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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-18 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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2009-04-18[edit]

  1. bloggerati
    • 2009 April 18, Sarah Lyall, “Unlikely Singer Is YouTube Sensation”, New York Times:
      LONDON — She has been watched by more than 20.2 million people (and counting) on YouTube, Twittered about by Demi and Ashton, praised by Patti LuPone , admired by the bloggerati, snapped by the paparazzi, swarmed by camera crews, interrogated by reporters and restyled, sort of, for American television.
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  2. glamourpuss
  3. nontransportation
    • 2009 April 18, Jad Mouawad, “Lawmakers May Limit Paper Mills’ Windfall”, New York Times:
      The tax provision, which originated in the 2005 transportation bill and provides a tax credit of 50 cents a gallon, was extended two years ago to include nontransportation energy sources.
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  4. overbreadth
    • 2009 April 18, “Illegal Wiretapping: The Fourth Amendment Says No”, New York Times:
      When Congress allowed the National Security Agency to decide for itself, without court review and authorization, whom it could make a target of wiretapping, it assured the overbreadth the article describes.
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  5. postmedium
    • 2009 April 18, Roberta Smith, “Why Craft Never Was a Four-Letter Word”, New York Times:
      Today many aspects of craft have been absorbed — minus the reverence — by contemporary art, now considered in its postmedium phase.
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  6. reclosure
    • 2009 April 18, Corey Kilgannon, “Fighting Real Parrots With a Fake Owl”, New York Times:
      But suddenly the nests were back, and again they caused the feeder reclosure to short-circuit and catch fire.
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  7. reclosures
    • 2009 April 18, Corey Kilgannon, “Fighting Real Parrots With a Fake Owl”, New York Times:
      “These things cost about $20,000 to replace, and we’ve gone through five in the past couple years,” Mr. Goodwin said of the feeder reclosures.
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  8. squibber
  9. veloured
  10. wearables
    • 2009 April 18, Roberta Smith, “Why Craft Never Was a Four-Letter Word”, New York Times:
      The works on display include glazed ceramic vessels, furniture in polished woods, basketry, hand-blown glass, metalwork and jewelry and other wearables.
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