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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-10 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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2009-04-10[edit]

  1. appoynted
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      “After the kyng and hys compaignions had danced, he appoynted the ladyes, gentlewomen and the Ambassadours to take the letters of their garmentes, in token of liberalitte, which thyng the common people perceyuyng, ranee to the kyng, and stripped him unto his hosen and dublet, and all hys compaignions in likewise.
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  2. asa *
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      There are scholars who believe that Henry underwent a profound personality change halfway through his reign, possibly the result of a jousting accident, and that he became more paranoid and despotic as time went on. Mr. Schwarz, the curator of the exhibition, sees Henry’s reign as more of a piece and thinks of him not as a monster but simply asa a man of his time.
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  3. audiotaped
    • 2009 April 10, Holland Cotter, “Young Artists, Caught in the Act”, New York Times:
      In a live audiotaped performance, the British artist Tris Vonna-Michell begins telling a story at a leisurely pace, then gradually accelerates the delivery until the words turn into a coloratura stream of leaps and repeats, all the while holding the narrative thread.
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  4. carnie
    • 2009 April 10, Jon Caramanica, “Playing to the Crowd and 70 Million Friends on MySpace”, New York Times:
      Seeing Jadakiss shill like a carnie barker is one of the many unexpected twists of today’s music marketplace, in which veterans have to work aggressively to maintain a piece of the diminishing pie.
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  5. cheynes
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      So for the most part does Henry’s taste for high living, though some space is devoted to his palaces, and an extensive manuscript list of gifts he gave or received includes a “brase of greyhoundes” and a “night cap with cheynes & buttons of golde.”
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  6. compaignions
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      “After the kyng and hys compaignions had danced, he appoynted the ladyes, gentlewomen and the Ambassadours to take the letters of their garmentes, in token of liberalitte, which thyng the common people perceyuyng, ranee to the kyng, and stripped him unto his hosen and dublet, and all hys compaignions in likewise.
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  7. connoisseurial
    • 2009 April 10, Ken Johnson, “Capturing the Outlines of an Exuberant Universe”, New York Times:
      Finished drawings sometimes were kept as prototypes for paintings and as objects of connoisseurial delectation, but generally they served as the underlying, invisible foundation for paintings.
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  8. dalaal
  9. dublet
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      “After the kyng and hys compaignions had danced, he appoynted the ladyes, gentlewomen and the Ambassadours to take the letters of their garmentes, in token of liberalitte, which thyng the common people perceyuyng, ranee to the kyng, and stripped him unto his hosen and dublet, and all hys compaignions in likewise.
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  10. eteam
    • 2009 April 10, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      And a collaborative called eteam, led by Franziska Lamprecht and Hajoe Moderegger, is screening a delightful video documenting a project of several years in which the group created a fictive international airport at a near-deserted town on the Nevada-Utah border.
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  11. garmentes
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      “After the kyng and hys compaignions had danced, he appoynted the ladyes, gentlewomen and the Ambassadours to take the letters of their garmentes, in token of liberalitte, which thyng the common people perceyuyng, ranee to the kyng, and stripped him unto his hosen and dublet, and all hys compaignions in likewise.
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  12. geyserlike
  13. hannah *
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      i love hannah sooo much. she’s so CLEAN, you know?
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  14. hve
    • 2009 April 10, Clifford J. Levy, “Thousands Demonstrate Against Georgian President”, New York Times:
      Since Georgia received independence after the fall of the Soviet Union, politics here hve been highly partisan and contentious, and Mr. Saakashvili’s two predecessors did not finish their terms.
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  15. hys *
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      “After the kyng and hys compaignions had danced, he appoynted the ladyes, gentlewomen and the Ambassadours to take the letters of their garmentes, in token of liberalitte, which thyng the common people perceyuyng, ranee to the kyng, and stripped him unto his hosen and dublet, and all hys compaignions in likewise.
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  16. kyng
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      “After the kyng and hys compaignions had danced, he appoynted the ladyes, gentlewomen and the Ambassadours to take the letters of their garmentes, in token of liberalitte, which thyng the common people perceyuyng, ranee to the kyng, and stripped him unto his hosen and dublet, and all hys compaignions in likewise.
