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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-09 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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  • Recognized tokens: 91467
  • Valid lowercase tokens: 67071
  • Unique types: 8603
  • Initial new-word count (before cleanup): 54 (~0.628%)

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  1. agammaglobulinemia
  2. antipeople
  3. assaultive
  4. biotechs
  5. bottlenecking
    • 2009 January 9, Roberta Smith, “Where Outsiders Come in From the Cold”, New York Times:
      Word has it that the space is scheduled to become a large restaurant, which befits its locale, size, charm and hourglass, bottlenecking layout.
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  6. buttercreams
  7. cramdown
    • 2009 January 9, Carl Hulse, “Citi Reaches Deal With Lawmakers on Home Loans”, New York Times:
      The coalition — a group of major trade associations and lenders like Bank of America , JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo & #151; also fought to block the so-called cramdown legislation last year.
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  8. crosshatchings
  9. desultorily
    • 2009 January 9, A. O. Scott, “Godard’s ’60s Policier, Set in Atlantic City, France”, New York Times:
      Karina plays Paula, a fetchingly dressed young woman desultorily investigating the disappearance of her boyfriend Richard, whose last name is drowned out by sound effects every time it is uttered.
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  10. downsizings
  11. dreamlessly
    • 2009 January 9, Claudia La Rocco, “Ferocious Visions From a Pride of Lionesses”, New York Times:
      The cast was excellent, especially Savina Theodorou, whose mien suggested that she could kill a man in the morning and sleep dreamlessly that night.
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  12. goateed
    • 2009 January 9, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      (Chinen) DIZZY GILLESPIE ALL-STAR BIG BAND (Monday) Bebop’s goateed ambassador did some of his best work with big bands, a fact that this one, led by his former trombonist Slide Hampton, happily exploits.
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  13. gosu
    • 2009 January 9, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      (Petrusich) CHAE SOO JUNG/NOREUMMACHI ENSEMBLE (Sunday) The master singer Chae Soo Jung, from Korea, performs pansori, a form of Korean music in which a single vocalist (a sorrikkun) and a single drummer (a gosu) work together to tell ancient — often epic — stories.
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  14. hatchwork
    • 2009 January 9, Ken Johnson, “A Painter of Flags Unfurls His Emotions, Slowly”, New York Times:
      Drawings, paintings and prints based on the theme of the four seasons from the mid-80s are like scrapbooks or bulletin boards where souvenirs of his long career have accumulated in the form of miniature versions of the flag, the hatchwork pattern, the handprint that puns on the hand of a clock and other images from his repertory of signs and symbols.
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  15. hintermost
    • 2009 January 9, Roberta Smith, “Where Outsiders Come in From the Cold”, New York Times:
      (The hintermost space of the Puck ground floor is a potential Siberia worthy of being sighted from Sarah Palin ’s kitchen.) The Outsider Art Fair’s new setting is art-fair generic in style.
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  16. jockocracy
    • 2009 January 9, Harvey Araton, “In an Imperfect World, the Bowl System Is O.K.”, New York Times:
      But isn’t it hilarious when people cite Barack Obama ’s televised opinion in favor of a playoff as anything more than a drive-by campaign schmooze with the American jockocracy?
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  17. mannequinlike
    • 2009 January 9, Carol Vogel, “On the Block: Berlin Street Scene”, New York Times:
      The canvases share many of the same compositional and stylistic elements — both depict mannequinlike passers-by, with a man peering into a shop window on the right — but in the Sotheby’s painting, two female figures are staring straight ahead rather than in profile.
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  18. multireedists
    • 2009 January 9, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      Among the others on board are the multireedists Marty Ehrlich and Ohad Talmor and the trombonist Jacob Garchik.
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  19. multiteam
    • 2009 January 9, Harvey Araton, “In an Imperfect World, the Bowl System Is O.K.”, New York Times:
      Not that I am advocating a multiteam playoff for the college game, changing from my long-held position that any sport creating this much furor over something that has nothing to do with performance-enhancing drugs or the police must be doing something right.
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  20. neotraditional
    • 2009 January 9, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Ricky Scaggs is also a virtuoso of sorts, playing both traditional and neotraditional bluegrass.
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  21. notarios
    • 2009 January 9, John Schwartz, “Ruling Says Deportation Cases May Not Be Appealed Over Lawyer Errors”, New York Times:
      The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said in an opinion last year that all too often “vulnerable immigrants are preyed upon by unlicensed notarios and unscrupulous appearance attorneys who extract heavy fees in exchange for false promises and shoddy, ineffective representation.
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  22. nougatine
    • 2009 January 9, Basil Katz, “Gaston Len��, Who Built a Culinary Brand, Is Dead at 88”, New York Times:
      The Opéra, an almond bread with coffee cream and chocolate frosting; the Succès, an almond meringue cake with nougatine and almond praline; and the Feuille d’Automne, a cake composed of almond and vanilla meringue with dark chocolate mousse — are all original Lenôtre recipes.
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  23. outdueling
    • 2009 January 9, Thayer Evans, “In Matchup of Star Quarterbacks, Tebow Steals Spotlight”, New York Times:
      And on college football’s grandest stage Thursday night, Tebow put an exclamation on his original subtle point by outdueling Bradford in the Gators’ 24-14 victory for their second national championship of his three-year career.
