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Good Friday

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology, Christianity
Good FridayˌGood ˈFriday noun [countable, uncountable]  TMCRRCthe Friday before the Christian holiday of Easter, that Christians remember as the day Jesus Christ was crucified
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Good FridayThe cross on Good Friday in particular reminds us of death, of horror, torture and execution.A move on Good Friday was unthinkable.In the event, Mr Smyth's stand against the Good Friday agreement won the support of 43 %.A staunch supporter of the Good Friday agreement, he is the first victim of the Troubles since July.They can return home and apply for early release under terms similar to the Good Friday agreement.The Good Friday agreement was equivocal on decommissioning of paramilitary weapons.He was alone in the school playground whilst the other children were at their Good Friday assembly.There can be no Easter without Good Friday. 2.
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