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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 2009-01-26 issue of the New York Times.
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2009 January 26, Alissa J. Rubin, “Iraq’s Leader Pushes for Election Gains, but Some Fear Iron Hand”, New York Times:add
- While that seems unlikely any time soon, such experiences of terror and embattlement have shaped the way Mr. Maliki governs.
2009 January 26, William Kristol, “Will Obama Save Liberalism?”, New York Times:add
- In 1978, the Harvard political philosopher Harvey Mansfield diagnosed the malady: “From having been the aggressive doctrine of vigorous, spirited men, liberalism has become hardly more than a trembling in the presence of illiberalism.
2009 January 26, David Carr, “Hollywood Now Cast as Sensible”, New York Times:add
- The studios almost all report to media conglomerates back east like Viacom, NBC Universal (owned by General Electric ) Time Warner and the News Corporation , and they’re being asked to ship more money back to the faltering mothership.
2009 January 26, Dennis Hevesi, “J. Lamar Worzel, Expert on Ocean’s Depths, Dies at 89”, New York Times:add
- With Dr. Ewing brainstorming and Dr. Worzel leading the designers, the team slapped together precursors of more precisely manufactured measuring devices: a camera to take photos thousands of feet below the ocean’s surface, with a coffee-can lid for a flash reflector and a thick, diner-style drinking glass as its casing; a seismograph timed by a modified railroad pocket watch; an oscillograph, to record electrical changes, run by a motor from a toy electric train.
2009 January 26, Anthony Tommasini, “Pricking Up the Ears to Listen for Echoes of California”, New York Times:add
- The piece moves in alluring spans of swirling figures, jagged lines and pointillistic outbursts, often prodded forward by ostinatos in the perky piano.
2009 January 26, Allan Kozinn, “Taking Atonal Looks Back as a Composer Turns 90”, New York Times:add
- And the concert ended with the Concerto for Violin, Cello, 10 Winds and Percussion (1960), a kaleidoscopic piece in which the flowing violin and cello lines are set against ensemble writing that begins pointillistically but quickly becomes a solid, unified force engaged in a lively give and take with the soloists.
2009 January 26, Donald G. Mcneil, “Aron Moscona, 87, Biologist Who Explored Embryonic Cells, Dies”, New York Times:add
- “Cells dissociated from adult animals usually do not recohere at all,” he wrote.
2009 January 26, David Waldstein, “Pursuing N.B.A., Marbury’s Brother Takes Long Detour”, New York Times:add
- Since then, Stephon, 31, and the Knicks have been locked in a staredown regarding the cost of a potential buyout.
2009 January 26, Lydia Polgreen, “West African Villagers Stake Their Fortunes on the Future Price of Rice”, New York Times:add
- Rice is the staple of the Senegalese diet the national dish, thieboudienne, consists of fish and broken rice grains cooked in a thick and spicy tomato sauce.
2009 January 26, Jon Pareles, “From a Galaxy Far, Far Away, the Electro-Pop Wizard of a Fragile Dream World”, New York Times:add
- In a set that drew mostly on songs from the band’s 2008 album, “Saturdays = Youth” (M83 Productions/Mute), the whispery soprano of Morgan Kibby, who also plays keyboards and collaborates on songwriting, often hovered an octave above Mr. Gonzalez’s voice.
2009 January 26, Alessandra Stanley, “A Fictional Ad Agency That Really Hawks [Your Product Name Here]”, New York Times:add
- A little like the self-contradictory tag line “Instant Classic,” this series is infused with nowadays nostalgia, a trip back not to yesteryear but yestermonth.