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  24. outsiderish
  25. outsourcers
  26. overcounts
    • 2009 January 9, “Census Crunch Time”, New York Times:
      That’s because an inaccurate census generally overcounts people who tend to fit the Republican profile — white, English-speaking and suburban — and to undercount diverse, mobile urban populations.
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  27. pansori
    • 2009 January 9, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      (Petrusich) CHAE SOO JUNG/NOREUMMACHI ENSEMBLE (Sunday) The master singer Chae Soo Jung, from Korea, performs pansori, a form of Korean music in which a single vocalist (a sorrikkun) and a single drummer (a gosu) work together to tell ancient — often epic — stories.
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  28. patroller
  29. policier
    • 2009 January 9, A. O. Scott, “Godard’s ’60s Policier, Set in Atlantic City, France”, New York Times:
      “Made in U.S.A.,” a 1966 quasi policier starting a two-week run at Film Forum on Friday, is dedicated to “Nick and Sam,” as in Nicholas Ray and Samuel Fuller , Hollywood mavericks who were objects of filial awe and Oedipal aggression for Mr.
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  30. postholiday
    • 2009 January 9, Stephanie Rosenbloom, “Holiday Sales Were Dismal, Data Shows”, New York Times:
      We’ve now entered into the postholiday period, where consumers buy based on desire rather than need.
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  31. reattaching
  32. reinventor
    • 2009 January 9, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      This run might find that balance, but it could also tip too far either way, given the styles of the saxophonist Javon Jackson (a reverential type) and the drummer Andrew Cyrille (a reinventor).
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  33. shrinelike
    • 2009 January 9, Roberta Smith, “Where Outsiders Come in From the Cold”, New York Times:
      Keep a special eye out for Stephen Palmer (1882-1965), a Wisconsin farmer who, after becoming bedridden, turned out shrinelike portraits of Jesus and other religious figures framed in bright curvilinear plant patterns that suggest fancy, demonic playing cards.
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  34. soloistic
  35. superficialities
  36. tradewinds
    • 2009 January 9, Larry Dorman, “Singh and Woods Find Link Beyond Game”, New York Times:
      But then Vijay Singh ’s opening tee shot in Thursday’s first round of the Mercedes-Benz Championship at the Kapalua Resort started curving left, riding the 20-mile-an-hour tradewinds into the knee-high native grasses bordering the widest fairway in golf at the Plantation Course’s first hole.
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  37. truffled
    • 2009 January 9, Basil Katz, “Gaston Len��, Who Built a Culinary Brand, Is Dead at 88”, New York Times:
      He rejuvenated pastry making in the early 1960s and then created a worldwide group of 60 boutiques in 12 countries, which can cater to every whim, from truffled pâté for 25,000 guests, to a banquet for the queen of England, all with French flair, service and decorum.
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  38. ultradistinct
    • 2009 January 9, Alastair Macaulay, “Toymaker and Trickster Charm Again”, New York Times:
      Coppélius and Merrill Ashley as Dawn) left an indelible impression not just because they were superb but because the lighting made them ultradistinct.
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  39. ultrafundamentalist
    • 2009 January 9, Elisabeth Bumiller, “Major Push Is Needed to Save Afghanistan, General Says”, New York Times:
      “It doesn’t want to see Sunni extremists or certainly ultrafundamentalist extremists running Afghanistan any more than other folks do,” he said, while acknowledging that the United States and Iran have “some pretty substantial points of conflict out there as well.
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  40. unchartered
    • 2009 January 9, David Brooks, “The Confidence Surplus”, New York Times:
      Obama is compelled to jump into unchartered territory, with no compass or guide.
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  41. uninsulated
    • 2009 January 9, Billie Cohen, “More Than a Warm Memory”, New York Times:
      These people are buying stoves that their grandparents depended on to keep them warm in cold winters in an uninsulated house.
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  42. unposed
    • 2009 January 9, Karen Rosenberg, “Portraits Taken by the Writer as a Young Woman (in Hard Times)”, New York Times:
      Her pictures were casual, mostly unposed snapshots; any pathos feels less intended.
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  43. unreadiness
    • 2009 January 9, “Census Crunch Time”, New York Times:
      This page has issued many warnings about the bureau’s state of unreadiness, as have members of Congress and advocates for groups that tend to be undercounted in a less-than-robust census, especially racial and ethnic minorities, immigrants, the poor and the disabled.
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  44. unserious
    • 2009 January 9, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      The band’s songs, which can be deliciously unserious, are as memorable as they are charming.
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  45. upbringings
    • 2009 January 9, Dwight Garner, “Perfect Neighbors, Perfect Strangers”, New York Times:
      Baszile’s unhappiness came from the fact that her parents — particularly her father, who suffered under Jim Crow — did not want to hear her complain; they had both had far more difficult upbringings.
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  46. viselike
    • 2009 January 9, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      What they share, apart from their Texas roots, is a viselike grasp of hard-bop fundamentals and an easy affinity for funk.
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  47. wiling
    • 2009 January 9, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      (Roslyn Sulcas) DANCE ON CAMERA (Friday through Sunday) Whether your tastes tend toward Busby Berkeley, Russian ballerinas, new media, flamenco or something else, you’ll most likely find more than a few film offerings worthy of wiling away an afternoon for — or three.
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