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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 2007-10-06 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-11).
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87112 tokens ‧ 64076 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8139 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.295%) words before cleaning ‧
2007 October 6, Bernard Holland, “The Oldest of Sounds Arrive in a Brand-New Setting”, New York Times:add
- Jacqueline Horner, singing Elizabethan music with the group Parthenia, and Drew Minter, doing medieval pieces with the trio Trefoil, gave off the sonic image of churchlike stone walls and deep spaces.
- encourager *
2007 October 6, Robin Pogrebin, “Oswald M. Ungers, Design Theorist and Architect of Major German Projects, Dies at 81”, New York Times:add
- He is also known in the United States for the German ambassador’s residence in Washington (1994), whose monumental stone gridlike facade has become something of a landmark there.
2007 October 6, Elaine Sciolino, “A Priest Methodically Reveals Ukrainian Jews’ Fate”, New York Times:add
- Traveling with a team that includes two interpreters, a photographer, a cameraman, a ballistics specialist, a mapping expert and a notetaker, Father Desbois records all the stories on video, sometimes holding the microphone himself, and asking questions in simple language and a flat tone.
2007 October 6, Alan Feuer, “Pour Me One Last Round, Barkeep, for the Old Times”, New York Times:add
- All that remained were the drunks, the smoochers, a girl in pearls, a pair of blondes named Holly and two men in tuxedos.
2007 October 6, Cathy Horyn, “Chanel Clings to Trends; YSL Hugs the Logo”, New York Times:add
- The unpeaceful quality of Riccardo Tisci’s collection for Givenchy, with its sharp stilettos, military khaki, field belts and grommet-riddled fabrics, suggests a selective reading of European history, or maybe no reading at all, a profound ignorance, in fact, of the human cost of war.