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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-11 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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73141 tokens ‧ 53757 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7630 types ‧ 19 (~ 0.249%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-05-11[edit]

  1. buddyhood
  2. dormie *
  3. eiffel
  4. emet
    • 2009 May 11, Dan Bilefsky, “Hard Times Give New Life to Prague’s Golem”, New York Times:
      Fearing that he could fall into the wrong hands, Rabbi Loew smeared clay on the Golem’s forehead, turning emet into met, the Hebrew word for death, and put him to rest in the attic of the Old-New Synagogue .
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  5. golfspeak
    • 2009 May 11, Bill Pennington, “Golf’s Colorful Language Goes With Any Green”, New York Times:
      Now if you’re a beginner or a casual player, you may find golfspeak to be another intimidating barrier to feeling comfortable on the course — a verbal version of golf’s code of behavioral etiquettes.
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  6. lyricized
    • 2009 May 11, Stephen Holden, “The Gershwin Brother Who Treasured His Dictionary”, New York Times:
      Three numbers were taken from “The Shocking Miss Pilgrim,” a 1947 Betty Grable movie whose musical score consisted of posthumously lyricized George Gershwin tunes.
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  7. nonfinale
  8. nonphysicians
  9. overcuteness
  10. prelanding
  11. richocheting
    • 2009 May 11, Jon Pareles, “Wide Musical Ambitions Overflow a Small Setting”, New York Times:
      Without drums or electric guitar, the arrangements grew transparent, uncovering all their layered vocal parts — sometimes just quick, single, staggered notes richocheting among the three female singers — and making Mr. Longstreth’s philosophical lyrics, about intention and the nature of reality, sound almost wistful.
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  12. sandbagger
  13. scherzando *
  14. shamash
    • 2009 May 11, Dan Bilefsky, “Hard Times Give New Life to Prague’s Golem”, New York Times:
      Recognizing the description, the rabbi said, he confronted the synagogue’s shamash, or attendant, a man called Josef, who shares the Golem’s first name.
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  15. subspecialists
    • 2009 May 11, Kevin Sack, “Despite Recession, Personalized Health Care Remains in Demand”, New York Times:
      Dr. Thomas W. LaGrelius of Torrance, Calif., who leads the Society for Innovative Medical Practice Design , a professional association of concierge physicians, estimated that there were 5,000 such doctors in the United States, out of an estimated 240,000 internal medicine physicians and related subspecialists.
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  16. superfilly
    • 2009 May 11, Joe Drape, “An Owner Clears a Filly’s Preakness Path”, New York Times:
      It appeared to find a new one Sunday, when Ahmed Zayat, the owner of this year’s Kentucky Derby runner-up, Pioneerof the Nile, appeared on television and said he was considering colluding with other owners in an effort to keep the superfilly Rachel Alexandra out of the field of 14 for the 134th running of the Preakness Stakes .
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  17. televises *
    • 2009 May 11, Edward Wyatt, “No Slowing in Cash Flow for ‘Idol’”, New York Times:
      Its Fox Reality Channel televises “American Idol Rewind,” which repeats segments from earlier seasons along with previously unseen footage of noteworthy contestants, and it has turned drama series like “House” and “Fringe” into hits by pairing them with “Idol” for a season or two.
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  18. uncollectible
  19. warmblood
    • 2009 May 11, Fernanda Santos, “Mayor as Nervous Father: ‘You Just Hold Your Breath’”, New York Times:
      Mr. Bloomberg, affectionate, if awkward, perhaps because of the news photographers who were at the farm to capture his every move, pursed his lips, rubbed his hands and nervously watched his daughter’s three runs on the course, each on a different horse: Mila, a Dutch warmblood; Feidi 3, a German warmblood; and Metropolitan, a Selle Français.
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