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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-30 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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2009-05-30[edit]

  1. baci *
  2. besos *
  3. bises *
  4. chubbing
    • 2009 May 30, James C. Mckinley Jr., “The Talk, and the Talk, and the Talk, of Austin”, New York Times:
      AUSTIN, Tex. — They call it chubbing, and while it sounds like a way to fatten pigs, it is actually a maneuver to slow business in the Legislature to a crawl — a filibuster of sorts, Texas-style.
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  5. cybercommand
    • 2009 May 30, David E. Sanger, “Obama Outlines Coordinated Cyber-Security Plan”, New York Times:
      Although the president did not discuss details of the expanding role for the military in offensive and pre-emptive cyberoperations, senior officials said Friday that the Pentagon planned to create a new cybercommand to organize and train for digital war, and to oversee offensive and defensive operations.
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  6. cyberoperations
    • 2009 May 30, David E. Sanger, “Obama Outlines Coordinated Cyber-Security Plan”, New York Times:
      Although the president did not discuss details of the expanding role for the military in offensive and pre-emptive cyberoperations, senior officials said Friday that the Pentagon planned to create a new cybercommand to organize and train for digital war, and to oversee offensive and defensive operations.
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  7. intraunion
    • 2009 May 30, Steven Greenhouse, “Leader of Garment and Hotel Workers’ Union Resigns”, New York Times:
      With Mr. Wilhelm controlling a majority of Unite Here’s board, Mr. Raynor had asked the service employees and Mr. Stern for help in his intraunion fight, generating complaints that Mr. Stern was interfering in another union’s business.
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  8. listmaker
    • 2009 May 30, Gail Collins, “Jon & Kate Begin to Grate”, New York Times:
      But at minimum, when a listmaker of the future starts compiling the Ten Worst Multiple-Birth-Reality-Show-Meltdowns-of-the-Millennium, the Gosselins will have found a place in history.
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  9. overindebtedness
  10. parfum *
    • 2009 May 30, Melena Ryzik, “Where Louis XIV Meets Crash and Blade”, New York Times:
      Trailing parfum on a high-heeled tour of the installation before it opened on Thursday in a multistory studio space on Manhattan’s far West Side, the sisters explained what drew them to street artists.
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  11. seltzers
  12. solidest
  13. sparkplug
  14. stardate
    • 2009 May 30, Edward Rothstein, “The U.S.S. Enterprise, in Strange New World of Museum”, New York Times:
      And to avoid any quantum entanglement, make sure that if you visit the show before it closes on the stardate equivalent to Sept. 20, your transporter is in working order.
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  15. unhumanitarian
    • 2009 May 30, Charles M. Blow, “Rogues, Robes and Racists”, New York Times:
      Rehnquist wrote Jackson a memo in which he defended separate-but-equal policies, saying, “I realize that it is an unpopular and unhumanitarian position, for which I have been excoriated by my ‘liberal’ colleagues, but I think Plessy v.
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