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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-12 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-12).

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2009-02-12[edit]

  1. advertisiana
    • 2009 February 12, Cintra Wilson, “An Uneasy Hug From Thom Browne”, New York Times:
      Inspired by the old Brooks Brothers sacrificial-sheep-in-a-big-ribbon logo, Mr. Browne appears to have looted the attic of the Brooks Bros. estate and absconded with some nicely patinated old mannequins, advertisiana and other tchotchkes of yore.
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  2. altitudinous
    • 2009 February 12, Cintra Wilson, “An Uneasy Hug From Thom Browne”, New York Times:
      STIFFLY If you’re a Brahmin-caste member of the American aristocracy (or six degrees of separation away and want to look like one), Thom Browne delivers excruciatingly high-quality apparel at equally altitudinous prices.
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  3. antitheatrical
  4. cardioversion
    • 2009 February 12, Duff Wilson, “Sanofi Drug Found Promising for Heart Ailment”, New York Times:
      More powerful medications, like amiodarone, are used in efforts to restore the heart to normal rhythm, sometimes with an electrical-shock procedure known as cardioversion, and to prevent recurrence of the arrhythmia.
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  5. counterprotesters
    • 2009 February 12, Nicholas Kulish, “Ancient City’s Nazi Past Seeps Out After Stabbing”, New York Times:
      On Jan. 4, some 200 far-right demonstrators from all over Germany gathered in Passau, where they were confronted by roughly 1,000 counterprotesters and nearly as many police officers.
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  6. dirgy
  7. dronedarone
    • 2009 February 12, Duff Wilson, “Sanofi Drug Found Promising for Heart Ailment”, New York Times:
      Analysts say the Sanofi drug, called dronedarone, or Multaq, is one of the few entirely new drugs that could have a medical impact this year, if it wins approval, and could generate annual sales of more than $1 billion by 2015.
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  8. frostbiting
    • 2009 February 12, Peter Applebome, “The Recession Takes Down a Yacht Club”, New York Times:
      There was iceboating and frostbiting (dinghy racing) in the winter, serious racing and leisurely cruising all summer.
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  9. greenmarkets
    • 2009 February 12, Steven Kurutz, “Amish Space Heater: Is That an Oxymoron?”, New York Times:
      We know them as farmers and skilled craftspeople, with high standards and an unfussy sensibility that they bring to the barns they raise, the baked goods they sell at greenmarkets and the quilts and furniture they produce.
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  10. halons *
  11. intrafamily
  12. mechanicals
    • 2009 February 12, Mimi Zeiger, “Undoing the Cover-Up”, New York Times:
      She pointed out how the loft was gutted to reveal its original industrial charms— cast iron columns, exposed ceiling joists, arched windows — while newer mechanicals, like air ducts and gas meters, were cleverly concealed inside slick cabinetry and soffits.
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  13. noncharitable
  14. nondance
  15. nonforcing
  16. nonsale
    • 2009 February 12, Marianne Rohrlich, “Furniture, Rugs and Skins for Home”, New York Times:
      Mxyplyzyk will take 20 percent off all nonsale merchandise from Feb. 14 to March 9; 125 Greenwich Avenue (13th Street), (800) 243-9810, mxyplyzyk.com .
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  17. nontech
    • 2009 February 12, David Pogue, “Twitter? It’s What You Make It”, New York Times:
      Others criticized me for various infractions, like not following enough other people, writing too much about nontech topics or sending too many or too few messages.
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  18. outmanned
    • 2009 February 12, George Vecsey, “Brisk Wind Infuses the U.S. With Zip and Zing”, New York Times:
      The United States dominated, and then in extra time outworked the outmanned Mexicans, with Jozy Altidore and Donovan setting up Bradley’s second goal.
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  19. overshopping
    • 2009 February 12, David Colman, “Calming the Voices That Scream ‘Shop!’”, New York Times:
      Frothy as it is, “Confessions of a Shopaholic” glorifies overshopping about as much as “Trainspotting” glamorized heroin.
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  20. pantless
    • 2009 February 12, Michael Kimmelman, “Art in Two Germanys Often Spoke the Same Tongue”, New York Times:
      At the same time Ms. Metselaar-Berthold, East Germany’s version of Nan Goldin, captured scenes of disorderly bohemia (where supposedly none existed) in parties of topless women and pantless men.
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  21. patinated
    • 2009 February 12, Cintra Wilson, “An Uneasy Hug From Thom Browne”, New York Times:
      Inspired by the old Brooks Brothers sacrificial-sheep-in-a-big-ribbon logo, Mr. Browne appears to have looted the attic of the Brooks Bros. estate and absconded with some nicely patinated old mannequins, advertisiana and other tchotchkes of yore.
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  22. premenopausal
    • 2009 February 12, Gina Kolata, “Bone Drugs May Help Fight Breast Cancer”, New York Times:
      The new study, published in Thursday’s New England Journal of Medicine , involved 1,803 premenopausal women with tumors that were fueled by estrogen .
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  23. prunings
    • 2009 February 12, Anne Raver, “More Magic From an Enchanting Garden”, New York Times:
      Here lie the secrets of keeping African lilies blooming on the terrace from June to frost, how to grow primroses from seed, and how to build a fence out of willow prunings over a trench planted with petits pois, those tiny peas Marie Antoinette cooked herself, we are told, “in a silver saucepan with her own butter.”
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  24. quasiarchaeological
  25. quiltmaker
    • 2009 February 12, Rima Suqi, “Sleepwalkers, Take Notice”, New York Times:
      On the way to the West Village home of Liz Jaff, a quiltmaker, he expressed reservations about quilts: “I think of them as that thing at your grandma’s house that you don’t want near you.”
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  26. rebulbed
    • 2009 February 12, Glenn Collins, “Restored to the Glamour of Its Vaudeville Days”, New York Times:
      Furthermore, multiple levels of ceiling cove lighting were rewired, then the fixtures rebulbed, as restorers say, returning the illumination to a glory not seen for 50 years, Mr. Tarozzi said.
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  27. seersuckers
    • 2009 February 12, Cintra Wilson, “An Uneasy Hug From Thom Browne”, New York Times:
      I appreciated a batch of candy-colored men’s seersuckers and linens, a semiwild flight of a remote-controlled fancy.
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  28. semiwild
    • 2009 February 12, Cintra Wilson, “An Uneasy Hug From Thom Browne”, New York Times:
      I appreciated a batch of candy-colored men’s seersuckers and linens, a semiwild flight of a remote-controlled fancy.
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  29. singsongy
  30. ultraportable
  31. untheatrical
  32. untheatrically
  33. wenge
    • 2009 February 12, Mimi Zeiger, “Undoing the Cover-Up”, New York Times:
      Throughout the loft, Ms. Kashper chose refined finishes to complement the industrial shell: warm wenge floors and rich mahogany (polished to a high sheen in the wine room).
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  34. youthward
    • 2009 February 12, Gail Collins, “The Stump Theory”, New York Times:
      When a 47-year-old becomes president by trouncing a 72-year-old opponent, there’s every reason to think that the tide is turning youthward.
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  35. zoledronic
    • 2009 February 12, Gina Kolata, “Bone Drugs May Help Fight Breast Cancer”, New York Times:
      And the surprising result of his study, if it holds up, indicates that zoledronic acid could add a benefit to existing breast cancer therapy that is nearly the same magnitude as the benefit conferred by chemotherapy or hormonal therapy alone.
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