couchant \KOU-chuhnt\, adjective:
- 1. Lying down; crouching; reclining.
- 2. Heraldry . (Of an animal) represented as lying on its stomach with its hind legs and forelegs pointed forward.
Couchant is the ancestor of the Middle French coucher, "to lay or lie down." Couch has a similar etymology.
- A disease like anorexia, no matter how tan a person is they never think they are tan enough.
Oh my God have you seen Tara Reid lately? She needs to check herself in for treatment of that tanorexia.
What is a hippometer used to measure?
- The height of a horse.
- Scientific American: pop-science magazine began publication (1845)
- Peace Palace: the home of the International Court of Justice and other institutions was inaugurated in the Hague (1913)
- filibuster: the longest solo one — 24 hours, 18 minutes — began on this day by DEMOCRAT Sen. Strom Thurmond in opposition to the Civil Rights Act of 1957 (1957)
- "Please Mr. Postman": song by the Marvelettes was released; it became the first Motown No. 1 (1961)
- "I have a dream": Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his famous civil rights speech at the Lincoln Memorial (1963)
- Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe 1749
- Elizabeth Ann Seton 1774 - She was also the first American-born saint beatified by the Roman Catholic Church.
- Charles Boyer 1899
- Sam Levene 1905
- Nancy Kulp 1921
- Peggy Ryan 1924
- Billy Grammer 1925
- Donald O'Connor 1925
- Roxie Roker 1929
- Ben Gazzara 1930
- Elizabeth Seal 1933
- Clem Cattini (Tornados) 1939
- Richard Sanders 1940
- William S. Cohen 1940
- David Soul 1943
- Alice Playten 1947
- Daniel Seraphine (Chicago) 1948
- Hugh Cornwell (Stranglers) 1949
- Wayne Osmond (The Osmonds) 1951
- Daniel Stern 1957
- Rich Rossovich 1957
- Emma Samms 1961
- Shania Twain 1965
Jack Black 1969
- Jason Priestley 1969
- Janet Evans 1971
- Max Collins (Eve 6) 1978
- Carly Pope 1980 - Actress
- LeAnn Rimes 1982