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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-01 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-01).

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2009-02-01[edit]

  1. anticorrosion
    • 2009 February 1, Scott Sturgis, “Oil Leaks and Other Glitches”, New York Times:
      In T.S.B. 08-055 issued on Nov. 25, Acura said some 2009 TLs and TL SH-AWD models could have front lower arm bolts that do not have enough anticorrosion coating.
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  2. bindingly
    • 2009 February 1, Thomas Mallon, “Ready for His Close-Up”, New York Times:
      The boss favored coded cables and the telephone, over which business could be conducted more quickly — and less bindingly — than it might on paper.
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  3. booklike
    • 2009 February 1, Virginia Heffernan, “Click and Jane”, New York Times:
      I kind of like that Ben is not remotely fooled by Starfall’s booklike graphics.
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  4. burgherly
    • 2009 February 1, Charles Mcgrath, “John Updike’s Mighty Pen”, New York Times:
      He lived a quiet, burgherly life in a seaside Boston suburb and seldom went to literary parties.
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  5. capper
    • 2009 February 1, Joe Queenan, “Super Bowl Suits”, New York Times:
      The real capper is when St. John starts fawning over Hugh Hefner , host of the finest Super Bowl party known to man, musing: “The question isn’t whether Hef is the hippest octogenarian on the planet.
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  6. cliffhanging
    • 2009 February 1, Clare Clark, “An Appetite for Venice”, New York Times:
      With furtive references to Gnostic gospels and a cast of characters that includes a beautiful blond novice (with whom Luciano fancies himself in love), a corrupt council of cardinals, a syphilitic doge and the brutal Cappe Nere, or secret police, all abroad in Venice’s sinister maze of watery alleyways, the scene looks set for a cliffhanging ­thriller in the style of “The Da Vinci Code.”
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  7. computerlike
  8. coppa
    • 2009 February 1, Christine Muhlke, “Aging Gracefully”, New York Times:
      The silken-textured, nutty-sweet prosciutto is named on menus from A16 in San Francisco to Blackbird in Chicago, from Otto in Manhattan to Central Michel Richard in Washington, D.C. The La Quercia range, sold in Whole Foods, has expanded to include organic and heirloom prosciuttos, as well as lardo, pancetta, speck, coppa, guanciale and an annual Acorn Edition, in which subscribers pay $3,000 to receive all the parts of the prized acorn-fed organic Berkshire meat during the year, from fresh to cured.
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  9. culaccia
    • 2009 February 1, Christine Muhlke, “Aging Gracefully”, New York Times:
      (Technically it is closest to a prosciutto addobbo : “It’s the culaccia plus the fiocco without the stinco ,” Eckhouse clarified in his warm, intelligent manner, explaining that the smaller size requires less aging time.)
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  10. cybercircle
    • 2009 February 1, Peter Baker, “New Symbol of Elite Access: E-Mail to the Chief”, New York Times:
      THE HAVES The few who can send e-mail to President Obama, whose cybercircle has been limited for security reasons, include, from left, David Axelrod, senior adviser; Rahm Emanuel, the White House chief of staff; and Robert Gibbs, the press secretary.
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  11. defendable
  12. derbygoers
    • 2009 February 1, Paul Wachter, “You Just Can’t Keep the Girls From Jamming”, New York Times:
      The national tournament, nicknamed the Northwest Knockdown, was held at Hall D in the Portland Expo Center, between the Ski Fever and Snowboard Show in Hall E (the facility’s largest hangar) and the Adidas warehouse sale in Hall C. But there was no mistaking the derbygoers among the crowds.
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  13. diseconomy
    • 2009 February 1, Michael Winerip, “Still Doing the Math, but for $100K a Year”, New York Times:
      Whether this reflects the start of a reordering of things — President Obama has promised to upgrade government service, and his stimulus package earmarks large sums for education — or is simply a short-term diseconomy, is hard to say.
