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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-05 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  • Total recognized tokens: 64615
  • Total valid lowercase tokens: 49598
  • Total unique types: 7145
  • Initial new-word count (before removal of lemma duplicates, typos, etc.): 48 (~0.672%)

2009-01-05[edit]

  1. boilerman
  2. choro
    • 2009 January 5, Ben Ratliff, “Hamming It Up With a Cuban Accent”, New York Times:
      His projects as a bandleader tend toward mergers of classical with jazz, funk with tango, Brazilian choro with Cuban habanera.
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  3. contradanza
    • 2009 January 5, Ben Ratliff, “Hamming It Up With a Cuban Accent”, New York Times:
      The first tune, “Chiquita Blues,” may have seemed academic by description: it combined a 12-bar blues with a Cuban contradanza, based on the recent novel “Chiquita,” by Antonio Orlando Rodríguez, about a 26-inch-tall Cuban woman who became an American circus attraction a century ago.
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  4. counterflow
    • 2009 January 5, “Using the Earth and Sun to Provide Home Heating”, New York Times:
      My wife and I built such a home in southwestern Wisconsin in 1987. We, too, used superinsulation, tight south-facing windows and doors with low-emissivity glass, and a counterflow heat exchanger to warm incoming fresh air.
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  5. endplayed
  6. flirty
    • 2009 January 5, John Branch, “Bull Riders Wait All Day for a Few Seconds of Fury”, New York Times:
      Snyder wore a buckle from last year’s victory in Nampa, Idaho. A flirty woman in a straw hat slid through the crowd straight to Snyder.
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  7. hyperdetailed
  8. institutionalist
  9. ironman
    • 2009 January 5, John Branch, “Bull Riders Wait All Day for a Few Seconds of Fury”, New York Times:
      He is now known in bull-riding circles for an ironman streak of 236 consecutive P.B.R.
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  10. jaillike
    • 2009 January 5, Matthew Brunwasser, “In Eastern Europe, Lives Languish in Mental Facilities”, New York Times:
      A study of guardianship in eight former Communist countries completed last year by the Mental Disability Advocacy Center in Budapest found jaillike regimens for patients with a wide range of mental disabilities, with one million adults in the region subject to “significant, arbitrary and automatic” violations of their human rights.
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  11. juked
  12. kipa
    • 2009 January 5, Manny Fernandez, “Lessons on Love, From a Rabbi Who Knows Hate and Forgiveness”, New York Times:
      But as he left the mosque, still wearing his tan kipa, the Jewish skullcap that resembles the one Muslims wear, a man driving by who had apparently mistaken him for a Muslim shouted that he should go back where he came from, Rabbi Weisser told the congregation. “Hatred comes forth from some pre-existing prejudice,” he said, “and only when we create the need within ourselves to hate, do we then develop reasons to justify our hatred.
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  13. malta
    • 2009 January 5, Jennifer 8. Lee And Cara Buckley, “For Privacy’s Sake, Taking Risks to End Pregnancy”, New York Times:
      Ms. Dominguez, two or three months pregnant, went to a friend’s apartment and swallowed the pills one by one, washing them down with malta, a molasseslike extract sold in nearly every bodega in the neighborhood.
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  14. mazurkas
    • 2009 January 5, Anthony Tommasini, “Reopening a Pianist’s Treasury of Chopin”, New York Times:
      This reissue of recordings made by Westminster Records in the mid-1950s includes Chopin’s complete nocturnes and mazurkas, the Barcarolle, the Berceuse and the Allegro de Concert.
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  15. microblogging
    • 2009 January 5, Noam Cohen, “All a-Twitter About Stars Who Tweet”, New York Times:
      THE golfing star Natalie Gulbis recently joined the microblogging site Twitter, where she gives the public frequent updates of her life in short text messages , or tweets.
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  16. misoprostol
    • 2009 January 5, Jennifer 8. Lee And Cara Buckley, “For Privacy’s Sake, Taking Risks to End Pregnancy”, New York Times:
      The pills were misoprostol, a prescription drug that is approved by the
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  17. molasseslike
    • 2009 January 5, Jennifer 8. Lee And Cara Buckley, “For Privacy’s Sake, Taking Risks to End Pregnancy”, New York Times:
      Ms. Dominguez, two or three months pregnant, went to a friend’s apartment and swallowed the pills one by one, washing them down with malta, a molasseslike extract sold in nearly every bodega in the neighborhood.
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  18. monthlies
  19. myelodysplasia
  20. onsides
  21. overinvested
  22. pageantries
    • 2009 January 5, Sam Dagher And Mudhafer Al-husaini, “Bomber at Iraqi Shrine Kills 40, Including 16 Iranian Pilgrims”, New York Times:
      The occasion is marked with fervent prayers and laments, pageantries that recreate the battle of Karbala and rituals of chest-beating and self-flagellation with chains. Each year, the Iraqi government mobilizes large numbers of troops and imposes strict security measures to protect Muharram rituals from attacks.
