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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-19 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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2009-06-19[edit]

  1. aaaaahhhhhhhh
    • 2009 June 19, Richard Sandomir, “Recaps, Replays and Weather Reports”, New York Times:
      After 3, he reported that his caddie, Terry Mundy, was using a hair dryer on his drenched golf bag; that he had spoken to his wife and children through Skype , and predicted, meteorologically, that “we might be here until next weekend if this keeps up. aaaaahhhhhhhh, it doesn’t matter if you win though.”
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  2. autobody
    • 2009 June 19, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      His assemblages of distressed autobody parts are almost classical.
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  3. counternarrative
    • 2009 June 19, Shane M., “A Different Iranian Revolution”, New York Times:
      To our great dismay, what we find is that in important sectors of the American press a disturbing counternarrative is emerging: That perhaps this election wasn’t a fraud after all.
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  4. dastgah
    • 2009 June 19, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      AMIR ELSAFFAR AND HAFEZ MODIRZADEH (Friday) Amir ElSaffar, an Iraqi-American trumpeter, collaborates here with Hafez Modirzadeh, an Iranian-American saxophonist, playing an improvised music that incorporates traditional elements of Iraqi maqam and Persian dastgah.
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  5. deckman
  6. electrojazz
    • 2009 June 19, Nate Chinen, “Territory of Two Norwegian Trumpeters”, New York Times:
      Mr. Molvaer advanced a familiar brand of electrojazz, oscillating between chilly calm and steep propulsion.
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  7. gharbzadegi
    • 2009 June 19, Shane M., “A Different Iranian Revolution”, New York Times:
      This false geography imagines South Tehran and the countryside as home only to the poor, those natural allies of political Islam, while North Tehran embodies unbridled gharbzadegi (translated as “Weststruckness” or “Westernitis”) and is populated by people addicted to the Internet and vacations in Paris.
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  8. hermitic
  9. japonesque
    • 2009 June 19, Wendy Moonan, “A Trove of Steinbeck”, New York Times:
      Sales on the first day, June 11, were brisk, judging from the number of objects marked with red dots, indicating sold items: a pair of Meissen woodpeckers at W. W. Warner; a pair of 18th-century carved Austrian limewood cherubs at A.&E. Foster; a 16th-century alabaster figure of Jesus at Richard Philp; a pair of Queen Anne walnut armchairs, a George II mahogany settee and a George III Pembroke table at Ronald Phillips; a pair of royal George III silver gilt tazzas at Koopman Rare Art; and a japonesque carved limewood opium bed from Paris, from around 1885, at Peter Petrou.
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  10. larkish
    • 2009 June 19, Nate Chinen, “Territory of Two Norwegian Trumpeters”, New York Times:
      What kept his devices from feeling larkish was a sly vocal intimation: even at his most weirdly expressive, Mr. Henriksen seemed to be speaking or singing through his horn.
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  11. limewood
    • 2009 June 19, Wendy Moonan, “A Trove of Steinbeck”, New York Times:
      Sales on the first day, June 11, were brisk, judging from the number of objects marked with red dots, indicating sold items: a pair of Meissen woodpeckers at W. W. Warner; a pair of 18th-century carved Austrian limewood cherubs at A.&E. Foster; a 16th-century alabaster figure of Jesus at Richard Philp; a pair of Queen Anne walnut armchairs, a George II mahogany settee and a George III Pembroke table at Ronald Phillips; a pair of royal George III silver gilt tazzas at Koopman Rare Art; and a japonesque carved limewood opium bed from Paris, from around 1885, at Peter Petrou.
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  12. meteorologically
    • 2009 June 19, Richard Sandomir, “Recaps, Replays and Weather Reports”, New York Times:
      After 3, he reported that his caddie, Terry Mundy, was using a hair dryer on his drenched golf bag; that he had spoken to his wife and children through Skype , and predicted, meteorologically, that “we might be here until next weekend if this keeps up. aaaaahhhhhhhh, it doesn’t matter if you win though.”
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  13. minglings
    • 2009 June 19, Roberta Smith, “Those Medieval Monks Could Draw”, New York Times:
      But luxury of material and execution were generally considered the Christian way, and this led to lavish minglings of colored line, solid or thinly washed color and gold leaf that reached its height among Anglo-Saxon draftsmen.
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  14. nonboring
  15. nonrevenue
  16. nonriders
    • 2009 June 19, The New York Times, “Spare Times”, New York Times:
      But the festival is not anti-pedestrian: riders and nonriders mingle at the daily afterparties, and passers-by are often drawn in by street spectacles like the long-jump contest.