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  14. disintegrator
    • 2009 February 1, Ginia Bellafante, “Lusting After Guns, and the Affections of an Ex-Boyfriend”, New York Times:
      ACCORDING to a quick Internet search, Gabrielle Anwar has appeared in close to 20 virtually unknown movies since she starred with Al Pacino in “Scent of a Woman” 17 years ago, making her role on “Burn Notice” as Fiona Glenanne — disintegrator of cocaine thugs, human traffickers, fraudulent prescription drug pushers, three-bit swindlers and other variants of Miami criminal — feel like the resurrection of a career that never made it past the tollbooth onto the highway.
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  15. eliteness
    • 2009 February 1, Peter Baker, “New Symbol of Elite Access: E-Mail to the Chief”, New York Times:
      Former President George W. Bush provided fewer opportunities for the elite to demonstrate their eliteness by virtually abandoning state dinners, but there were invitations to his Texas ranch to clear brush, a dubious distinction, perhaps, during 100-degree Crawford summers.
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  16. excellences
    • 2009 February 1, Josh Emmons, “Chalk Dust Memories”, New York Times:
      So enamored is she of their many excellences that, inspired by Tobias Wolff ’s “This Boy’s Life,” she has them write their own progress reports for her signature, disguised self-portraits to augment the impersonal grades and harried teacher evaluations that perforce fail to capture their true worth.
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  17. fictiveness
    • 2009 February 1, Charles Mcgrath, “John Updike’s Mighty Pen”, New York Times:
      Though he loved Jorge Luis Borges , he didn’t in his own work go in for Borgesian mirror games, and he was free from the postmodern anxiety about the fictiveness of fiction, the unreliability of language.
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  18. filmgoing
    • 2009 February 1, Margy Rochlin, “Keeping Things Human Size, Despite the Stars”, New York Times:
      ONE of Ken Kwapis’s earliest filmgoing memories is watching the 1962 rampaging-monster movie “King Kong vs. Godzilla” at the local drive-in with his father in Belleville, Ill. Or rather, not watching it.
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  19. fiocco
    • 2009 February 1, Christine Muhlke, “Aging Gracefully”, New York Times:
      (Technically it is closest to a prosciutto addobbo : “It’s the culaccia plus the fiocco without the stinco ,” Eckhouse clarified in his warm, intelligent manner, explaining that the smaller size requires less aging time.)
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  20. forgivably
    • 2009 February 1, Rob Walker, “Dumb and Dumber 2.0”, New York Times:
      The obvious question, which could forgivably take the form of a plaintive howl, is why ?
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  21. genuflective
    • 2009 February 1, Joe Queenan, “Super Bowl Suits”, New York Times:
      But as with many journalists provided such access, the trade-off seems to have been an agreement signed in blood to conduct the interviews in the genuflective mode.
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  22. guanciale
    • 2009 February 1, Christine Muhlke, “Aging Gracefully”, New York Times:
      The silken-textured, nutty-sweet prosciutto is named on menus from A16 in San Francisco to Blackbird in Chicago, from Otto in Manhattan to Central Michel Richard in Washington, D.C. The La Quercia range, sold in Whole Foods, has expanded to include organic and heirloom prosciuttos, as well as lardo, pancetta, speck, coppa, guanciale and an annual Acorn Edition, in which subscribers pay $3,000 to receive all the parts of the prized acorn-fed organic Berkshire meat during the year, from fresh to cured.
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  23. hydroformed
    • 2009 February 1, Jerry Garrett, “Downsizing? Fat Chance!”, New York Times:
      The increased bulk can be traced to a sturdier hydroformed frame, larger axles, heavy-duty brakes and the upgrading of its powerplant to a massive 5.7-liter V-8 truck engine and a 6-speed automatic transmission.
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  24. incrementalists
  25. interreligious
    • 2009 February 1, Nicholas D. Kristof, “Obama’s Long Shot for Peace”, New York Times:
       ” said David Rosen, the former chief rabbi of Ireland, now based in Jerusalem as head of interreligious affairs for the American Jewish Committee. “
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  26. lardo
  27. memorialization
    • 2009 February 1, Elsa Dixler, “Paperback Row”, New York Times:
      The collective trauma established “sacrifice and its memorialization as the ground on which North and South would ultimately reunite.”
