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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-14 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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2009-05-14[edit]

  1. aesculifolia
    • 2009 May 14, Stephen Orr, “Plants That Like to Get Their Feet Wet”, New York Times:
      Go for large dramatic types like the bronze-leaved Rodgersia aesculifolia or the Rheum palmatum, a jagged-edged ornamental rhubarb (both $7 at Digging Dog, Albion, Calif.; 707-937-1130 or diggingdog.com ).
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  2. astrantia
    • 2009 May 14, Stephen Orr, “Plants That Like to Get Their Feet Wet”, New York Times:
      To counter the heft of such big leaves, add dainty flowering plants like Yellow Waxbells (Kirengeshoma palmata) or the underused astrantia in red or maroon.
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  3. australis *
  4. balmacaan
    • 2009 May 14, David Colman, “When No One Wants to Look Like a Banker”, New York Times:
      Neil Barrett glen plaid wool suit, $1,760 at Jeffrey; plaid cotton shirt, $165 at Billy Reid; cotton tie, $59.50 at J. Crew; leather loafers, $335 at Calvin Klein; balmacaan gabardine trench coat, $1,340 at Marc Jacobs.
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  5. bleakonomics
    • 2009 May 14, David Colman, “When No One Wants to Look Like a Banker”, New York Times:
      SINCE last September — you know, when bleakonomics ousted chiconomics — most of us have put ourselves and our Visa bills through a painstaking, pain-making review.
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  6. bucketsful
  7. chiconomics
    • 2009 May 14, David Colman, “When No One Wants to Look Like a Banker”, New York Times:
      SINCE last September — you know, when bleakonomics ousted chiconomics — most of us have put ourselves and our Visa bills through a painstaking, pain-making review.
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  8. cinchable
    • 2009 May 14, Mike Albo, “Ready for That Rush of Adrenaline”, New York Times:
      A Deluge jacket, from EMS’s own line and on sale for $159, has a cinchable hood and waterproof pockets.
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  9. cyrtonema
    • 2009 May 14, Stephen Orr, “Plants That Like to Get Their Feet Wet”, New York Times:
      The rare P. cyrtonema ($15) has arching sculptural stalks and grows to an impressive four and a half feet tall, its undersides hung with hundreds of tubular white flower bells.
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  10. emblematically
  11. farmscape
    • 2009 May 14, Roberta Smith, “A Grand and Intimate Modern Art Trove”, New York Times:
      There are also recent acquisitions and promised gifts to admire: a sulfurous early farmscape by Mondrian; a shimmering Bonnard still life from 1926; a blocky, abstract sculpture in cast plaster by Georges Vantongerloo, also from 1926; and Magritte’s enigmatic “White Race,” from 1937, which dissects a female bather, evoking both Picasso’s monstrous paintings of Olga and his pneumatic treatments of Marie-Thérèse Walter.
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  12. hybridizer
    • 2009 May 14, Anne Raver, “Not Much Time to Smell the Lilacs”, New York Times:
      Richard Fenicchia, a hybridizer, used those Rochester lilacs in the 1970s to develop about 20 hybrids, many of them still popular today.
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  13. hybridizers
  14. hydroengineering
    • 2009 May 14, Felicity Barringer, “Rising Calls to Regulate California Groundwater”, New York Times:
      Beginning in midcentury, the state enjoyed a respite with completion of the Central Valley Project , a large hydroengineering effort to redistribute surface water around the San Joaquin Valley.
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  15. jin *
    • 2009 May 14, Victor Zhikai Gao, “China’s Heart of Gold”, New York Times:
      IN China, many people refer to the dollar as mei jin, or “American gold.”
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  16. meyeri
    • 2009 May 14, Anne Raver, “Not Much Time to Smell the Lilacs”, New York Times:
      For small gardens, he recommended Prairie Petite, a dwarf that grows no higher than four feet, with clusters of single light purple flowers, and Syringa meyeri Palibin, which has lavender flowers that turn to purple.
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  17. moscheutos
    • 2009 May 14, Stephen Orr, “Plants That Like to Get Their Feet Wet”, New York Times:
      For bold gardeners, Mr. Avent proposed another native, the swamp rose mallow (Hibiscus moscheutos), which has flared 10-inch-wide midsummer blooms that seem almost Hawaiian, although its range extends to Zone 5, where temperatures can fall to 20 below zero.
