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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-16 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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78370 tokens ‧ 57630 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7732 types ‧ 12 (~ 0.155%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-05-16[edit]

  1. cannolilike
  2. firesuit
    • 2009 May 16, Viv Bernstein, “Without Racing or Earnhardt, a Shop Remains”, New York Times:
      He was among the hundreds on hand for the unveiling, some arriving as early as 6:30 a.m. to see the new car, the various racecars inside and the Elvis display case that included the orange firesuit worn by Presley as the racecar driver Lucky Jackson in the 1964 film “Viva Las Vegas.”
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  3. flamencolike
    • 2009 May 16, The New York Times, “Dance in Review”, New York Times:
      Surrounded by a chorus of beautiful women, he jackhammered his way about the stage, rocking his pelvis and occasionally flourishing his hands in a vaguely flamencolike manner.
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  4. halabi
    • 2009 May 16, Joseph Berger, “Changing Tastes, From Lingonberry to Baba Ghanouj”, New York Times:
      Along with hummus, baba ghanouj, and stuffed grape leaves made by Ms. Dabas, it sells barbecued spare ribs, a linguinilike string cheese called halabi, and a creamy cheesecake called knaffe that could rival the old Lindy’s cheesecake in its heyday.
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  5. knaffe
    • 2009 May 16, Joseph Berger, “Changing Tastes, From Lingonberry to Baba Ghanouj”, New York Times:
      Along with hummus, baba ghanouj, and stuffed grape leaves made by Ms. Dabas, it sells barbecued spare ribs, a linguinilike string cheese called halabi, and a creamy cheesecake called knaffe that could rival the old Lindy’s cheesecake in its heyday.
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  6. kringler
    • 2009 May 16, Joseph Berger, “Changing Tastes, From Lingonberry to Baba Ghanouj”, New York Times:
      Right next door was Nordic Delicacies, which Ms. Alperson said was the only comprehensive Scandinavian store in New York (her definition did not include Leske’s Danish Bakery, a more specialized shop, where they stopped to taste kringler, a custard and almond ring).
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  7. krumkaker
  8. linguinilike
    • 2009 May 16, Joseph Berger, “Changing Tastes, From Lingonberry to Baba Ghanouj”, New York Times:
      Along with hummus, baba ghanouj, and stuffed grape leaves made by Ms. Dabas, it sells barbecued spare ribs, a linguinilike string cheese called halabi, and a creamy cheesecake called knaffe that could rival the old Lindy’s cheesecake in its heyday.
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  9. masillae
    • 2009 May 16, John Noble Wilford, “German Fossil Found to Be Early Primate”, New York Times:
      Scientists said that Darwinius masillae would help illuminate the early evolution of monkeys, apes and humans.
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  10. pretextual
    • 2009 May 16, Charles V. Bagli, “Appeals Court Dismisses Suit Against Atlantic Yards”, New York Times:
      “It cannot be said that the public benefits which the Atlantic Yards project is expected to yield are incidental or pretextual in comparison to the benefit that will be bestowed upon the project’s private developer,” the ruling said.
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  11. uneventfulness
  12. unluxurious

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