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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-27 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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2009-05-27[edit]

  1. agars
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      It drenches sticky rice, coconut, assorted colorful agars and scissor-snipped white bread in several ladles of coconut milk and tapioca pearls.
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  2. biogasoline
    • 2009 May 27, Clifford Krauss, “Big Oil Warms to Ethanol and Biofuel Companies”, New York Times:
      Shell has also formed partnerships with a variety of small companies at work on improving enzymes that break down various plants and waste materials for ethanol, making fuels from algae and even biogasoline from sugary liquids derived from plant materials.
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  3. bulaklak *
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Also look for chicharron bulaklak, deep-fried “pork ruffle fat”; skewered balls of ground fish with spicy sauce; fritters bedecked with shrimp; fried bananas; laing, chopped taro leaves slow-cooked with coconut milk, spices and shrimp; cuchinta, steamed rice cakes accented with shredded coconut; and halo-halo, a “mix-mix” of shaved ice, condensed milk and colorful sweets (beans, corn and yams all qualify).
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  4. cendol
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Look for gado-gado and lothek, a pair of vegetable salads with crunchy highlights, awash in sauce that’s hand-ground (and spiced to order) for each customer; combro, a deep-fried, chili-spiked croquette of grated cassava; satay plates of skewered beef and chicken, accompanied by peanut sauce and blocks of sticky rice; the long-simmered stew called beef rendang; chicken or beef noodle soup; and cendol, iced coconut milk laden with green rice noodles and tiny cubes of colored jelly, and laced with palm sugar.
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  5. cerdo *
    • 2009 May 27, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, “Sotomayor, a Trailblazer and a Dreamer”, New York Times:
      In her 2001 address, she spoke longingly of the “sound of merengue at all our family parties” and the Puerto Rican delicacies — patitas de cerdo con garbanzos (pigs’ feet with beans) and la lengua y orejas de cuchifrito (pigs’ tongue and ears) — that appealed to the “particularly adventurous taste buds” that she called “a very special part of my being Latina.”
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  6. chicharron
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Also look for chicharron bulaklak, deep-fried “pork ruffle fat”; skewered balls of ground fish with spicy sauce; fritters bedecked with shrimp; fried bananas; laing, chopped taro leaves slow-cooked with coconut milk, spices and shrimp; cuchinta, steamed rice cakes accented with shredded coconut; and halo-halo, a “mix-mix” of shaved ice, condensed milk and colorful sweets (beans, corn and yams all qualify).
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  7. combro
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Look for gado-gado and lothek, a pair of vegetable salads with crunchy highlights, awash in sauce that’s hand-ground (and spiced to order) for each customer; combro, a deep-fried, chili-spiked croquette of grated cassava; satay plates of skewered beef and chicken, accompanied by peanut sauce and blocks of sticky rice; the long-simmered stew called beef rendang; chicken or beef noodle soup; and cendol, iced coconut milk laden with green rice noodles and tiny cubes of colored jelly, and laced with palm sugar.
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  8. cuchifrito
    • 2009 May 27, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, “Sotomayor, a Trailblazer and a Dreamer”, New York Times:
      In her 2001 address, she spoke longingly of the “sound of merengue at all our family parties” and the Puerto Rican delicacies — patitas de cerdo con garbanzos (pigs’ feet with beans) and la lengua y orejas de cuchifrito (pigs’ tongue and ears) — that appealed to the “particularly adventurous taste buds” that she called “a very special part of my being Latina.”
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  9. cuchinta
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Also look for chicharron bulaklak, deep-fried “pork ruffle fat”; skewered balls of ground fish with spicy sauce; fritters bedecked with shrimp; fried bananas; laing, chopped taro leaves slow-cooked with coconut milk, spices and shrimp; cuchinta, steamed rice cakes accented with shredded coconut; and halo-halo, a “mix-mix” of shaved ice, condensed milk and colorful sweets (beans, corn and yams all qualify).
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  10. danielle
    • 2009 May 27, Florence Fabricant, “Dining Calendar”, New York Times:
      To sign up: danielle .albanese@greatperformances.com.
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  11. dihydroergotamine
  12. ethanols
    • 2009 May 27, Clifford Krauss, “Big Oil Warms to Ethanol and Biofuel Companies”, New York Times:
      BP also speaks with optimism about a partnership with DuPont to test production of biobutanol, an advanced liquid alcohol fuel that is made from the same feed stocks as advanced ethanols and is compatible with existing pipelines and car engines.
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  13. farmstands
    • 2009 May 27, Julia Moskin, “Preserving Time in a Bottle (or a Jar)”, New York Times:
      Stacks of locally grown, peak-ripe produce are about to appear at farmstands and markets — then disappear for another year.
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  14. flowage
  15. inchlong
    • 2009 May 27, James Card, “The Fish Are Biting, and the Room Is Hopping”, New York Times:
      A heavy monofilament line a little longer than the rod is tied at the tip, and the line is rigged with an inchlong glow-stick bobber, a lead sinker and an eyeless hook.
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  16. kampung *
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Several times each summer, the small parking lot outside the al-Hikmah mosque in Astoria is awash in aromas and flavors that seem straight out of an Indonesian kampung, or village.
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  17. korv *
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Look for a korv, a hot dog with an indulgent garnish of shrimp salad, relish and toasted onions; and waffles with jam and whipped cream.
