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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-13 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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49906 tokens ‧ 36733 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6194 types ‧ 20 (~ 0.323%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-06-13[edit]

  1. browserless
    • 2009 June 13, Kevin J. O’Brien, “Microsoft Browser Offer Fails to Impress Europe”, New York Times:
      In Europe, Microsoft is offering to sell a browserless “E” version of Windows 7, its latest operating system version, which is scheduled to be introduced worldwide Oct. 22.
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  2. coeli
    • 2009 June 13, James R. Oestreich, “Britten’s Pacifist Work Shaped as a Clear Declaration”, New York Times:
      Clarity is not everything in “Pleni sunt coeli et terra gloria tua,” with its profusion of quiet, overlapping lines of free chant representing the awesome fullness of God’s glory in heaven and on earth, but you have to be able to pick out at least a few consonants and syllables.
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  3. cybercommand
    • 2009 June 13, Thom Shanker, “Privacy May Be a Victim in Cyberdefense Plan”, New York Times:
      Under plans being completed at the Pentagon, the new cybercommand will be run by a four-star general, much the way Gen. David H. Petraeus runs the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq from Central Command in Tampa, Fla. But the expectation is that whoever is in charge of the new command will also direct the National Security Agency, an effort to solve the turf war between the spy agency and the military over who is in charge of conducting offensive operations.
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  4. cyberoperations
    • 2009 June 13, Thom Shanker, “Privacy May Be a Victim in Cyberdefense Plan”, New York Times:
      “The government is in a quandary,” said Maren Leed, a defense expert at the bipartisan Center for Strategic and International Studies who was a Pentagon special assistant on cyberoperations from 2005 to 2008.
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  5. cyberstrategy
    • 2009 June 13, Thom Shanker, “Privacy May Be a Victim in Cyberdefense Plan”, New York Times:
      In a recent speech, Gen. James E. Cartwright, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a chief architect of the new cyberstrategy, acknowledged that a major unresolved issue was how the military — which would include the National Security Agency, where much of the cyberwar expertise resides — could legally set up an early warning system.
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  6. cyberweapons
    • 2009 June 13, Thom Shanker, “Privacy May Be a Victim in Cyberdefense Plan”, New York Times:
      But senior Pentagon and military officials say that Mr. Obama’s assurances may be challenging to guarantee in practice, particularly in trying to monitor the thousands of daily attacks on security systems in the United States that have set off a race to develop better cyberweapons.
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  7. fulminator
  8. gao *
  9. intercartel
    • 2009 June 13, Marc Lacey, “In Mexican City, Drug War Ills Slip Into Shadows”, New York Times:
      What brought the explosion of violence to an end, however, was not just revived law enforcement but the fact that a long intercartel war over the lucrative transit route through Nuevo Laredo had run its course.
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  10. kow
    • 2009 June 13, Sharon Lafraniere, “China’s College Entry Test Is an Obsession”, New York Times:
      China may be changing at head-twirling speed, but the ritual of the gao kao (pronounced gow kow) remains as immutable as chopsticks.
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  11. midregister
    • 2009 June 13, Nate Chinen, “Honoring One Man in 2 Guises”, New York Times:
      Mr. Jordan, 74, played alongside Mr. Allen during Wednesday’s first set, and the contrast was illuminating. Mr. Jordan has an old-fashioned tone in the meaty midregister of his horn, and he trawls his altissimo range with imploring exactitude.
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  12. miniscanner
  13. rachmones
  14. shpilkes
  15. sunt *
    • 2009 June 13, James R. Oestreich, “Britten’s Pacifist Work Shaped as a Clear Declaration”, New York Times:
      Clarity is not everything in “Pleni sunt coeli et terra gloria tua,” with its profusion of quiet, overlapping lines of free chant representing the awesome fullness of God’s glory in heaven and on earth, but you have to be able to pick out at least a few consonants and syllables.
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  16. supertitled
    • 2009 June 13, Daniel M. Gold, “Serious Thoughts About What’s Onstage”, New York Times:
      This declaration, by the British director Peter Brook , is one of dozens that are recited, chanted, sung, supertitled or otherwise transmitted in the course of “Dr. C (Or How I Learned to Act in Eight Steps),” presented by Theater Mitu at the 3LD Art & Technology Center.
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  17. tophi
  18. ultrabright
    • 2009 June 13, Alastair Macaulay, “Every Day, a Different Ballet Star”, New York Times:
      Another soloist, the petite, fast, ultrabright and happily audacious Tiler Peck, has been advancing through the repertory in one debut after another.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. aquisitions = acquisitions
  2. ason = Jason
    • 2009 June 13, “No New ‘Earl’ Episodes”, New York Times:
      When that sitcom, which starred J ason Lee , below, as a bad seed trying to right the wrongs he has committed in his life, wasn’t renewed by NBC for its coming fall schedule, reports surfaced that TBS was in discussions to produce new episodes of the show.
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