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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-07 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: 84522
  • Total valid lowercase tokens: 62573
  • Total unique types: 8276
  • Initial new-word count (before removal of lemma duplicates, typos, etc.): 68 (~0.822%)

2009-01-07[edit]

  1. affogato
    • 2009 January 7, Oliver Schwaner-albrigh, “A Neighborhood Feel Despite Its Pedigree”, New York Times:
      One couple spent much of a recent weekday afternoon working their way through breakfast, a small pile of European newspapers and an affogato ($5) with ice cream from Il Laboratorio del Gelato.
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  2. androstenedione
  3. anticopying
    • 2009 January 7, Marlena Spieler, “Saving a Squirrel by Eating One”, New York Times:
      Apple said it would begin selling song downloads without anticopying measures and change its pricing structure.
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  4. antioxidized
    • 2009 January 7, Frank Bruni, “Off the Avenue, Virtue Gets a Sexy Dress”, New York Times:
      The same fruity, nutty, seedy notes pop up too often: during one meal I felt tyrannized by pomegranate, antioxidized to a fare-thee-well.
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  5. avgolemono
  6. brewmaster
    • 2009 January 7, Eric Asimov, “Roll Out the Barrel, Open Your Wallet”, New York Times:
      Garrett Oliver, the brewmaster at the Brooklyn Brewery, cites the high cost of labor and storage for these beers, which are made by hand in small lots.
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  7. bulgingly
  8. camelina
    • 2009 January 7, Matthew L. Wald, “A Move Toward Veggie Power Aloft”, New York Times:
      Another possibility is camelina, which produces a tiny, mustardlike seed from which oil can be extracted, It does not require extensive fertilization.
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  9. chilies
    • 2009 January 7, Mark Bittman, “Fresh Start for a New Year? Let’s Begin in the Kitchen”, New York Times:
      But some that you might think about using more frequently include cardamom (try a tiny bit in your next coffee cake, apple cake, spice cake or rice pilaf); ground cumin (a better starting place in chili — in fact, in many bean dishes — than chili powder); fennel seeds (these will give a Provençal flavor to any tomato sauce or soup; grind them first, or not); an assortment of dried chilies (I store them all together, because dried chipotles make the rest of them slightly smoky); fresh — or at least dried — ginger, which is lovely grated over most vegetables; pimentón, the smoked Spanish red pepper that is insanely popular in restaurants but still barely making inroads among home cooks; and good curry powder.
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  10. circulator
    • 2009 January 7, Frank Bruni, “Off the Avenue, Virtue Gets a Sexy Dress”, New York Times:
      It also has the right partner: an egg cooked to silky perfection in an immersion circulator.
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  11. confit
    • 2009 January 7, Florence Fabricant, “Pairings”, New York Times:
      2 cups long-grain rice 1 confit duck leg and thigh, skinned and boned 1 tablespoon soy sauce Freshly ground black pepper 2 tablespoons peanut oil 4 ounces smoked country bacon, diced 1 medium-size onion, finely chopped 2 teaspoons garam masala or curry powder 2 large eggs, lightly beaten Salt to taste 4 scallions, trimmed and minced.
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  12. distributorship
    • 2009 January 7, Douglas Martin, “G. Grinberg, Watch Baron, Dies at 77”, New York Times:
      When two other refugees asked him to help set up a Piaget distributorship in New York, he jumped at the chance.
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  13. fleischnacke
    • 2009 January 7, Frank Bruni, “Off the Avenue, Virtue Gets a Sexy Dress”, New York Times:
      Unpronounceable but irresistible, the rabbit fleischnacke rolls chestnut pasta around tender meat.
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  14. fregola
    • 2009 January 7, Frank Bruni, “Off the Avenue, Virtue Gets a Sexy Dress”, New York Times:
      Main courses of duck “en cocotte” with quince and fregola and guinea hen are both expertly cooked.
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  15. gelatos
    • 2009 January 7, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      Looking Ahead BOMBOLONI In April, David Ruggerio will open this storefront serving homemade gelatos in fresh pizzelle cones, and bomboloni (doughnuts) with various fillings: 187 Columbus Avenue (67th Street).
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  16. hammed
  17. jus
    • 2009 January 7, Marlena Spieler, “Saving a Squirrel by Eating One”, New York Times:
      RARE roast beef splashed with meaty jus, pork enrobed in luscious crackling fat, perhaps a juicy, plump chicken ...
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  18. minke
  19. musicale
  20. mustardlike
    • 2009 January 7, Matthew L. Wald, “A Move Toward Veggie Power Aloft”, New York Times:
      Another possibility is camelina, which produces a tiny, mustardlike seed from which oil can be extracted, It does not require extensive fertilization.
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  21. nonbelieving
    • 2009 January 7, Sarah Lyall, “Atheists Decide to Send Their Own Message, on 800 Buses”, New York Times:
      But when Ariane Sherine, a comedy writer, looked on the Web site in June, she was startled to learn that she and her nonbelieving friends were headed straight to hell, to “spend all eternity in torment.
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  22. nongovernment
  23. nonsecret
    • 2009 January 7, Ginia Bellafante, “The Show That Put the ‘Real’ in Reality TV”, New York Times:
      The bigger nonsecret secrets belong to others: Ryan, an Iraq war veteran who would prefer people not know that right away, and Katelynn, who started out life as a boy, began to live as a woman seven years ago and went to Thailand for gender reassignment surgery last summer.
