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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-17 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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2009-01-17[edit]

  1. barristering
    • 2009 January 17, Helen T. Verongos, “John Mortimer, Barrister and Writer Who Created Rumpole, Dies at 85”, New York Times:
      Somehow, despite the demands of his chosen careers — a “schizoid business of being a writer who had barristering as a day job,” he said — Mr. Mortimer also found time to pursue his lifelong interest in women, write for newspapers and keep up the garden nurtured by his father, Clifford Mortimer, whose outsize shadow remained with him all his life.
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  2. cordoning
    • 2009 January 17, Alan Feuer, “Odd Sight, Well Worth a Walk in the Cold”, New York Times:
      “Something like this,” by Friday afternoon, had the look and feel of an enormous crime scene, with yellow police tape cordoning off River Terrace in Battery Park City and more than a dozen fire engines parked with lights flashing up and down the block.
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  3. courtesanship
    • 2009 January 17, Ginia Bellafante, “She Rents Herself to Buy the Good Things in Life”, New York Times:
      The first season also failed to produce a narrative arc — it strung together clichés that looped no place — ending with Belle realizing that she wasn’t made for the next level of her profession: courtesanship.
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  4. crossers
    • 2009 January 17, Randal C. Archibold, “Border Plan Will Address Harm Done at Fence Site”, New York Times:
      The fence construction and related roads and equipment for detecting illegal border crossers directly affect 200 to 300 miles of Interior Department land along the fence route and some of the most environmentally sensitive sites in the region.
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  5. exploitive
    • 2009 January 17, William C. Rhoden, “University Sells Itself During Playoffs”, New York Times:
      The University of Phoenix, a for-profit educational institution, has turned the traditional relationship between athletics and higher education on its head, reducing it to its commercially exploitive essence.
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  6. favorability
    • 2009 January 17, Megan Thee-brenan, “Poll Finds Disapproval of Bush Unwavering”, New York Times:
      Vice President Dick Cheney ’s favorability rating in the new poll is 13 percent, the lowest of his time in office.
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  7. festivalgoers
    • 2009 January 17, Michael Cieply, “The Films Are Green, but Is Sundance?”, New York Times:
      Outside the Filmmakers Lodge, a central gathering spot for Sundance participants, a sign assured festivalgoers: “Electricity used for all venues and theaters is offset by clean, renewable wind energy.
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  8. flickery
    • 2009 January 17, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Watch Out for That Pickax; It’s Hurtling From the Screen”, New York Times:
      In the way of small towns, Tom’s ex-girlfriend Sarah (Jaime King), is now married to his former best friend and current town sheriff, Axel (the singularly narcotic Kerr Smith), though her eyes still do this weird, flickery thing whenever she looks at Tom.
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  9. grrrl
    • 2009 January 17, Jon Caramanica, “Beneath the Teasing Lyrics, a Lonely and Sorrowful Heart”, New York Times:
      There are 10 songs on Ida Maria’s debut album, “Fortress Round My Heart” (Upper 11), already out in Europe; it will be released in the United States this spring, and the singer — wearing a tight, beaded and fringed gold dress that suggested part flapper, part riot grrrl — didn’t even bother with three of them in her half-hour set, including the album highlight, the appealingly dark “Forgive Me. �
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  10. hoodlumism
  11. kordiamin
  12. nonelite
    • 2009 January 17, Gail Collins, “Imagining the Inaugural”, New York Times:
      For the nonelite, seeing the inauguration in Washington involves standing on the Mall, shivering and staring at a JumboTron in the company of many, many, many brand-new new acquaintances.
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  13. nonvulnerable
  14. petroproducts
    • 2009 January 17, Michael Cieply, “The Films Are Green, but Is Sundance?”, New York Times:
      If Expressjet found takers, the flight would get its passengers here in plenty of time for the Sunday evening screening of “Crude,” about the struggle between Ecuador’s indigenous people and the Chevron Corporation over toxic oil waste left behind by the makers of petroproducts like those that fly the planes, not to mention those fueling the limousines and rental cars that make the nearly 40-mile run to Park City from the Salt Lake airport.
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  15. plexiglass
    • 2009 January 17, Michael Cieply, “The Films Are Green, but Is Sundance?”, New York Times:
      A new concept car from Honda — a hydrogen-powered vehicle — sat inside the walls of a just-completed plexiglass tent at the corner of Seventh and Main Streets in the heart of downtown Park City, promoting the green pleasures of its energy conservation.
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  16. preboom
  17. upcourt

Sequestered[edit]

  1. goosey
    • 2009 January 17, Alina Tugend, “Portfolio in Ruins, It’s Time to Pay for Summer Camp”, New York Times:
      So while my summers were probably a little more unstructured than my sons’, it was not all loosey goosey.
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  2. loosey
    • 2009 January 17, Alina Tugend, “Portfolio in Ruins, It’s Time to Pay for Summer Camp”, New York Times:
      So while my summers were probably a little more unstructured than my sons’, it was not all loosey goosey.
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