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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-31 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-31).

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2009-03-31[edit]

  1. anticrisis
2009 March 31, Ellen Barry, “World Bank Sees Slump in Russia Worsening”, New York Times:
The report praised the government’s $85 billion anticrisis program, which stabilized Russia’s banks and prevented financial panic.

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  1. autophilic
2009 March 31, Natalie Angier, “The Biggest of Puzzles Brought Down to Size”, New York Times:
How many miles does our autophilic nation compile each year?

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  1. blackhearted
2009 March 31, David Segal, “A Signature Shuffle Enjoys a New Life”, New York Times:
Eventually he asked them to “go somewhere else with your negative, hateful, blackhearted and useless souls.”

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  1. bupropion
2009 March 31, Jane E. Brody, “A Dip in the Sex Drive, Tied to Menopause”, New York Times:
While a Viagra -like drug is not yet an option for women, use of the antidepressant bupropion (Wellbutrin at 300 milligrams a day) may improve sexual arousal and satisfaction in women who are not depressed.

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  1. bute
2009 March 31, Joe Drape, “Sheik Gets Back on the Kentucky Derby Trail”, New York Times:
In 2002, Godolphin’s last Derby appearance, Essence of Dubai ran on Lasix and phenylbutazone, known as bute.

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  1. citral
2009 March 31, C. Claiborne Ray, “More Than Skin Deep”, New York Times:
Other chemicals of interest include the essential oil terpinoids citral and d-limonene and four flavonoid antioxidants, called hespiridin, neohesperiden, naringin and rutin.

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  1. fantabulousness
2009 March 31, David Brooks, “Car Dealer in Chief”, New York Times:
(The president lauded their fantabulousness, but G.M. sales fell 51 percent during the first two months of this year while the overall market declined by 39 percent.)

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  1. multimorbidity
2009 March 31, Siri Carpenter, “Treating an Illness Is One Thing. What About a Patient With Many?”, New York Times:
Yet people with multiple health problems — a condition known as multimorbidity — are largely overlooked both in medical research and in the nation’s clinics and hospitals.

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  1. naringin
2009 March 31, C. Claiborne Ray, “More Than Skin Deep”, New York Times:
Other chemicals of interest include the essential oil terpinoids citral and d-limonene and four flavonoid antioxidants, called hespiridin, neohesperiden, naringin and rutin.

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  1. newsiness
2009 March 31, Natalie Angier, “The Biggest of Puzzles Brought Down to Size”, New York Times:
Grim though the economic spur may be, some scientists see a slim silver lining in the sudden newsiness of laughably large numbers.

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  1. nobiletin
2009 March 31, C. Claiborne Ray, “More Than Skin Deep”, New York Times:
One group of chemicals, called polymethoxylated flavones, includes nobiletin, tangeretin and sinesetin.

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  1. nonvertebral
2009 March 31, Nicholas Bakalar, “Vitamin D Pills May Prevent Fractures in Older Adults”, New York Times:
A new review of clinical trials appears to show a strong dose-dependent effect for vitamin D in lowering the risk for nonvertebral fractures in the elderly.

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  1. pastorpreneurs
2009 March 31, Michiko Kakutani, “Almighty Empire With a Global Reach”, New York Times:
This American style of religion has begun to spread around the world through the efforts of what the authors call pastorpreneurs, who have modeled themselves on their American counterparts, building megachurches and entrepreneurial empires.

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  1. polymethoxylated
2009 March 31, C. Claiborne Ray, “More Than Skin Deep”, New York Times:
One group of chemicals, called polymethoxylated flavones, includes nobiletin, tangeretin and sinesetin.

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  1. pozzolans
2009 March 31, Henry Fountain, “Concrete Is Remixed With Environment in Mind”, New York Times:
Both are what are called pozzolans, reactive materials that help make the concrete stronger.

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  1. premilitary
2009 March 31, Isabel Kershner, “Israel Ends Inquiry Into Abuse in Gaza”, New York Times:
The allegations arose from the accounts of soldiers at a conference of graduates of a premilitary course at an academic college in northern Israel .

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  1. reflooded
2009 March 31, “Fargo’s Flood”, New York Times:
From a geologist’s perspective, Fargo, N.D., is in the wrong place at the wrong time: in the midst of a flood plain waiting to be reflooded.

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  1. rehospitalization
2009 March 31, Denise Grady, “Reshaping the Heart Is No Help”, New York Times:
Death and rehospitalization rates were the same, and symptoms improved equally in both groups.

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  1. restructural
2009 March 31, David Brooks, “Car Dealer in Chief”, New York Times:
Could President Obama really scare the restructural recidivists in Detroit into coming up with changes big enough to do the job?

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  1. runover
2009 March 31, Felicia R. Lee, “Television Ratings”, New York Times:
CBS ranked No. 1 on Sunday night, aided by “60 Minutes” and an 18-minute runover into the 7 o’clock hour of live basketball coverage from the afternoon.

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  1. semisatire
2009 March 31, Jon Caramanica, “Protest From the Right Side of Country”, New York Times:
Mr. Rich sees the song as being in the us-versus-them tradition of “Okie From Muskogee,” the 1969 semisatire of country life by Merle Haggard , with whom Mr. Rich recently crossed paths.

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  1. triliths
2009 March 31, Dennis Hevesi, “George Hedges, Lawyer Who Explored Middle East, Dies at 57”, New York Times:
They also found another trading center near the Indian Ocean in Oman; the ruins of limestone fortresses in Yemen; and stone monuments, called triliths, that marked caravan routes.

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  1. unstagey
2009 March 31, The New York Times, “Dance in Review”, New York Times:
This improvisatory element engendered a vibrant, appealingly unstagey quality of performance.

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  1. hespiridin = hesperidin
2009 March 31, C. Claiborne Ray, “More Than Skin Deep”, New York Times:
Other chemicals of interest include the essential oil terpinoids citral and d-limonene and four flavonoid antioxidants, called hespiridin, neohesperiden, naringin and rutin.

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  1. neohesperiden = neohesperidin
2009 March 31, C. Claiborne Ray, “More Than Skin Deep”, New York Times:
Other chemicals of interest include the essential oil terpinoids citral and d-limonene and four flavonoid antioxidants, called hespiridin, neohesperiden, naringin and rutin.

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  1. primeur
2009 March 31, David Jolly, “In Wine Futures Season, Concerns of a Bust”, New York Times:
The top chateaus are hoping to cut prices by perhaps 15 percent from the 2007 en primeur to show good faith, he added, “but cutting the price by 50, 60 percent is the only way it’s going to work.”

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  1. sinesetin = sinensetin
2009 March 31, C. Claiborne Ray, “More Than Skin Deep”, New York Times:
One group of chemicals, called polymethoxylated flavones, includes nobiletin, tangeretin and sinesetin.

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  1. tangeretin = tangeritin
2009 March 31, C. Claiborne Ray, “More Than Skin Deep”, New York Times:
One group of chemicals, called polymethoxylated flavones, includes nobiletin, tangeretin and sinesetin.

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  1. terpinoids = terpenoids
2009 March 31, C. Claiborne Ray, “More Than Skin Deep”, New York Times:
Other chemicals of interest include the essential oil terpinoids citral and d-limonene and four flavonoid antioxidants, called hespiridin, neohesperiden, naringin and rutin.

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