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Common year starting on Thursday

This is the calendar for any common year starting on Thursday, January 1 (dominical letter D). Examples: Gregorian years 1981, 1987, 1998, 2009, 2015, 2026 and 2037 or Julian year 1915 (see bottom tables).

This is the only common year with three occurrences of Friday the 13th (leap years starting on Sundays share this characteristic); February, March and November.

A common year is a year with 365 days, i.e. not a leap year.

This kind of year has 53 weeks in the ISO 8601 week - day format.

Millennium Century Gregorian Year
2nd Millennium: 19th century: 1801 1807 1818 1829 1835 1846 1857 1863 1874 1885 1891
2nd Millennium: 20th century: 1903 1914 1925 1931 1942 1953 1959 1970 1981 1987 1998
3rd Millennium: 21st century: 2009 2015 2026 2037 2043 2054 2065 2071 2082 2093 2099
3rd Millennium: 22nd century: 2105 2111 2122 2133 2139 2150 2161 2167 2178 2189 2195
Millennium Century Julian Year[1]
2nd Millennium: 19th century: 1803 1814 1825 1831 1842 1853 1859 1870 1881 1887 1898
2nd Millennium: 20th century: 1909 1915 1926 1937 1943 1954 1965 1971 1982 1993 1999
3rd Millennium: 21st century: 2010 2021 2027 2038 2049 2055 2066 2077 2083 2094
3rd Millennium: 22nd century: 2105 2111 2122 2133 2139 2150 2161 2167 2178 2189 2195

References

  1. ^ "Calendar in year 1803 (Russia)" (Julian calendar, starting Tuesday), webpage: Julian-1803 (Romania used Julian in 1919, when Russia adopted Gregorian).
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