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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-02 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-04).
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2007 July 2, James C. Mckinley Jr., “A Year Later, a Mexican Leftist’s Tone Is Subdued”, New York Times:add
- The rally in the capital’s central square was widely seen here as an attempt by Mr. López Obrador to reinvigorate his flagging antiestablishment movement and as a test of his political strength.
- earthling *
2007 July 2, Jennifer Dunning, “Flounce and Strut, but Don’t Make Me Over”, New York Times:add
- Those dancers include the delectable Banu Ogan, who should never be allowed off the stage, as well as the spunky Jean Freebury, a poignant earthling named Eric Bounds, and a mysterious beauty named Makram Hamdan, in a cast completed by Katherine Nauman and A. Apostol.
2007 July 2, Douglas Martin, “Jay Monroe, 80, Engineer Who Invented Tensor Lamp, Dies”, New York Times:add
- Jay Monroe, an engineer whose wife’s discontent over the strong light he needed for bedtime reading provoked him to invent a high-intensity, low-voltage minilamp whose use spread to desks, jewelers’ worktables, limousines and far beyond, died on June 12 at his home in Sands Point, N.Y. He was 80.
2007 July 2, Jon Pareles, “Everyone Join In: Sing, Clap and Hug”, New York Times:add
- And in the best Brazilian pop tradition, Mr. Brown’s music embraces all sorts of things: sambareggae and axé rhythms from his home state, Bahia; samba and other beats from across Brazil; and funk, rock, reggae, jazz, hip-hop and salsa from abroad.
2007 July 2, Richard Goldstein, “Eugene B. Fluckey, 93, a Top Sub Commander, Is Dead”, New York Times:add
- Richard O’Kane, also a Medal of Honor recipient, ranked No. 1 in sinkings, with 24, but No. 2 behind Commander Fluckey in tonnage destroyed, according to the joint assessment unit, whose postwar findings generally differed from submarine commanders’ reports filed in the aftermath of combat.
2007 July 2, Neil Genzlinger, “Theanswerishiddeninthere. Look Hard. Can You Find It?”, New York Times:add
- ¶A slinkily dressed woman to manipulate letters on the game board.
2007 July 2, Edward Rothstein, “Classical Music Imperiled: Can You Hear the Shrug?”, New York Times:add
- Music unappreciation: A new book by Lawrence Kramer laments the dwindling enthusiasm for classical music and examines what could be lost.