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  17. labelmate
    • 2009 April 10, Jon Caramanica, “Playing to the Crowd and 70 Million Friends on MySpace”, New York Times:
      And “Letter to B.I.G.,” a dedication to Jadakiss’s former labelmate the Notorious B.I.G. , who was killed in 1997, was heartfelt but plodding: “I ain’t touched the paper I was supposed to yet/Everybody that’s somebody shows respect.”
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  18. liberalitte
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      “After the kyng and hys compaignions had danced, he appoynted the ladyes, gentlewomen and the Ambassadours to take the letters of their garmentes, in token of liberalitte, which thyng the common people perceyuyng, ranee to the kyng, and stripped him unto his hosen and dublet, and all hys compaignions in likewise.
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  19. lindsay
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee to remind her her real name is miley stewart (well it’s really miley cyrus but you know what i mean). and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) who wears super tight jeans and has zac efron hair but zac doesn’t play him :( and he likes miley way better than hannah even though hannah’s outfits are really cute (but not trashy like britney or lindsay).
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  20. miley
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee to remind her her real name is miley stewart (well it’s really miley cyrus but you know what i mean). and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) who wears super tight jeans and has zac efron hair but zac doesn’t play him :( and he likes miley way better than hannah even though hannah’s outfits are really cute (but not trashy like britney or lindsay).
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  21. montana *
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      omg ashley, i’ve just seen “hannah montana the movie”!! and it’s just as awesome as the tv show only bigger and prettier and she doesn’t fall down so much.
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  22. perceyuyng
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      “After the kyng and hys compaignions had danced, he appoynted the ladyes, gentlewomen and the Ambassadours to take the letters of their garmentes, in token of liberalitte, which thyng the common people perceyuyng, ranee to the kyng, and stripped him unto his hosen and dublet, and all hys compaignions in likewise.
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  23. perezagruska
    • 2009 April 10, “Mr. Medvedev’s Silence”, New York Times:
      Many Russia-watchers wistfully recall his early condemnations of Russia’s “legal nihilism” and rampant corruption and hope that Mr. Medvedev will one day rise up and, to borrow a metaphor, push the perezagruska button on human rights issues.
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  24. preshot
    • 2009 April 10, Larry Dorman, “Campbell Steals the Show From Woods”, New York Times:
      His preshot routine and mannerisms came back and he was driving the ball “very long and straight,” said Langer, who played with him.
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  25. resigination
    • 2009 April 10, Clifford J. Levy, “Thousands Demonstrate Against Georgian President”, New York Times:
      They gathered in front of the Parliament building to demand the resigination of the president, who opposition speakers denounced as a tyrant who had mishandled the war with Russia .
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  26. stewart
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee to remind her her real name is miley stewart (well it’s really miley cyrus but you know what i mean). and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) who wears super tight jeans and has zac efron hair but zac doesn’t play him :( and he likes miley way better than hannah even though hannah’s outfits are really cute (but not trashy like britney or lindsay).
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  27. stode
  28. tennessee
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee to remind her her real name is miley stewart (well it’s really miley cyrus but you know what i mean). and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) who wears super tight jeans and has zac efron hair but zac doesn’t play him :( and he likes miley way better than hannah even though hannah’s outfits are really cute (but not trashy like britney or lindsay).
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  29. thyng
    • 2009 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Just a King for His Time: Executions, Wives, Divorces and Bad Diets”, New York Times:
      “After the kyng and hys compaignions had danced, he appoynted the ladyes, gentlewomen and the Ambassadours to take the letters of their garmentes, in token of liberalitte, which thyng the common people perceyuyng, ranee to the kyng, and stripped him unto his hosen and dublet, and all hys compaignions in likewise.
