As far as the old performers go, we haven't [identified them], but we have a couple of leads.
In a couple of hours, the actors will show up on set in New York expecting script revisions.
The game happened yesterday when the couple were at Drumchapel Table Tennis Club in Scotland.
Only it turns out that couple was just a means to an end—at least for Littlefinger.
“A couple of times she has made me cry,” says Pari Moayer, a school nurse with bright eyes and a kind and soothing demeanor.
"Just do without it for a couple of years and see for yourself," Charley rejoined.
Pen interrupted nervously: "A couple of men are coming up the trail."
The greatest danger is that a couple of crooks may rob me and then pitch me overboard.
They found a couple of civilizations in stasis and another that was about to go that way.
As he passed, within a couple of feet of where I was concealed, I was able to confirm my belief.
late 13c., from Old French cople "married couple, lovers" (12c., Modern French couple), from Latin copula "tie, connection," from PIE *ko-ap-, from *ko(m)- "together" + *ap- "to take, reach." Meaning broadened mid-14c. to "any two things."
c.1200, from Old French copler, from cople (see couple (n.)). Related: Coupled; coupling.