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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 2008-04-11 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-13).
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2008 April 11, Diane Mehta, “Antiques and Classic New England Peace and Quiet”, New York Times:add
- And there’s plenty of fishing , says Woody Mosch, a devoted fly-fisherman and furniture maker in nearby Bethlehem, “whether you’re into fishing for the stock to take home for dinner, or really getting off the beaten path for the little native brookies still alive and well in feeder streams through northern Woodbury and Bethlehem.”
2008 April 11, Jennifer Dunning, “Challenging Dancers, Young and Older”, New York Times:add
- The program also included “Quickstep,” a new dance for the children, which began with an oddly meandering solo for the charismatic Jeremy Summerville and included a precision-running romp for 15 other boys, to delicious klezmerish music by Steve Martland.
2008 April 11, Richard Sandomir, “Newcomer ESPN Tiptoes Carefully Into the Booth”, New York Times:add
- ESPN’s reverence was exemplified in a syrupy promo in long form and sliced into mininuggets narrated with something close to piety by the actor Thomas Haden Church that gave glimpses of the Augusta terrain as a golfer prepared to tee off.
2008 April 11, Jeffrey Gettleman, “Ugandan Rebels Delay Peace Deal”, New York Times:add
- NAIROBI, Kenya Joseph Kony , the notorious, phantomlike leader of a brutal rebel army in Uganda , on Thursday delayed signing a landmark peace treaty once again, but Ugandan officials remained hopeful that peace was still close.
- popemobile *
2008 April 11, Al Baker, “Security Measures, Seen and Unseen, Are Planned for the Pope’s Visit”, New York Times:add
- After Mass at St. Patrick’s, the pontiff will ride in an enclosed popemobile north on Fifth Avenue to 70th Street.
2008 April 11, Jeff Leeds, “Concert Industry Is Banking on a Festive Summer”, New York Times:add
- Bonnaroo, held on several hundred acres of Tennessee farmland, where fans camp for the weekend (June 12 to 15), is marketing V.I.P. passes, which include access to a private prefestival party and special restroom and shower facilities, for $1,169.50 per pair.
2008 April 11, Edward Rothstein, “Chasing the News: Mark Twain’s Inkwell to Blogger’s Slippers”, New York Times:add
- Its glass facade includes a 74-foot-high, 50-ton marble tablet scripturally inscribed with the complete text of the First Amendment.
2008 April 11, John Tagliabue, “Clues to the Mystery of a Writer Pilot Who Disappeared”, New York Times:add
- It turned out to be part of a series produced in early 1941 the oldest sparkplug was from March 1941.
2008 April 11, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:add
- CEDAR WALTON, JAVON JACKSON, CHRISTIAN MCBRIDE, JIMMY COBB (Friday through Sunday) Radiating competence and camaraderie, this quartet calls on a pair of vigorous elder statesmen (Mr. Walton on piano and Mr. Cobb on drums) and a couple of accomplished former youngbloods (Mr. McBride on bass and Mr. Jackson on saxophones).