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  23. perennialization
    • 2009 January 5, Wes Jackson And Wendell Berry, “A 50-Year Farm Bill”, New York Times:
      In fact, research in Canada, Australia, China and the United States over the last 30 years suggests that perennialization of the major grain crops like wheat, rice, sorghum and sunflowers can be developed in the foreseeable future.
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  24. pianism
  25. pianistic
  26. pickfest
    • 2009 January 5, Harvey Araton, “Dolphins’ Future Hinges on Parcells”, New York Times:
      But will Sunday’s pickfest raise doubts with Dolphins fans — and the team’s upper management — about whether Pennington has enough of an arm to make the ultimate postseason run? • This may depend on the identity of the biggest fish in the Miami front office.
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  27. scorchingly
  28. semiretirement
    • 2009 January 5, Anthony Tommasini, “Reopening a Pianist’s Treasury of Chopin”, New York Times:
      In 1957, tired of traveling on the concert circuit and beginning to experience insecurity about memorization, Reisenberg went into semiretirement.
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  29. sustainment
    • 2009 January 5, “U.S. Labor Looks to Obama for Help”, New York Times:
      Otherwise, the sustainment or creation of jobs is seriously imperiled. We need to strike a balance between labor’s agenda and labor’s competitiveness.
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  30. ultrahorror
    • 2009 January 5, Janet Maslin, “They Vacuum Maggots, Don’t They? Novel Delves Into the Trauma Cleaning Trade”, New York Times:
      Web is a “piece of damaged goods who spends the bulk of his time slacking on the couch in his roommate’s tattoo parlor.” This would seem to confine Web’s appeal to his fellow slackers, to his fellow readers of publications like Fangoria (“folded open to an article about a new wave of Eastern European ultrahorror DVDs”) or to those unfazed by graphic nipple-piercing as a casual part of the tattoo parlor’s background atmosphere.
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  31. undertipping
    • 2009 January 5, “Cheap Books on the Web? No Need for Angst”, New York Times:
      28): David Streitfeld faces a moral quandary of biblical (or Seinfeldian) proportions when considering whether to buy a book on the Internet at less than face value. To those who have read a letter to an ethics columnist from a wayward tax filer or one paralyzed by the thought of undertipping his barista, it is clear that America has lost its moral compass. For those of us without money to burn (our ranks swell by the hour), finding a book on the Web for less than a buck induces a feeling less like nausea and more like relief! Perhaps Mr. Streitfeld should think of the Internet as one big garage (or stoop) sale, stretching far into the distance.
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  32. unnegotiability
    • 2009 January 5, Stephanie Clifford, “Prominent Magazines Lose Weight, Shedding Nearly Half Their Ads”, New York Times:
      “Some clients cutting back on their budgets makes it that much worse.” Unlike other publishers, Condé Nast is known for being inflexible on ad prices. “The problem now is that some advertising agencies have come to realize that with the unnegotiability of Condé Nast’s titles, and the broader demographic group that are associated with the more mid- and downscale brands, you don’t have to buy Condé Nast,” said Steve Greenberger, chief executive of the advertising firm S.
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  33. unprettily
    • 2009 January 5, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      He bawls earnestly and unprettily — though often with the telltale sound of Auto-Tune — in the tradition of Britpop, even quoting an Oasis lyric. “Glasvegas” reached No.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. dashboarded -> only one other mention in this sense; no uses
    • 2009 January 5, John Branch, “Bull Riders Wait All Day for a Few Seconds of Fury”, New York Times:
      That procedure followed a head-to-head run-in with a bull — a brutally common collision known among riders as being jerked down or, more graphically, dashboarded.
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  2. mamon -> seems to be Spanish only
    • 2009 January 5, Jennifer 8. Lee And Cara Buckley, “For Privacy’s Sake, Taking Risks to End Pregnancy”, New York Times:
      Together, they found reports of women mixing malted beverages with aspirin, salt or nutmeg; throwing themselves down stairs or having people punch them in the stomach; and drinking teas of avocado leaf, pine wood, oak bark and mamon fruit peel.
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  3. mangenuity -> protologism; no other durable cites
    • 2009 January 5, Harvey Araton, “Dolphins’ Future Hinges on Parcells”, New York Times:
      Pennington’s first-year coach, Tony Sparano, hailed him as “a real trooper” and as “my guy,” but Eric Mangini made similar declarations of fidelity two years ago, when Pennington’s moxie and the rookie head coach’s mangenuity made the Jets look like a team on the rise.
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