Couple ( ) may refer to:

  • Two to five items of a type.
    • Two, Three, Four, Five members of a band.
  • Couple (mechanics), a system of forces with a resultant moment but no resultant force
  • Thermocouple, a type of temperature sensor

Other articles related to "couple":

... Sahib of the meaning of marriage to a Sikh couple "They are not said to be husband and wife who merely sit together ... soul in two bodies." The four laava give the Sikh couple spiritual guidance for their life ahead ... The Guru tells of the four spiritual stages of married life and how the couple as a team have to first begin by following the path of righteousness and sinless-ness ...
David Mills (lawyer) - Early and Personal Life
... In 2009, the couple owned houses in Kentish Town in north London and in Warwickshire ... had been given £340,000 for his work for Silvio Berlusconi, the couple "agreed to a period of separation" ... Mills and Jowell "appear, to all intents and purposes, very much a married couple." ...
Puerto Muerto
... Puerto Muerto is an indie rock band composed of formerly married couple Tim Kelley and Christa Meyer ... The couple broke up while in the process of writing and recording "Drumming for Pistols", released in February 2010 ... partly because it is emotionally grounded in the couple's demise ...
A Place In The Sun (TV Series)
... Generally, each episode of the programme shows a British couple wishing to buy a property in a sunny foreign country are shown three or four places found ... The presenter gives the couple useful local information relating to buying, running and maintaining a property in this particular location ... After viewing each property the couple are asked for their opinions ...

Famous quotes containing the word couple:

    ... you can have a couple of seconds to rest in. I mean seconds. You have about two seconds to wait while the blanker is on the felt drawing the moisture out. You can stand and relax those two seconds—three seconds at most. You wish you didn’t have to work in a factory. When it’s all you know what to do, that’s what you do.
    Grace Clements, U.S. factory worker. As quoted in Working, book 5, by Studs Terkel (1973)

    Said an ape as he swung by his tail
    To his offspring both female and male,
    “From your children, my dears,
    In a couple of years
    May evolve a professor at Yale.”

    I knew a gentleman who was so good a manager of his time that he would not even lose that small portion of it which the calls of nature obliged him to pass in the necessary-house, but gradually went through all the Latin poets in those moments. He bought, for example, a common edition of Horace, of which he tore off gradually a couple of pages, read them first, and then sent them down as a sacrifice to Cloacina: this was so much time fairly gained.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)