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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-09 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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85158 tokens ‧ 63174 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8208 types ‧ 15 (~ 0.183%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-06-09[edit]

  1. abristle
    • 2009 June 9, Natalie Angier, “Brainy Echidna Proves Looks Aren’t Everything”, New York Times:
      He had seen them once or twice in captivity and in photographs — plump, terrier-size creatures abristle with so many competing notes of crane, mole , pig, turtle, tribble, Babar and boot scrubber that if they didn’t exist, nobody would think to Photoshop them.
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  2. avianlike
    • 2009 June 9, Natalie Angier, “Brainy Echidna Proves Looks Aren’t Everything”, New York Times:
      Another avianlike feature is the cloaca, the single orifice through which an echidna or platypus voids waste, has sex and lays eggs, and by which the group gets its name.
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  3. bartoni
    • 2009 June 9, Natalie Angier, “Brainy Echidna Proves Looks Aren’t Everything”, New York Times:
      Muse Opiang was working as a field research officer when he became seized by a passion for the long-beaked echidna, or Zaglossus bartoni, which are found only in the tropical rain forests of New Guinea and a scattering of adjacent islands.
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  4. echnida
  5. galacticos *
    • 2009 June 9, Joshua Robinson, New York Times[1]:
      Florentino Perez, the newly elected team president who also ran the club during its original galacticos era from 2000 to 2006, has not been subtle in his courtship of the Portuguese winger Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United .
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  6. nocturnalist
    • 2009 June 9, Natalie Angier, “Brainy Echidna Proves Looks Aren’t Everything”, New York Times:
      In a recent issue of The Journal of Mammalogy , Mr. Opiang offers the first glimpse of the natural history and ecology of an immaculately private nocturnalist with a surprisingly well-endowed brain.
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  7. nonpianists
  8. palatably
    • 2009 June 9, Richard Pez-Pe, “Boston Globe Union Rejects Wage and Benefits Cuts”, New York Times:
      Many of the employees have complained that the package could have been structured more palatably and that management was not sharing equally in the pain, which the company disputes.
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  9. polysomnograph
    • 2009 June 9, Nicholas Bakalar, “Childhood: Obesity Linked to Sleep Disorder”, New York Times:
      Researchers had 700 children spend a night in a sleep lab where they were evaluated using a polysomnograph, an instrument that measures sleep quality and breathing function.
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  10. ribbony
    • 2009 June 9, Natalie Angier, “Brainy Echidna Proves Looks Aren’t Everything”, New York Times:
      Among his intriguing early findings: unlike most mammals, the females are bigger than the males, and the toothless, hairless tubular beaks through which they aim their ribbony tongues are longer, too.
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  11. rimantidine
    • 2009 June 9, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “How a Mild Virus Might Turn Vicious”, New York Times:
      Depending on the mutation, older antiviral drugs like rimantidine may be useful, but so much resistance to them developed in seasonal flu that they were largely abandoned a few years ago.
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  12. supercaffeinated
    • 2009 June 9, Ian Urbina, “Tight Race in Virginia as 3 Democrats Vie for Governor”, New York Times:
      But his supercaffeinated style, dependence on out-of-state donors and lack of experience in state politics have undercut his popularity among some voters and undermined his claim that his national stature makes him the man to beat Mr. McDonnell.
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  13. transportingly
  14. unimmunized
  15. unpoliticized
    • 2009 June 9, Rob Cox And John Foley, “Court Will Take Look at Fiat Deal”, New York Times:
      The Supreme Court was intended to act as an unpoliticized check on the powers of the other branches of government.
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