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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 2009-06-01 issue of the New York Times (2009-08-19).
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53070 tokens ‧ 39341 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6660 types ‧ 9 (~ 0.135%) words before cleaning ‧
- hardies *
2009 June 1, Gia Kourlas, “Pushkin Heroine in Distress (and Clubbers Doing the Zombie Shuffle)”, New York Times:add
- Like it or not, Mr. Eifman is a one-man factory, pumping out minispectacles that share much in common: abrupt scenes, a coarsely patched-together score and acrobatic moments of passion and agitation.
2009 June 1, Adam Cohen, “The Lord Justice Hath Ruled: Pringles Are Potato Chips”, New York Times:add
- Lord Justice Jacob, in an apparent swipe at the midlevel court, insisted the question was “not one calling for or justifying overelaborate, almost mind-numbing legal analysis.”
2009 June 1, Claudia La Rocco, “A Triple Bill That Comes Complete With the Requisite Mood Swings”, New York Times:add
- And so much pure, thrilling dance invention, both in the kaleidoscope group patterns and knotty, pretzeled, wicked partnering.
2009 June 1, Bruce Weber, “Philip C. Bolger, 81, Dies; Prolific Boat Designer”, New York Times:add
- Philip C. Bolger, whose hundreds of boat designs, from classic schooners to sportfishing yachts to simple dories and dinghies, ranked him among the most prolific and versatile recreational boat designers in the world, died on Sunday in Gloucester, Mass., where he had lived nearly all his life.
2009 June 1, Jon Caramanica, “Country’s King Rules With Restraint”, New York Times:add
- During his encore he staked a claim to tougher traditions western swing on “High Tone Woman” and outlaw country on a cover of Johnny Cash ’s “Folsom Prison Blues” pulling them off thanks to his crack band, but they were needless bursts of imagination from a man who’d made such a show of unshowiness.