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  30. toxoplasma
    • 2009 April 10, James E. Mcwilliams, “Free-Range Trichinosis”, New York Times:
      The study, financed by the National Pork Board, discovered not only higher rates of salmonella in free-range pigs (54 percent versus 39 percent) but also greater levels of the pathogen toxoplasma (6.8 percent versus 1.1 percent) and, most alarming, two free-range pigs that carried the parasite trichina (as opposed to zero for confined pigs).
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  31. ultrarealistic
    • 2009 April 10, 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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  32. unisexually
    • 2009 April 10, Anita Gates, “What Waiters Talk About While Diners Are Waiting”, New York Times:
      The only problem is that the dancers were talking about doing something they loved, and the servers, as the wait staff members are unisexually known, are doing something they hate, just to pay the bills.
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  33. uno *
    • 2009 April 10, “Spare Times”, New York Times:
      PARSONS THE NEW SCHOOL FOR DESIGN “e uno plures,” a sculptural installation by Greg Blonder that explores evolution in recognition of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Charles Darwin ’s “On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection.”
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  34. unstimulating
    • 2009 April 10, Terrence Rafferty, “Satyajit Ray’s World of Restless Watchfulness and Nuance”, New York Times:
      The languid rhythm of her steps tells us how wearily familiar everything seems to her, and the rapt attention she devotes to people passing on the street tells us something sadder still: in her comfortable but unstimulating life, the ordinary activities of ordinary people look exotic, wondrous.
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  35. vibrio
    • 2009 April 10, Gardiner Harris, “U.S. Food Safety No Longer Improving”, New York Times:
      There has been no statistically significant change in the incidence of salmonella and cryptosporidium since 1996, and there has been a marked increase in cases of vibrio , a relatively rare disease mostly associated with raw oysters.
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  36. youthfest
    • 2009 April 10, Holland Cotter, “Young Artists, Caught in the Act”, New York Times:
      What we get in this case is a serious, carefully considered show, but one that, apart from a few magnetic stand-alone entries — a killer video by Cyprien Gaillard, an animation by Wojciech Bakowski, a madcap Ryan Trecartin installation — feels awfully sedate and buttoned-down for a youthfest.
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  37. zac
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee to remind her her real name is miley stewart (well it’s really miley cyrus but you know what i mean). and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) who wears super tight jeans and has zac efron hair but zac doesn’t play him :( and he likes miley way better than hannah even though hannah’s outfits are really cute (but not trashy like britney or lindsay).
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. ashley
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      omg ashley, i’ve just seen “hannah montana the movie”!! and it’s just as awesome as the tv show only bigger and prettier and she doesn’t fall down so much.
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  2. britney
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee to remind her her real name is miley stewart (well it’s really miley cyrus but you know what i mean). and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) who wears super tight jeans and has zac efron hair but zac doesn’t play him :( and he likes miley way better than hannah even though hannah’s outfits are really cute (but not trashy like britney or lindsay).
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  3. cooool
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee to remind her her real name is miley stewart (well it’s really miley cyrus but you know what i mean). and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) who wears super tight jeans and has zac efron hair but zac doesn’t play him :( and he likes miley way better than hannah even though hannah’s outfits are really cute (but not trashy like britney or lindsay).
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  4. cyrus
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee to remind her her real name is miley stewart (well it’s really miley cyrus but you know what i mean). and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) who wears super tight jeans and has zac efron hair but zac doesn’t play him :( and he likes miley way better than hannah even though hannah’s outfits are really cute (but not trashy like britney or lindsay).
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  5. efron
    • 2009 April 10, Jeannette Catsoulis, “Film in Review”, New York Times:
      basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee to remind her her real name is miley stewart (well it’s really miley cyrus but you know what i mean). and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) who wears super tight jeans and has zac efron hair but zac doesn’t play him :( and he likes miley way better than hannah even though hannah’s outfits are really cute (but not trashy like britney or lindsay).
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  6. shigella proper noun at Shigella
    • 2009 April 10, Gardiner Harris, “U.S. Food Safety No Longer Improving”, New York Times:
      Since 1996, when the system began, the burden of illness from campylobacter, listeria, shigella, E. coli O157 and Yersinia has decreased, although all of that decrease occurred before 2004.
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