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  28. midcoast
    • 2009 February 1, Lisa Prevost, “Even Waterfront Sales Are Slow”, New York Times:
      “The higher the price, the slower it is,” said Karen Stephens, the owner of Page Taft Real Estate, which covers midcoast communities from Branford north to Old Lyme.
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  29. midweight
    • 2009 February 1, Larry Dorman, “Selling the Putting Game to Offset the Downturn”, New York Times:
      But Boccieri is not satisfied with a 4 percent share of the roughly 1.5-million-unit market, and introduced a line of midweight putters at the show that he believes will help his company pick up 2 to 3 share points.
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  30. misidentification
    • 2009 February 1, Manny Fernandez, “Examining Human Error in Wrongful Convictions”, New York Times:
      Thirty-six cases involved a misidentification by a witness or a victim, and 31 involved errors by prosecutors, judges or law enforcement, it said.
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  31. monochromic
    • 2009 February 1, Josh Emmons, “Chalk Dust Memories”, New York Times:
      One starts off a parti-­colored butterfly and emerges a monochromic caterpillar. “
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  32. montuno
    • 2009 February 1, Ben Ratliff, “Latin and Western Swing Bands Touched by Jazz”, New York Times:
      There are standard structural elements of Afro-Cuban music here — tumbaos and montuno sections — but there are also rhythm strategies that come from various kinds of new jazz that many would say are not Latin at all.
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  33. mujahedeen
  34. nondancers
    • 2009 February 1, Claudia La Rocco, “New Classes Fill New Needs in Movement”, New York Times:
      But Ms. Lewis said she had already been approached by nondancers, including several visual artists, intrigued by the innovative format.
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  35. nonromantic
    • 2009 February 1, Emily Bazelon, “2 Kids + 0 Husbands = Family”, New York Times:
      There’s no contract for the women’s nonromantic relationships.
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  36. nonutilitarian
    • 2009 February 1, Rob Walker, “Dumb and Dumber 2.0”, New York Times:
      Consumers seem risk-averse and hunkered down at the moment, and spending on the nonutilitarian is getting a bad reputation.
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  37. offramps
  38. offsite
    • 2009 February 1, David Kaufman, “Airport Hotels That Invite Lingering”, New York Times:
      At nearly all Aloft properties, for instance, the chain has introduced lower-cost dishes — pulled pork burritos, pesto pizzas, Asian sesame noodles, for example — priced at $4 to $12 as guests begin to shy away from pricey offsite restaurants.
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  39. overcorrected
    • 2009 February 1, The Associated Press, “Investigators Seek Cause of Bus Crash That Killed 7”, New York Times:
      The bus was traveling north on the highway — the main route between Phoenix and Las Vegas — when it veered right, overcorrected, crossed the median and rolled at least once before stopping, Commander Nyhart said.
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  40. overmarket
  41. packagings
    • 2009 February 1, Vivien Schweitzer, “Finding Her Mendelssohn Sweet Spot”, New York Times:
      A prime object of that attention was a recording of Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E minor with Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic from 1980 (Deutsche Grammophon, now in various CD packagings).
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  42. podlike
    • 2009 February 1, David Kaufman, “Airport Hotels That Invite Lingering”, New York Times:
      Also at Schiphol is the three-month-old Yotel, where rates begin at 70 euros a night for one of the 57 compact, podlike rooms, which start at barely 20 square feet.
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  43. postmatch
  44. poufy
  45. preconference
  46. prosciuttos
    • 2009 February 1, Christine Muhlke, “Aging Gracefully”, New York Times:
      The silken-textured, nutty-sweet prosciutto is named on menus from A16 in San Francisco to Blackbird in Chicago, from Otto in Manhattan to Central Michel Richard in Washington, D.C. The La Quercia range, sold in Whole Foods, has expanded to include organic and heirloom prosciuttos, as well as lardo, pancetta, speck, coppa, guanciale and an annual Acorn Edition, in which subscribers pay $3,000 to receive all the parts of the prized acorn-fed organic Berkshire meat during the year, from fresh to cured.
