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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-21 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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  1. antitampering
  2. balletgoing
    • 2009 May 21, Alastair Macaulay, “Adrift in a Spectacle of Balanchine and Tchaikovsky”, New York Times:
      One way to make newcomers or outsiders understand why balletgoing can be obsessive is to send them to different casts of any Tchaikovsky ballet that has been choreographed by Marius Petipa, Lev Ivanov or Balanchine.
  3. codependence
    • 2009 May 21, Keith Bradsher, “China Grows More Picky About Debt”, New York Times:
      HONG KONG — Leaders in both Washington and Beijing have been fretting openly about the mutual dependence — some would say codependence — created by China ’s vast holdings of United States bonds.
  4. farmden
    • 2009 May 21, Anne Raver, “From Novel Fruits, a Lush Landscape”, New York Times:
      Mr. Reich lives on this farmden, as he calls it (smaller than a farm, bigger than a garden), with his wife, Deborah Goldman; two dogs; two cats; a few geese and ducks; and a flock of chickens that eat the bugs, fertilize the gardens and provide eggs with bright orange yolks that don’t break in the pan.
  5. guruji
    • 2009 May 21, Vikas Bajaj, “Krishna Pattabhi Jois, Leading Expert in Yoga, Dies at 93”, New York Times:
      Known to his followers simply as guruji, a term of respect for teachers, Mr. Jois (pronounced JOYCE) had an ulcer in his throat that made it difficult for him to swallow food, according to Sharhat Rangaswamy, his grandson and the director of his yoga institute.
  6. insurability
    • 2009 May 21, Lynn Brenner, “When Life Insurance Becomes a Liability”, New York Times:
      You can usually convert it to an individual policy without evidence of insurability, albeit at a price, when you leave the job, Mr. Cortazzo said.
  7. keren *
    • 2009 May 21, Daniel J. Wakin, “Madoff Loss Hits Art Aid for Young in Israel”, New York Times:
      Guy Braunstein, a principal violinist of the Berlin Philharmonic and keren recipient, played his audition for the orchestra on a foundation Guadagnini.
  8. liras *
    • 2009 May 21, “Corrections”, New York Times:
      The 36,000 liras they seek is about $23,000, not $23 million.
  9. melchiors
    • 2009 May 21, William L. Hamilton, “Investing in Wine: Now May Be the Time”, New York Times:
      Mr. McClendon’s collection was strong on the large, fat-cat bottles like magnums, melchiors, imperials and methuselahs — anything over the standard 750 milliliters.
  10. microtransactions
    • 2009 May 21, Seth Schiesel, “Pick a Role, Any Role, Then Live Nine Lives”, New York Times:
      Sony Online Entertainment, the game’s developer, also makes money on the game through microtransactions; for instance, players can buy a special pet or racing kart or a flaming sword for a few dollars if they choose.
  11. nonboating
    • 2009 May 21, Paul Sullivan, “In Selling a Boat, No Port in a Storm”, New York Times:
      I had lived a happy nonboating life and had never enjoyed getting bounced around in her father’s much smaller boat.
  12. ostentations
    • 2009 May 21, Cintra Wilson, “Luxury in a Bell Jar”, New York Times:
      Extreme wealth, after all, invariably creates its own traps — its ostentations tend to broadcast its obvious vulnerabilities to pirates.
  13. photocarcinogen
    • 2009 May 21, Julie Scelfo, “Apply These Product Ratings Generously”, New York Times:
      So I brought it to campus for testing and turns out there was a suspected endocrine disrupter and a photocarcinogen — a chemical that, when exposed to sunlight, has a carcinogenic potential to it.
  14. pintucks
    • 2009 May 21, Cintra Wilson, “Luxury in a Bell Jar”, New York Times:
      The bust, however, was quite flattening, and I find $1,190 a bit steep for cotton Lycra, even with such nice pintucks.
  15. postexecution
    • 2009 May 21, Tim Arango, “Death Row Foes See Newsroom Cuts as Blow”, New York Times:
      “The problem is that stories that were getting written three, four years ago that supplemented the legal work the innocence projects were working on, are just not happening,” said Seth Miller, the executive director of the Innocence Project of Florida. Mr. Miller is working on his own postexecution case, but with a twist: the claim is that the dead body in the murder case did not belong to the alleged victim.
  16. recongregated
  17. shipova
    • 2009 May 21, Anne Raver, “From Novel Fruits, a Lush Landscape”, New York Times:
      His latest book, “Landscaping With Fruit” (Storey, 2009), dives into the world of the little-known lingonberry, clove currant, maypop, shipova, hardy kiwi and other fruits that are easy to grow, he says, and as delicious as they are ornamental.
  18. taxidermized
    • 2009 May 21, Cintra Wilson, “Luxury in a Bell Jar”, New York Times:
      ONE of Edward Gorey ’s deathless illustrations features an author, Mr. Earbrass, gazing at a taxidermized beastie in an antiques shop, wondering “why anyone should have had a fantod stuffed and placed under a glass bell.”
  19. ultrablond
    • 2009 May 21, Alastair Macaulay, “Adrift in a Spectacle of Balanchine and Tchaikovsky”, New York Times:
      As her partner, Maxim Beloserkovsky has too little freshness and too much calculated charm in his dancing; and he is distractingly ultrablond in a way that strongly recalls too many Soviet male dancers of yesteryear.
  20. unintimidating