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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-21 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-21).

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71618 tokens ‧ 53134 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7501 types ‧ 14 (~ 0.187%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-03-21[edit]

  1. antiforeclosure
    • 2009 March 21, “The Fed Does Battle, Again”, New York Times:
      Mr. Obama’s antiforeclosure plan — offering banks incentives and guidelines to rework troubled loans — is reportedly off to a slow start, too.
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  2. antiqueries
    • 2009 March 21, Jodi Rudoren, “A Town Reborn Faces a New Threat”, New York Times:
      But in the last six months, many of the gewgaw parlors and antiqueries have seen their balance sheets follow the broader economy down, down, down.
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  3. chimi
  4. exclusionist
  5. fringier
    • 2009 March 21, Ginia Bellafante, “Show About the Universe Raises Questions on Earth”, New York Times:
      In another, if fringier, analysis, the show’s focus on the struggles of a contained brigade of human survivors in a post-apocalyptic galaxy is a loose parable for the events in the Book of Mormon: Gaius Baltar (James Callis), the venal scientist turned collaborator turned false prophet turned savior equated not with Jesus or a hundred televangelists but with Joseph Smith.
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  6. kleptocratic
  7. knickknack *
    • 2009 March 21, Jodi Rudoren, “A Town Reborn Faces a New Threat”, New York Times:
      As in so many other abandoned small towns and former industrial capitals, art galleries and knickknack emporiums over the last decade reinvented the charming exposed-brick storefronts along Main Street, supported both by locals and by tourists visiting Dia:Beacon, a progressive museum that opened in the former Nabisco factory in 2003.
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  8. midset
  9. overanesthetized
  10. supersenior
    • 2009 March 21, Peter Edmonston, “Goldman Insists It Would Have Lost Little if A.I.G. Had Failed”, New York Times:
      But in 2007, Goldman began to mark down the value of the supersenior collateralized debt obligations that were underlying credit-default swap agreements with A.I.G. He said Goldman and A.I.G. could not agree on how much additional collateral A.I.G. had to supply to reflect the risk.
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  11. unfried
    • 2009 March 21, “Fresh Food for Urban Deserts”, New York Times:
      There are communities across America where it’s almost impossible to find a fresh apple or an unfried potato.
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  12. uninvade
  13. worklike
    • 2009 March 21, Claudia La Rocco, “A Tidal Current, Deep and Sometimes Violent”, New York Times:
      The choreographic structure mirrors the music, creating a communal, worklike feel (as do the handsome costumes, both girly and practical, designed by the performer Deborah Black).
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. likey