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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-15 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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65018 tokens ‧ 47683 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7100 types ‧ 15 (~ 0.211%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-06-15[edit]

  1. antiperformance
    • 2009 June 15, Jon Caramanica, “Gray-Suited D.J.s Mix It Up With Dancehall and Multimedia”, New York Times:
      Eventually Diplo and Switch — who were nominated for a 2009 Grammy for their work on M.I.A.’s “Paper Planes,” Diplo as producer, Switch as engineer-mixer — did take the stage, their actual presence little improvement on the antiperformance that preceded it.
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  2. bespells
  3. circlings
  4. detainments
  5. megaclub
  6. nach *
    • 2009 June 15, Steve Smith, “Varied Sounds With a Whiff of Sulfur”, New York Times:
      The last piece, “nacht nach nacht nach nacht nach nacht” (“night after night after night after night”), was less composition than ritual.
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  7. nacht *
    • 2009 June 15, Steve Smith, “Varied Sounds With a Whiff of Sulfur”, New York Times:
      The last piece, “nacht nach nacht nach nacht nach nacht” (“night after night after night after night”), was less composition than ritual.
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  8. nontriumphs
    • 2009 June 15, Janet Maslin, “This Baseball Patriarch Could Really Pitch Himself”, New York Times:
      But factor in Paige’s delectable flair for exaggerating (“Methuselah was my first bat boy”), his convenient ability to forget the nontriumphs (despite his initial denials, he did pitch to Babe Ruth, according to Mr. Tye’s interview with Julia Ruth Stevens, Ruth’s daughter) and his willingness to let his memoirs be co-written by white authors who shared his eagerness to embellish — this yields the morass into which Mr. Tye has intrepidly waded.
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  9. protopunk
    • 2009 June 15, Jon Pareles, “Generations Mingle at This Year’s Bonnaroo”, New York Times:
      Raphael Saadiq led a band reminiscent of Motown soul — and for an unexpected bit of Detroit, also belted a protopunk song from Iggy Pop and the Stooges, “Search and Destroy.”
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  10. putaway
  11. ronds *
  12. semibiographical
    • 2009 June 15, Patricia Cohen, “Stew and Shakespeare Play on Outdoors”, New York Times:
      Stew , the singer and songwriter who shook up Broadway with his semibiographical musical “Passing Strange” last year, is once again writing for the theater, only this time the playwright is Shakespeare .
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  13. soubresauts
    • 2009 June 15, Alastair Macaulay, “Natural Liftoff and Intense Inner Life for a Daughter of the Air”, New York Times:
      The airborne quality that was so startling from the first in Act I was all the more remarkable when Giselle became a ghost in Act II. She took to the air so naturally that it made you feel, retrospectively, that this had always been her destiny from her entrance in Act I. Springing up from both feet while keeping those feet together (in soubresauts), she drove the audience — which had been in a tizzy of excitement all along — wild.
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  14. stepback
  15. wili *

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