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  47. pummeler
    • 2009 February 1, “An Overlooked Actor”, New York Times:
      The oversight is more striking for the twin facts that Brett’s performance showed the great detective very much as a man of action and pummeler of criminals and that Jude Law , starring as Dr. Watson in the new film, appeared in one of the Brett episodes.
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  48. reconceptualization
    • 2009 February 1, Virginia Heffernan, “Click and Jane”, New York Times:
      Hmm. All this reconceptualization, and scoring and even sound effects: sounds like filmmaking to me.
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  49. renewer
    • 2009 February 1, Matt Bai, “Don’t Look Back”, New York Times:
      This is how we remember John Kennedy — not so much as an ardent cold warrior (though he was) or as a fiscal moderate (though he was that too) but as a transformer of the culture, a youthful renewer of the American spirit.
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  50. resortlike
    • 2009 February 1, Lisa Prevost, “Even Waterfront Sales Are Slow”, New York Times:
      Waterfront property is still in demand on the peninsula of Groton Long Point, a resortlike community not far from the Rhode Island state line that has attracted generations of summering families to its shores.
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  51. retreatlike
    • 2009 February 1, David Kaufman, “Airport Hotels That Invite Lingering”, New York Times:
      THE Italian architect Matheo Thun is known for his modernist, retreatlike hotels set in pristine Alpine destinations, buildings where cutting-edge design complements state-of-the-art amenities. Mr. Thun’s newest project, in Zurich , is no exception.
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  52. rumbud
    • 2009 February 1, Marilyn Stasio, “Life, Liberty and Pursuit”, New York Times:
      Happily, Jamie attacks language in the same spirit of exuberant excess; and if locutions like “crapulous claw-baw,” “the art of gossipation” and one fine reference to a “grubbling rumbud .”
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  53. sadnesses
    • 2009 February 1, Karen Russell, “Disco Papa”, New York Times:
      Papa has huge, spatulate hands, with tiny leopard sunspots — for decades he worked as an airplane mechanic, and before that he was a lieutenant in the Second World War. Most of that experience we’ve only guessed from his rogue sadnesses and omissions.
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  54. shiplike
  55. skidplate
    • 2009 February 1, Jerry Garrett, “Larger Than Life, Back for an Encore”, New York Times:
      But with exposed running boards and little skidplate protection under the body, serious off-roading can have expensive consequences.
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  56. soc
    • 2009 February 1, Luc Sante, “Sontag: The Precocious Years”, New York Times:
      In November she writes, “A wonderful opportunity was offered me — to do some research work for a soc[iology] instructor named Philip Rieff.”
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  57. softcover
    • 2009 February 1, Virginia Heffernan, “Click and Jane”, New York Times:
      Or does he need the spectacle of hard- and softcover dust magnets eliminating floor space in our small apartment to get the full “Freakonomics” effect?
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  58. sparklingly
    • 2009 February 1, Clare Clark, “An Appetite for Venice”, New York Times:
      It’s clear that her interest lies more in place than chase, and there are some wonderful set pieces that bring the city sparklingly to life.
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  59. sportswriting
    • 2009 February 1, Larry Fitzgerald Sr, “A Proud Father, Just Doing His Job”, New York Times:
      When I started my sportswriting career 30 years ago, I set out to become a big fish in a small pond.
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  60. stinco
    • 2009 February 1, Christine Muhlke, “Aging Gracefully”, New York Times:
      (Technically it is closest to a prosciutto addobbo : “It’s the culaccia plus the fiocco without the stinco ,” Eckhouse clarified in his warm, intelligent manner, explaining that the smaller size requires less aging time.)
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  61. subdistrict
  62. subfloor
    • 2009 February 1, Dan Shaw, “In Brooklyn, a Slice of the South”, New York Times:
      With help from his son, he pulled that up, too, laid a new plywood subfloor, and made the old subfloor the new floor.
