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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-10 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-10).

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2009-03-10[edit]

  1. adriamycin
    • 2009 March 10, Jane E. Brody, “Oxygen Therapy Is Valuable, Sometimes”, New York Times:
      Also, the therapy is clearly dangerous for some patients, including those with a collapsed lung and those receiving chemotherapy with cisplatinum or adriamycin.
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  2. antideficit
    • 2009 March 10, “John M. Spratt Jr.”, New York Times:
      Mr. Spratt, chairman of the House Budget Committee, is an antideficit crusader who said he would like to see federal red ink reduced beyond the projections in Mr. Obama’s budget.
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  3. attoliters
  4. bioreactions
    • 2009 March 10, Henry Fountain, “With Fibers, Chemical Reactions on a Tiny Scale”, New York Times:
      The eventual goal is to use the technique for bioreactions — infusing fibers with DNA or proteins and testing how other chemicals modify them, on a small scale.
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  5. copulas *
    • 2009 March 10, Dennis Overbye, “Mathematical Model and the Mortgage Mess”, New York Times:
      In 2000, David X. Li, a banker with a doctorate in statistics who was then at RiskMetrics, part of J. P. Morgan Chase , began using mathematical functions called Gaussian copulas to estimate the likelihood of corporations’ dying in unison.
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  6. dominolike
    • 2009 March 10, Michiko Kakutani, “The Tsunami That Buried a Wall Street Giant”, New York Times:
      The first has to do with just how worried some Wall Street analysts and the federal government were about the liquidity crisis and the possibility of a dominolike collapse in the world financial markets in March 2008, six months before things really began to slide out of control in the fall, and just how many earlier warning signs there were in 2007, 2006 and even 2005 about the housing bubble and subprime mortgages.
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  7. erhus
  8. flamekeeper
    • 2009 March 10, Jon Caramanica, “Stepping to the Fore as a Backup Band”, New York Times:
      As the genre has shifted and evolved around — and in many ways beyond — them, they have remained committed to a role as flamekeeper of a certain strain of hip-hop authenticity.
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  9. honkballers
  10. languors
    • 2009 March 10, Dana Jennings, “Time Is a Trickster When Cancer Runs the Clock”, New York Times:
      It was the first summer I hadn’t worked since I was 14, and I luxuriated in the languors of childhood: comic books and rhythm ’n’ blues, walks and spontaneous naps.
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  11. megarecession
    • 2009 March 10, Bob Herbert, “Reviving the Dream”, New York Times:
      Working families were in deep trouble long before this megarecession hit.
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  12. metasearch
  13. noncrisis
    • 2009 March 10, David Brooks, “Taking a Depression Seriously”, New York Times:
      Instead, they’re going to focus obsessively on restoring equilibrium first, and they’re going to understand that there is a sharp distinction between crisis policy-making and noncrisis policy-making.
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  14. nondaily
    • 2009 March 10, Richard P㊒ez-Pe㒁, “McClatchy Plans to Cut 15% of Staff”, New York Times:
      McClatchy did not say how the cuts would be distributed among its operations, which include The Kansas City Star, The Sacramento Bee, The Miami Herald, The Star-Telegram of Fort Worth, The Charlotte Observer and 25 other dailies, and about 50 small, nondaily papers.
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  15. nonhealing
    • 2009 March 10, Jane E. Brody, “Oxygen Therapy Is Valuable, Sometimes”, New York Times:
      The list includes decompression sickness (“the bends”), necrotizing fasciitis (flesh-eating disease), carbon monoxide poisoning, gas gangrene , the bone infection osteomyelitis , nonhealing wounds and delayed radiation injury to bone and soft tissue.
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  16. nonmigraine
  17. postpolio
    • 2009 March 10, Jane E. Brody, “Oxygen Therapy Is Valuable, Sometimes”, New York Times:
      But nowhere in the list are cerebral palsy, autism, multiple sclerosis , stroke, macular degeneration , spinal cord injury , sports injuries, heart attack , postpolio syndrome, Lyme disease , migraine , cirrhosis , myasthenia gravis , fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome — among the dozens of conditions that independent clinics claim to treat with hyperbaric oxygen.
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  18. proctitis
    • 2009 March 10, Jane E. Brody, “Oxygen Therapy Is Valuable, Sometimes”, New York Times:
      A study published last September in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics found hyperbaric oxygen helpful for patients with radiation proctitis , which can cause bleeding, rectal ulcers and loss of bowel control .
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  19. quintillionths
  20. retrosoul
    • 2009 March 10, Jon Caramanica, “Stepping to the Fore as a Backup Band”, New York Times:
      Soon the stage was overrun with guests: the rappers Talib Kweli and Pharoahe Monch, the retrosoul singers Chrisette Michele and Raheem DeVaughn.
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  21. superstatistics
    • 2009 March 10, Dennis Overbye, “They Tried to Outsmart Wall Street”, New York Times:
      Submissions on subjects like “the superstatistics of labor productivity” and “stochastic volatility models” have been streaming in.
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  22. thrillerlike
  23. underwork

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