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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-30 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-30).

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2009-03-30[edit]

  1. counterexplorer
  2. counterhistory
    • 2009 March 30, Edward Rothstein, “Casting a Sliver of Light on the Heart of Darkness”, New York Times:
      It is a counterhistory, a celebration of an explorer scarcely known in the United States, an Italian-born, French-educated aristocrat, Pietro Savorgnan di Brazza.
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  3. delectability
    • 2009 March 30, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      On “Chocolate Box,” which sounds deliriously like a club track from the 1980s, Prince declares his own delectability.
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  4. enslavers
    • 2009 March 30, Edward Rothstein, “Casting a Sliver of Light on the Heart of Darkness”, New York Times:
      And then came others, possessing weaponry and a sophisticated support before which tribes in dense jungles had no recourse: European concessionaires and feckless traders, brutish exploiters and enslavers.
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  5. floodway
  6. multipayer
  7. neurotrauma
    • 2009 March 30, Michael Paul Mason, “Keeping Our Heads”, New York Times:
      One of the most promising neurotrauma protocols comes from an Emory University researcher, Donald Stein, whose work suggests that a dose of the hormone progesterone administered within 24 hours of a brain injury could have a profound protective effect.
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  8. nichey
    • 2009 March 30, Ashlee Vance, “Do-It-Yourself Magazines, Cheaply Slick”, New York Times:
      “There are so many of the nichey, maybe weird-at-first communities, that can use this,” said Andrew Bolwell, head of the MagCloud effort at Hewlett-Packard.
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  9. outmuscling
  10. oversharing
  11. postcrisis
    • 2009 March 30, Mark Landler, “Rising Powers Challenge U.S. on Role in I.M.F.”, New York Times:
      Now, with world leaders gathering this week in London to plot a response to the gravest global economic downturn since World War II, the fund is becoming a chip in a contest to reshape the postcrisis landscape.
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  12. prophylactically
    • 2009 March 30, Pam Belluck, “Cholesterol Drugs May Cut Risk of Clots”, New York Times:
      “I can’t imagine that you would be treating people prophylactically yet,” said Dr. Timothy J. Gardner, the president of the American Heart Association .
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  13. rosuvastatin
    • 2009 March 30, Pam Belluck, “Cholesterol Drugs May Cut Risk of Clots”, New York Times:
      The statin used in the Jupiter study is the most potent on the market, rosuvastatin, sold as Crestor and made by AstraZeneca, which sponsored the study.
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  14. sandpapery
    • 2009 March 30, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      A bruiser with a sandpapery voice, he was a reliable teller of corner-boy tales and, it seemed, a willing cog.
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  15. stabler
  16. thromboembolism
    • 2009 March 30, Pam Belluck, “Cholesterol Drugs May Cut Risk of Clots”, New York Times:
      The study , published on the Web site of The New England Journal of Medicine and presented Sunday at an American College of Cardiology convention, found that relatively healthy people who took a potent statin were 43 percent less likely than those who took a placebo to get a blood clot known as venous thromboembolism.
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  17. tormas

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