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

  1. abhanden *
    • 2009 May 5, Allan Kozinn, “An Orchestra Well Built for Romantics, Regardless of Who’s Conducting”, New York Times:
      The suppleness with which he molded “Ich atmet’ einen linden Duft,” the heavenly woodwind chords that open “Um Mitternacht,” and the careful shaping of the closing “Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen” would have yielded a moving performance even without Ms. Stotijn’s graceful, thoughtfully phrased rendering of the vocal line.
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  2. antiflu
    • 2009 May 5, Carl Zimmer, “10 Genes, Furiously Evolving”, New York Times:
      The surface proteins change shape, allowing the viruses to evade the immune systems and resist antiflu drugs.
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  3. coastland
  4. decentering
    • 2009 May 5, Jon Caramanica, “Pete Seeger Celebrates 90th With a Concert”, New York Times:
      His commitment to singalongs was refortified throughout the night, decentering the authority of those onstage in true folk style.
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  5. einen *
    • 2009 May 5, Allan Kozinn, “An Orchestra Well Built for Romantics, Regardless of Who’s Conducting”, New York Times:
      The suppleness with which he molded “Ich atmet’ einen linden Duft,” the heavenly woodwind chords that open “Um Mitternacht,” and the careful shaping of the closing “Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen” would have yielded a moving performance even without Ms. Stotijn’s graceful, thoughtfully phrased rendering of the vocal line.
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  6. floresiensis
    • 2009 May 5, “Unknown Species, or Not? (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      Re “A Tiny Hominid With No Place on the Family Tree ” (April 28): John Noble Wilford and the scientists who reviewed hobbit research seem to have overlooked the possibility that H. floresiensis, far from being “the black swan of paleontology,” may be simply an early higher primate that failed; a cousin of ours, alongside chimps, gorillas and orangutans.
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  7. haar *
  8. habitants *
    • 2009 May 5, Ma De La Baume, “French Are No. 1 in Eating and Sleeping”, New York Times:
      French people spend more time eating and sleeping than the habitants of any other highly developed country, according to a report published Monday by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development .
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  9. museumwide
  10. mutuel *
  11. noncirculating
    • 2009 May 5, Ralph Blumenthal, “Uncovered Manuscript Sheds Light on the First Ponzi”, New York Times:
      The volumes, noncirculating but open to researchers by appointment, had been assembled by a retired Navy lawyer, William D. Gall of Waukegan, Ill., who had found the McMasters work in the Old Book Store in Fairlee, Vt., in 1990.
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  12. outwalked
    • 2009 May 5, Lawrence Downes, “Still Singing”, New York Times:
      Mr. Seeger has walked the walk for so long that he has outwalked most everybody who would ever want to beat him up, throw bricks at him or denounce him as a Red.
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  13. potatoing
  14. schplouuush
    • 2009 May 5, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “To Score High, Don’t Cover Your Mouth”, New York Times:
      The action starts with a schplouuush of green mucus hitting your screen, then switches to a street somewhere.
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  15. semiformality
    • 2009 May 5, Steve Smith, “A Group That Doesn’t Sit, Adding Bounce to Haydn”, New York Times:
      Founded in 1975 and led by the violinist Richard Tognetti since 1989, the orchestra looks youthful and hip onstage, its players clad in varying shades of black semiformality.
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  16. setpiece
    • 2009 May 5, Charles Isherwood, “Willy Loman Is Lost, Still Looking for Stimulus Plan and Some Dignity”, New York Times:
      While Kimberly Scott brings a warm, understated dignity to the role of the fiercely supportive Linda, Willy’s wife, she never taps into the surging emotional depths of the role in the big setpiece moments, which are mostly tepid.
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  17. springlong

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