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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-12 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-12).
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2009 March 12, Judy Dempsey And Alison Smale, “President of Poland Is Sanguine on Economy”, New York Times:add
- Mr. Kaczynski, a conservative, attracted strong criticism inside and outside Poland for strong anti-Russian tones and archnationalist policies when he shared power with his identical twin brother, Jaroslaw, who was prime minister from 2005 to 2007.
2009 March 12, “A New Day on Stem Cell Research”, New York Times:add
- They must support increased financing of research, strengthen intellectual property protections and make certain pending legislation on biosimilars protects patient safety and preserves incentives to innovate new therapies for unmet medical needs.
2009 March 12, Julie Scelfo, “The $300 Makeover: West Village Studio”, New York Times:add
- Ms. Unger saw potential in objects that were stylish but in need of cleaning, so she took Ms. Rich’s cotton dhurrie home for a wash and spent half an hour scrubbing a flea market coffee table with Murphy Oil Soap.
2009 March 12, Azadeh Ensha, “A Diminutive Sound System Provides Big Sound in Small Spaces”, New York Times:add
- Vizio’s compact speaker combo features four three-inch high-efficiency midbass drivers and two three-quarter-inch high-performance tweeters.
2009 March 12, Melena Ryzik, “Becoming Professional, Just Not Self-Important”, New York Times:add
- They formed a few casual bands, spun obscurist rock at the university’s radio station, WHRB, and lived together in an apartment on Bishop Allen Drive in Cambridge, which became an incubator for their future. Mr. Bujalski was another classmate-turned-roommate.
2009 March 12, Julie Scelfo, “The $300 Makeover: Two-Story House on Long Island”, New York Times:add
- Hoping to build on a “slight Moroccan-y pattern” on half a rug visible in one photo, Ms. Galli arranged for a professional stenciler to paint a shape from Islamic architecture in a pattern on two walls.
2009 March 12, Cintra Wilson, “Rosie the Riveter in a Pocket T”, New York Times:add
- BACK in the early stonewash age, it seemed as if there was a long stretch of time when there were no connective fibers, no unified field dressing, between the clothing of straight, 9-to-5 office people and those living la vie bohème: students, artists, whack-jobs, creatures of the night.
- wussed -> wuss out