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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-07 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-19).

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67703 tokens ‧ 50746 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7383 types ‧ 14 (~ 0.19%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-04-07[edit]

  1. antifat
    • 2009 April 7, John Tierney, “Public Policy That Makes Test Subjects of Us All”, New York Times:
      That antifat campaign, like the antisalt campaign , was endorsed by prominent groups and federal agencies before the campaigners’ theory was tested in rigorous trials.
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  2. antisalt
  3. asthmas
    • 2009 April 7, Elissa Ely, M.D, “House Dust Yields Clue to Asthma: Roaches”, New York Times:
      VACUUMING Dr. Daniel G. Remick said his study was the first to collect house dust to study asthmas in inner-city children.
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  4. bristlingly
    • 2009 April 7, Lawrence Downes, “Don’t Tread on Them”, New York Times:
      The chief of the Northport Fire Department, which like many on Long Island is bristlingly equipped by compliant taxpayers with enough gear to protect small European principalities, kept watch from his official S.U.V. The Northport Police directed traffic as a search-and-rescue boat idled over by the marina.
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  5. contractibility
    • 2009 April 7, Elissa Ely, M.D, “House Dust Yields Clue to Asthma: Roaches”, New York Times:
      Analysis of their lungs showed that their airways were clogged with white blood cells, mostly of a type called eosinophils , that caused mucus secretion, tissue damage and changes in muscle contractibility.
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  6. debtlike
    • 2009 April 7, “A Window Opens for Stock Issues”, New York Times:
      Before the crisis, perhaps 70 percent of demand came from practitioners of convertible arbitrage, who aimed to profit from the interplay of the debtlike and equitylike characteristics of the securities.
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  7. eotaxin
  8. equitylike
    • 2009 April 7, “A Window Opens for Stock Issues”, New York Times:
      Before the crisis, perhaps 70 percent of demand came from practitioners of convertible arbitrage, who aimed to profit from the interplay of the debtlike and equitylike characteristics of the securities.
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  9. overscreening
    • 2009 April 7, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “DNA Test Outperforms Pap Smear”, New York Times:
      We’re totally overscreening, but when you’ve been telling everyone for 40 years to get an annual Pap smear, it’s hard to change.”
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  10. photolike
    • 2009 April 7, Joe Sharkey, “Whole-Body Scans Pass First Airport Tests”, New York Times:
      The images, which have been described as photolike, will not be stored, and current machines do not have the capability to do so, Ms. Payne said.
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  11. spinothalamic

Sequestered[edit]

  1. contigent = contingent
    • 2009 April 7, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “‘No-Risk’ Insurance at F.D.I.C.”, New York Times:
      She said that before announcing the program, the F.D.I.C.’s lawyers determined that the statute allowed it to guarantee loans by valuing them as contigent liabilities.
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  2. fingah = finger phonetic
    • 2009 April 7, Ben Brantley, “Panties, Squirrels and Lots of Ammo”, New York Times:
      I can honestly say I know of no other show in which a man (played by a priceless David Aaron Baker) gleefully yells, “Bweak da fingah.
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  3. postive = positive