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  18. noncompetitiveness
    • 2009 May 14, Sara Eckel, “Striking a Pose for Girth”, New York Times:
      The ancient practice might be based on philosophies that stress self-acceptance and noncompetitiveness, but that can be hard to consider when entering a studio filled with lithe, limber bodies twisting like taffy and gliding effortlessly into handstands and backbends.
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  19. nondirectional
    • 2009 May 14, Eric Konigsberg, “A Portraitist of Homes Remakes His Own”, New York Times:
      “I rejected that soft, nondirectional light that in the ’70s was how everybody shot buildings,” he said.
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  20. nongermane
    • 2009 May 14, “Whose Senate Is This?”, New York Times:
      The Senate’s version of urgently needed legislation to protect credit card users has been saddled with a dangerous and utterly nongermane amendment allowing visitors to openly carry loaded firearms into national parks and wildlife refuges.
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  21. nonmaternity
    • 2009 May 14, Michelle Slatalla, “Tales From the Back of the Closet”, New York Times:
      The plaid dress was the first article of nonmaternity clothing I bought after my last child was born.
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  22. nonsellouts
  23. oblata *
    • 2009 May 14, Anne Raver, “Not Much Time to Smell the Lilacs”, New York Times:
      This beauty, a cross between S. vulgaris and S. oblata, a native of northern China, has pale lavender double blooms.
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  24. palmata *
    • 2009 May 14, Stephen Orr, “Plants That Like to Get Their Feet Wet”, New York Times:
      To counter the heft of such big leaves, add dainty flowering plants like Yellow Waxbells (Kirengeshoma palmata) or the underused astrantia in red or maroon.
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  25. predrip
    • 2009 May 14, Roberta Smith, “A Grand and Intimate Modern Art Trove”, New York Times:
      Here you will encounter Willem de Kooning ’s great jangling 1950 “Excavation,” one of Abstract Expressionism’s finest moments, along with “The Key,” an obstreperous predrip painting from 1946 by Jackson Pollock that the museum acquired in 1987.
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  26. rehauls
    • 2009 May 14, “Whose Senate Is This?”, New York Times:
      And now Senator Tom Coburn, a Republican of Oklahoma, happily rehauls the same water, imposing it on to the vital credit card bill.
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  27. semihallucinatory
    • 2009 May 14, Roberta Smith, “A Grand and Intimate Modern Art Trove”, New York Times:
      Less surprising but still impressive is a gallery overly full with paintings and drawings by Gerhard Richter ; two galleries devoted to the enigmatic objects (and wallpaper) of Robert Gober ; and Charles Ray’s “Hinoki,” a to-scale copy of a large, dead oak tree that Mr. Ray had hand carved, in cypress, in Japan. Mr. Ray’s sculpture is a big-budget production that may become rare in the years ahead, but looking at it and gradually realizing that none of its delicate, desiccated textures are natural is a semihallucinatory experience.
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  28. sphenisciformes
    • 2009 May 14, Brooks Barnes, “‘Kung Fu Panda’ to Become a Series on Nickelodeon”, New York Times:
      Two months ago Nickelodeon, the cable channel, introduced “The Penguins of Madagascar,” a series about the sophomoric sphenisciformes made famous by DreamWorks on the big screen.
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  29. subbasin
    • 2009 May 14, Felicity Barringer, “Rising Calls to Regulate California Groundwater”, New York Times:
      Since 2006 the surface of the aquifer, in the Kaweah subbasin of the San Joaquin basin, has dropped 50 feet as farmers pumped deeper, Mr. Watte says.
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  30. sukuks
  31. unsteadier
    • 2009 May 14, David Pogue, “Decoding the Hype on Gadgets”, New York Times:
      Truth is, the more you zoom in, the unsteadier your footage becomes; each magnification also magnifies your hand jitters and renders the video less watchable.
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  32. wanderlusty
    • 2009 May 14, Mike Albo, “Ready for That Rush of Adrenaline”, New York Times:
      Some of these intense, wanderlusty New Yorkers were running through the store with packing lists, loudly asking for moisture-wicking undershirts and sleeping pads.
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