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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-26 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-26).

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86971 tokens ‧ 65192 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8632 types ‧ 28 (~ 0.324%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-03-26[edit]

  1. afterschool
    • 2009 March 26, Alessandra Stanley, “TV Moms Without the Pearls”, New York Times:
      Parental perfectionism — New Age yummy mummies and their baby-yoga classes, children swaddled in homework coaches, afterschool enhancement classes and preschool SAT prep — is always fun to parody.
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  2. cameraphone
  3. countertrafficking
    • 2009 March 26, Mark Landler, “Clinton Says U.S. Feeds Mexico Drug Trade”, New York Times:
      Mexican officials complain about mixed signals from the United States, noting that even as the administration steps up law enforcement help on the border, Congress has cut back funds for a three-year, $1.4 billion drug countertrafficking campaign called the Merida Initiative.
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  4. crepelike
    • 2009 March 26, Stephen Orr, “Alternatives to the Usual”, New York Times:
      The yellowhorn (Xanthoceras sorbifolium) has shiny dissected leaves and scented white crepelike flowers with yellow and red centers.
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  5. darbouka
    • 2009 March 26, Isabel Kershner, “Palestinians Serenade Survivors in Israel”, New York Times:
      The youths scratched at their violins and the Holocaust survivors clapped along, trying to keep up with the changing rhythms of the darbouka drums.
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  6. darboukas
    • 2009 March 26, Isabel Kershner, “Palestinians Serenade Survivors in Israel”, New York Times:
      Things livened up a little once the darboukas came out. Ms. Arison, who attended the well-publicized event, was invited to dance.
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  7. endoscopies
  8. fullcourt
  9. knockaround
    • 2009 March 26, “Nyuk Nyuk Huh? Sean Penn Joins ‘Three Stooges’ Movie”, New York Times:
      Now they’re both correct. Mr. Penn has joined the cast of “The Three Stooges,” a new MGM comedy based on the vintage film shorts of that knockaround trio, Variety reported. Mr. Penn, who recently won his second Academy Award, for playing the title role in Gus Van Sant ’s “Milk,” is set to play Larry, the wire-haired, violin-wielding Stooge.
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  10. minican
    • 2009 March 26, David Pogue, “When Laptops Go Light”, New York Times:
      You might wash those down with a Coke Swigger — a cute minican that holds three ounces of noncarbonated cola.
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  11. nonweekend
  12. phrasemaking
  13. planetlike
    • 2009 March 26, Kenneth Chang, “Recovered Pieces of Asteroid Hold Clues to Early History”, New York Times:
      The hodgepodge of minerals in ureilites indicates they were heated up but not fully melted, suggesting that they were once part of a much larger asteroid that possessed planetlike geological processes.
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  14. reblooms
  15. shrublike
    • 2009 March 26, Stephen Orr, “Alternatives to the Usual”, New York Times:
      Another good candidate is the serviceberry (Amelanchier), a white-flowered shrublike tree with several useful varieties.
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  16. smatterings
    • 2009 March 26, Jack Healy, “Unexpected Increase in Factory Orders”, New York Times:
      “But we’ll take the good news where we can get it, and here and there we’re seeing some smatterings of less-bad economic data.”
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  17. stickaburr
    • 2009 March 26, Dana Jennings, “With a Buzz Cut, I Can Take on Anything”, New York Times:
      So, too, it’s oddly redolent of the Monkees , neighborhood stickaburr fights and going to the stock car races at Star Speedway in Epping, N.H.
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  18. superslim
    • 2009 March 26, David Colman, “Get Cool, Boy”, New York Times:
      The spectrum of dusty-yet-bright colors that snaps through the film (helping to define the two gangs), as well as the superslim silhouette (helping to define their athleticism), both look fresh now.
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  19. swoonily
    • 2009 March 26, Richard Eder, “Even a Failing Mind Feels the Tug of History”, New York Times:
      Claude, swoonily charming, master of the “stratospheric orgasm” and genuinely in love with Eloise — their rupture came when she had an abortion without telling him — incorporates a whole buttery serving of great-French-lover clichés.
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  20. trendspotting
    • 2009 March 26, Guy Trebay, “Fashion’s New and Bigger Role in India”, New York Times:
      Complete coverage of the New York, Milan and Paris collections, including runway slide shows, videos, blogging from Cathy Horyn, trendspotting, the Moment blog from T: The Times Style Magazine and more.
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  21. yellowhorn
    • 2009 March 26, Stephen Orr, “Alternatives to the Usual”, New York Times:
      If you must have something exotic, though, consider two non-native trees: the Japanese snowbell and the yellowhorn from China.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. fihavanana
    • 2009 March 26, Johary Ravaloson, “Island of Instability”, New York Times:
      I would have concluded by calling for adherence to a peculiarly Madagascan concept, fihavanana, which places the highest good on maintaining existing social ties.
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  2. snowbell - Japanese snowbell
    • 2009 March 26, Stephen Orr, “Alternatives to the Usual”, New York Times:
      If you must have something exotic, though, consider two non-native trees: the Japanese snowbell and the yellowhorn from China.
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