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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-23 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-29).
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79183 tokens ‧ 57890 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7859 types ‧ 10 (~ 0.127%) words before cleaning ‧
2009 March 23, William Neuman, “N.Y. Drivers’ Unexpected Allies: Transit Riders”, New York Times:add
- Kelvin Ruiz, 19, lives in Jackson Heights, Queens, in the district of another antitoll senator, Hiram Monserrate. Mr. Ruiz, who hopes to become a policeman, attends school at John Jay College in Manhattan and works at a gift shop in Rockefeller Center.
2009 March 23, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:add
- Although “He and She” isn’t up to Mr. Marsalis’s other small-group records of recent years, like “The Magic Hour” and “Live at the House of Tribes,” it’s music with taste and spacious arrangements, full of historical knowledge and Mr. Marsalis’s trademarks: hocketing between horns, supercharged trumpet growls, tambourine accents.
2009 March 23, Ben Sisario, “Marketing as Backbeat at Indie Music Festival”, New York Times:add
- Giant balloons shaped like energy-drink cans bobbed in the wind on East Sixth Street, and nonmusic companies like PepsiCo, BlackBerry and National Public Radio have established a greater presence, as music magazines and record labels have scaled back.
2009 March 23, Matt Higgins, “Norwegian Retains U.S. Slopestyle Title”, New York Times:add
- On her third and final run, Oestgaard Buaas pulled her winning routine, a nosepress to 180 spin off the rail, followed by a 540 spin, a backside 360, a frontside 360, and finished with a frontside 720 two full rotations for a score of 92.0.
- popemobile *
2009 March 23, Barry Bearak, “Pope Tries to Send Ripples of Hope Through an Ocean of Angolans”, New York Times:add
- A sea of walking bodies finally inched homeward, the great flock parting only when police motorcycles led the popemobile up the center.
2009 March 23, Alastair Macaulay, “Revisiting Anew a Colorful Dancer’s Life, Lovers, Tragedy and Triumph”, New York Times:add
- But these more romantically appealing works leave the darker aspects of MacMillan unshown.