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    Fifth day of the week by International Standard ISO 8601
    In English, named for the Anglo-Saxon goddess Frige
    Associated with the planet Venus
    Associated with the astrological signs Taurus and Libra
    Although the fifth day of the week in Europe, it is considered the sixth day in the US.
    Jesus was crucified on a Friday.
    According to sailing superstition, it is unlucky to begin a voyage on a Friday.
    Superstitious people consider Friday the 13th particularly unlucky.
    On the Gregorian calendar, the 13th of any month is 0.3% more likely to fall on Friday than any of the other six days.
    Catholics were formerly required to avoid eating meat on Fridays.
    It is usually the end of the work week.
    Many offices relax their dress codes for 'Casual Friday.'
    The day after Thanksgiving is known as 'Black Friday,' since it starts the Christmas shopping season when many retailers make their yearly profits and end up 'in the black.'
    The Jewish sabbath begins at sunset on Friday.
    In Islam, Friday is a day for public prayers; a person who attends is said to have his sins since the previous Friday forgiven.
    Meatless Fridays popularized Friday night fish fries and the Filet-O-Fish sandwich.

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