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  63. subflooring
    • 2009 February 1, Dan Shaw, “In Brooklyn, a Slice of the South”, New York Times:
      When he pulled up the pockmarked parlor floor, he discovered that the subflooring was a beautiful tongue-and-groove pine.
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  64. subintellectual
    • 2009 February 1, Luc Sante, “Sontag: The Precocious Years”, New York Times:
      Even if, later on, she was able to examine and analyze certain aspects of popular culture (as in “Notes on Camp,” 1964), she could undertake such a thing only in service to a higher goal — she was immune to subintellectual cultural pleasures. “
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  65. subtherapeutic
    • 2009 February 1, Christine Muhlke, “Aging Gracefully”, New York Times:
      La Quercia also reflects the couple’s political values: they require that the pigs be humanely raised and free of subtherapeutic antibiotics. “
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  66. sustrugi
  67. talkbacks
    • 2009 February 1, Alexis Soloski, “One Troupe’s Heartland Pilgrimage”, New York Times:
      At lively talkbacks some accused the show of overly sympathetic attitudes toward evangelicals, while others said it mocked the faithful.
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  68. timelined
    • 2009 February 1, Thomas Mallon, “Ready for His Close-Up”, New York Times:
      “Joseph P. Kennedy Presents” is well sourced, often to a level of detail about stock swaps and share prices that suggests an M.B.A. case book; Kennedy’s sex-laced financial dealings with Swanson get timelined with an urgency and precision that may seem more suited to a study of the Cuban missile crisis.
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  69. touchup
    • 2009 February 1, Dakota Lane, “Elaine Griffin and Michael McGarry”, New York Times:
      But she dabbed at an eye, cried out for a touchup and had someone turn up Grace Jones on the MP3 player.
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  70. truckish
    • 2009 February 1, Jerry Garrett, “Larger Than Life, Back for an Encore”, New York Times:
      And Ford blind-sided Toyota at the 2002 Detroit auto show by introducing a redesigned Expedition with an independent rear suspension, a significant improvement on the Sequoia’s truckish solid axle.
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  71. tumbaos
    • 2009 February 1, Ben Ratliff, “Latin and Western Swing Bands Touched by Jazz”, New York Times:
      There are standard structural elements of Afro-Cuban music here — tumbaos and montuno sections — but there are also rhythm strategies that come from various kinds of new jazz that many would say are not Latin at all.
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  72. unmoored
    • 2009 February 1, Maureen Dowd, “Disgorge, Wall Street Fat Cats”, New York Times:
      When you make money out of money, unmoored from morality and regulators, it must unhinge you.
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  73. unreckonable
    • 2009 February 1, Karen Russell, “Disco Papa”, New York Times:
      But that night, still panting from the dance floor, he told us stories that we’d never heard, fixing certain words — “your grandmother,” “the bad winter,” “the war” — for us over an unreckonable space.
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  74. vomitoriums
    • 2009 February 1, “Dr. Feel It”, New York Times:
      You’re comparing piano lessons to the apocryphal vomitoriums into which decadent Romans supposedly regurgitated their dinner?
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  75. zoolike
    • 2009 February 1, Jonathan Miles, “Name Your Drink”, New York Times:
      The Anchor, whose dive-bar-with-nautical-trimmings design evokes a yacht club as reimagined by Charles Bukowski, prides itself on its democratic door policy and on its eschewal of roped-off V.I.P. sections and other zoolike tactics for separating boldface names from the hoi polloi.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. alfredo
    • 2009 February 1, Kris Ensminger, “The Power of Prix Fixe”, New York Times:
      But a $19 lunch menu, Monday through Friday, has entree choices like capellini alfredo and grilled chicken paillard.
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  2. paillard
    • 2009 February 1, Kris Ensminger, “The Power of Prix Fixe”, New York Times:
      But a $19 lunch menu, Monday through Friday, has entree choices like capellini alfredo and grilled chicken paillard.
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