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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-16 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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2009-01-16[edit]

  1. analogizing
    • 2009 January 16, Ginia Bellafante, “A Daffy Suburban Family Comes Out of 3 Closets”, New York Times:
      Repulsion over polygamy is so ingrained in the American consciousness — analogizing it to slavery, the Republican platform of 1856 called it one of the country’s “twin relics of barbarism” — that judgmentally reveling in the exotic perversions of “Big Love” feels like something on the order of a national right.
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  2. antojitos
    • 2009 January 16, Marian Burros, “Penn Quarter’s International Flavor”, New York Times:
      At this little-plates restaurant, where tapas are called antojitos, even the salads are refreshingly different: slices of chayote topped with crumbled queso fresco and sprinkled with crushed peanuts in a hibiscus dressing.
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  3. buraku
  4. carnivalesque
    • 2009 January 16, Austin Considine, “A Return to Kitsch Mountain”, New York Times:
      Separated by a winding five-mile road but unified in spirit, they embody all that is carnivalesque, yet comfortable, about an old roadside souvenir shop — just supersized.
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  5. crosschecking
    • 2009 January 16, Dave Caldwell, “Goalie Takes a Long Trip to Reach the N.H.L.”, New York Times:
      He picked up a roughing penalty for crosschecking Montreal’s Andrei Kostitsyn to the ice Tuesday after Kostitsyn hit Boston defenseman Aaron Ward from behind.
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  6. dirgelike
    • 2009 January 16, Holland Cotter, “Black History, Alive in Washington”, New York Times:
      Her “Coronation Theme: Organon,” made of black stereo speakers stacked up to the ceiling, sends dirgelike royal fanfares laced with the noise of shouting crowds shuddering through the room.
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  7. disinvesting
    • 2009 January 16, Kate Zernike, “Students Covering Bigger Share of Costs of College”, New York Times:
      “The institutions whose primary mission is teaching — the masters and community colleges and bachelors colleges, are slowly disinvesting in the teaching function,” Ms. Wellman said.
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  8. downpayment
    • 2009 January 16, “A Way Out of Gaza?”, New York Times:
      With the support of the new American president, he or she must make an early downpayment on peace by ending settlement construction, cooperating seriously with Mr. Abbas and improving the lives of all Palestinians in the West Bank and in Gaza.
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  9. grottolike
    • 2009 January 16, Cindy Hirschfeld, “No Home for Squares”, New York Times:
      The master bathroom includes a four-foot-deep, grottolike soaking tub, and, thanks to a large skylight, the marble-lined shower is clearly visible to anyone who might look down from the balcony of the guest room one floor above.
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  10. kabocha
    • 2009 January 16, Marian Burros, “Penn Quarter’s International Flavor”, New York Times:
      And succulent scallops are paired with a purée of kabocha squash suffused with a bit of savory pork belly, all tied together with yellow curry sauce.
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  11. kulcha
    • 2009 January 16, Marian Burros, “Penn Quarter’s International Flavor”, New York Times:
      The raita is one of the best in town; goat-cheese kulcha is an unusual and tasty take on Indian bread.
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  12. mechanists
    • 2009 January 16, David Brooks, “An Economy of Faith and Trust”, New York Times:
      The economic spirit of a people cannot be manipulated in as simple-minded a fashion as the Keynesian mechanists imagine.
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  13. mezze
    • 2009 January 16, Marian Burros, “Penn Quarter’s International Flavor”, New York Times:
      Beware the warm, pouffed-up pitas, served with a beautifully seasoned olive oil: they are as addictive as potato chips and perfect for nibbling while poring over the intriguing selection of Greek, Turkish and Lebanese mezze.
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  14. monodrama
    • 2009 January 16, “Classical and Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      ‘LILY’ (Friday and Saturday) The Dicapo Opera Theater presents the world premiere of “Lily,” a monodrama composed and performed by the mezzo-soprano Audrey Babcock, who was inspired by the music of Kurt Weill .
