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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-28 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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92009 tokens ‧ 68383 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8819 types ‧ 19 (~ 0.215%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-05-28[edit]

  1. calottes
    • 2009 May 28, Alan Feuer, “In the Gilded World of Per Se’s Kitchen”, New York Times:
      The pleasant hush of the cocktail hour was over, and three calottes de boeuf grillée were sputtering like split wicks in a pan.
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  2. checkback
    • 2009 May 28, Phillip Alder, “Toss Trumps, and Send a Message”, New York Times:
      South’s two-club rebid was checkback, promising at least game-invitational values and asking for more information.
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  3. cinchable
    • 2009 May 28, Mike Albo, “Spend Some Time, if Nothing Else”, New York Times:
      I made him try on a white military-style jacket with breast pockets and a cinchable waist ($228).
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  4. cupcakeries
  5. entremetier
    • 2009 May 28, Alan Feuer, “In the Gilded World of Per Se’s Kitchen”, New York Times:
      The main — or cooking — kitchen is an inhumanly immaculate expanse of burner rings and countertops where, according to tradition, the stations move clockwise from canapé to entremetier.
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  6. ephemerals
  7. euonymus
  8. handspun
    • 2009 May 28, Marianne Rohrlich, “From France and Mali, Shades of Indigo”, New York Times:
      Aboubakar Fofana, a Malian artist who divides his time between Paris and Bamako, creates indigo textiles made from handspun cotton and linen.
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  9. iliotibial
  10. lifecast
    • 2009 May 28, Jon Caramanica, “A Rapper With Celebrity but No Label”, New York Times:
      On rap Web sites, which abhor a vacuum, seemingly every move he’s made in recent months has been captured and archived in what has amounted to, essentially, a Drake lifecast: video footage and photographs of concerts, audio clips of radio interviews, endless personal and professional gossip and, oh, new songs to go with the two, “Best I Ever Had” and “Every Girl,” that have already become hits, before this Toronto rapper has even signed a recording contract.
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  11. multifare
    • 2009 May 28, William Neuman, “Plans Would Let Strangers Share Cab Rides in New York”, New York Times:
      The designated sharecabs will take longer to put into effect, because the technology for multifare meters and rooftop destination signs needs to be worked out. Mr. Daus said it could be in place late this year or next year.
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  12. nonromantic
  13. policywise
  14. prodemocracy
    • 2009 May 28, Michael Wines, “China Said to Harass Rights Lawyers”, New York Times:
      Government pressure on activist lawyers appears to be increasing this year, Chinese Human Rights Defenders stated, as Chinese officials seek to guarantee public order during a stretch of politically sensitive dates, including the 20th anniversary of the bloody assault on Tiananmen Square prodemocracy demonstrators on June 4.
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  15. queeny
    • 2009 May 28, Mike Albo, “Spend Some Time, if Nothing Else”, New York Times:
      A loud button-down shirt with an eye-searing print of orange and red flowers ($49.99) would only be right for the brilliant, queeny comedian Paul Lynde if he were still alive.
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  16. rustly
    • 2009 May 28, Mike Albo, “Spend Some Time, if Nothing Else”, New York Times:
      The quaint street, rustly trees and narrow storefronts make everything in the windows look delectable, buyable, wearable — even some flouncy miniskirt in Juicy Couture appears timeless.
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  17. sharecab
    • 2009 May 28, William Neuman, “Plans Would Let Strangers Share Cab Rides in New York”, New York Times:
      Under the sharecab plan, officials said, riders would pay half the standard mileage or waiting-time charges during the portion of the trip when more than one fare is on the meter.
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  18. sharecabs
    • 2009 May 28, William Neuman, “Plans Would Let Strangers Share Cab Rides in New York”, New York Times:
      The designated sharecabs will take longer to put into effect, because the technology for multifare meters and rooftop destination signs needs to be worked out. Mr. Daus said it could be in place late this year or next year.
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  19. skeeve
    • 2009 May 28, Penelope Green, “Jersey Girls, Nesting”, New York Times:
      Indeed, when baby-voiced Teresa describes the bone-crunching finishes in her new home, a 12,000-square-foot French chateau simulacrum that’s “all granite, marble and onyx,” and avers her commitment to the brand-spanking new (“I just skeeve looking at other people’s houses,” she says.
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