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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-30 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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2009-04-30[edit]

  1. agrisystem
    • 2009 April 30, Peter Applebome, “Envisioning the End of ‘Don’t Cluck, Don’t Tell’”, New York Times:
      “People like the idea of I take care of them, and they take care of me,” she said, explaining that the personal agrisystem of feeding food scraps to chickens that, in turn, produce breakfast, has enormous appeal.
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  2. carlesii
    • 2009 April 30, Anne Raver, “Come Hither, Bumblebee, and Pollinate”, New York Times:
      My Korean spicebushes (Viburnum carlesii) are also in full bloom, their clusters of pinkish-white flowers filling the air with the heady scent of cinnamon and honey.
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  3. constructability
    • 2009 April 30, Elaine Louie, “Inspired by the Air”, New York Times:
      “It’s about form, constructability and function.”
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  4. dancerliness
    • 2009 April 30, Alastair Macaulay, “New Season, With Mr. B as Greeter”, New York Times:
      Abi Stafford danced the lead in “Symphony in Three Movements” with more understanding and sheer dancerliness than I have seen her show before, but the role remains larger than anything she brings to it.
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  5. glamourpuss
    • 2009 April 30, Guy Trebay, “It’s Official: Models Look Good”, New York Times:
      And they in turn were transformed into the ruddy athletic types of the following decade (Lisa Taylor, Patty Hansen), who gave way to the glamourpuss supermodels (Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista) of the 1980s.
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  6. gushingly
    • 2009 April 30, Guy Trebay, “It’s Official: Models Look Good”, New York Times:
      But there are also plenty of oddballs like Twiggy, whose gangly limbs and freckled androgyny seem as startling now as when Life magazine gushingly nominated her the “Face of 1967.”
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  7. kraft *
    • 2009 April 30, Elaine Louie, “Inspired by the Air”, New York Times:
      A free-standing partition 15 feet long, it comes in 1- to 8-foot-tall modules in a choice of kraft paper, a polyethylene fiber or a tissue paper.
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  8. noninsurance
    • 2009 April 30, Dwight Cass, “Insurer Oversight Is Not Yet Broken”, New York Times:
      That part of A.I.G. only began to run amok after the company set up a thrift, allowing it to operate its noninsurance operations under the oversight of the Office of Thrift Supervision, the federal agency that also allowed problems to multiply at Countrywide, Washington Mutual and IndyMac .
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  9. nonwind
    • 2009 April 30, “Corrections”, New York Times:
      The supply charge for electricity from nonwind sources ranges from approximately 10 to 15 cents per kilowatt hour — not simply “13 or 14 cents,” which is the average.
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  10. partscores
  11. planal
    • 2009 April 30, Anne Eisenberg, “Solar Tech: Not Just on the Roof Anymore”, New York Times:
      “Silicon does work well, but it’s always been the limitation that you make silicon devices on hard, rigid, planal surfaces,” Dr. Whitesides said.
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  12. prefinalist
    • 2009 April 30, Rachel Donadio, “Premier’s Roving Eye Enrages Wife, but Not His Public”, New York Times:
      They included a participant in a top reality television show and Barbara Matera, 28, an announcer on the leading government television channel, a prefinalist in the 2000 Miss Italy contest, and a university graduate.
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  13. racewalker
    • 2009 April 30, Juliet Macur, “Olympians Caught Doping Are Named”, New York Times:
      The racewalker Athanasia Tsoumeleka of Greece, a former Olympic champion who finished ninth in the 20-kilometer race in Beijing, admitted to testing positive for CERA in January, when the retesting of the Olympic blood samples began.
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  14. replier
  15. replug
    • 2009 April 30, Eric A. Taub, “Talk Is Cheap, if You Ask”, New York Times:
      MagicJack’s connection did not always work, and required me to restart the computer or replug the dongle.
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  16. shikimic
  17. spicebushes
    • 2009 April 30, Anne Raver, “Come Hither, Bumblebee, and Pollinate”, New York Times:
      My Korean spicebushes (Viburnum carlesii) are also in full bloom, their clusters of pinkish-white flowers filling the air with the heady scent of cinnamon and honey.
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  18. superdepressing
    • 2009 April 30, Gail Collins, “The Amtrak Connection”, New York Times:
      It was a superdepressing message to Steele’s fellow party members north of the Mason-Dixon line: Good for you in saddling yourself with a toxic political affiliation out of principle.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. banfrom = ban from
    • 2009 April 30, Juliet Macur, “Olympians Caught Doping Are Named”, New York Times:
      If he had been caught for CERA at the Olympics, he would most likely be serving a two-year banfrom the sport.
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