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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-05 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-05).

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2009-02-05[edit]

  1. anticompetitive
    • 2009 February 5, Tim Arango, “Ticketmaster Merger Plan Could Touch on Antitrust”, New York Times:
      Ticketmaster has a long history of entanglement with regulators and plaintiffs over questions of anticompetitive practices, but has mainly escaped those complaints intact.
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  2. antiglare
    • 2009 February 5, Azadeh Ensha, “Laptops, Already Tough, Now Pack More Inside”, New York Times:
      The screens on both were tweaked to better handle varying visibility conditions using Panasonic’s circular polarization technology and antireflective and antiglare screen treatments.
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  3. antireflective
    • 2009 February 5, Azadeh Ensha, “Laptops, Already Tough, Now Pack More Inside”, New York Times:
      The screens on both were tweaked to better handle varying visibility conditions using Panasonic’s circular polarization technology and antireflective and antiglare screen treatments.
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  4. calycanthus
    • 2009 February 5, Anne Raver, “New This Year: The Tried and True”, New York Times:
      He also recommended the new calycanthus hybrids, particularly Hartlage Wine, a deep burgundy without much fragrance, and Venus, a magnolia-like flower with a sweet scent.
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  5. departees
  6. dimethicone
  7. extensin
  8. fanlike
  9. intratribal
  10. lurcher
    • 2009 February 5, Penelope Green, “New Book Offers Knitted Projects for Pets”, New York Times:
      “Since we are both obsessed with our dogs” — Ms. Muir has a whippet; Ms. Osborne, a lurcher — “we thought we’d try pets,” she said.
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  11. macromanage
  12. methenolone
    • 2009 February 5, Michael S. Schmidt, “Positive Drug Tests in Bonds Case”, New York Times:
      Prosecutors contend that the three tests show Bonds tested positive for two steroids — methenolone and nandrolone — in November 2000 and February 2001.
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  13. misidentities
    • 2009 February 5, “Cracking the Homeland Security Monolith”, New York Times:
      It does nothing about the fact that the roll of cleared individuals is not shared by other government agencies — notably by customs and border patrols whose misidentities can be life-shattering.
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  14. nandrolone
    • 2009 February 5, Michael S. Schmidt, “Positive Drug Tests in Bonds Case”, New York Times:
      Prosecutors contend that the three tests show Bonds tested positive for two steroids — methenolone and nandrolone — in November 2000 and February 2001.
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  15. nondesign
    • 2009 February 5, Penelope Green, “A Girl World Closes, and Fans Mourn”, New York Times:
      Fans of the girlish, how-to decorating magazine owned by Condé Nast were vociferous in their disappointment, posting anguished comments on design sites like Apartment Therapy, Decorno and Design Sponge (which accrued 498 remarks in just a few hours), as well as nondesign sites, like The Huffington Post .
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  16. nonfamily
    • 2009 February 5, Jane Birnbaum, “Resilient in Hard Times: The Family Business”, New York Times:
      At the El Dorado Furniture chain in South Florida, nearly 20 members of the Capó family work with about 700 nonfamily employees.
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  17. pima
    • 2009 February 5, Mike Albo, “Come Shop in Their Backyard”, New York Times:
      I loved the silk-screened T-shirts offered by Flux Productions: soft pima and organic cotton shirts ($35) and hoodies ($60) with haunting prints of branches, feathers or an expanse of undulating waves.
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  18. polychroming
    • 2009 February 5, Jay Romano, “Radiating Style as Well as Heat”, New York Times:
      The more artistically inclined may want to try a technique known as polychroming, suggested Demetra Aposporos, the editor in chief of Old-House Journal, published in Chantilly, Va. After cleaning and painting the radiator with a bright heat-resistant paint, Ms. Aposporos said, let it dry and then apply a second coat in a darker shade.
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  19. remodelings
    • 2009 February 5, “Still Nice Work if You Can Get It”, New York Times:
      They also demand that corporate boards establish explicit policies to guide expenditures on things such as entertainment and renovations — including corporate office remodelings — and make them public on their Web sites.
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  20. signees
  21. tablescapes
    • 2009 February 5, Penelope Green, “A Girl World Closes, and Fans Mourn”, New York Times:
      Most commenters linked to their own blogs or Flickr pages, and slideshows of their own homes, each bearing the distinct Domino imprimatur (much throwing of sheepskin, chic-cute tablescapes and Lucite furniture).
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  22. teardown
    • 2009 February 5, Ernest Beck, “Striped With Light”, New York Times:
      Architect and clients also agreed that a teardown wasn’t an option.
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  23. underfinancing
    • 2009 February 5, “What About the Census?”, New York Times:
      After years of mismanagement and underfinancing by the Bush administration, the bureau is so ill prepared to conduct next year’s count that Congressional investigators have warned that it is at high risk of failure unless corrective action is taken immediately.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. clomid = Clomid®, trademark for clomiphene
    • 2009 February 5, Michael S. Schmidt, “Positive Drug Tests in Bonds Case”, New York Times:
      A fourth test from a 2003 sample collected by Major League Baseball showed the presence of the designer steroid THG, the fertility drug clomid and a form of testosterone not naturally produced by the body.
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