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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-09 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-09).

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2009-02-09[edit]

  1. antithematic
    • 2009 February 9, James R. Oestreich, “Music All Over the Map: Leningrad to the Balcony”, New York Times:
      Far from being unified, Franz Welser-Möst ’s programs with the Cleveland Orchestra for three concerts at Carnegie Hall last week seemed almost defiantly antithematic.
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  2. berthings
  3. bicameral *
    • 2009 February 9, Carl Hulse, “In Congress, Aides Start to Map Talks on Stimulus”, New York Times:
      Once the Senate votes, aides said, the first order of business in the bicameral talks will be to set an overall dollar figure and then begin to sort out the differences in spending and tax changes in the two measures.
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  4. coatless
    • 2009 February 9, Robert D. Mcfadden, “Brief Hours of Warmth Send a City Out to Play”, New York Times:
      Across the way, coatless children soared on playground swings and frolicked on the monkey bars, watched by mothers sprung for the day from stuffy winter quarters.
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  5. developable
    • 2009 February 9, Randal C. Archibold, “Roll of the Dice on Las Vegas’s Shabby Downtown”, New York Times:
      The land under the existing city hall could be paired with an adjacent lot for 20 acres of developable space, perhaps for an arena to lure a professional sports team, which the mayor has long sought.
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  6. facefirst
  7. hyperextended
  8. intraparty
    • 2009 February 9, John Harwood, “Serving Since 1955, a House Institution”, New York Times:
      Moreover, the once-mighty seniority system failed to protect his chairmanship of the Energy and Commerce Committee against an intraparty challenge late last year.
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  9. multipane
    • 2009 February 9, David W. Dunlap, “From Tobacco Leaves to Wedding Bouquets, 169 Years in the Bronx”, New York Times:
      By installing storm windows behind replicas of the existing multipane windows and taking other conservation measures, garden officials hope the project will qualify for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design status from the United States Green Building Council .
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  10. nonplaying
  11. pizzicatos
    • 2009 February 9, James R. Oestreich, “Music All Over the Map: Leningrad to the Balcony”, New York Times:
      For various acoustical reasons Mr. Benjamin decided to scrap the violins and emphasize tuned percussion instruments, harp and pizzicatos in the remaining strings.
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  12. postpartisan
    • 2009 February 9, Paul Krugman, “The Destructive Center”, New York Times:
      For rather than acknowledge the failure of his political strategy and the damage to his economic strategy, the president tried to put a postpartisan happy face on the whole thing.
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  13. pretelecast
    • 2009 February 9, Jon Pareles, “Full-Tilt Performances and Defiant Bravado”, New York Times:
      In three-and-a-half hours, the awards broadcast handed out only 10 awards; the other 100 categories filled a three-hour pretelecast ceremony that was Webcast beforehand (and can be seen at grammy.com ).
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  14. reclose
  15. refinancings
    • 2009 February 9, “Angelo Who?”, New York Times:
      After months of delay, Senator Christopher Dodd has offered a fuller but less than satisfactory account of the V.I.P. mortgage loans extended to him by a key player in the subprime mortgage crisis. Mr. Dodd, the banking committee chairman who oversees remedies for the continuing financial crisis, denied any ethical wrongdoing or “sweetheart deals” in the $781,000 house refinancings he got through the Countrywide Financial Corporation.
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  16. renewers
  17. repointed
  18. reregister
    • 2009 February 9, Abby Goodnough, “Effort to Track Sex Offenders Draws Resistance”, New York Times:
      The law, the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act — named for a 6-year-old boy whose abduction and murder in 1981 changed how law enforcement agencies look for missing children — makes it a federal felony to fail to reregister as a sex offender after moving to another state and requires states to toughen their penalties, now often misdemeanors, for failing to register at all.
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  19. soundstages
    • 2009 February 9, Michael Cieply, “A Film School’s New Look Is Historic”, New York Times:
      But last month students and faculty members quietly moved into the first phase of a giant complex of classrooms, soundstages and production buildings that, not by accident, look as if they might be an extension of the sprawling entertainment empire built by George Lucas in Northern California.
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  20. speakership
    • 2009 February 9, John Harwood, “Serving Since 1955, a House Institution”, New York Times:
      But like colleagues in both parties, he has chafed under Ms. Pelosi’s speakership at the centralization of decision-making within the House leadership.
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  21. submetered
  22. submetering
    • 2009 February 9, Manny Fernandez, “Some Tenants Face an Unfamiliar Squeeze on Their Pocketbooks: An Electric Bill”, New York Times:
      “If this continues on its course, this is a de facto rent increase on this building,” said Assemblyman Micah Z. Kellner, whose district includes Roosevelt Island. Mr. Kellner and other elected officials have asked the Public Service Commission to re-examine its approval of the Roosevelt Landings submetering plan.
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  23. submeters
  24. supersalary
    • 2009 February 9, Breakingviews.Com, “Common Sense on C.E.O. Pay”, New York Times:
      I’m no superman and I shouldn’t get a supersalary.
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  25. underdelivering
    • 2009 February 9, Richard PÉrez-PeÑa, “Newsweek Plans Makeover to Fit a Smaller Audience”, New York Times:
      “The core categories in the newsweeklies have been automotive, financial, tech and pharmaceutical, and all of those are underdelivering in a major way right now.
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  26. unornamented
  27. warrenlike
    • 2009 February 9, Michael Cieply, “A Film School’s New Look Is Historic”, New York Times:
      Neither he nor school administrators ever quite warmed to an exterior design that featured odd angles and high, arched windows, never mind an interior with warrenlike offices.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. rickeys -> lime rickey
    • 2009 February 9, David W. Dunlap, “From Tobacco Leaves to Wedding Bouquets, 169 Years in the Bronx”, New York Times:
      In the old mill and out on a newly constructed riverside terrace, the cafeteria offered peanut butter and bacon sandwiches for 40 cents, lime rickeys for a quarter and bottles of Schaefer or Ballantine for 30 cents.
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