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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-03 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 June 3, Julia Moskin, “Ethnic and Affordable”, New York Times:add
- MARGON This Cuban/Dominican diner off Times Square is Mr. Brooks’s pick for tastes of his hometown, Miami, like batidos, Cuban sandwiches, roast pork, octopus salad and chicken chicharrones: 136 West 46th Street; (212) 354-5013.
- gamay *
2009 June 3, Seth Schiesel, “Sony Unveils New Portable Game Player”, New York Times:add
- Likewise, Sony’s flagship PlayStation 3 living-room console has been far surpassed in popularity by the Nintendo Wii, which has appealed to a much broader audience by focusing on nonintimidating, easy-to-play games rather than the complicated, violent fare more common to the PlayStation franchise.
2009 June 3, Adam Nagourney, “Minnesota Governor Opts Against Run for Third Term”, New York Times:add
- “I think you guys have really overbaked that issue,” Mr. Pawlenty said when asked about this at the news conference.
- papri *
2009 June 3, Claudia La Rocco, “With Each Youthful Step, Discoveries and Transformations”, New York Times:add
- Then came the very young, in the “Ballabile des Enfants” from “Harlequinade,” a colorful, confectionary swirl of polichinelles, pierrots and scaramouches, set to Riccardo Drigo.
- restructures *
2009 June 3, The Associated Press, “Washington Takes N.C.A.A. Softball Crown”, New York Times:add
- OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Kimi Pohlman raced home on a squibber back to the circle that Florida pitcher Stacey Nelson could not handle, giving Washington the decisive run in a 3-2 victory for its first N.C.A.A. softball championship Tuesday night.
2009 June 3, William Grimes, “Danny La Rue, Female Impersonator, Dies at 81”, New York Times:add
- His act blended comedy and song, interspersed with dead-on impressions of film stars and celebrities like Marlene Dietrich , Joan Collins and Elizabeth Taylor and creations like Lady Cynthia Grope, “the hoary toastess of the Conservative Party.”
2009 June 3, Alastair Macaulay, “Cherry Blossom Season, and Love Is in Full Flower”, New York Times:add
- Why, when Antony Tudor’s Prokofiev “Gala Performance” has been languishing unrevived for years, has Ballet Theater acquired James Kudelka’s repetitious collection of clichés, “Désir” (1991), as the centerpiece of this program?