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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-13 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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2009-04-13[edit]

  1. antitaxation
    • 2009 April 13, Paul Krugman, “Tea Parties Forever”, New York Times:
      These parties — antitaxation demonstrations that are supposed to evoke the memory of the Boston Tea Party and the American Revolution — have been the subject of considerable mockery, and rightly so.
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  2. conjunto *
  3. delofts
    • 2009 April 13, Bill Pennington, “Sorenstam’s Tips for Flop Shots in Tough Spots”, New York Times:
      ¶To ensure that you do not make a normal transfer of weight to your front foot during the swing, which may be good for full shots or chips but delofts the club in a flop shot, practice keeping your front heel off the ground throughout the swing.
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  4. flutonette
  5. miniloans
    • 2009 April 13, “391 Percent Payday Loan”, New York Times:
      Others have argued that without these miniloans, people would bounce checks, incurring average costs of $27 or more per overdraft.
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  6. pailas
    • 2009 April 13, A. E. Velez, “Manny Oquendo, Latin Band Leader and Stylistic Innovator, Dies at 78”, New York Times:
      “The timbales are for providing accompaniment, backup for the group; and a good timbalero must have a strong left hand to play the tumbao and pailas or cascara,” he said, referring to different rhythmic patterns in a measure.
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  7. podunk
  8. premeditatively
  9. timbalero
    • 2009 April 13, A. E. Velez, “Manny Oquendo, Latin Band Leader and Stylistic Innovator, Dies at 78”, New York Times:
      “The timbales are for providing accompaniment, backup for the group; and a good timbalero must have a strong left hand to play the tumbao and pailas or cascara,” he said, referring to different rhythmic patterns in a measure.
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  10. wayback

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