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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2007-10-27 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-26).
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2007 October 27, Ben Ratliff, “Sounds That Remain Miles Ahead”, New York Times:add
- There are fairly serious jazz enthusiasts who dont know this music very well, and it deserved the time it got: the sudden traffic of tailgating trombones and New Orleans parade beats in Sister Sadie; the hopalong western-movie atmosphere and floating feeling of Happy Stranger; the long, gliding notes worked into swing in Nobodys Heart.
2007 October 27, Elisabetta Povoledo, “Princeton to Return Disputed Art to Italy”, New York Times:add
- The psykter, attributed to the so-called Kleophrades Painter, and the loutrophoros, attributed to the legendary Darius Painter, will remain at the museum for four years as part of a research program in which both the Italian government and the museum will take part, the university said.
2007 October 27, Isabel Kershner, “Israelis and Palestinians Pledge to Follow Road Map”, New York Times:add
- Mr. Qurei said the meeting was constructive, adding that putting the long-shelved road map in place was very important for creating real trust and a political horizon, and that its readoption was a significant step forward.
2007 October 27, Alina Tugend, “In Picking the Right Caterer, the Food Is Just the Start”, New York Times:add
- We began with buffet versus sitdown, childrens menu versus all-adult, number of appetizers, number of entrees, number of servers.