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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-14 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 July 14, A. O. Scott, “That One Small Step Is Still Hard to Measure”, New York Times:add
- Timing Social Security Benefits For Palin, a Long March to a Short-Notice Resignation Frank Rich: She Broke the G.O.P. and Now She Owns It Watching Whales Watching Us The Crab Houses of Maryland’s Eastern Shore On Par: Elite Golfers Have Their Clothes Laid Out for Them IPhone Apps to Organize Your Life Ross Douthat: The Audacity of the Pope Nicholas D. Kristof: Clean, Sexy Water Op-Ed Contributor: Chrome vs. Bing vs. You and Me Go to Complete List » For Palin, a Long March to a Short-Notice Resignation She Broke the G.O.P. and Now She Owns It Boiling the Frog Obama Faces a New Push to Look Back Goldman Sachs Likely to Post Huge Profits, Analysts Say Study Measures the Chatter of the News Cycle Questions for Judge Sotomayor Job Losses Show Wider Racial Gap in New York City When a Blogger Voices Approval, a Sponsor May Be Lurking Web Traffic (or Lack of) May Be a Reason for a Columnist's Dismissal Go to Complete List » july 12, 2009 michael jackson palin obama modern love cancer health china cheney maureen dowd Go to Complete List » Advertisements Tom Cruise and Cameron Crowe Dual-Signed Poster Buy Now <A HREF="http://www.nytimes.com/adx/bin/adx_click.html?type=goto&opzn&page=www.nytimes.com/yr/mo/day/science/space&pos=BigAd2&sn2=4ac8c2d5/8dbd66e1&sn1=7f8a69e4/de9df4cf&camp=Adobe_Acrobat09q3AB-1133419-nyt2&ad=Adobe_09q3AB.ROS.dart300x250.PreEmp&goto=http://ad.doubleclick.net/jump/N4270.NYT/B3694507.3;sz=300x250;ord=2009.07.14.06.03.21?"
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2009 July 14, Clyde Haberman, “Democracy in New York: An Accidental Governor? Try Government”, New York Times:add
- “So why was this nonillustrious title held all of these years for me?” Mr. Paterson asked.
2009 July 14, The Associated Press, “Manchester City Adds Tevéz to Its Acquisition Binge”, New York Times:add
- Krupnik was drafted in the sixth round of the 2002 M.L.S. SuperDraft by the MetroStars before they became the Red Bulls, but he never played with the first team. redbulls
2009 July 14, Peter Baker, “Sotomayor Vows ‘Fidelity to the Law’ as Hearings Start”, New York Times:add
- Given that sense of inevitability, Republicans were intent on using the hearing to relitigate the successful Democratic effort in 2002 and 2003 to block the nomination by President George W. Bush of a Hispanic lawyer, Miguel A. Estrada, to a federal appeals court seat, and Mr. Obama’s votes as a senator against Mr. Bush’s nominees.
2009 July 14, Matthew L. Wald, “Debate on Clean Energy Leads to Regional Divide”, New York Times:add
- “When you have a constrained transmission system and you seek to unconstrain it,” said Mary Ellen Paravalos, the vice president for transmission at National Grid, a New York and New England company, some local parties stand to lose.