American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Sports A contest consisting of three games or events in a row.
“I'm just here for my stamina with a triple-header.”
“In London's opera houses, Antonio Pappano conducts the Royal Opera's triple-header Puccini, "Il Trittico" (Sept. 12-27), in a new production; while at the Linbury Studio of the ROH, Kafka's novella "Metamorphosis" is translated as a dance piece directed by Arthur Pita (Sept. 19-24).”
“Many notable shows are missing from the list while several series that aren't so notable are on there -- there's no need for the Trek triple-header, for example.”
“Today's triple-header starts off with BYU and UTEP (both 6-6) in the New Mexico Bowl, followed by Northern Illinois-Fresno State (Humanitarian) and Ohio-Troy (New Orleans).”
“Wine, food and my wife …. three of my favorite things, a gluttony triple-header!”
“As it's Friday, and with the elections coming next week, here's a poll triple-header (after the jump) for CoffeeHousers.”
“And what a great triple-header that was on Tuesday, three generous spirits at the top of their form - a rare pleasure.”
“In fact, "Ambush in Waco" is merely the opening act of yet another triple-header horror show.”
“Today's triple-header with the Sparkly Paddle of Birthday Wonderfulness is for fetishpunk, camies, and thefourthvine.”
“Our next issue is now at the printer and it's, of all things, a Tim Lucas triple-header.”
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