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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-25 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-25).

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2009-03-25[edit]

  1. airheadedness
    • 2009 March 25, Neil Genzlinger, “Small Troupe Offering Big Screens, Big Noise”, New York Times:
      In another recurring bit that looks as if it would be funny under other circumstances, two technology-infatuated chatterboxes try to outdo each other in airheadedness.
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  2. canela *
    • 2009 March 25, Kim Severson, “A Mexican Feast With Artisanal Technique”, New York Times:
      The heart and soul of my strategy would be a big pot of carnitas perfumed with oregano, orange zest and the delicate Mexican cinnamon called canela.
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  3. chicharrones
  4. compartmentalizer
    • 2009 March 25, Judy Battista, “Broncos’ Coach Says Cutler Is His Starter”, New York Times:
      Perhaps McDaniels learned something as Belichick, the master compartmentalizer, kept those controversies from undermining the New England Patriots .
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  5. conservational
  6. cotija
    • 2009 March 25, Glenn Collins, “For Mets Fans, a Menu Beyond Peanuts and Cracker Jack”, New York Times:
      Some of the things he wants are pulled-pork sandwiches on brioche buns ($9), steamed corn on the cob with mayonnaise, cotija cheese and a dusting of cayenne ($3.50), “dog bites” (Kosher hot dogs coated in matzo meal with brown mustard for $11), spare ribs seasoned with Kansas City rub ($10) and shrimp rolls — using a Martin’s potato roll — with shoestring potatoes ($14).
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  7. crownless
  8. crudo *
    • 2009 March 25, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      The menu emphasizes seafood, including an array of crudo.
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  9. druzhinik
  10. druzhiniki
    • 2009 March 25, Michael Schwirtz, “Russian Volunteers Keep Eye on Citizens, and the Police”, New York Times:
      The new legislation, which will probably come up for hearings in Russia’s Parliament this spring, would institute the druzhiniki on a federal level and allow them to impose fines for failure to obey their orders and provide compensation for injuries suffered while on patrol.
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  11. masa *
  12. pepitas
  13. yackety

Sequestered[edit]

  1. promixately = error for proximately
    • 2009 March 25, Michael Powell, “Vindicated, but Still Not Freed From Court’s Injustice”, New York Times:
      “For claimant’s mental anguish and degradation occasioned by being labeled a child molester of his 4-year-old daughter; for the irretrievable loss of his relationship with his daughter promixately caused by his conviction; for his loss of liberty into the most fearsome maximum security prison environment that an innocent man may be thrust,” the judge said, he was awarding him $2 million.
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