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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-03 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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2009-06-03[edit]

  1. batidos
    • 2009 June 3, Julia Moskin, “Ethnic and Affordable”, New York Times:
      MARGON This Cuban/Dominican diner off Times Square is Mr. Brooks’s pick for tastes of his hometown, Miami, like batidos, Cuban sandwiches, roast pork, octopus salad and chicken chicharrones: 136 West 46th Street; (212) 354-5013.
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  2. bhel
    • 2009 June 3, Julia Moskin, “Ethnic and Affordable”, New York Times:
      Try the papri chaat and bhel puri: 1013 Avenue of the Americas between 37th and 38th Streets; (212) 840-3767.
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  3. forgings
    • 2009 June 3, Louis Uchitelle, “Detroit’s Woes Wound an Army of Suppliers”, New York Times:
      Mr. Regal says he sees no other choice but to try to sell more steering mechanism forgings to foreign auto companies that assemble vehicles in the United States.
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  4. gamay *
    • 2009 June 3, Eric Asimov, “Not So Cold ... Doctor’s Order”, New York Times:
      But what if that rosé were dry and spicy with pleasing mineral and herbal flavors, like a 2008 Edmunds St. John Bone-Jolly gamay noir I had not so long ago?
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  5. headbanged
    • 2009 June 3, Ben Ratliff, “A Teenager’s Keen Emotions, Seen From a Distance”, New York Times:
      Her brother David Mayfield, burly and bearded and her opposite in most ways, shook his bass to wring tremolo from it, headbanged at a crawl tempo and sang harmonies in a high, nasal tenor.
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  6. jackelope
    • 2009 June 3, William Grimes, “Bar? What Bar?”, New York Times:
      A buzzer opens a secret door, revealing a strange, twilight world where artisanal cocktails are consumed under the watchful eyes of a stuffed jackelope and raccoon, and a bear wearing a bowler hat.
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  7. jamons
    • 2009 June 3, Harold Mcgee, “Bringing Flavor Back to the Ham”, New York Times:
      Spain and Italy are renowned for the quality of their dry-cured hams, their jamons and prosciuttos, which can sell for $30 to $100 a pound.
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  8. kimbap
    • 2009 June 3, Julia Moskin, “Ethnic and Affordable”, New York Times:
      WOORIJIP First-time visitors to this takeout spot in Koreatown should try the buffet; regulars come for noodles and kimbap, or Korean-style sushi filled with pickled vegetables: 12 West 32nd Street; (212) 244-1115.
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  9. nonintimidating
    • 2009 June 3, Seth Schiesel, “Sony Unveils New Portable Game Player”, New York Times:
      Likewise, Sony’s flagship PlayStation 3 living-room console has been far surpassed in popularity by the Nintendo Wii, which has appealed to a much broader audience by focusing on nonintimidating, easy-to-play games rather than the complicated, violent fare more common to the PlayStation franchise.
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  10. overbaked
  11. overchilled
    • 2009 June 3, Eric Asimov, “Not So Cold ... Doctor’s Order”, New York Times:
      Nonetheless, I feel that I must try if only because it is clear to me that drinking overchilled white wine — good white wine — deprives one of fully enjoying the complex aromas and delicious flavors in the glass.
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  12. papri *
    • 2009 June 3, Julia Moskin, “Ethnic and Affordable”, New York Times:
      Try the papri chaat and bhel puri: 1013 Avenue of the Americas between 37th and 38th Streets; (212) 840-3767.
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  13. pierrots
    • 2009 June 3, Claudia La Rocco, “With Each Youthful Step, Discoveries and Transformations”, New York Times:
      Then came the very young, in the “Ballabile des Enfants” from “Harlequinade,” a colorful, confectionary swirl of polichinelles, pierrots and scaramouches, set to Riccardo Drigo.
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  14. polichinelles
    • 2009 June 3, Claudia La Rocco, “With Each Youthful Step, Discoveries and Transformations”, New York Times:
      Then came the very young, in the “Ballabile des Enfants” from “Harlequinade,” a colorful, confectionary swirl of polichinelles, pierrots and scaramouches, set to Riccardo Drigo.
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  15. porkiness
    • 2009 June 3, Harold Mcgee, “Bringing Flavor Back to the Ham”, New York Times:
      HAVE you ever placed a vanishingly thin morsel of rosy meat on your tongue and had it fill your mouth with deepest porkiness, or the aroma of tropical fruits, or caramel, or chocolate ?
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  16. restructures *
    • 2009 June 3, Nick Bunkley, “New-Vehicle Sales Reach a 2009 High”, New York Times:
      , once it restructures and emerges from bankruptcy, has predicted it can break even if industry sales are at least 10 million a year.
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  17. scaramouches
    • 2009 June 3, Claudia La Rocco, “With Each Youthful Step, Discoveries and Transformations”, New York Times:
      Then came the very young, in the “Ballabile des Enfants” from “Harlequinade,” a colorful, confectionary swirl of polichinelles, pierrots and scaramouches, set to Riccardo Drigo.
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  18. squibber
    • 2009 June 3, The Associated Press, “Washington Takes N.C.A.A. Softball Crown”, New York Times:
      OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Kimi Pohlman raced home on a squibber back to the circle that Florida pitcher Stacey Nelson could not handle, giving Washington the decisive run in a 3-2 victory for its first N.C.A.A. softball championship Tuesday night.
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  19. taeniorhynchus
    • 2009 June 3, “Corrections”, New York Times:
      It is Aedes taeniorhynchus, not taerniorhynchus.
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  20. toastess
    • 2009 June 3, William Grimes, “Danny La Rue, Female Impersonator, Dies at 81”, New York Times:
      His act blended comedy and song, interspersed with dead-on impressions of film stars and celebrities like Marlene Dietrich , Joan Collins and Elizabeth Taylor and creations like Lady Cynthia Grope, “the hoary toastess of the Conservative Party.”
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  21. unrevived
    • 2009 June 3, Alastair Macaulay, “Cherry Blossom Season, and Love Is in Full Flower”, New York Times:
      Why, when Antony Tudor’s Prokofiev “Gala Performance” has been languishing unrevived for years, has Ballet Theater acquired James Kudelka’s repetitious collection of clichés, “Désir” (1991), as the centerpiece of this program?
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. taerniorhynchus
    • 2009 June 3, “Corrections”, New York Times:
      It is Aedes taeniorhynchus, not taerniorhynchus.
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