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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-26 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-26).
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75327 tokens ‧ 54628 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7619 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.276%) words before cleaning ‧
2007 November 26, Marlise Simons, “In the Netherlands, Eat, Drink and Be Monitored”, New York Times:add
- Mr. Koster, an economist who works for the universitys agrotechnology and food sciences group, said he hoped that the findings would help policy makers, health experts and food executives who wanted to understand and influence eating habits.
2007 November 26, Ken Belson, “Getting Paid to Chew Gum Can Be Sweet, but Also Sour”, New York Times:add
- Jesse Kiefer, left, is the chief gumologist at Cadburys Gum Center of Excellence in Whippany, N.J., where Carol Giner has put her palate to work as a taster.
2007 November 26, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:add
- Connected to a conference of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, this years GlobalFest will feature 13 performers on three stages, including the eccentric Italian songwriter Vinicio Capossela ; Fallou Dieng , a rising star of Senegalese mbalax; the Korean drumming group Dulsori ; Chango Spasiuk , an accordionist from Argentina; Jos Manuel Cobles (a k a Puerto Plata ), an octogenarian guitarist and singer from the Dominican Republic; Samarabalouf , a French Gypsy jazz band; and Toumast , a guitar group from the deserts of Niger.
2007 November 26, Jennifer Dunning, “The Child in Balanchine Still Jumps for Joy”, New York Times:add
- Nicholas Smith as the child prince performed the mime scenes, so lovingly unstinted on by the choreographer, with refreshing boldness and clarity in a lead childrens cast completed by Margot Pitts as Marie and Jonathan Alexander as her brother Fritz.
- obnoyingorable: nonce
2007 November 26, Stuart Elliott, “Ruminations on Food as Soap, Food for Singles and Henry Miller”, New York Times:add
- Will the popularity of campaigns from advertisers like AT&T , Eurostar and Riverbed Technology that offer mash-ups of the names of cities and landmarks among them, New Sanfrakota, EiffelBen and Mumboston lead critics to describe such ads as obnoyingorable?