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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-22 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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76856 tokens ‧ 55049 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8155 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.258%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-05-22[edit]

  1. antichoreography
  2. dall *
  3. demisoloists
  4. greensides
  5. haikulike
  6. irruptions
    • 2009 May 22, Roslyn Sulcas, “Dancing to the Beat of an Elaborate Mathematical Equation”, New York Times:
      Then another couple (Megan Fairchild and Andrew Veyette, in debuts) appear and begin a pas de deux that feels like one long conversation throughout the 13-minute piece, despite irruptions by the ensemble.
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  7. khimar
    • 2009 May 22, Clyde Haberman, “Interfaith Understanding Wins Out, and a Plot Loses”, New York Times:
      Nor would universal healing arrive with the Sabbath candlesticks from Poland that had been in Rina Lubit’s family for five generations or with the khimar, a scarf to cover a Muslim woman’s face, that was handed down from Tayssir Abdullah’s great-grandmother in Yemen.
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  8. midcrash
  9. nonwinners
    • 2009 May 22, Jon Caramanica, “‘American Idol’: The Triumph of Soft Rock”, New York Times:
      This year, more than any other, there was frequent discussion of the contestants’ post-“Idol” careers, both because of a newly added fourth judge, Kara DioGuardi, with significant recent music industry experience, and because, as many nonwinners have made plain, you don’t need to win to capitalize on “Idol” exposure.
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  10. prebubble
    • 2009 May 22, Claire Cain Miller, “Two Technology Offerings Find Favor on Wall Street”, New York Times:
      Even if it becomes easier for small technology companies to go public, he said, “the new normal” will probably be an average of 50 venture-backed public offerings a year, down from 125 in the prebubble days and 260 at the height of the bubble.
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  11. semiclear
    • 2009 May 22, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      They are seen through a kind of screen of semiclear plastic that was applied in a gelatinous form to the surface (canvas, fabric or stretched plastic) and then neatly striated (vertically) with a comblike machine.
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  12. semilegible
    • 2009 May 22, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      In other instances second looks reveal unexpected excisions or additions to the posters or a semilegible word cut out of painted paper.
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  13. stockpilers
  14. stoneworkers
    • 2009 May 22, Louise Tutelian, “The Look of Then, the Comforts of Now”, New York Times:
      Brick makers, furniture makers, wrought-iron craftsmen, masons, coppersmiths, stoneworkers, even interns from three colleges — 32 people in all — helped Mr. Dewberry turn back time.
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  15. tambourinelike
    • 2009 May 22, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      SCOTT FEINER’S PANDEIRO JAZZ (Thursday) Scott Feiner treats the pandeiro, a tambourinelike Brazilian hand drum, as an expressive jazz instrument.
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  16. tearjerking
    • 2009 May 22, The New York Times, “Movie Listings and Film Series”, New York Times:
      (PG-13, 1:32) Teetering between comedy and pathos, “Is Anybody There?” is essentially a two-character exercise from the “Harold and Maude” school of tearjerking whimsy in which a retired magician (a wonderful Michael Caine ) and a 10-year-old boy form an unlikely friendship.
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  17. yakfests
    • 2009 May 22, Stuart Elliott, “A Hit Parade, or So They Hope”, New York Times:
      HAIL TO THE CHIEF (FAN) The coming competition on the comedy-talk front will be brutal: Jay Leno leaves “Tonight” for prime time, Conan O’Brien takes over “Tonight” and Wanda Sykes’s show joins the ranks of comedic yakfests.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. cooool
    • 2009 May 22, The New York Times, “Movie Listings and Film Series”, New York Times:
      ‘THE HANNAH MONTANA MOVIE’ (G, 1:42) basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee. and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) and totally saves her hometown from getting a shopping mall (???) by giving a SUPER AWESOME concert! oh, and her dad finds a girlfriend (i know, super gross).
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  2. cyrus
    • 2009 May 22, The New York Times, “Movie Listings and Film Series”, New York Times:
      ‘THE HANNAH MONTANA MOVIE’ (G, 1:42) basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee. and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) and totally saves her hometown from getting a shopping mall (???) by giving a SUPER AWESOME concert! oh, and her dad finds a girlfriend (i know, super gross).
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  3. hannah *
    • 2009 May 22, The New York Times, “Movie Listings and Film Series”, New York Times:
      ‘THE HANNAH MONTANA MOVIE’ (G, 1:42) basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee. and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) and totally saves her hometown from getting a shopping mall (???) by giving a SUPER AWESOME concert! oh, and her dad finds a girlfriend (i know, super gross).
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  4. tennessee
    • 2009 May 22, The New York Times, “Movie Listings and Film Series”, New York Times:
      ‘THE HANNAH MONTANA MOVIE’ (G, 1:42) basically hannah the pop star is getting way too cocky for a secret identity so her dad (i wish billy ray cyrus would shave his chin) takes her home to tennessee. and she falls in love with this cooool cowboy (i wish we had cowboys in new york!) and totally saves her hometown from getting a shopping mall (???) by giving a SUPER AWESOME concert! oh, and her dad finds a girlfriend (i know, super gross).
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