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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-18 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-18).
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2009 March 18, Lynnley Browning, “I.R.S. Plans a Deduction for Madoff Victims”, New York Times:add
- Current theft loss rules typically allow losses to be carried back three years and forward 20 years, but the I.R.S plan will allow carrybacks of as many as five years, generally if the loss is for a small business with gross annual receipts of less than $15 million.
2009 March 18, Ken Johnson, “Can a Rebel Stay a Rebel Without the Claws?”, New York Times:add
- The Boston show, organized by Pedro H. Alonzo, an independent curator, and Emily Brouillet, a former assistant curator at the institute, includes works placed outdoors around Boston, presented here as domesticated tokens of the graffitilike practices for which Mr. Fairey has been arrested on numerous occasions.
2009 March 18, Ben Ratliff, “A Jazz Season Lineup With a Focus on Piano”, New York Times:add
- Other nonrepertory concerts will include the vocalist Dianne Reeves (Oct. 30-31), the saxophonist Maceo Parker (Nov. 13-14), the gospel singer Kim Burrell (Dec. 11-12), the Manhattan Transfer with Jon Hendricks (Feb. 12-13), the singer Kurt Elling with the accordionist Richard Galliano (March 14-15) and the jazz-fusion band the Yellowjackets (April 29-May 1, 2010).
2009 March 18, Florence Fabricant, “One Cupcake, One Mouthful”, New York Times:add
- Hers are likely to be the ultimate recessionproof treats, $1 for one bite of flavorful cake (chocolate, vanilla, yellow or red velvet) with a perky dollop of icing and a garnish like jelly, sprinkles or cookie crumbs.
- carniwhore: nonce
2009 March 18, Frank Bruni, “In Los Angeles, Trying to Live by Pork Alone”, New York Times:add
- The carniwhore school holds that no beast bests the pig in its multifaceted pleasures, that offal shouldn’t be relegated to just one or two dishes on the margins of the main feast, and that if you think something might taste better fried, go ahead and fry it, arteries be damned.
- womens: should be women's