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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-13 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-13).

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2009-03-13[edit]

  1. baile *
    • 2009 March 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      THE TING TINGS (Sunday and Monday) This British duo’s “Shut Up and Let Me Go,” a supple, bratty declaration of autonomy, was featured in an iPod commercial packed with dancing silhouettes; the Ting Tings’ skronky guitars and giddy rhythms, which recall the Brazilian baile funk of Cansei de ser Sexy and Bonde do Role, seem destined to inspire movement.
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  2. breathtaker
  3. confraternities
    • 2009 March 13, Holland Cotter, “Passion of the Moment: A Triptych of Masters”, New York Times:
      When it came to adorning the city’s churches and all-powerful confraternities, as well as for painting state portraits or soft-porn fantasies for private delectation, he was the artist of choice.
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  4. fleadh *
    • 2009 March 13, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      The Craic is an annual Irish event with a component for children 5 to 12, a film fleadh.
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  5. forro *
    • 2009 March 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      BRASIL FEST (Friday and Saturday) This two-day celebration of Brazilian music and culture begins with a performance by the singer Mariana Aydar, making her United States debut; Ms. Aydar incorporates elements of traditional Brazilian song (samba, forro) into her slinky, playful tracks, but they still feel overwhelmingly contemporary.
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  6. glazy
    • 2009 March 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      This quartet’s glazy, melodic alt-rock recalls the quasi-experimental yawning of Coldplay.
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  7. golimumab
  8. kroons
    • 2009 March 13, Carter Dougherty, “Sweden Aids Bailout of Baltic Nations”, New York Times:
      And two weeks ago, it agreed to trade the equivalent of $1.1 billion in Estonian kroons for Swedish kronor, swapping its own currency for one under immense pressure.
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  9. nonaficionados
    • 2009 March 13, Ken Johnson, “The Pre-Future: Manga Pods and J-Pop”, New York Times:
      And partly because it leaves out fine art, it doesn’t make a strong case for why nonaficionados should take seriously genres that appear to be aimed at children and teenagers.
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  10. noncriminals
    • 2009 March 13, Nina Bernstein, “In City of Lawyers, Many Immigrants Fighting Deportation Go It Alone”, New York Times:
      Closed after 9/11 and reopened a year ago, it now mixes noncriminals swept up in immigration raids with legal immigrants who have criminal convictions that may make them deportable, said Sarah M. Burr, assistant chief immigration judge, one of the panelists.
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  11. nonpermitted
    • 2009 March 13, David Page, “In the High Sierra’s Wintry Majesty, a Fire Must Be Fed”, New York Times:
      That spring, before the melt, we signed on for our very own 1968 A-frame ski cabin up one of the highest streets in town at nearly 8,500 feet, complete with wall-to-wall green shag, moose antlers nailed to brick veneer, bathrooms in closets and all manner of nonpermitted labyrinths full of mattresses.
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  12. notarios *
    • 2009 March 13, Nina Bernstein, “In City of Lawyers, Many Immigrants Fighting Deportation Go It Alone”, New York Times:
      The regulatory framework for rooting out the bad guys — including nonlawyers like travel agents and so-called notarios — is still a work in progress, acknowledged another participant, Carol A. Robles-Roman, deputy mayor for legal affairs and counsel to Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg who said immigrant communities must learn to stop hiring bad lawyers.
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  13. optionlike
    • 2009 March 13, Floyd Norris, “The Problem? Bankers Point to the Rules”, New York Times:
      “Cheap volatile assets with a huge upside are precisely the kinds of optionlike investments that clever zombie managers are energetically looking for,” he said.
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  14. perspectively
    • 2009 March 13, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Once into the 1990s, thinly drawn egg- and pill-shaped ovals appear everywhere, leaning together, like Modigliani heads or plates seen perspectively in a cupboard.
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  15. rationings
    • 2009 March 13, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Maybe it’s a matter of scale, that the paintings seem too large to support their Minimalist rationings of color and line and end up feeling stretched and thin.
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  16. reattributed
  17. tams
  18. thousandaires
    • 2009 March 13, Clyde Haberman, “The Rich: Can’t Live With Them, Can’t Live Without Them”, New York Times:
      “Obviously, no tears will be shed for the fact that billionaires have gone down in their net worth,” Steve Forbes , the magazine’s editor in chief, told a gathering of thousandaires, more commonly known as journalists.
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  19. triplings
    • 2009 March 13, Holland Cotter, “Passion of the Moment: A Triptych of Masters”, New York Times:
      This is the story the exhibition tells through 56 grand to celestial paintings — no filler here, not an ounce of fat — sorted into broad categories (religious images, portraits, belle donne) and arranged in compare-and-contrast couplings and triplings to indicate who was looking at whom, and why, and when.
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  20. umpirical
  21. wildman
    • 2009 March 13, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      (His wildman yelp has even been compared to Howard Dean ’s.)
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. daidle
  2. deedle