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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 2009-03-02 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-02).
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2009 March 2, Clifford J. Levy, “Ukraine Teeters as Citizens Blame Banks and Government”, New York Times:add
- Even so, the two did not announce further anticrisis measures.
2009 March 2, Kirk Johnson, “And Behold a Big Blue Horse? Many in Denver Just Say Neigh”, New York Times:add
- Ms. Hultin, meanwhile, who got the ball rolling with her antihorse Facebook page, has changed her mind.
2009 March 2, Michael S. Schmidt, “Bowden Nationals G.M. Resigns as Scandal Over Dominican Players Deepens”, New York Times:add
- “It’s not just drugs; it’s everything from identify theft, to the buscones, to performance-enhancing drugs,” DuPuy said.
2009 March 2, Ben Ratliff, “2 Approaches to Monk’s Historic Night”, New York Times:add
- That February he gave a concert with a 10-piece orchestra at Town Hall: a risky, expensive way to secure an official beachhead in New York culture, a way to get beyond his reputation, such as it was, for small groups, jabbing dissonance and cultishness.
2009 March 2, David W. Dunlap, “Broadway Traffic Cure Elusive Since the 1800s”, New York Times:add
- His New York guidebook had this to say about Broadway: “The gonglike, tornadolike, oceanic, unceasing roar and tumult of this bustling street, make it less inviting than it otherwise would be to promenaders.”
2009 March 2, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:add
- On “Kabibi” he connects breezily with the Tanzanian singer and thumb pianist Anania Ngoliga; on “Pakugyenda Balebauo,” also in Tanzania, he trades phrases with a lyrist named Warema Masiaga Cha Cha. The title track, which Mr. Fleck wrote in his own style, features the Malian ngoni players Bassekou Kouyate and Haruna Samake.
2009 March 2, Marc Lacey, “For Some Taxi Drivers, a Different Kind of Traffic”, New York Times:add
- Ballads extolling the traffickers’ exploits, known as narcocorridos, are hugely popular, especially among the young.
2009 March 2, Anthony Tommasini, “Love Poems With Musical Annotation”, New York Times:add
- Champions of Mr. Martynov’s music might describe his opera adapted from Dante’s “Vita Nuova,” a collection of poems about the youthful author’s love from afar for the unattainable Beatrice as defiantly polystylistic.
2009 March 2, Susan Dominus, “Not the Rolls, My Good Man. These Times Demand the Station Wagon.”, New York Times:add
- The Rolls, a deep forest green, had all the yachtlike features one would expect rich beige leather, shiny metal accents, issues of Quest magazine in a pocket in the back of the driver’s seat.