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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-29 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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2009-05-29[edit]

  1. breadmaker
  2. choros
    • 2009 May 29, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      DAVID GRISMAN QUINTET (Wednesday) Before phrases like “new acoustic music” or “bluegrass revival” were being bandied about, David Grisman was picking his mandolin in what he named “dawg music,” a perfectly noncommittal moniker for string-band music that cheerfully picked its way through country, bluegrass, jazz, klezmer, Brazilian choros and whatever else Mr. Grisman found engaging.
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  3. cyberbattles
  4. cybercommand
    • 2009 May 29, David E. Sanger, “Pentagon Plans New Arm to Wage Wars in Cyberspace”, New York Times:
      The decision to create a cybercommand is a major step beyond the actions taken by the Bush administration, which authorized several computer-based attacks but never resolved the question of how the government would prepare for a new era of warfare fought over digital networks.
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  5. cyberdefenses
    • 2009 May 29, David E. Sanger, “Pentagon Plans New Arm to Wage Wars in Cyberspace”, New York Times:
      Although Pentagon civilian officials and military officers said the new command was expected to initially be a subordinate headquarters under the military’s Strategic Command, which controls nuclear operations as well as cyberdefenses, it could eventually become an independent command.
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  6. cyberoperations
  7. cyberweapons
    • 2009 May 29, David E. Sanger, “Pentagon Plans New Arm to Wage Wars in Cyberspace”, New York Times:
      The White House has never said whether Mr. Obama embraces the idea that the United States should use cyberweapons, and the public announcement on Friday is expected to focus solely on defensive steps and the government’s acknowledgment that it needs to be better organized to face the threat from foes attacking military, government and commercial online systems.
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  8. dinosaurish
    • 2009 May 29, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      A spectacular dream of an installation of gauzy fabric, dangling pods, dinosaurish wooden bones and cavernous interiors occupies much of the Park Avenue Armory’s 55,000-square-foot, 80-foot-high Wade Thompson Drill Hall.
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  9. faustian
    • 2009 May 29, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      They suggest a fading connection to the eternal feminine, while the smashed cars evoke a faustian industrialism.
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  10. ferne
    • 2009 May 29, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      On Wednesday the baritone Thomas Meglioranza, the cellist Peter Stumpf and the pianists Ignat Solzhenitsyn and Thomas Sauer offer a program including “An Die ferne Geliebte” (Op. 98), the Sonata in C for Cello and Piano (Op. 102, No. 1) and the Piano Sonata in A (Op. 101).
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  11. gatitos *
    • 2009 May 29, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      To introduce children 2 to 6 to salsa, the singer-songwriter Jose Conde came up with a delightful conceit: a band of gatitos y perritos (kittens and puppies) from the streets of New York.
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  12. gyudon
    • 2009 May 29, The New York Times, “Spare Times”, New York Times:
      And there will be a free Japanese food sampling area, with treats like gyudon (beef bowl) over rice and gyoza (dumplings).
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  13. hipsterland
    • 2009 May 29, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      Following the nightmarish adventures in hipsterland of a young woman named Dorian, it takes viewers on a delirious bad trip from innocence to experience.
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  14. intermeshed
    • 2009 May 29, Eve M. Kahn, “Assets of Splendor From a Stock Exchange”, New York Times:
      Sullivan’s goal was to create motifs that seem “interwoven, intermeshed, interconnected, interblended,” he wrote in an essay in 1901.
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  15. mentorlike
  16. narcotizing
    • 2009 May 29, Mike Hale, “Pretty Clouds, Vistas and Sardines, Too”, New York Times:
      If, like the many slavish devotees of “Planet Earth” and the even earlier “Blue Planet,” you are susceptible to the narcotizing effect of gorgeous landscape photography and the pseudonarrative pull of cleverly edited animal behavior, then why resist?
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  17. perritos *
    • 2009 May 29, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      To introduce children 2 to 6 to salsa, the singer-songwriter Jose Conde came up with a delightful conceit: a band of gatitos y perritos (kittens and puppies) from the streets of New York.
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  18. platterlike
    • 2009 May 29, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      A centralized gallery of early drawings and soft sculptures defines Mr. Oldenburg’s epicurean branch of Pop, with works like “Giant BLT (Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato Sandwich)” and “French Fries and Ketchup” (both 1963), served up on low, platterlike pedestals.
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  19. presentness
    • 2009 May 29, Charles Mcgrath, “By-the-Book Reader Meets the Kindle”, New York Times:
      One of the odder sensations of reading on the Kindle, though, is a sensation of eternal presentness.
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  20. pretheater
    • 2009 May 29, Robin Pogrebin, “Babes in Broadwayland: How Old Is Old Enough?”, New York Times:
      Ethan, his friends and I talked over a pretheater large pepperoni pie about burning draft cards and the ’60s culture of sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll.
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  21. pseudonarrative
    • 2009 May 29, Mike Hale, “Pretty Clouds, Vistas and Sardines, Too”, New York Times:
      If, like the many slavish devotees of “Planet Earth” and the even earlier “Blue Planet,” you are susceptible to the narcotizing effect of gorgeous landscape photography and the pseudonarrative pull of cleverly edited animal behavior, then why resist?
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  22. reinstitution
    • 2009 May 29, Raymond Hernandez, “Nominee’s Links With Advocates Fuel Her Critics”, New York Times:
      Ms. Sotomayor was part of a three-person committee of the board that recommended in 1981 that the fund oppose the reinstitution of the death penalty in New York State, according to board minutes from that time.
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  23. robbinschilds
    • 2009 May 29, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ROBBINSCHILDS (Friday and Saturday) Partly inspired by the 1974 Jacques Rivette film “Céline and Julie Go Boating,” robbinschilds brings you “Sonya and Layla Go Camping.”
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  24. scatologically
    • 2009 May 29, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      They also have sexually and scatologically suggestive elements nicely offsetting the hallucinogenic beauty.
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  25. semiprimitive
    • 2009 May 29, David Brooks, “The Empathy Issue”, New York Times:
      Third, is she aware of the murky, flawed and semiprimitive nature of her own decision-making, and has she accounted for her own uncertainty?
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  26. snapshotlike
    • 2009 May 29, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Unromantic observation prevails in the snapshotlike “Standing Nude,” which depicts a woman with dark hair, a flatfooted stance and short legs.
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  27. ultrasecurity
    • 2009 May 29, “Grimace and Bear It”, New York Times:
      A dour turning in this era of ultrasecurity has motor vehicle officials in four states banning open-faced smiles on photo identification licenses.
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  28. videoboards
    • 2009 May 29, Richard Sandomir, “The Mets Remain Unbeaten in the Replay Booth”, New York Times:
      VIDEO POLICY DIFFERS Mets fans at Citi Field have surely noticed an M.L.B. policy during video reviews: replays considered by the umpires cannot be shown on stadium videoboards, even afterward, presumably to avoid riling fans.
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  29. youthfest
    • 2009 May 29, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      The result is a serious, carefully considered show, but one that with a few magnetic entries aside — a video by Cyprien Galliard; an animation by Wojciech Bakowski; a madcap Ryan Trecartin installation — feels sedate for a youthfest.
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