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  15. nondelegation
    • 2009 January 16, John Schwartz, “Some Ask if Bailout Is Unconstitutional”, New York Times:
      “As far as we can tell, Congress has never delegated so much power to an executive agency with so little to constrain the agency’s discretion,” the memorandum concluded, calling the result “a classic violation of the nondelegation principle.
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  16. nonelection
    • 2009 January 16, Adam Nagourney And Jim Rutenberg, “Spirit of Bipartisanship Spreads to Consultants”, New York Times:
      In nonelection years — the “off season” for political consultants — Democratic and Republican strategists have worked together on corporate accounts before, but the amount of teaming up now is striking, even to some of Washington’s oldest hands.
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  17. nonlocal
    • 2009 January 16, Holland Cotter, “Black History, Alive in Washington”, New York Times:
      In 1967 the Smithsonian Institution set up a satellite exhibition and research center here, the Anacostia Community Museum, which defines community in a nonlocal way.
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  18. nonpresidential
    • 2009 January 16, Carol Vogel, “In Capital Museums: That Patriotic Spirit”, New York Times:
      For those interested in an exhibition of a nonpresidential nature, on view in the east building is “Pompeii and the Roman Villa: Art and Culture Around the Bay of Naples,” which includes about 150 paintings, sculptures and mosaics created around the first century B.C. from the richly decorated villas of the Naples coast.
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  19. outlandishness
    • 2009 January 16, Austin Considine, “A Return to Kitsch Mountain”, New York Times:
      Mini-golf and go-cart parks had exploded, each striving to outdo its literally dozens of competitors in outlandishness.
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  20. raita
    • 2009 January 16, Marian Burros, “Penn Quarter’s International Flavor”, New York Times:
      The raita is one of the best in town; goat-cheese kulcha is an unusual and tasty take on Indian bread.
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  21. reconceived
    • 2009 January 16, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “Tradition and Change Battle on the Mall”, New York Times:
      Once a bustling thoroughfare, the section of Pennsylvania Avenue that borders the White House has been reconceived as a pedestrian strip paved in granite and protected by guard stations to keep people at a safe distance from the president.
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  22. reinauguration
    • 2009 January 16, Edward Rothstein, “Exhibitions of a City, Outdoors and In”, New York Times:
      Now, with the city about to go through its ritual quadrennial reinauguration, you walk here with a heightened sensitivity to this democratic drama, which seems to have remained almost intact since the city’s design by the French-born architect Pierre L’Enfant (whose tomb enjoys the very same vista at Arlington, looking out over the cemetery and city).
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  23. stirrings
    • 2009 January 16, Carter Dougherty, “European Central Bank Cuts Key Rate”, New York Times:
      The reduction takes the central bank back to where it was in December 2005, when it began raising its key rate despite objections from some political figures and many economists about choking the early stirrings of a recovery in growth.
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  24. stompy
    • 2009 January 16, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND (Thursday) This Welsh five-piece plays stompy rock ’n’ roll with almost anthemic choruses and a hint of hardcore aggression — the vocalist Matt Davies has an epic scream, although he rarely employs it.
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  25. sunnily
    • 2009 January 16, Michiko Kakutani, “How Oscar Got Grouchy”, New York Times:
      The old episodes not only have a handmade, anarchic charm that underscores the show’s debts to “Laugh-In,” the Marx Brothers and vaudeville, but they also are blessedly free of the uptight, sunnily upbeat, politically correct tone that has crept into more recent incarnations.
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  26. tableside
  27. tagliatelli
    • 2009 January 16, Adam Nagourney, “Plenty of Options for Washington’s Hungry Visitors”, New York Times:
      The tagliatelli with pheasant ragout, rich and pungent, or grilled salmon with black-eyed peas can round out your night.
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  28. torturously
    • 2009 January 16, Roberta Smith, “Amid Intimate Galleries, a Jewel of a Painting Collection”, New York Times:
      Yet this sign of growth and hope is framed by a triangle of spindly wood that subtly evokes torturously stretched arms, as on the Cross.
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  29. unfaced

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