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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-07 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-02).
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2007 March 7, Wendy Knight, “A Waterfront That Has Left Its Wasteland Days Behind”, New York Times:add
- There are about 20 hotels in nearby South Burlington and a total of 3,000 rooms countywide.
2007 March 7, Andrew Pollack, “To Settle Suit, Maker Agrees to Withdraw Growth Drug”, New York Times:add
- The settlement will resolve all litigation between Tercica and Insmed , two small biotechnology companies that sell competing drugs to treat an extremely rare condition, a deficiency of a hormone called insulinlike growth factor-1.
2007 March 7, Ben Shpigel, “Mets Rookie Uses All the Angles to Disguise Pitches”, New York Times:add
- He also dazzled coaches and teammates during the team’s second intrasquad game, when he set up Lastings Milledge with two sinkers before he finished him off with that slider.
2007 March 7, Florence Fabricant, “Japan’s Noodle of the Moment, From a Master”, New York Times:add
- At Willie’s Dawgs, 351 Fifth Avenue (Fourth Street), in Park Slope, Brooklyn, Ms. Lutter and Mr. Anderson cook high-quality beef hot dogs and tuck them into outstanding house-baked challah, rye or multigrain rolls, adding assorted toppings ($3 to $4).
2007 March 7, Jeffrey Gettleman, “The Other Somalia: An Island of Stability in a Sea of Armed Chaos”, New York Times:add
- That is partly why, many Somalia analysts say, warlords were able to outmuscle clan elders and dominate Mogadishu in the vacuum that formed after the central government fell.
2007 March 7, Patrick Mcgeehan, “Jerry Orbach Was a Marquee Name, but a Street Sign’s Another Story”, New York Times:add
- (These renamings, which the Council calls co-namings, are symbolic and do not affect the actual names of city streets.)
2007 March 7, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:add
- ANTHOS Michael Psilakis and Donatella Arpaia have opened this high-end Greek restaurant where Mr. Psilakis seasons raw fish with fennel and ouzo; deconstructs skordalia, a garlicky dip, and turns it into a velvety soup; and cuts the richness of pork belly with an egg-and-lemon avgolemono sauce.
2007 March 7, Peter Meehan, “The Big Apple May Never Be Known as the Big Sparerib, but It’s Smokin’”, New York Times:add
- It was a perverse amount of meat — enough to slay a tableful of hungry eaters and send everyone home with a to-go pack of smoky ’cue — and even with gas money figured in it was wildly cheaper than anything in the city.