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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-08 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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82021 tokens ‧ 60125 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8158 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.257%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-04-08[edit]

  1. afikoman
    • 2009 April 8, Nathan Englander, “The Passover Song”, New York Times:
      I remember stealing and hiding the afikoman during the endless Seder meal (a tradition meant to keep youngsters awake).
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  2. assado
  3. backpass
    • 2009 April 8, The Associated Press, “Porto and Manchester United Tie”, New York Times:
      Wayne Rooney took advantage of a bad backpass from Bruno Alves to tie the score in the 15th.
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  4. borrego
  5. dubspot
    • 2009 April 8, Vincent M. Mallozzi, “Instead of Falling Into a Rut, Busting Out a New Groove”, New York Times:
      Dan Giove, the president and founder of dubspot, where a five-month course costs $1,695.00, said that a D.J., depending on experience and venue, can make anywhere from $50 to $1,000 an event.
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  6. folar
    • 2009 April 8, David Leite, “Newark’s Portuguese Community Keeps Fires of Tradition Burning”, New York Times:
      Mr. Alexandre is no stranger to the kitchen, as he’s proud to announce, having won several contests at the social club for his folar, a traditional Easter bread that in Trás-os-Montes is stuffed with cured meat.
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  7. guisado *
  8. heo *
    • 2009 April 8, Julia Moskin, “Building on Layers of Tradition”, New York Times:
      He may be the first on the East Coast to serve the upscale delicacy banh mi thit heo quay — stuffed with banquet-style roast pork belly and slivers of crunchy pork skin.
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  9. inflectionless
    • 2009 April 8, Steve Smith, “Humbert Humbert (Conjuring Nymphet)”, New York Times:
      The production’s distancing effects and vortex of simultaneous, contradictory sensations — Humbert’s lurid, oversize face flanked by placid vistas; volatile accusations proclaimed in a computer’s inflectionless tones; glimpses of flesh stripped of titillation through uncomfortably frenetic gesticulations — made for a potent experience of profoundly claustrophobic unease.
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  10. kimonolike
    • 2009 April 8, Jon Caramanica, “A Singer’s Crossroads, Located Center Stage”, New York Times:
      For most of the night she wore a transfixing, riotous suit of multicolored kimonolike fabric, but for the last two songs she switched to a pink leopard-print leotard with matching tail and became, suddenly, sinuous.
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  11. malorum
    • 2009 April 8, Maureen Dowd, “Striking It Poor”, New York Times:
      As with Chaucer’s “Pardoner’s Tale,” with its moral of “radix malorum est cupiditas” or “greed is the root of all evil,” my two friends and I quickly fell to arguing about whether we would keep our own booty or split it three ways, suspicions blooming.
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  12. maraging
    • 2009 April 8, William J. Broad, “Indictment Says Banned Materials Sold to Iran”, New York Times:
      And in another case, Mr. Morgenthau said, in June 2008, Limmt used the letterhead of a front company to send a Defense Industries subsidiary an invoice for 1.4 million euros, or about $1.8 million, for 24,500 kilograms of high-strength maraging steel rods.
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  13. megafortunes
    • 2009 April 8, “Guarding the Family Fortune”, New York Times:
      The provision would funnel an additional $91 billion over 10 years to the heirs of megafortunes, money that would otherwise have been paid in federal taxes or donated to charity.
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  14. mucver
  15. nonrats
  16. overhired
    • 2009 April 8, Claire Cain Miller, “Start-Up Gets Course in Survival”, New York Times:
      He borrowed from Sequoia’s presentation and told the staff that Jive needed to conserve cash, make swift and deep cuts and invest based on results instead of ahead of them, as they had when they overhired.
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  17. ovos
  18. recorked
    • 2009 April 8, Eric Asimov, “On Tap? How About Chardonnay or Pinot Noir”, New York Times:
      Systems like these are an improvement over the half-empty bottle recorked behind the bar, but they are imperfect, complicated and expensive.
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  19. spurtability
  20. thit
    • 2009 April 8, Julia Moskin, “Building on Layers of Tradition”, New York Times:
      He may be the first on the East Coast to serve the upscale delicacy banh mi thit heo quay — stuffed with banquet-style roast pork belly and slivers of crunchy pork skin.
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  21. xec *
    • 2009 April 8, Mark Bittman, “From the Yucatán, a Burst of Citrus Salsa”, New York Times:
      IT was a long time ago, but I remember well the first time I was treated to xec, the Maya salsa made almost entirely out of citrus.
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