Days of the Week

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Can you name the day of the week that is described below?

Featured Jun 7, 2011

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Dies Martis or ''Day of Mars'' in Latin
Day for national elections in the United States
Day shares a name with a member of ''The Addams Family''
The second day of the calendar week in such countries as the US, Canada, and Japan
Mardi Gras occurs on this day
The Jewish Sabbath begins at sunset on this day
''Manic _____'' (The Bangles)
A large majority of UK football league games are played on this day
Due to a small statistical anomaly in the Gregorian Calendar, the 13th of any month is slightly more likely to fall on this day than any of the other six
Day originally named for the Norse god, Odin
Idiom referring to one who drives slowly or leisurely, as if sightseeing: ''_____ driver''
''Cyber _____'': Online shopping day that follows Thanksgiving weekend (US)
Day called Guruvaar in the Hindu religion; named for Jupiter, the largest of planets
''Sweet _____'' (John Steinbeck novel)
Traditionally, Roman Catholics were to refrain from eating meat (except for fish) on this day
Oliver Stone film ''Any Given _____''
''Maundy _____''; Christian holy day marking the Last Supper
Day named for the planet Saturn
1940 screwball comedy ''His Girl _____''
Day named for the Old Norse god Thor, or Thunor, in most Germanic languages
In the US, Martin Luther King Day falls on this day in the third week of January
''_____'s Child'' (song by both The Chameleons and David Bowie)
Day of the September 11th attacks
''_____ Bloody _____'' (U2 song)
''_____ Night Live''
Sometimes referred to as ''hump day'' in American English slang
Official day of rest in Israel, and only day in New Zealand on which elections can be held
''Ruby _____'' (Rolling Stones)
Dies Mercurii or ''Day of Mercury'' in Latin
''Ash _____''; occurs 46 days before Easter
Rebecca Black song or Ice Cube film
Comic cat Garfield's most hated day
Super Bowl _____
The first day of the week on traditional Hebrew, Christian, and Islamic calendars
Called ''Lördag'' (Bath Day) in Scandinavian countries, from the Viking practice of bathing on this day

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