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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-01 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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2009-05-01[edit]

  1. bande *
  2. bulkily
    • 2009 May 1, Roberta Smith, “Humble Fabric Takes Center Stage”, New York Times:
      There are also extremes in frivolity and function, some from the same source, as with Kathryn Walter, a designer whose family has been in the textile business for four generations. Ms. Walter’s gray felt molding bulkily mimics the fluted and floral relief designs of traditional ceiling molding, which seems hard enough to keep dusted as it is.
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  3. chilangos
    • 2009 May 1, David Lida, “The Smile Behind the Mask”, New York Times:
      Its residents, known as chilangos, are very good at toughing things out, and masters at improvisation.
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  4. cyclopes
    • 2009 May 1, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      He makes cartoonish portraits of gnomes, cyclopes, old hippies and other characters who seem to belong to some ramshackle place like a derelict neighborhood in “The Hobbit.”
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  5. darks
    • 2009 May 1, Roberta Smith, “Animating the Everyday Sublime”, New York Times:
      They are impressively rich in their use of darks and lights, lines and washes, and occasionally colored by screens of red, blue or green.
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  6. downstaters
  7. feltness
    • 2009 May 1, Roberta Smith, “Humble Fabric Takes Center Stage”, New York Times:
      There are extremes in size, from a felt necklace by Birgit Daamen embedded with coral beads to a giant red-brown installation by Claudy Jongstra that demonstrates degrees of feltness, raw to cooked, through different textures and wools, straight to curly.
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  8. ghatam
    • 2009 May 1, Nate Chinen, “Bringing Along Friends Who Can Add to the Beat”, New York Times:
      For a stretch, this cohort made additional room for T. H. Vinayakram, an expert on the ghatam, an earthenware pot played with thrummed fingers or open palms.
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  9. kanjira
    • 2009 May 1, Nate Chinen, “Bringing Along Friends Who Can Add to the Beat”, New York Times:
      Mr. Mahadevan also sang winningly (but often wordlessly) throughout the concert’s second half, alongside Mr. Hussain, the mandolinist U. Shrinivas and the percussionist V. Selvaganesh, whose specialty is the kanjira, a small hand drum with an expressive range of pitch.
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  10. nontextile
    • 2009 May 1, Susan Dominus, “In 1918 Flu Outbreak, a Cool Head Prevailed”, New York Times:
      To prevent overcrowding on the subways, Dr. Copeland mandated shifts for various businesses, so that offices opened at 8:40 a.m. and closed at 4:30 p.m., while wholesalers started their days earlier, and nontextile manufacturers moved their start time to 9:30.
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  11. papier *
    • 2009 May 1, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      The pulp is crude — quasi-digested papier mâché, you might say — giving the rich colors an underlying sense of decay.
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  12. playathon
    • 2009 May 1, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      The Special Music School at the Kaufman Center, a public school for musically gifted children, will be holding its annual playathon at the Barnes & Noble in Lincoln Triangle.
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  13. preparty
    • 2009 May 1, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      At 1 p.m., New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th Street, Manhattan , (212) 721-1223, Ext. 233, cmom.org; $125; $150 for a ticket including a preparty lunch and performances; $300 for a family pack of four concert-only tickets.
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  14. reimplanted
    • 2009 May 1, Dennis Hevesi, “Irving D. Chais, Manhattan Doll Surgeon, Dies at 83”, New York Times:
      Irving D. Chais, who in his 45 years as the owner and chief surgeon of the New York Doll Hospital in Manhattan reattached thousands of heads, arms and legs; reimplanted fake hair shorn by scissor-wielding toddlers; and soothed the feelings of countless doll lovers, young and old, died on April 24 in Manhattan.
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  15. rockabillies
    • 2009 May 1, Jon Pareles, “A Festival of One-Shots and Shoulda-Beens”, New York Times:
      It’s a song about a straying girlfriend, but the Remains could have been singing about themselves and many of the four dozen acts — rockabillies, bluesmen, R&B shouters, swamp-rockers, honky-tonkers, psychedelic bands — playing the House of Blues here in the Stomp’s two nights of nine-hour shows.
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  16. semitalented
    • 2009 May 1, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      Funny, faux-naïve paintings by this Toronto artist resemble the works of a semitalented high school stoner steeped in heavy metal music, fantasy novels and French Symbolism. Mr. Ethier paints on easel-size panels in oleaginous glazes, creating an oozy, finger-painting-like luminosity.
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  17. suppressions
    • 2009 May 1, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      As Abbie Dean and Joseph Gregory, who coordinated the show, point out, after the suppressions of the Cultural Revolution and the innovations of globalism, the future of ink painting in China remains an open question, and a fascinating one.
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  18. torne *
    • 2009 May 1, Eve M. Kahn, “For Sale: Fragments Of the Georgian World”, New York Times:
      The poet Anna Seward pitied France as a “sanguinary & infatuated country” in an 1808 letter (which Bloomsbury estimates will fetch $2,000 to $3,000), and Mrs. Thrale told a friend, “Poor dear Italy is I’m afraid cruelly torne in Pieces” (her letter is part of a packet estimated to sell for $3,000 to $5,000).
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  19. youthfest
    • 2009 May 1, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      The result is a serious, carefully considered show, but one that with a few magnetic entries aside — a video by Cyprien Galliard; an animation by Wojciech Bakowski; a madcap Ryan Trecartin installation — feels sedate for a youthfest.
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  20. yurtlike
    • 2009 May 1, Roberta Smith, “Humble Fabric Takes Center Stage”, New York Times:
      Though I think that the closest I came to actually wearing felt was a yurtlike bathrobe with large red, cut-out and flocked tomatoes on its enormous pockets — a Christmas gift from my mother at the onset of my adolescence.
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  21. zlozony
    • 2009 May 1, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      The 1979 “Glacial Decoy” was her first important collaboration with Robert Rauschenberg , and “O zlozony/O composite,” created in 2004 for the Paris Opera Ballet , was her first use of ballet dancers.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. cooool
    • 2009 May 1, The New York Times, “Film Series and Movie Listings”, New York Times:
      ‘THE HANNAH MONTANA MOVIE’ (G, 1:42) basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee. and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) and totally saves her hometown from getting a shopping mall (???) by giving a SUPER AWESOME concert! oh, and her dad finds a girlfriend (i know, super gross).
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  2. cyrus
    • 2009 May 1, The New York Times, “Film Series and Movie Listings”, New York Times:
      ‘THE HANNAH MONTANA MOVIE’ (G, 1:42) basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee. and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) and totally saves her hometown from getting a shopping mall (???) by giving a SUPER AWESOME concert! oh, and her dad finds a girlfriend (i know, super gross).
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  3. hannah *
    • 2009 May 1, The New York Times, “Film Series and Movie Listings”, New York Times:
      ‘THE HANNAH MONTANA MOVIE’ (G, 1:42) basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee. and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) and totally saves her hometown from getting a shopping mall (???) by giving a SUPER AWESOME concert! oh, and her dad finds a girlfriend (i know, super gross).
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  4. miltary = military
  5. ovde: not English
  6. tennessee
    • 2009 May 1, The New York Times, “Film Series and Movie Listings”, New York Times:
      ‘THE HANNAH MONTANA MOVIE’ (G, 1:42) basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee. and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) and totally saves her hometown from getting a shopping mall (???) by giving a SUPER AWESOME concert! oh, and her dad finds a girlfriend (i know, super gross).
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