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  18. kyar
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Other dishes (most are about $5) include mohinga, or fish noodle soup; shrimp fritters tossed with watercress, cucumber and fish sauce; and mont kyar si, hand-rolled rice-flour dumplings with shredded coconut.
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  19. laing
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Also look for chicharron bulaklak, deep-fried “pork ruffle fat”; skewered balls of ground fish with spicy sauce; fritters bedecked with shrimp; fried bananas; laing, chopped taro leaves slow-cooked with coconut milk, spices and shrimp; cuchinta, steamed rice cakes accented with shredded coconut; and halo-halo, a “mix-mix” of shaved ice, condensed milk and colorful sweets (beans, corn and yams all qualify).
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  20. lengua *
    • 2009 May 27, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, “Sotomayor, a Trailblazer and a Dreamer”, New York Times:
      In her 2001 address, she spoke longingly of the “sound of merengue at all our family parties” and the Puerto Rican delicacies — patitas de cerdo con garbanzos (pigs’ feet with beans) and la lengua y orejas de cuchifrito (pigs’ tongue and ears) — that appealed to the “particularly adventurous taste buds” that she called “a very special part of my being Latina.”
      add
  21. lothek
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Look for gado-gado and lothek, a pair of vegetable salads with crunchy highlights, awash in sauce that’s hand-ground (and spiced to order) for each customer; combro, a deep-fried, chili-spiked croquette of grated cassava; satay plates of skewered beef and chicken, accompanied by peanut sauce and blocks of sticky rice; the long-simmered stew called beef rendang; chicken or beef noodle soup; and cendol, iced coconut milk laden with green rice noodles and tiny cubes of colored jelly, and laced with palm sugar.
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  22. maht *
  23. mohinga
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Other dishes (most are about $5) include mohinga, or fish noodle soup; shrimp fritters tossed with watercress, cucumber and fish sauce; and mont kyar si, hand-rolled rice-flour dumplings with shredded coconut.
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  24. orejas *
    • 2009 May 27, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, “Sotomayor, a Trailblazer and a Dreamer”, New York Times:
      In her 2001 address, she spoke longingly of the “sound of merengue at all our family parties” and the Puerto Rican delicacies — patitas de cerdo con garbanzos (pigs’ feet with beans) and la lengua y orejas de cuchifrito (pigs’ tongue and ears) — that appealed to the “particularly adventurous taste buds” that she called “a very special part of my being Latina.”
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  25. patitas
    • 2009 May 27, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, “Sotomayor, a Trailblazer and a Dreamer”, New York Times:
      In her 2001 address, she spoke longingly of the “sound of merengue at all our family parties” and the Puerto Rican delicacies — patitas de cerdo con garbanzos (pigs’ feet with beans) and la lengua y orejas de cuchifrito (pigs’ tongue and ears) — that appealed to the “particularly adventurous taste buds” that she called “a very special part of my being Latina.”
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  26. prehumans
  27. quartzlike
    • 2009 May 27, Alison Gregor, “Building It Big in Las Vegas”, New York Times:
      A 500,000-square-foot shopping, restaurant and entertainment complex with quartzlike jagged edges called the Crystals will open on Dec. 3.
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  28. rendang
    • 2009 May 27, Dave Cook, “A Little Taste of Somewhere Else”, New York Times:
      Look for gado-gado and lothek, a pair of vegetable salads with crunchy highlights, awash in sauce that’s hand-ground (and spiced to order) for each customer; combro, a deep-fried, chili-spiked croquette of grated cassava; satay plates of skewered beef and chicken, accompanied by peanut sauce and blocks of sticky rice; the long-simmered stew called beef rendang; chicken or beef noodle soup; and cendol, iced coconut milk laden with green rice noodles and tiny cubes of colored jelly, and laced with palm sugar.
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  29. resterilized
    • 2009 May 27, Julia Moskin, “Some Canning Dos and Don'ts”, New York Times:
      If in doubt, know that most “spoilers” — molds, yeasts, enzymes and bacteria — cannot survive more than a few minutes’ cooking, so the contents of a questionable jar can always be dumped into a pot and resterilized by boiling for 10 minutes.
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  30. seon *
  31. sublandlord
    • 2009 May 27, J. Alex Tarquinio, “Manhattan Is Awash in Sublet Office Space”, New York Times:
      In some cases, Mr. Turchin said, a sublandlord might even need to hire an architect to show tenants how an office could be reconfigured, especially if the space does not have a reception area or a conference room.
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  32. sublandlords
    • 2009 May 27, J. Alex Tarquinio, “Manhattan Is Awash in Sublet Office Space”, New York Times:
      But real estate experts say the main way sublandlords are competing with office space that is available directly from building owners — often within the same building — is by slashing rents.
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  33. underconditioned
    • 2009 May 27, Tyler Kepner, “Ryan Instills His Toughness in the Rangers”, New York Times:
      To Ryan, teams have tried so hard to prevent injuries — and protect guaranteed contracts — that they have underconditioned pitchers.
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  34. weissbier
    • 2009 May 27, Florence Fabricant, “From a Revered Chef, a Beer That Behaves Like Wine”, New York Times:
      It actually starts as two beers, Mr. Adrià said: a straightforward lager and a German-style weissbier that is seasoned with orange peel, coriander and licorice.
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