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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-04 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-04).

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2009-02-04[edit]

  1. clopidogrel
    • 2009 February 4, Natasha Singer, “F.D.A. Panel Approves Lilly Drug for Clotting”, New York Times:
      For every 1,000 patients treated with prasugrel instead of clopidogrel, there would be three fewer cardiac-related deaths and 21 fewer nonfatal heart attacks — but there would also be two additional deaths caused by bleeding and three more incidents of serious but nonfatal bleeding, Dr. Unger told the panel.
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  2. cultlike
    • 2009 February 4, Aliza Rosenbaum And Edward Hadas, “Buffett Pays Low for Another Icon”, New York Times:
      Harley has a global, nearly cultlike following, but has had a tough time finding buyers for its expensive wheels: new shipments are expected to fall as much as 13 percent in 2009, after an 8 percent drop in 2008.
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  3. enuf
  4. golfwise
  5. interleague
    • 2009 February 4, Joshua Robinson, “A Fresh Take on Clemens”, New York Times:
      After Roger Clemens beaned Mike Piazza during interleague play in 2000, Joe Torre loyally stood by him.
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  6. intrafamily
    • 2009 February 4, Charles Isherwood, “A New Look at an Old Farm Threatened by Heat”, New York Times:
      "Desire Under the Elms" at the Goodman theater in Chicago features Carla Gugino and Pablo Schreiber as a stepmother and stepson caught up in an intrafamily triangle.
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  7. motorless
    • 2009 February 4, Peter Gelling And Thomas Fuller, “Myanmar Refugees Rescued at Sea”, New York Times:
      The survivors rescued Monday told navy personnel a similar story, adding that originally there was a flotilla of nine motorless boats that had been led out to sea by the Thais, containing about 1,200 people.
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  8. multibuilding
    • 2009 February 4, Robert Sharoff, “Two Chicago Towers Fall Victim to Scarce Financing”, New York Times:
      Jim Loewenberg, a co-chief executive of the Magellan Development Group, the developer of the multibuilding Lakeshore East mixed-use residential project directly across the Chicago River from the Spire, said neither Mr. Kelleher nor Teng & Associates necessarily did anything wrong.
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  9. nonfugitives
    • 2009 February 4, Nina Bernstein, “Despite Vow, Target of Immigrant Raids Shifted”, New York Times:
      Ms. Nantel said the number of fugitives with criminal backgrounds arrested in the 2008 fiscal year rose to 5,652, or 16 percent of 34,000 arrests, and nonfugitives fell to 8,062, or 23 percent.
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  10. overserved
    • 2009 February 4, Dwight Garner, “How to Beat Terrorists: Use Big Stick and Brains”, New York Times:
      There are moments in “Securing the City” when you sense that Mr. Dickey has, perhaps inevitably, been overserved at the New York New Yorkepartment’s Kool-Aid fountain.
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  11. pirfenidone
  12. politicked
    • 2009 February 4, “How to Fill a Senate Seat”, New York Times:
      Residents of New York, Illinois and now New Hampshire have watched as their governors waffled, politicked and, in the case of Illinois, possibly broke the law carrying out their duties to appoint a new senator.
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  13. prasugrel
    • 2009 February 4, Natasha Singer, “F.D.A. Panel Approves Lilly Drug for Clotting”, New York Times:
      For every 1,000 patients treated with prasugrel instead of clopidogrel, there would be three fewer cardiac-related deaths and 21 fewer nonfatal heart attacks — but there would also be two additional deaths caused by bleeding and three more incidents of serious but nonfatal bleeding, Dr. Unger told the panel.
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  14. robiola
    • 2009 February 4, Florence Fabricant, “Cheese and Cabbage, Canoodling”, New York Times:
      An alluring Italian newcomer, a goat-milk robiola made by La Casera, is wrapped in verdant leaves of savoy cabbage and tied with strands of straw.
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  15. schlubby
    • 2009 February 4, Brad Stone, “In Campaign Wars, Apple Still Has Microsoft’s Number”, New York Times:
      Apple’s ads promote what you can do with an iPhone or iPod , or show the comedian John Hodgman as a schlubby PC guy being outfoxed by the actor Justin Long as hip Mac guy.
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  16. semiprosperous
    • 2009 February 4, Sewell Chan, “Venerable Bookstore to Close in Village”, New York Times:
      He eventually relented, though I can’t tell you how long it took, but I’m sure that helped him move from a marginal life to at least a semiprosperous one.”
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  17. sleepaway
    • 2009 February 4, Ron Lieber, “How to Avoid a Tom Daschle Tax Problem”, New York Times:
      THE CASE FOR GETTING HELP Mr. Geithner made a number of mistakes that he later corrected, including neglecting to pay payroll taxes when he worked for the International Monetary Fund , and improperly counting sleepaway camp in his dependent care tax credit calculations.
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  18. socioeconomically
  19. stewpot
  20. verys
  21. wimped out
    • 2009 February 4, Thomas L. Friedman, “Don’t Try This at Home”, New York Times:
      Meanwhile, the West Bank Palestinian leaders are busy publicly collecting food and blankets to help all those Palestinian civilians brutalized by the Israeli incursion into Gaza, while privately demanding to know from senior Israeli officials why they wimped out and didn’t wipe Hamas in Gaza off the face of earth — casualties be damned.
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