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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-13 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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70122 tokens ‧ 51667 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7304 types ‧ 28 (~ 0.383%) words before cleaning ‧ 23 (~ 0.315%) accepted words

2009-01-13[edit]

  1. andro
  2. anticorporate
  3. antivaccine
    • 2009 January 13, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “Book Is Rallying Resistance to the Antivaccine Crusade”, New York Times:
      A new book defending vaccines, written by a doctor infuriated at the claim that they cause autism , is galvanizing a backlash against the antivaccine movement in the United States.
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  4. biocompatible
    • 2009 January 13, Henry Fountain, “A Microscopic Tool Inspired by the Human Hand”, New York Times:
      The researchers say that there are many hurdles to overcome in using such a device inside the body, but that the work represents “a step toward the development of biocompatible, minimally invasive, autonomous microtools.
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  5. clawlike
  6. cleanings
  7. companywide
    • 2009 January 13, Julia Werdigier, “Christie’s Cuts Costs as Art Market Slows”, New York Times:
      “We have begun to implement a companywide reorganization, which includes significant staff reductions, not renewing many consultants’ contracts and the continuation of other cost-reduction initiatives, that will ensure we remain competitive and profitable in 2009,” Christie’s said in a statement on Monday, without saying how many positions might be cut or giving any further details.
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  8. hantavirus
    • 2009 January 13, Henry Fountain, “Coloring the Mice to Trace a Potential Virus”, New York Times:
      Deer mice carry a virus called Sin Nombre that causes hantavirus pulmonary syndrome , a potentially lethal lung infection, in humans.
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  9. harrowingly
    • 2009 January 13, Michael Brick, “Racing's Last Frontier”, New York Times:
      SOLDOTNA, Alaska — There was a time not long ago when this region appeared as some enduring mystification, its citizenry best known for roughnecking on the North Slope and devising harrowingly zany methods of chasing one another up and down the storied Iditarod Trail.
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  10. insiderism
  11. microgripper
  12. microtools
  13. neorealists
    • 2009 January 13, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs: Roberto Rossellini”, New York Times:
      Rossellini was one of a diverse group of filmmakers, including Luchino Visconti and Vittorio De Sica , who became known as neorealists for their determination to get out of the studio and rediscover a sense of gritty, working-class authenticity.
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  14. noncancelable
  15. nonstudio
    • 2009 January 13, David Carr, “Hollywood Night of Offbeat Choices”, New York Times:
      � a studio executive asked ruefully, referring to the celebration of nonstudio cinema held just before the Oscars in a tent on a beach in Santa Monica.
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  16. nonsubscribers
    • 2009 January 13, Laurie Goodstein, “Gay Bishop Is Asked to Say Prayer at Inaugural Event”, New York Times:
      The pay cable network HBO will broadcast the event and provide a free signal so that nonsubscribers can also watch, said Linda Douglass, the chief spokeswoman for the inaugural committee.
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  17. overdetection
  18. roughnecking
    • 2009 January 13, Michael Brick, “Racing's Last Frontier”, New York Times:
      SOLDOTNA, Alaska — There was a time not long ago when this region appeared as some enduring mystification, its citizenry best known for roughnecking on the North Slope and devising harrowingly zany methods of chasing one another up and down the storied Iditarod Trail.
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  19. scoundreldom
    • 2009 January 13, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “In Madoff, a Court Trusts”, New York Times:
      The authorities say that he admitted to stealing as much as $50 billion, which, if true, would place him at the top of financial scoundreldom.
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  20. tablemates
    • 2009 January 13, Sara Rimer, “At M.I.T., Large Lectures Are Going the Way of the Blackboard”, New York Times:
      Conferring with tablemates, calling out questions and jumping up to write formulas on the white boards are all encouraged.
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  21. ultrasmall
  22. underdetection
    • 2009 January 13, Nicholas Bakalar, “Prognosis: Left Behind in Prostate Cancer Screening”, New York Times:
      “But this study says that in these very disadvantaged men, there is underdetection and undertreatment, that the cancers are not being found early enough.
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  23. unslick
    • 2009 January 13, Michael Cieply, “Injecting a Taste of the Flush and Flashy ’80s Into Sundance”, New York Times:
      And here in the penthouse offices of Senator Entertainment, Bret Easton Ellis , another symbol of those super-slick times, is sprawled in a soft chair, wearing decidedly unslick running shoes and sweats.
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