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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-05 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-05).
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2009 March 5, Allan Kozinn, “Some Boundaries Are Broken, Others Are Defined”, New York Times:add
- Along the way it explores sustained tones and lightly dissonant harmonies, with a bagpipelike timbre; pizzicato figures supporting soaring, lyrical viola and cello lines; and ornate violin solos bathed in tape delay that created an almost fugal illusion.
2009 March 5, Penelope Green, “Carbon Neutral on a Shoestring”, New York Times:add
- There was a voluminous beanbag chair made from recycled car-seat fabric by a company called Waste; a planter made from an old tire; a chair found nearby at the Placa George Orwell and decoupaged by Ms. Scholtus with newspapers; and floor-to-ceiling stenciled shelving made from fiberboard (planks of recycled sawdust) certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and painted with pigments low in volatile organic compounds (V.O.C.’s). On the terrace, worms were quietly gnawing through Ms. Scholtus’s kitchen scraps, making compost for her herb garden.
2009 March 5, Sara Eckel, “Yoga Enthusiasts Hear the Call of Kirtan”, New York Times:add
- The two friends, along with about 60 participants, sat on cushions facing a group of musicians who wore traditional Indian kurtas collarless cotton tunics and played a variety of instruments, including bongos, a wooden flute and harmonium, an accordion-like organ.
2009 March 5, Jack Healy, “Federal Reserve Beige Book Paints a Broadly Pessimistic Picture”, New York Times:add
- Single-family home prices tumbled 18.5 percent in December from the previous year, and real estate agents say that nonforeclosure sales are still stagnant.
2009 March 5, Stephen Milioti, “A Handmade Rainbow of Jars”, New York Times:add
- Elizabeth Lyons’s spring collection of glass jars comes in a rainbow of colors from cool tones like teals and turquoises to warmer reds and oranges, as well as an array of muted colors like olive, tea, amber and apricot.
2009 March 5, Randy Kennedy, “To Ramp Up Its Web Site, MoMA Loosens Up”, New York Times:add
- The Brooklyn Museum, for example, which has maintained lively blogs since the summer of 2006, provides a detailed stream of traveloguelike pictures and words to keep viewers current on the progress of its archaeological work in Egypt (brooklynmuseum.org ).
2009 March 5, Cathy Horyn, “A Strong Woman For Hard Times”, New York Times:add
- Marni will probably never be accused of being unchic or uncomplicated but it was interesting to see how the designer, Consuelo Castiglioni, downplayed the couture textures and shapes, while elevating the sports references.