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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-03-07 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-03).
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2008 March 7, Gretchen Morgenson, “Panel to Review Payouts Given by Troubled Firms”, New York Times:add
- “Boards have been placed under enormous pressure by the left-wing antibusiness press and the envious leaders of unions and other so-called ‘C.E.O. Comp Watchers,’ ” Mr. Mozilo complained, “and therefore boards are being forced to protect themselves irrespective of the potential negative long-term impact on public companies.”
2008 March 7, Karen Rosenberg, “Art in Review”, New York Times:add
- There’s a lot going on in Bjarne Melgaard’s third solo show in New York: neo-Neo-Expressionist painting and an extended image-text piece; modernist sofas and rustic Norwegian antiques; textile design and automatist drawing; weird sex (on video) and painted references to same; exuberance and tragedy.
2008 March 7, Agence France-Presse, “Bonds’s 756th Home Run Ball Could Soon Reach the Hall of Fame”, New York Times:add
- GIANTS ’ LOWRY NEEDS SURGERY The San Francisco Giants left-hander Noah Lowry needs surgery to correct exertional compartment syndrome, which according to mayoclinic.com causes pain, swelling and sometimes disability in affected muscles of the legs or arms.
2008 March 7, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:add
- SIA (Saturday) Sia Furler lent a perfectly chilled-out voice to songs by the loungetronica band Zero 7, and while on her own she has shown a wider range her most common comparisons are Sheryl Crow and Alicia Keys she’s most in her element when she’s mellow, jazzy and soft.
2008 March 7, Susan Dominus, “Artist as Therapist Burrows Into the Psyche of New York”, New York Times:add
- “I just thought it would be interesting to participate in the Biennial,” she confessed. Mr. Rodriguez opened the door revealing the nubbly wool carpeting, a cactus, some warm dim light and invited her in.
2008 March 7, Andrew C. Revkin, “Loggers Invaded Butterfly Haven, Photos Show”, New York Times:add
- Forests of oyamel fir trees in Michoacán and Mexico States have for thousands of years been a winter haven for the resplendent orange and black butterflies, the most famous “charismatic megafauna” of the insect world, said Lincoln P. Brower, a professor emeritus of biology at Sweet Briar College in Virginia, who has studied the butterflies and their shrinking winter habitat for decades.
2008 March 7, Gia Kourlas, “A (Green) Place for Dance and Performance to Bloom”, New York Times:add
- A nonprofit collaboration between Mr. Jasperse’s Thin Man Dance and Jonah Bokaer’s Chez Bushwick, the new dance and performance space will be unveiled on Saturday night in a preopening performance and party called “Displacement @ Greenbelt.”
2008 March 7, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:add
- There is a range of themes and moods, and you can’t get much more slyly evil than in “Cloven Kingdom”; more sumptuous than “Arden Court”; more joyously and meditatively abandoned than “Esplanade”; or more goofy than “Diggity,” with its stageful of dogs and designs by Alex Katz .