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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-30 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-30).

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2009-01-30[edit]

  1. antiregulatory
    • 2009 January 30, “Hazardous Peanut Butters”, New York Times:
      The F.D.A., an important agency charged with protecting the food supply, was one of many hobbled by the Bush administration’s antiregulatory efforts.
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  2. ceramicists
    • 2009 January 30, Wendy Moonan, “An Old-School Collector With Ideas on Beauty”, New York Times:
      While the work of the contemporary artists in the show is avant-garde, it does not overwhelm the colorful faience made by the Faucon family, seven generations of ceramicists who operated a factory in Apt, a town in the Luberon Valley, from 1890 until 2002.
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  3. cityscapists
  4. classicized
  5. coloristic
    • 2009 January 30, Nate Chinen, “A Knotty (but Cordial) Debate”, New York Times:
      As on “Pendulum,” Mr. Liebman and Mr. Brecker are working this week with a coloristic but aggressive rhythm section and tackling a mix of standards and originals.
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  6. correctitude
    • 2009 January 30, Ian Buruma, “Totally Tolerant, Up to a Point”, New York Times:
      There are such people, to be sure, but even among my fellow Dutch citizens political correctitude of this kind is becoming increasingly rare.
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  7. dinosaurlike
    • 2009 January 30, Karen Rosenberg, “Children’s Television, Tenderly Subverted”, New York Times:
      The segments featuring children are linked, tenuously, by the main character’s mock-therapeutic dialogue with the puppet, a red dinosaurlike creature with an exotic accent.
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  8. easefully
    • 2009 January 30, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      MARSHALL GILKES QUINTET (Tuesday through Thursday) The resourceful young trombonist Marshall Gilkes recently released an album, “Lost Worlds” (Alternate Side), remarkable for both his easefully modern compositions and for the cohesion of this ensemble, which includes the trumpeter Michael Rodriguez and the pianist Jon Cowherd.
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  9. equitability
    • 2009 January 30, Lynnley Browning, “A Rich Income in ’06 Was $263 Million”, New York Times:
      The rising wealth of the nation’s richest taxpayers will most likely intensify debate among tax and policy analysts about the equitability of the tax code, which analysts say favors the ultrawealthy.
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  10. flamelike
    • 2009 January 30, Wendy Moonan, “An Old-School Collector With Ideas on Beauty”, New York Times:
      The Faucons invented a new flamelike faience (introduced at the Art Deco fair in Paris in 1925), along with a cobalt blue that never existed before, and laboriously attached exquisite hand-carved floral, vegetal and figurative earthenware decorations to the traditional forms.
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  11. illusionistic
    • 2009 January 30, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The painted frames are marked by geometric patterns, intricate wood construction and, in some cases, illusionistic elements that enhance the play of light and color.
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  12. longcase
    • 2009 January 30, Wendy Moonan, “An Old-School Collector With Ideas on Beauty”, New York Times:
      His stellar collection includes a 17th-century Flemish cabinet-on-stand veneered with turtle shell, ebony and bone; an extremely rare Louis XIV Boulle longcase clock commissioned for the palace at Versailles; a Louis XVI fall-front desk by Jean-Henri Riesener; a George II japanned chinoiserie tea table; a garniture of floral Qing dynasty porcelain vases with Louis XV bronze mounts; and a Regency medals cabinet-on-stand veneered with precious woods.
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  13. misjumps
  14. monsignor
    • 2009 January 30, Laurie Goodstein, “Grand Jury Investigates Los Angeles Priest Cases”, New York Times:
      It involves two brothers who say they were molested by a monsignor in the 1970’s, when the cardinal was auxiliary bishop in Fresno.
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    • We need an English entry for this; the current one is only in Italian. JesseW 07:11, 31 January 2009 (UTC)
  15. multitiered
  16. multitracked
  17. overextension
    • 2009 January 30, Floyd Norris, “Global Credit Squeeze Is Felt Unevenly”, New York Times:
      Private allocation of credit played a major role in the extraordinary world growth of the last quarter-century, but that system blew up when financial innovation led to a huge overextension of credit to borrowers with dubious ability to repay, whether they were subprime mortgage borrowers or highly leveraged companies.
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  18. raftlike
  19. rustlings
  20. salesroom
    • 2009 January 30, Carol Vogel, “Turner and a Few Others Succeed at Slow Sales”, New York Times:
      “For great things there’s still a lot of money,” said Mr. Feigen, who sat in the front of Sotheby’s salesroom watching the morning’s proceedings.
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  21. sonero
    • 2009 January 30, Ben Ratliff, “Salsa, Timba and a Dance-Happy String Quartet”, New York Times:
      There was urgency in the sonero sections of the gig, when the singers Manolo Mairena and Alex Alvear broke out of the chorus to ad-lib.
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  22. spycraft
    • 2009 January 30, Eric Lichtblau, “Jailed C.I.A. Mole Kept Spying for Russia, U.S. Says”, New York Times:
      Prosecutors said he “trained and tasked” his son in spycraft from his cell beginning in 2006, and helped the son meet Russian handlers in Mexico, Peru and Cyprus to pass on information intended to help Russian agents evade detection, prosecutors said.
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  23. timba
  24. tumbao
  25. ultrawealthy
    • 2009 January 30, Lynnley Browning, “A Rich Income in ’06 Was $263 Million”, New York Times:
      The rising wealth of the nation’s richest taxpayers will most likely intensify debate among tax and policy analysts about the equitability of the tax code, which analysts say favors the ultrawealthy.
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  26. undercapitalized
    • 2009 January 30, Eric Dash, “Few Ways to Recover Bonuses to Bankers”, New York Times:
      But to win, plaintiffs must show that the executives did not earn their bonuses and that the companies that made payments were undercapitalized.
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  27. unretire
    • 2009 January 30, Dave Itzkoff, “Hey, Man. Where Have You Guys Been?”, New York Times:
      “It’s like all of a sudden you get to unretire and play in the N.B.A. ,” Mr. Marin said.
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  28. unstretched
    • 2009 January 30, Roberta Smith, “Bonnard Late in Life, Searching for the Light”, New York Times:
      Working simultaneously on several unstretched canvases tacked directly to the wall, he painted largely from memory with the help of quick sketches and watercolors, burnishing his motifs until they approached incandescence.
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  29. untargeted
    • 2009 January 30, David Brooks, “Cleaner and Faster”, New York Times:
      The resulting package is part temporary and part permanent, part timely and part untimely, part targeted and part untargeted.
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  30. worrisomely
    • 2009 January 30, The New York Times, “Classical and Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      But in the Met’s revival of Mary Zimmerman ’s 2007 production of this Donizetti work, they give almost the classic definition of uneven performances: sometimes wondrously beautiful, sometimes worrisomely shaky.
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  31. zapateo
    • 2009 January 30, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      His aptly named group benefits from the presence of Freddy Huevito Lobatón, a percussionist as well as a dancer in the zapateo style.
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    • We need an English entry; only current entry is in Spanish. JesseW 07:11, 31 January 2009 (UTC)

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