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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 2009-01-20 issue of the New York Times.
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2009 January 20, Claudia Dreifus, “A Front-Row Seat as a Health Care System Goes Awry”, New York Times:add
- I had just been reading Daniel Defoe’s “Journal of the Plague Year,” where Defoe described patients with buboes, these walnut-sized lesions from the plague.
2009 January 20, Roxana Popescu, “For Peruvians, Baskets for the U.S. Market Bring a New Way of Life”, New York Times:add
- SAN ANTONIO DE PINTUYACU, Peru Women in this remote Amazon village can weave fibers from the branch of the chambira palm tree into practically anything they need fishing nets, hammocks, purses, skirts and dental floss.
2009 January 20, Natalie Angier, “In ‘Geek Chic’ and Obama, New Hope for Lifting Women in Science”, New York Times:add
- The designated leaders so far include superstars like Harold Varmus, a Nobel laureate, and Eric Lander, genome meister.
2009 January 20, Jennifer Pinkowski, “Growing Taste for Reef Fish Sends Their Numbers Sinking”, New York Times:add
- Across the street from the Port View, Malays at the famous Night Market speak with awe about the Chinese tourists who spend “a thousand ringgits a week just eating fish.
2009 January 20, Allan Kozinn, “Shafts of Sun in Winter From the Italian Baroque”, New York Times:add
- And the cello concerto was strikingly different on Sunday: at Weill, the ensemble included two violinists and one violist, cellist, bassist and lutenist, but on Sunday four more violinists, a second violist and a harpsichordist were added to give the ripieno sections of the fast movements a heftier punch than the smaller group delivered.
2009 January 20, Trymaine Lee, “Taking Responsibility for Herself and Her Son”, New York Times:add
- Her sleepless nights there were haunted by the collective grumble of her sheltermates restless and downtrodden, so many women and families who took over slivers of the shelter’s vast open space as their own.
2009 January 20, Kenneth Chang, “Rock Suggests Early Moon’s Fiery Core Churned a Magnetic Field”, New York Times:add
- But a 4. 2-billion-year-old rock named troctolite 76535, collected by Harrison Schmitt, the only trained geologist among the Apollo Moon walkers, offers a pristine view of the Moon’s early history.