
- Lucy: Australopithecus skeleton was found in Ethiopia; she was about 3 foot 7 (109 cm.) and 3 million years old (1974)
Freddie Mercury passed away from HIV (1991)
- Bat Masterson 1853
- Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec 1864
- Scott Joplin 1868
- Dale Carnegie 1888
- Garson Kanin 1912
- William F. Buckley, Jr. 1925
- Johnny Carver 1940
- Paul Tagliabue 1940
- Pete Best 1941 - Musician (Beatles), early member of the Beatles
- Donald "Duck" Dunn (Booker T. & the MG's) 1941
- Billy Connolly 1942
- Lee Michaels 1945
- Dwight Schultz 1947
- Stanley Livingston 1950
- Clem Burke (Blondie) 1955
- Terry Lewis (The Time) 1956
- Denise Crosby 1957
- John Squire (The Stone Roses) 1962
- Gary Stonadge (Big Audio) 1962
- Chad Taylor (Live) 1970
- Collin Hanks 1977
- Katherine Heigl 1978