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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-27 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-19).
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2009 April 27, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “U.S. Declares Public Health Emergency Over Swine Flu”, New York Times:add
- One-quarter of the national stockpile of 50 million courses of antiflu drugs will be released.
2009 April 27, John F. Burns, “Premier Wants Iceland to Join European Union”, New York Times:add
- The krona is currently trading at 40 percent and more below its value before the economic collapse, just one measure of a crisis that has seen Iceland plunge since last fall from giddying prosperity to widespread unemployment.
2009 April 27, Andrew Adam Newman, “Room at the Inn for a Dog, as Long as It’s the Lap Type”, New York Times:add
- The W Hotels chain markets itself as dog-friendly, offering room service for dogs and “Yappy Hours” mixers open to nonguests and their dogs.
2009 April 27, Jonathan Abrams, “Perez and the Mets Revert to Bad Habits”, New York Times:add
- Perez again failed to emerge from the fifth inning, the Washington rookie Jordan Zimmermann stiff-armed an anemic offense, Daniel Murphy continued his erratic play in left field and Carlos Beltran rekindled memories of last week’s nonslide.
2009 April 27, Bill Pennington, “Golfers Test Limits of Good Sense in Golf Carts”, New York Times:add
- She had some additional safety recommendations: keep your feet flat on the cart floor, avoid sudden turns, use the hand grip above your head for stability and don’t make any postfactory changes to the cart, like disabling the speed governor.