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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-13 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-19).
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2009 August 13, Douglas Quenqua, “Rub on, Spray on, or No Tan at All?”, New York Times:add
- Others are focusing on “antioxidants, paraben-free products and natural instant bronzers such as walnut shell and coffee bean extracts, just to name a few,” said Rick Norvell of Norvell Sunless, which produces high-end tanning sprays for salons.
2009 August 13, Cintra Wilson, “Playing to the Middle”, New York Times:add
- The few clothing items that are made of cotton make a sincere point of being cotton and tell you earnestly about their 100-percent cottonness with faux-hand-scribbled labels so obviously on the Green bandwagon they practically spit pine cones.
2009 August 13, Anne Raver, “A Tapestry of Color, Unfolding All Year”, New York Times:add
- Midsummer is coneflower time, of course, and I was stopped dead in my tracks by both the colors of these echinaceas Green Jewel, neon green petals with a green nose; Fatal Attraction, a bright pink; Vintage Wine, a deep rose with a spicy scent; and the unfortunately named Virgin, a pure white and by their seemingly impossible vigor.
2009 August 13, Josh Kron, “Suspect in Rwandan Genocide Is Captured After 15 Years in Hiding”, New York Times:add
- Mr. Ndahimana is wanted by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Arusha, Tanzania, as a Category 1 suspect, a rank reserved for the chief planners and executers of the genocide that killed nearly one million ethnic Tutsi and moderate Hutu.
2009 August 13, Steven Kurutz, “Saving the House Next Door”, New York Times:add
- The works reflect the inventive point of view Mr. Coupland brings to his writing, like an installation he created in the entry hall by placing, on a ledged wall, pieces of various shapes and colors taken from vintage building kits, or the oversize detergent bottle in the hallway, his own work, titled appropriately, “Downy Fabric Softener.”
2009 August 13, Gail Collins, “Gunning for Health Care”, New York Times:add
- Meanwhile, over in Arizona, a protester who showed up to meet the local congresswoman at a supermarket was removed by police when the pistol he had holstered under his armpit fell, bouncing on the floor and alarming the nonprotesting attendees.
- burquini = burqini typo
2009 August 13, The Associated Press, “Muslim Swimsuit Draws French Ban”, New York Times:add
- Officials on Wednesday insisted that they objected to the woman’s use of the burquini, popular with some conservative Muslims, because of France ’s unusually strict hygiene standards in pools not because of official hostility to wearing overtly Muslim garb.