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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-25 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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  1. daggerboards
    • 2009 April 25, Chris Museler, “Ocean Race to Detour for Whales Near Boston”, New York Times:
      Iker Martinez, left, helping Pepe Ribes into the water after Telefónica Blue hit something unknown and damaged one of the boat's daggerboards.
  2. ekiden
    • 2009 April 25, Joshua Robinson, “Olympic Champion Leads New Wave of Marathoners”, New York Times:
      Kenyan runners were highly sought after to anchor teams that competed in the Japanese distance relay, known as ekiden, in which 10 runners often combine to cover more than 200 kilometers.
  3. fusionlike
    • 2009 April 25, Nate Chinen, “Looking to the Present While Peeking at the Past”, New York Times:
      The second half was less focused but more satisfying, because of its variation. Mr. Corea’s “Hymn to Andromeda” took the form of a suite, beginning and ending in hazy abstraction. Mr. McLaughlin’s solo, over a ballad section, included pockets of space, but Mr. Garrett, taking over on a fusionlike stretch, went the other way: with Mr. Blade flailing behind him, he strained toward the outer limits.
  4. jaguarlike
    • 2009 April 25, Michael Cieply, “Fan Fever Is Rising for Debut of ‘Avatar’”, New York Times:
      “It was like doing some kind of drug,” he said, describing a scene in which the movie’s hero, played by Sam Worthington, ran around “with this kind of hot alien chick,” was attacked by jaguarlike creatures and was sprinkled with sprites that floated down, like snowflakes.
  5. jaipong
    • 2009 April 25, Norimitsu Onishi, “Indonesia’s Voters Retreat From Radical Islam”, New York Times:
      The governor of West Java, a member of the Prosperous Justice Party, tried to ban a dance called jaipong, deeming it too erotic, but many people view it as part of their cultural heritage.
  6. postsale
    • 2009 April 25, The Associated Press, “Xerox Earnings Meet Revised Outlook”, New York Times:
      So-called postsale revenue, which includes the sale of ink and other supplies to companies that already own or lease Xerox machines, fell 14 percent, to $2.78 billion.
  7. promotees
  8. pseudomilestone
  9. spondylitis
    • 2009 April 25, The Associated Press, “F.D.A. Allows New Remedy for Arthritis”, New York Times:
      A. regulators have approved the drug for rheumatoid arthritis , psoriatic arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis , a painful, progressive form of spinal arthritis.
  10. tulku
    • 2009 April 25, Edward Wong, “Senior Tibetan Cleric Faces Prison in China”, New York Times:
      The abbot is considered a tulku by Tibetans and called a living Buddha in Chinese — an especially revered figure who is believed to be the essence of a prominent religious leader.