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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-10 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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2009-06-10[edit]

  1. bagnat
    • 2009 June 10, Florence Fabricant, “Pairings”, New York Times:
      Today, pan bagnat has become sub bagnat, groaning with ingredients.
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  2. cinsault
    • 2009 June 10, Eric Asimov, New York Times[1]:
      Our No. 4 wine, the ’08 Château de Peyrassol from the Côtes de Provence, was a more typical southern French rosé, made of grenache, cinsault and syrah.
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  3. eprouvette
  4. ficelle *
    • 2009 June 10, Florence Fabricant, “Pairings”, New York Times:
      The one liberty I have taken, aside from a touch of basil, is to make it on ficelle, a skinny baguette, and to cut it up as hors d’oeuvres while I sip that rosé with friends.
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  5. gamay *
    • 2009 June 10, Eric Asimov, New York Times[2]:
      Our No. 2 bottle, the 2008 Beaujolais Rosé d’Folie from Jean-Paul Brun, was made entirely from gamay.
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  6. grisi
    • 2009 June 10, Marc Lacey, “An Independence Claim in Nicaragua”, New York Times:
      Fed up, the separatists seized the region’s ruling party headquarters on April 19 and appointed Héctor Williams as their wihta tara, or great judge. Mr. Williams, a local religious leader whose thin black mustache stretches out toward his deep dimples, said the region suffered from a variety of woes — devastating hurricanes and rat plagues to a mysterious disease known as grisi siknis, which is marked by collective bouts of hysteria.
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  7. mufflerless
    • 2009 June 10, John T. Edge, “Pig, Smoke, Pit: This Food Is Seriously Slow”, New York Times:
      AT 3:45 on a recent Saturday morning — as frogs croaked into the void and a mufflerless pickup downshifted onto Cow Head Road — Rodney Scott, 37, pitmaster here at Scott’s Variety Store and Bar-B-Q, gave the order.
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  8. nashi *
    • 2009 June 10, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      SHO SHAUN HERGATT At once sleek and plush, this second floor dining room, with an open kitchen, showcases touches of Asia. Mr. Hergatt, an Australian who formerly cooked at the Setai in Miami Beach, adds exotic notes, like nashi pear, wilted tetragonia and urfa spice: The Setai New York, 40 Broad Street (Exchange Place), (212) 809-3993.
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  9. pitmaster
  10. pitmasters
  11. rosnto
    • 2009 June 10, Eric Asimov, New York Times[3]:
      The wine panel was encouraged by how many bottles in the tasting were actually dry, without the soda-pop dollop of sugar that can turn a rosnto a wine cooler.
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  12. siknis
    • 2009 June 10, Marc Lacey, “An Independence Claim in Nicaragua”, New York Times:
      Fed up, the separatists seized the region’s ruling party headquarters on April 19 and appointed Héctor Williams as their wihta tara, or great judge. Mr. Williams, a local religious leader whose thin black mustache stretches out toward his deep dimples, said the region suffered from a variety of woes — devastating hurricanes and rat plagues to a mysterious disease known as grisi siknis, which is marked by collective bouts of hysteria.
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  13. sticklerism
    • 2009 June 10, Dwight Garner, “For Those Who Like Danger, the Home Book of Things Not to Try at Home”, New York Times:
      “We, the intellectually curious, may soon find ourselves trapped in a pen, fenced in by rule-bound sticklerism and overzealous concern for our personal safety, unless we exercise our civil liberties and our curiosity,” he declaims.
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  14. tagliolini
    • 2009 June 10, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      SPINA The specialties at this rustic little place are pastas like tagliolini, pappardelle and lasagna made at a counter in the dining room: 175 Avenue B (11th Street), (212) 253-2250.
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  15. tetragonia
    • 2009 June 10, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      SHO SHAUN HERGATT At once sleek and plush, this second floor dining room, with an open kitchen, showcases touches of Asia. Mr. Hergatt, an Australian who formerly cooked at the Setai in Miami Beach, adds exotic notes, like nashi pear, wilted tetragonia and urfa spice: The Setai New York, 40 Broad Street (Exchange Place), (212) 809-3993.
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  16. urfa
    • 2009 June 10, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      SHO SHAUN HERGATT At once sleek and plush, this second floor dining room, with an open kitchen, showcases touches of Asia. Mr. Hergatt, an Australian who formerly cooked at the Setai in Miami Beach, adds exotic notes, like nashi pear, wilted tetragonia and urfa spice: The Setai New York, 40 Broad Street (Exchange Place), (212) 809-3993.
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  17. washugyu
    • 2009 June 10, Florence Fabricant, “An Oregon Trail for Beef”, New York Times:
      The austere appearance of Japanese Premium Beef’s first retail outlet belies the richness of what it purveys: beef called washugyu, a Black Angus/wagyu cross raised in Oregon.
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  18. wihta
    • 2009 June 10, Marc Lacey, “An Independence Claim in Nicaragua”, New York Times:
      Fed up, the separatists seized the region’s ruling party headquarters on April 19 and appointed Héctor Williams as their wihta tara, or great judge. Mr. Williams, a local religious leader whose thin black mustache stretches out toward his deep dimples, said the region suffered from a variety of woes — devastating hurricanes and rat plagues to a mysterious disease known as grisi siknis, which is marked by collective bouts of hysteria.
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