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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-26 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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2009-05-26[edit]

  1. chytridiomycosis
    • 2009 May 26, Natalie Angier, “Fungi, From Killer to Dinner Companion”, New York Times:
      Frogs and salamanders worldwide are dying in catastrophic numbers, very likely of a fungal disorder called chytridiomycosis, which clogs an amphibian’s skin and deranges its blood chemistry.
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  2. controversion
    • 2009 May 26, Ginia Bellafante, “Examined Lives: So Many Camera Crews, So Little Time”, New York Times:
      “Tori & Dean” (which begins anew on Tuesday) is itself an exercise in controversion, as Ms. Spelling’s attempts to avoid photographers with long lenses are in turn filmed by the camera crew she has invited to follow her around while she navigates life with her husband, Dean McDermott , and their children Liam and Stella Doreen.
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  3. doubletime
    • 2009 May 26, Jon Pareles, “Juggling a Mix of Emotions in a Search for Just the Right Balance”, New York Times:
      With a raw, often tearful voice, set in funk vamps or slow-climbing ballads punctuated by doubletime drums, she deals with men who are jealous but fickle, who take her for granted, who lie to her or toy with her affections.
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  4. germophobe
  5. gwi
  6. homuncular
    • 2009 May 26, Natalie Angier, “Fungi, From Killer to Dinner Companion”, New York Times:
      Some fungi remain simple, even unicellular, but others can sprout elaborate fruiting bodies packed with billions of microscopic spores, billions of wistful homuncular fungi.
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  7. lucida *
    • 2009 May 26, Ken Johnson, “A Spaniard Who Liked His Vegetables”, New York Times:
      No drawings related to his still-life paintings exist, and while it looks as though he must have used a device like a camera obscura or a camera lucida, evidence of that has not turned up.
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  8. megacase
    • 2009 May 26, Micheline Maynard, “Bankruptcy for G.M. Would Tax the Experts”, New York Times:
      Although no judge will be assigned until the case is filed, court officials are creating plans for a separate computer server devoted to G.M.’s filing, which will be an even bigger megacase than Chrysler, which received that designation in April.
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  9. neonatalogist
    • 2009 May 26, Ginia Bellafante, “Examined Lives: So Many Camera Crews, So Little Time”, New York Times:
      “The Little Couple” (beginning on Tuesday on TLC) revolves around Bill Klein, a businessman, and Jen Arnold, a neonatalogist, who share a compatibility of mind and, more pointedly for the purposes of reality television, a likeness of physical stature: they are both under four feet tall.
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  10. neurotrauma
    • 2009 May 26, Jane E. Brody, “A Brain Disorder Easily Missed”, New York Times:
      The Fergusons also found Dr. Jeffrey Chen, the director of neurotrauma for the Legacy Health System in Portland, Ore., who is skilled at treating this often-reversible condition.
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  11. nonpharmacological
    • 2009 May 26, “Alternatives to New Drugs (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      My own work over the last 40 years, and my reading of the “evidence-based” scientific literature, strongly suggest that an integrative, nonpharmacological approach based on self-awareness and self-care is in many cases superior to drug treatment.
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  12. orthoptics
  13. praziquantel
  14. prestate *
  15. prosopon
    • 2009 May 26, Roni Caryn Rabin, “A Memory for Faces, Extreme Version”, New York Times:
      Prosopagnosia , a term that combines the Greek words prosopon, or face, and agnosia, or ignorance, is believed to affect 2 percent of the population and can be congenital or the result of a brain injury or a stroke.
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  16. saprophagic
    • 2009 May 26, Natalie Angier, “Fungi, From Killer to Dinner Companion”, New York Times:
      “They are the major decomposers,” outdoing even bacteria, worms and maggots in their saprophagic industry, said David J. McLaughlin, a mycologist at the University of Minnesota .
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  17. sito *
  18. uce
    • 2009 May 26, Felicia R. Lee, “Footnotes”, New York Times:
      Status Quo , Tom Jones , Franz Ferdinand and Spinal Tap will join the headliners Br uce Springsteen , Blur and Neil Young at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, which runs from June 26 to June 28 and features more than 350 acts.
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  19. underreaction
    • 2009 May 26, “Israelis, Iranians and Existential Threats”, New York Times:
      The essence of Mr. Goldberg’s astute article, summed up in his final observation — that the relatively dovish Israeli president, Shimon Peres, would prefer overreaction to underreaction in dealing with existential threats — highlights the Israeli dilemma.
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