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  17. nonsuite
  18. platterlike
    • 2009 June 19, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      A centralized gallery of early drawings and soft sculptures defines Mr. Oldenburg’s epicurean branch of Pop, with works like “Giant BLT (Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato Sandwich)” and “French Fries and Ketchup” (both 1963), served up on low, platterlike pedestals.
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  19. precolor
    • 2009 June 19, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      They also bring to mind stylish movie sets in precolor Hollywood; Fred and Ginger or a phalanx of Busby Berkeley dancers could easily drift among their mirrored, ethereal forms.
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  20. prefigurations
  21. preinstallation
    • 2009 June 19, Edward Wong, “China Intent on Requiring Internet Censor Software”, New York Times:
      On May 19, the ministry issued a directive to computer makers that required the preinstallation of Green Dam on hard drives or a CD-ROM with installation software that usually is packaged with computers.
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  22. presuspension
    • 2009 June 19, Richard Sandomir, “Recaps, Replays and Weather Reports”, New York Times:
      NBC recapped the presuspension play, with a sharp focus on Tiger Woods ’s morning, interviewed a few golfers, but primarily replayed the back-nine coverage of last year’s final round of the Open.
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  23. psalters
    • 2009 June 19, Roberta Smith, “Those Medieval Monks Could Draw”, New York Times:
      In the first gallery an assortment of illuminated manuscripts — psalters, gospels, epistles and a Bible or two — trace the liberation of drawing from its subservient role in richly colored illuminated texts.
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  24. rousingly
    • 2009 June 19, Sarah Lyall, “In England, a Royal Taste That Alters the Landscape”, New York Times:
      Ten of them, including Frank Gehry , Zaha Hadid , Norman Foster and Renzo Piano , recently sent a rousingly stern letter to The Times of London decrying Charles’s “private comments and behind-the-scenes lobbying.”
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  25. selfward
  26. semihuman
    • 2009 June 19, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      This 66-work survey starts with the stagy existentialism of Bacon’s early work (the semihuman fiends, screaming popes, flanks of beef) and proceeds to the effulgent colors, insistent rhythms and true anguish of his grand triptychs and portraits.
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  27. strummy
    • 2009 June 19, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      OLD 97’S (Friday, Saturday, Tuesday and Wednesday) As an all-encompassing genre, alternative country is perennially misaligned, but the Old 97’s, from Austin, Tex., have figured out how to melt country twang effectively into strummy pop-rock, and the resulting songs are dulcet, sweet and easy.
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  28. tazzas
    • 2009 June 19, Wendy Moonan, “A Trove of Steinbeck”, New York Times:
      Sales on the first day, June 11, were brisk, judging from the number of objects marked with red dots, indicating sold items: a pair of Meissen woodpeckers at W. W. Warner; a pair of 18th-century carved Austrian limewood cherubs at A.&E. Foster; a 16th-century alabaster figure of Jesus at Richard Philp; a pair of Queen Anne walnut armchairs, a George II mahogany settee and a George III Pembroke table at Ronald Phillips; a pair of royal George III silver gilt tazzas at Koopman Rare Art; and a japonesque carved limewood opium bed from Paris, from around 1885, at Peter Petrou.
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  29. thumpy
    • 2009 June 19, Anthony Tommasini, “Beethoven’s ‘Diabelli’ and Assorted Cousins”, New York Times:
      The variation by Johann Pixis, another Beethoven associate, toys with the relentless repeated chords in Diabelli’s theme, turning the music into a thumpy, heavy-footed march.
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  30. undermannned
    • 2009 June 19, JerLongman, “A Brazilian Buzzsaw Consumes the U.S.”, New York Times:
      Felipe Melo, right, and Brazil, defeated an undermannned and overmatched U.S. team on Thursday in the Confederations Cup in Pretoria, South Africa.
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  31. usga
    • 2009 June 19, Richard Sandomir, “Recaps, Replays and Weather Reports”, New York Times:
      By around 1:15, less than an hour before the official postponement, he wrote, with a touch of sarcasm: “We have just been told by the usga that when it stops raining they can get this course playable in 1 hour.”
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  32. youthfest
    • 2009 June 19, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      The result is a serious, carefully considered show, but one that with a few magnetic entries aside — a video by Cyprien Galliard; an animation by Wojciech Bakowski; a madcap Ryan Trecartin installation — feels sedate for a youthfest.
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