Double

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Double may refer to:

People[edit]

  • Baron Emile Double (1869–1938), vigneron who established the vineyard at Château de Beaupré
  • François-Joseph Double (1776–1842), French physician
  • Marie-Louise Double de Saint-Lambert (1891–1974), French philanthropist later known as Countess Lily Pastré
  • Steve Double (born 1966), British Conservative Party politician, Member of Parliament (MP) for St Austell and Newquay since 2015

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Food and drink[edit]

  • Doubles (food), a sandwich that is a common street food in Trinidad and Tobago
  • Doppio, a double shot of espresso
  • Dubbel, a strong Belgian Trappist beer or, more generally, a strong brown ale
  • A drink order of two shots of hard liquor in one glass
  • A "double decker", a hamburger with two patties in a single bun

Sports[edit]

  • Double (association football), the act of a winning a division and primary cup competition in the same season
  • Double (baseball), a two-base hit in baseball
  • Double (cricket), the feat of scoring a thousand first-class runs and taking a hundred first-class wickets in a single season
  • Double (volleyball), scoring ten or more in a statistical category (aces, kills, blocks, digs, or assists) in a single match
  • Double-double (basketball), accumulating ten or more in two of five statistical categories (points, rebounds, assists, steals, or blocks) in a single game
  • Double Duty, a driver attempting to compete in the Indycar Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 on the same day
  • The Double (Gaelic games), the act of winning the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship and the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship in the same year
  • The Double (rugby league), winning the Super League and Challenge Cup in one season

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