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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 2009-09-02 issue of the New York Times (2009-09-02).
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75525 tokens ‧ 55127 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7695 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.351%) words before cleaning ‧
- macassar *
2009 September 2, “Opening Later”, New York Times:add
- THE EMPIRE ROOM Mark Grossich, who created the Campbell Apartment lounge in Grand Central Terminal, is using plenty of stainless steel and macassar ebony to turn a former post office branch in the Empire State Building into a sophisticated Art Deco setting for that perfect Manhattan: 350 Fifth Avenue (33rd Street).
2009 September 2, Kim Severson, “For a Perfectionist Chef, a New Spot and a New Challenge”, New York Times:add
- Downtown, sardines get a sassy salad of fennel, radish and pilacca, the fried chili sauce.
- salumeria *
2009 September 2, Glenn Collins, “A New Best Friend for the Sommelier”, New York Times:add
- Stefano Milioni, the restaurant’s wine consultant, said the computerized system, called Smartcellar, was designed by a Jericho, N.Y., company, Incentient, to instantly remove inventory when labels sell out banishing them from these Samsung supertablets and avoiding that bad-news moment when a server returns to tell a customer that the last bottle has been sold.