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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-16 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-16).

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2009-03-16[edit]

  1. angelus *
    • 2009 March 16, Rachel Donadio, “Pope Preparing for Trip to Africa”, New York Times:
      In his weekly angelus message on Sunday, Benedict said that on his trip to Africa he intended “to embrace the entire African continent, its thousand differences and its deep religious spirit, its ancient cultures and its difficult path toward development and reconciliation, its painful wounds and its enormous potential and hope.”
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  2. bazaarlike
    • 2009 March 16, Karen Rosenberg, “Asian Arts, From Robes to Porcelains, Have Their Annual Jamboree”, New York Times:
      Other textiles can be found on the walls and floor of Joss Graham’s booth, which has a cheerful bazaarlike atmosphere. Mr. Graham has also organized a tented installation of Indian turbans from Rajasthan near the cafe area.
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  3. continentwide
    • 2009 March 16, Paul Krugman, “A Continent Adrift”, New York Times:
      But unlike America, Europe doesn’t have the kind of continentwide institutions needed to deal with a continentwide crisis.
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  4. cornerman
  5. corrido *
  6. corridos
  7. draglines
    • 2009 March 16, “Appalachia’s Agony”, New York Times:
      Enormous machines — bulldozers and draglines — scrape away mountain ridges to expose the coal seams below.
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  8. loungey
    • 2009 March 16, Jon Pareles, “Brazilian Pop: Sambas With a Twist”, New York Times:
      In its lean arrangements, her band conjured both traditions and possibilities: the tambourine and strummed cavaquinho (miniature guitar) of samba for “Na Gangorra,” a loungey acid-jazz pulse and hints of reggae for “Vento No Canavial,” African-tinged funk in the Vinicius de Moraes-Baden Powell song “Consolaçã” and in the French songwriter Camille Dalmais’s “1, 2, 3.”
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  9. pustulant
  10. rebrick
  11. rinkwide
  12. saucerlike
    • 2009 March 16, Carol Vogel, “Optimism and Jitters at Art Fair in Europe”, New York Times:
      After such a landmark auction, works quickly surface, and it was no surprise to find a pair of German gold tazze (saucerlike objects on pedestals), at Galerie Neuse from Bremen, Germany.
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  13. technorati
  14. unicornlike
  15. unnoted

Sequestered[edit]

  1. honkballers
  2. tazze *
    • 2009 March 16, Carol Vogel, “Optimism and Jitters at Art Fair in Europe”, New York Times:
      After such a landmark auction, works quickly surface, and it was no surprise to find a pair of German gold tazze (saucerlike objects on pedestals), at Galerie Neuse from Bremen, Germany.
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