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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-11 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-11).
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106407 tokens ‧ 78938 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9339 types ‧ 34 (~ 0.364%) words before cleaning ‧
2007 October 11, Mike Albo, “Where Men Don’t Ask, ‘Do I Look O.K.?’”, New York Times:add
- For example, when I tried on a white short-sleeve henley shirt ($14.90) in a small, it barely fit me because I am used to our traditional North American Gargantua-scale, where a small T-shirt is actually an extra large and would fit me only after constantly eating Nachos Bell Grande at Taco Bell for six months.
2007 October 11, Jennifer Dunning, “A Company of Classicists in a Variety of Settings”, New York Times:add
- William Soleau’s new “Table Games,” danced to Corelli and an uncredited sound score, gave six party guests chances to wander into darkness, away from friends and an ingenious hooplike table top.
- krut *
2007 October 11, David Pogue, “(Mostly) Good Things in a Small Package”, New York Times:add
- There was a momentary flicker of hope last January when Palm’s founder, Jeff Hawkins, introduced the Foleo — a superthin, category-busting, laptoplike “cellphone companion” — but Palm canceled the Foleo last month.
2007 October 11, Patricia Cohen, “Jimmy Carter the Book Tour (Soon to Be a Major Motion Picture)”, New York Times:add
- Once he arrived, Mr. Carter, 83, cheerfully whipped through the books — 1,600 in about 90 minutes — with the machinelike efficiency of a subject in a time-and-motion study.
2007 October 11, John Biggs, “With a Keyboard and a Pop-Up Screen, Is This a Computer or a Cellphone?”, New York Times:add
- While some people will probably always carry around a laptop, devices like the Tilt are breaking down the wall between luggable and pocketable.
2007 October 11, Michelle Slatalla, “You Virtually Had to Be There”, New York Times:add
- It could be in the form of an e-mail message — “Check out this sweet car I saw for sale on Craigslist” — or when I’m trying to work and an instant message pops up: Oh, come on, it’s sooooo cheappppp (for a car).
- stilton *
2007 October 11, Marianne Rohrlich, “Grandma’s Wallpaper Gets Funky”, New York Times:add
- Grand Jubilee Wallpaper, by Nancy Mims, a partner at Mod Green Pod, a small design studio and wallpaper manufacturer, is available in five colors: cream, stilton, raspberry, chocolate or licorice; $90 for a 27-inch-by-5-yard roll from the Q Collection, 915 Broadway (21st Street), (212) 529-1400 or qcollection.com .