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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-20 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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  1. amlodipine
2009 January 20, Gardiner Harris, “Drug Making’s Move Abroad Stirs Concerns”, New York Times:
The same is true for dozens of other crucial medicines, including the popular allergy medicine prednisone; metformin, for diabetes ; and amlodipine, for high blood pressure .

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  1. anticlotting
2009 January 20, Gardiner Harris, “Drug Making’s Move Abroad Stirs Concerns”, New York Times:
A year ago, Baxter International and APP Pharmaceuticals split the domestic market for heparin, an anticlotting drug needed for surgery and dialysis .

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  1. buboes
2009 January 20, Claudia Dreifus, “A Front-Row Seat as a Health Care System Goes Awry”, New York Times:
I had just been reading Daniel Defoe’s “Journal of the Plague Year,” where Defoe described patients with buboes, these walnut-sized lesions from the plague.

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  1. chambira
2009 January 20, Roxana Popescu, “For Peruvians, Baskets for the U.S. Market Bring a New Way of Life”, New York Times:
SAN ANTONIO DE PINTUYACU, Peru — Women in this remote Amazon village can weave fibers from the branch of the chambira palm tree into practically anything they need — fishing nets, hammocks, purses, skirts and dental floss.

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  1. factionalized
2009 January 20, Seth Mydans And Mark Mcdonald, “Novelist Given 3 Years for Insulting Thai King”, New York Times:
He has no official political role, but he is a unifying force and peacemaker in a nation that has become increasingly factionalized and acrimonious.

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  1. gorehounds
2009 January 20, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs: Magnificent Obsession(s)”, New York Times:
THE GENETIC OPERA Darren Lynn Bousman, the director of “Saw II” through “Saw IV,” offers a musical comedy for gorehounds, set in a future where transplanted organs are subject to repossession.

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  1. meister
2009 January 20, Natalie Angier, “In ‘Geek Chic’ and Obama, New Hope for Lifting Women in Science”, New York Times:
The designated leaders so far include superstars like Harold Varmus, a Nobel laureate, and Eric Lander, genome meister.

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  1. metformin
2009 January 20, Gardiner Harris, “Drug Making’s Move Abroad Stirs Concerns”, New York Times:
The same is true for dozens of other crucial medicines, including the popular allergy medicine prednisone; metformin, for diabetes ; and amlodipine, for high blood pressure .

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  1. overleveraging
2009 January 20, John Collins Rudolf, “Banks Foreclose on Builders With Perfect Records”, New York Times:
“Yes, there was overleveraging in the industry.

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  1. overread
2009 January 20, Heather Timmons And Jeremy Kahn, “Past Graft Is Tainting New India”, New York Times:
Did we just overread and overstate our place in the world?

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  1. paleofantasy
2009 January 20, Marlene Zuk, “The Evolutionary Search for Our Perfect Past”, New York Times:
That’s just a paleofantasy about the future.

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  1. postcoital
2009 January 20, Richard A. Friedman, M.d., “Sex and Depression: In the Brain, if Not the Mind”, New York Times:
The research literature is virtually silent on sex-induced depression, but a Google search revealed several Web sites and chat rooms for something called postcoital blues.

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  1. psychiatrically
2009 January 20, Richard A. Friedman, M.d., “Sex and Depression: In the Brain, if Not the Mind”, New York Times:
He was puzzled about a 24-year-old man whom he viewed as psychiatrically healthy except for intense depression that lasted for several hours after sex.

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  1. ringgits
2009 January 20, Jennifer Pinkowski, “Growing Taste for Reef Fish Sends Their Numbers Sinking”, New York Times:
Across the street from the Port View, Malays at the famous Night Market speak with awe about the Chinese tourists who spend “a thousand ringgits a week just eating fish.

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  1. ripieno
2009 January 20, Allan Kozinn, “Shafts of Sun in Winter From the Italian Baroque”, New York Times:
And the cello concerto was strikingly different on Sunday: at Weill, the ensemble included two violinists and one violist, cellist, bassist and lutenist, but on Sunday four more violinists, a second violist and a harpsichordist were added to give the ripieno sections of the fast movements a heftier punch than the smaller group delivered.

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  1. sheltermates
2009 January 20, Trymaine Lee, “Taking Responsibility for Herself and Her Son”, New York Times:
Her sleepless nights there were haunted by the collective grumble of her sheltermates — restless and downtrodden, so many women and families — who took over slivers of the shelter’s vast open space as their own.

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  1. troctolite
2009 January 20, Kenneth Chang, “Rock Suggests Early Moon’s Fiery Core Churned a Magnetic Field”, New York Times:
But a 4. 2-billion-year-old rock named troctolite 76535, collected by Harrison Schmitt, the only trained geologist among the Apollo Moon walkers, offers a pristine view of the Moon’s early history.

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  1. unbonded
2009 January 20, Jim Robbins, “Solving Avalanches’ Mysteries”, New York Times:
“The weak layers are faceted crystals, very smooth and unbonded to each other,” almost like ball bearings, he said.

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