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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-27 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-27).

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2009-03-27[edit]

  1. cupholder
    • 2009 March 27, Steve Bailey, “Diverting Idle Hands (and Feet)”, New York Times:
      For example, Cuppa Knitting to Go ($21.95) is a knitting kit designed to fit into a cupholder in a car or minivan.
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  2. dropoffs
    • 2009 March 27, Elisabeth Rosenthal, “Students Give Up Wheels for Their Own Two Feet”, New York Times:
      Yet as they pulled up to Carducci School, dozens of private cars were parked helter-skelter for dropoffs in the small plaza outside as gaggles of mothers chatted on the sidewalk nearby.
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  3. guitaristic
  4. heartstopping
    • 2009 March 27, A. O. Scott, “Film Festival: The City as Bane, Nature as Balm”, New York Times:
      The Russian tradition of cinematography is formidable, and Mr. German honors it with his breathtaking widescreen compositions and camera movements that sometimes achieve a heartstopping lyricism.
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  5. hypercivilized
    • 2009 March 27, A. O. Scott, “Film Festival: The City as Bane, Nature as Balm”, New York Times:
      A fascination with the natural world — which seems at once fragile and enduring, forbiddingly strange and intimately known — is an obvious response to, and escape from, our hypercivilized, technology-saturated, globalized habitations.
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  6. loosie
  7. loosies
  8. mortobus
    • 2009 March 27, Elisabeth Rosenthal, “Students Give Up Wheels for Their Own Two Feet”, New York Times:
      The bus routes have distinctive names (the one through the graveyard is the mortobus), and compete for prizes like pizza parties for the students.
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  9. noncircumcised
    • 2009 March 27, Nicholas Bakalar, “Circumcision Is Found to Curb Two S.T.D.’s”, New York Times:
      At 24 months, 114 men of the men initially circumcised and 153 of the noncircumcised tested positive for H.S.V.-2. After controlling for various health and behavioral factors, the researchers estimated that circumcised men had a 25 percent reduced risk of infection.
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  10. piedibus
    • 2009 March 27, Elisabeth Rosenthal, “Students Give Up Wheels for Their Own Two Feet”, New York Times:
      In Britain, about half the local school systems now have some sort of incentives to encourage walking, although generally less formal ones than the piedibus, said Roger L. Mackett, a professor at the Center for Transport Studies at University College in London.
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  11. piedibuses
    • 2009 March 27, Elisabeth Rosenthal, “Students Give Up Wheels for Their Own Two Feet”, New York Times:
      Although the routes are each generally less than a mile, the town’s piedibuses have so far eliminated more than 100,000 miles of car travel and, in principle, prevented thousands of tons of greenhouse gases from entering the air, Dario Pesenti, the town’s environment auditor, estimates.
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  12. pipeliner
    • 2009 March 27, Bill Friskics-Warren, “Dan Seals, 61, Pop Duo’s England Dan, Dies”, New York Times:
      Danny Wayland Seals was born Feb. 8, 1948, in McCamey, Tex. His father, an amateur guitarist who performed with Bob Wills and Ernest Tubb, worked as a pipeliner in the oil fields of West Texas. Mr. Seals’s older brother, Jim Seals, played in fiddle championships as a child and later had several pop hits as part of the 1970s duo Seals & Crofts.
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  13. postfilm
    • 2009 March 27, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      The band has enjoyed a postfilm renaissance and released a new record, “My Bloody Underground” (A Records), last year.
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  14. repricings
  15. shortsided
  16. spermists
    • 2009 March 27, Vivien Schweitzer, “Night of New York Debuts, and a Farewell”, New York Times:
      Esa-Pekka Salonen , in his wry program notes for his “Homunculus” (2007) for string quartet, writes that he has long “been fascinated (and amused) by the theory of the arcane spermists, who held the belief that the sperm was in fact a ‘little man’ (homunculus) that was placed inside a woman for growth into a child.”
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  17. surveyable
    • 2009 March 27, Holland Cotter, “The Reluctant Impressionist”, New York Times:
      He was born in 1848 to a haute bourgeois family in Paris, and he grew up during the years that the medieval city was being destroyed and a modern one — more sanitary, shopper friendly and police surveyable — was being built.
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  18. ultrarealistic
    • 2009 March 27, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      Roberto Alagna stepped up to the challenge recently in the season revival of Franco Zeffirelli ’s ultrarealistic production, and now it’s José Cura’s turn.
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  19. unskewered
  20. wirewalkers
    • 2009 March 27, Lawrence Van Gelder, “Where’s That Elephant? It Was Here a Second Ago”, New York Times:
      That is not to overlook the feats of assorted acrobats, wirewalkers and other daredevils blasted from a double-barreled cannon, or flying through the air, or trying to maintain their balance atop a spinning wheel high above the arena floor.
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