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  • n. Plural form of Friday.
  • adv. Every Friday.


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  • Record picking NFL games vs. the widespread (in Fridays Daily News): 56-46-1

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • The push to drop a day, usually Fridays, is rippling primarily through two-year colleges serving rural areas, where many students drive long distances and public transportation is harder to come by.

    The Kept-Up Academic Librarian:

  • "Casual Fridays" is really based on one deeply objectionable premise -- that there's nothing particularly special about what we're doing here.

    Everything's got a moral, if only you can find it

  • Credo: The purpose of Fantastic Fast Food Fridays is to get together for lunch at the end of the week and have fun going somewhere different.

    Office Lunch Club: Fantastic Fast Food Fridays | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • NYT: TGI Fridays is taking an admirable new tack: smaller, healthier portions.

    Waldo Jaquith - TGI Fridays moving to smaller portions.

  • It occurred to me that since most of the data entry I've been doing on Fridays is connected to the Time Dollar Store, it didn't make sense for me to come in until July 14th.

    news and oddities

  • The purpose of releasing announcements at the last minute on Fridays is so that any articles written about it in MSM newspapers will not make it to the front page of the Saturday news papers — which are already set-up (Saturday being the one day of the week that newspapers are LEAST read).

    Think Progress » Watch out Rove.

  • Of course, like many children, she's interested in policemen, and the subject of doughnuts comes up often enough (Doughnut Fridays is pretty much the only part of my job she understands).

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • So my role in the blogging tradition of posting pictures of your cats on Fridays is to post pictures of my orchids.


  • I shall write truth & only truth. have you seen in Fridays Telegraph a letter to Canning signed Harrington? twas the specimen of my prose.

    Letter 124


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