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  24. officeseekers
    • 2009 January 7, Timothy Williams And Suadad Al-salhy, “This Time, Iraqis Hear and See Candidates”, New York Times:
      31 are the first in which the government has deemed it safe enough for the names, instead of simply the political affiliations, of officeseekers to appear on the ballot.
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  25. overbilled
  26. pachamanca
    • 2009 January 7, Marlena Spieler, “Step 1: Shoot or Thaw Squirrel”, New York Times:
      I considered a tagine with toasted cumin, a Malaysian curry, or perhaps a Peruvian pachamanca, a clay-pot braise, spiced with ají amarillo and fresh herbs.
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  27. parapox
    • 2009 January 7, Marlena Spieler, “Saving a Squirrel by Eating One”, New York Times:
      The grays take over the reds’ habitat, eat voraciously and harbor a virus named squirrel parapox (harmless to humans) that does not harm grays but can devastate reds.
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  28. peekytoe
    • 2009 January 7, Frank Bruni, “Off the Avenue, Virtue Gets a Sexy Dress”, New York Times:
      The best appetizer, a celery root and almond panna cotta, is a dazzler with grapefruit slices rising like magenta sails from a deck of superb peekytoe crab.
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  29. pizzelle
    • 2009 January 7, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      Looking Ahead BOMBOLONI In April, David Ruggerio will open this storefront serving homemade gelatos in fresh pizzelle cones, and bomboloni (doughnuts) with various fillings: 187 Columbus Avenue (67th Street).
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  30. preparers
  31. presumptively
    • 2009 January 7, Walter Dellinger, “City of Cold Shoulders”, New York Times:
      Burris, his appointment is presumptively lawful.
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  32. raters
    • 2009 January 7, “How Do We Fix the Financial Mess?”, New York Times:
      • To the Editor: Michael Lewis and David Einhorn write that the Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed “measures that fail to address the central problem: that the raters are paid by the issuers.
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  33. recruitments
  34. regionwide
    • 2009 January 7, Thomas L. Friedman, “The Mideast’s Ground Zero”, New York Times:
      Hamas’s overthrow of the more secular Fatah organization in Gaza in 2007 is part of a regionwide civil war between Islamists and modernists.
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  35. respent
    • 2009 January 7, Louis Uchitelle, “Economists Warm to Government Spending but Debate Its Form”, New York Times:
      Nearly every economist who spoke here agreed that a dollar invested in, say, a new transit system or in bridge repair is spent and respent more efficiently than a dollar that comes to a household in a tax cut.
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  36. retransmission
    • 2009 January 7, Tim Arango, “Time Warner and CBS Avert Programming Dispute”, New York Times:
      CBS may claim it is receiving value for its shows, while Time Warner Cable can say it is not paying for retransmission, because the money being exchanged is not explicitly for access to shows like the CBS hit “CSI”; it is in the form of a higher payment to Showtime.
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  37. shortwaves
  38. spackled
    • 2009 January 7, Ginia Bellafante, “The Show That Put the ‘Real’ in Reality TV”, New York Times:
      The show introduces cast members in different spots all over Brooklyn — Brooklyn Heights, Coney Island — as if it were a single neighborhood spackled with pizza and Junior’s cheesecake rather than a place of varied neighbors.
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  39. submarket
  40. sunchokes
    • 2009 January 7, Frank Bruni, “Off the Avenue, Virtue Gets a Sexy Dress”, New York Times:
      The one that sounds least promising, a lettuce and root vegetable cassoulet, is among the most satisfying, coaxing robust flavor from a meatless mix of carrots, sunchokes, turnips, cranberry beans and a generous measure of bread crumbs.
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  41. superbureaucrats
  42. tortoiselike
    • 2009 January 7, Ken Johnson, “It Is What It Is: Portraits of the Human Figure”, New York Times:
      With a bland touch and tortoiselike patience, he recorded arrangements of one or more bodies in drowsy repose surrounded by rugs, blankets and furniture.
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  43. underrepresentation
    • 2009 January 7, Timothy Williams And Suadad Al-salhy, “This Time, Iraqis Hear and See Candidates”, New York Times:
      Provincial councils are roughly the equivalent of state legislatures in the United States, and the balloting for them is expected to correct underrepresentation in local governments among Sunni Arabs, particularly in areas where there has been heavy insurgent and sectarian violence, including Baghdad, Anbar, Diyala and Nineveh Provinces.
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  44. uningratiating
    • 2009 January 7, Dwight Garner, “When Labels Fought the Digital, and the Digital Won”, New York Times:
      (“The business ain’t full of Martin Luther Kings,” one former music executive admits.) It’s too bad his interesting arguments and observations are wedged into such an uningratiating book.
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  45. unitarian
  46. unreviewable
    • 2009 January 7, Walter Dellinger, “City of Cold Shoulders”, New York Times:
      As we emerge from eight years of extravagant executive claims of unreviewable authority, Congress should be especially scrupulous about having a solid legal basis for controversial actions.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. leaguers -> only in compounds
    • 2009 January 7, Michael S. Schmidt, “Reliever Who Helped Phillies to Title Is Suspended for Failed Drug Test”, New York Times:
      Of the roughly 30 major leaguers who have been suspended since punitive testing for performance-enhancing drugs began in 2004, Romero and Mitre are the first to cite tainted nutritional supplements as the cause of their positive tests.
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  2. lemak -> Malay only?
    • 2009 January 7, Julia Moskin, “From Asia, Rapture in a Bowl”, New York Times:
      Coconut milk has a particular weighty creaminess, called lemak, that cooks appreciate but also treat carefully, because it can make some curries and soups too rich.
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