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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 2008-01-21 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-03).
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2008 January 21, Christopher Clarey, “Even in Singles, Williams Sisters Are Double Trouble”, New York Times:add
- Serena will play the third-seeded Jankovic, the counterpuncher who looked vulnerable after digging too deeply into her physical reserves last season and here in the first round, where she had to save three match points against Tamira Paszek.
2008 January 21, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “Getty Images Up for Sale, Could Fetch $1.5 Billion”, New York Times:add
- “Getty Images continues to be a company in transition, adjusting from being the leading player in an oligopolistic market to being one of many players in a highly competitive market,” Barbara Coffey, a research analyst with Kaufman Brothers, wrote in a research note earlier this month.
2008 January 21, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:add
- They can be noisy and turbulent, as in “That Man I Shot,” a soldier’s postbattle reactions set to a feedback-drenched Crazy Horse stomp, or steadfast and long-suffering, as in the album’s other Iraq war song, “The Home Front,” Mr. Hood’s sketch of a soldier’s family.
- punta *
2008 January 21, Jon Pareles, “Andy Palacio, Who Saved Garifuna Music, Dies at 47”, New York Times:add
- During the 1980s, Mr. Palacio used Garifuna rhythms in punta rock, a popular Caribbean dance music, and had Central American hits, including “Bikini Panty” and “Gimme Punta Rock.”