malleable \MAL-ee-uh-buhl\, adjective:
- Capable of being extended or shaped by beating with a hammer, or by the pressure of rollers; -- applied to metals.
- Capable of being altered or controlled by outside forces; easily influenced.
- Capable of adjusting to changing circumstances; adaptable.
Malleable comes from Medieval Latin malleabilis, from malleare, "to hammer," from Latin malleus, "hammer."
- An unintentional beard started over the 4 day Thanksgiving weekend, where you're too lazy to shave it off Monday morning. Usually continues until Christmas or New Year's Day.Also known as a Holiday Beard
Employee: Sir, that's my Thanksgiving beard. It's my way of honoring our forefathers.
Boss: Oh, I didn't realize that. Maybe I'll grow one too.
- South Pole: was flown over for the first time by American explorer Richard E. Byrd and three others (1929)
- Palestine: the UN voted to divide the region between Jews and Arabs (1947)
- "I Want to Hold Your Hand": The Beatles released their first No. 1 hit in Great Britain (1963)
- Warren Commission: was established by US president Lyndon Johnson to investigate JFK's assassination (1963)
- Pong: Atari announced the release of the early video game (1972)
- Vin Scully 1927
- Diane Ladd 1932
- John Mayall (Bluesbreakers) 1933
- Meco Monardo 1939
- Peter Bergman 1939
- Chuck Mangione 1940
- Garry Shandling 1949
- Barry Goudreau (Boston) 1951
- Jeff Fahey 1952 - Actor ("Lost")
- Joel Coen 1954
- Howie Mandel 1955
- Cathy Moriarty 1960
- Andrew McCarthy 1962
- Kim Delaney 1964
- Martin Carr (Boo Radleys) 1968
- Jonathan Knight (New Kids on the Block) 1968
- Howard K. Stern 1968
- Gena Lee Nolin 1971
- Anna Faris 1977
- Krystal Steal (t3h pr0n) 1985