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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-22 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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2009-04-22[edit]

  1. arialike
    • 2009 April 22, Allan Kozinn, “Pieces for a Prince’s Favorite Instrument”, New York Times:
      As you might expect, this score’s centerpiece was a supremely lyrical, arialike slow movement, a bittersweet respite between two fiery, virtuosic Allegros.
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  2. boodling
  3. cognito
    • 2009 April 22, Kim Severson, “Lawyers Enter Twitter Tempest”, New York Times:
      The fake Restaurant Girl: “Channeled Gael Greene and went dressed in cognito and jeans at Le Cirque.”
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  4. counterkillings
    • 2009 April 22, Jeffrey Gettleman, “Kenyan Town Strikes Back Against Its Tormenters”, New York Times:
      The mob pummeled the men suspected of being thugs, and this normally tranquil spot exploded into a melee of killings and counterkillings that left nearly 30 people dead.
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  5. fiocchi *
    • 2009 April 22, Florence Fabricant, “A Floral Arrangement in Pasta”, New York Times:
      Called fiocchi, they are cooked in rapidly simmering water for about five minutes, and nearly double in size.
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  6. jigae
    • 2009 April 22, Michael Luo, “One Town’s Rare Ray of Hope: New Auto Plant”, New York Times:
      There is the bustling new Irish Bred Pub in the previously moribund downtown; the earth now being leveled for the town’s first new subdivision in 25 years; the new Korean restaurants, with their smells so strange to Southern noses, crowded with Korean workers and the occasional enterprising resident, gingerly sampling the kimchi jigae.
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  7. louis *
    • 2009 April 22, Jim Dwyer, “When the City Held Pirates in High Regard”, New York Times:
      “Tavern keepers, whores, retailers and others flourished as buccaneers swaggered through the streets with purses full of hard money — Arabian dinars, Hindustani mohurs, Greek byzants, French louis d’or, Spanish doubloons.”
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  8. mezcaleros
  9. mezcals
    • 2009 April 22, Dan Saltzstein, “Hoping Mezcal Can Turn the Worm”, New York Times:
      (The worm, actually a larva that can infest the agave plant, is mainly a ploy to help sell lesser mezcals and — sorry, spring-breaker — is not hallucinogenic.)
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  10. nonwind
  11. overpropulsion
    • 2009 April 22, Jeff Z. Klein, “Capitals Put Their Trust in Little-Known Goaltender”, New York Times:
      “When Varly does something unorthodox-looking, he’s usually recovering from maybe an error or overpropulsion on his part to a certain place on the ice, and he has to rein himself back in,” said Dave Prior, the Capitals’ goaltending coach.
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  12. palenques
    • 2009 April 22, Dan Saltzstein, “Hoping Mezcal Can Turn the Worm”, New York Times:
      Each village can be home to dozens of small-market distilleries, called fábricas or palenques.
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  13. postcrash
    • 2009 April 22, David Leonhardt, “For Housing Crisis, the End Probably Isn’t Near”, New York Times:
      It combined the old bubble-era notion that house prices always rise over time (ignoring the fact that incomes, stock values and the price of bread do, too) with the new postcrash idea that houses must be a bargain because they’re a lot cheaper than they used to be.
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  14. reposado *
    • 2009 April 22, Dan Saltzstein, “Hoping Mezcal Can Turn the Worm”, New York Times:
      Sombra retails for $47 a bottle; Los Amantes is $52 for the joven, which doesn’t receive any aging, and $57 for a reposado, which is lightly aged.
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  15. resynchronization
    • 2009 April 22, Barry Meier, “Study Backs Specialists Implanting Heart Devices”, New York Times:
      Researchers also found that patients whose conditions met the criteria for an advanced defibrillator known as a cardiac resynchronization therapy device were less likely to get one if the procedure was performed by a doctor other than an electrophysiologist.
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  16. saidof
    • 2009 April 22, James Barron, “After 70 Years, Painting Seized by the Nazis Is Returned”, New York Times:
      Lev L. Dassin, the acting United States attorney in Manhattan, saidof the return of the painting, “Each work of art returned brings us one step closer to the goal of repatriating all of the surviving works of art stolen by the Nazis.”
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  17. schlockbuster
    • 2009 April 22, Michael Cieply, “He’s Behind the Guffaws and the Gore”, New York Times:
      LOS ANGELES — If the stalker thriller “Obsessed,” which opens on Friday, tops the box office, Clinton R. Culpepper will cement his reputation as Hollywood’s king of the schlockbuster.
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  18. spokescreature
  19. syllabically
    • 2009 April 22, Lawrence Downes, “Take 1 Recipe, Mince, Reduce, Serve”, New York Times:
      Entries on her personal Twitter stream are all written as senryu, a syllabically constrained poetic form like haiku.
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  20. unfollow
    • 2009 April 22, Maureen Dowd, “To Tweet or Not to Tweet”, New York Times:
      BIZ: With Twitter, it’s as easy to unfollow as it is to follow.
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  21. untrustful

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  1. bkgpan
  2. bkgpwdr
  3. brwn
    • 2009 April 22, Lawrence Downes, “Take 1 Recipe, Mince, Reduce, Serve”, New York Times:
      Honeyed Tagine : brwn lb/500g yam or lamb/T oil&butter/t tumeric&ging&s+p&cinn; +c onion&carrot9m; +c broth/3T honey/9prune.
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  4. cinn *
    • 2009 April 22, Lawrence Downes, “Take 1 Recipe, Mince, Reduce, Serve”, New York Times:
      Honeyed Tagine : brwn lb/500g yam or lamb/T oil&butter/t tumeric&ging&s+p&cinn; +c onion&carrot9m; +c broth/3T honey/9prune.
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  5. cornstrch
  6. dbl
  7. drkchoc
  8. flavr
  9. ging *
    • 2009 April 22, Lawrence Downes, “Take 1 Recipe, Mince, Reduce, Serve”, New York Times:
      Honeyed Tagine : brwn lb/500g yam or lamb/T oil&butter/t tumeric&ging&s+p&cinn; +c onion&carrot9m; +c broth/3T honey/9prune.
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  10. parm