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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-10 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-10).

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78551 tokens ‧ 59272 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7908 types ‧ 25 (~ 0.316%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-10[edit]

  1. abrazos *
  2. antipatriotic
    • 2009 February 10, “The Showdown Over the Stimulus”, New York Times:
      I have little doubt that if President Obama’s economic recovery plan were for Iraq, Republicans would pass it without flinching because, of course, anyone who balked would be considered antipatriotic.
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  3. bumetanide
    • 2009 February 10, Natasha Singer, “F.D.A. Finds ‘Natural’ Diet Pills Laced With Drugs”, New York Times:
      After reports surfaced late last fall that StarCaps contained bumetanide, a potent diuretic that was not included on its ingredients list, the Vitamin Shoppe and GNC pulled StarCaps from their shelves, according to e-mail messages from the companies in reply to a reporter’s questions.
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  4. chameleonic
    • 2009 February 10, Stephen Holden, “Scot of Many Hats Tries on Songbook”, New York Times:
      On Saturday evening at the Allen Room, where he appeared as part of Lincoln Center ’s American Songbook series, this chameleonic talent (actor, singer, raconteur, comedian, writer) from Scotland strutted his considerable gifts as an all-around music hall entertainer, with intelligence to match his charm.
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  5. ehhhh
  6. ephedra
    • 2009 February 10, Natasha Singer, “F.D.A. Finds ‘Natural’ Diet Pills Laced With Drugs”, New York Times:
      Consider ephedra, an herbal stimulant that gained popularity as a weight-loss supplement in the 1990s — until hundreds of people reported ephedra-related problems including heart attacks, seizures and even deaths.
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  7. fomites
    • 2009 February 10, Perri Klass, M.D., “The Cough-and-Sniffle Question: When to Keep a Child Home?”, New York Times:
      The cuddlers did, and so did the touchers, pointing up the importance of direct contact with secretions, but especially of fomites — objects and surfaces with infectious viral particles still on them.
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  8. goathood
    • 2009 February 10, Sam Roberts, “Advice to a Brave Pilot: Use That City Key Wisely”, New York Times:
      Mortimer Matz, a legendary public relations man who has represented more than his fair share of fallen heroes, said most of them enlist him only “after they make the misstep to goathood and then they want to be redeemed.
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  9. governate *
  10. halfboards
    • 2009 February 10, Ben Seal, “Shorthanded Goals Help B.U. Claim Beanpot Title”, New York Times:
      After the sophomore standout Wilson failed to clear the B.U. zone, Northeastern right wing Wade MacLeod gathered the puck along the right halfboards and centered a pass to Vitale, who was hauled down by Chris Higgins on the play.
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  11. joysticklike
    • 2009 February 10, Brad Stone, “Amazon in Big Push for New Kindle Model”, New York Times:
      It also features a new design with round keys and a short, joysticklike controller — a departure from the earlier design, which some buyers had criticized as awkward.
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  12. methenolone
    • 2009 February 10, Richard Sandomir, “A Polite Forum for a Careful Confession”, New York Times:
      Asked by Gammons if Primobolan, an anabolic steroid whose chemical name is methenolone, were accessible even if doctors would not prescribe it, Rodriguez diverted to asking to see the test because he insisted he did not know what he tested positive for.
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  13. nonbook
    • 2009 February 10, Motoko Rich, “Scholastic Accused of Misusing Book Clubs”, New York Times:
      Naomi Kirkman, the new principal at the Bradford School in Montclair, N.J., and the mother of two children, said she was concerned about the nonbook items in the Scholastic book club brochures.
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  14. overfished
    • 2009 February 10, Cornelia Dean, “Seeing the Risks of Humanity’s Hand in Species Evolution”, New York Times:
      More recently, researchers have reported that cod, overfished for decades off New England and the Canadian Maritime Provinces, have begun reproducing at younger ages and smaller sizes.
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  15. overpackaged
  16. poufs
  17. retrostyled
    • 2009 February 10, Bill Vlasic, “Retiring From G.M., Lutz Holds Little Back”, New York Times:
      At Chrysler in the 1990s, Mr. Lutz championed products like the Dodge Viper muscle car, the brawny Ram pickup, and the PT Cruiser retrostyled wagon.
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  18. samud
  19. supertree
    • 2009 February 10, Carl Zimmer, “Crunching the Data for the Tree of Life”, New York Times:
      Based on their mammal supertree, Dr. Bininda-Emonds and his colleagues argued that mammals were diversifying millions of years earlier.
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  20. treaded
  21. undertreated
  22. vanguardist
    • 2009 February 10, Ben Ratliff, “Slow Down, Music Fans, for Singular Visionaries”, New York Times:
      So what connects these artists? Mr. Capps is trying to claim the space where vanguardist pop spills over into classical and improvised music. Mr. Glass played some of his piano études and then introduced the cellist Wendy Sutter, who performed a few handsome solo pieces he had written: classical music, top to bottom.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. baobobs -> alt sp?
    • 2009 February 10, Carl Zimmer, “Crunching the Data for the Tree of Life”, New York Times:
      They have used supercomputers to crunch the genetic data and have gleaned clues to how today’s diversity of baobobs, dandelions, mosses and other plants evolved over the past 450 million years.
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