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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2007-07-12 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-11).
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2007 July 12, Nicholas Confessore, “Rate Cut for Workers’ Insurance Will Save Employers $1 Billion”, New York Times:add
- The savings come chiefly from caps on benefits to workers with partial disabilities, like back injuries, as well as from tougher antifraud measures and the expectation of less claims litigation.
2007 July 12, Somini Sengupta, “After Mosque Battle, Musharraf’s Troubles Persist”, New York Times:add
- The Red Mosque enjoyed decades of government backing but lately had become a source of embarrassment for General Musharraf as its leaders used their students to carry out Taliban-style antivice campaigns. Mr. Haq told the privately owned Geo television network on Tuesday night that it had become a sanctuary for militants from other parts of the country.
2007 July 12, Victoria Burnett, “Man Arrested in Spain Planned to Bomb a Building, Official Says”, New York Times:add
- The car was packed with about 140 kilograms of chloratite explosives, which, the minister said, have a short shelf life and were therefore probably intended for immediate use.
2007 July 12, Ruth La Ferla, “The Knitting Circle Shows Its Chic”, New York Times:add
- The revival of these arts also owes a debt to a clutch of needle-wielding superstars: Ms. Durham, whose first book, “Loop-d-Loop,” was a best seller on Amazon; Wenlan Chia, a knitwear designer with an avid following; Diana Rupp, a youthful doyenne of home sewing; and Debbie Stoller, the founder of the popular Stitch ’n Bitch knitting circles across the country, who has been credited with jumpstarting the knitting rage with her popular series of Stitch ’n Bitch books.
2007 July 12, Adam Nossiter, “Lawsuit Filed Over Treatment of Girls at State Reform School in Mississippi”, New York Times:add
- The lawsuit, filed by a branch of the Southern Poverty Law Center of Montgomery, Ala., paints a grim picture of teenage girls subjected to systematic harsh treatment at the school, a sprawling facility in Columbia, in the state’s southern pinelands, where inmates are confined for as long as several months.
2007 July 12, Eric A. Taub, “First Comes the Hype, Then the Actual iPhone; Now, the Accessories”, New York Times:add
- The revo includes a privacy screen to prevent prying eyes from knowing your taste in YouTube videos.
2007 July 12, Neil A. Lewis, “National Archives Release 11 Hours of Nixon Tapes”, New York Times:add
- “There are innumerable examples of warm items,” he wrote, saying that he had been “nicey-nicey to the cabinet, staff and Congress around Christmastime” and that he had treated cabinet and subcabinet officials “like dignified human beings and not dirt under my feet.”
2007 July 12, Guy Trebay, “Venturing Seaside, Modestly”, New York Times:add
- But most men favored keeping their lower halves well concealed, in suits like the jaunty patchwork madras one Stanley Jeanmarie wore over Tommy Hilfiger underpants (waistband showing); or the bulky Body Glove surf shorts Tony Lauria slipped over the skimpy nylon briefs he wore when surfcasting for striped bass; or the near-knickers Laurence Spezzano, who is 17, chose for a day in the sand with his girlfriend.
2007 July 12, John Biggs, “An Ultramobile PC, All of Six Inches Long, Is an Importer’s Latest Find”, New York Times:add
- Its latest catch is the Raon Everun ultramobile PC, a minicomputer that is six inches long and runs Microsoft Windows XP.