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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-25 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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2009-06-25[edit]

  1. apso
  2. binti *
  3. bintis
    • 2009 June 25, Denise Grady, “Fragile Tanzanian Orphans Get Help After Mothers Die”, New York Times:
      In addition, the bintis, some of whom have never been to school, gain some education. Ms. Klatt provides schoolbooks, she said, and the young women study and teach one another in the evenings.
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  4. cherishable
    • 2009 June 25, Alastair Macaulay, “No Angled Wrists, Please, We’re a British Troupe”, New York Times:
      Instead the Royal’s opening on Tuesday reminded me of why it helped me fall in love with ballet and showed why it remains a singularly cherishable company today.
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  5. darem
    • 2009 June 25, Alastair Macaulay, “No Angled Wrists, Please, We’re a British Troupe”, New York Times:
      The introductory solos for the two youngest characters, Vera and Kolia, were performed on Tuesday by Bethany Keating and Paul Kay with precision that seems simultaneously musical, dancerly and actorly: individual notes of Chopin ’s variations on Mozart ’s “Ci darem la mano” became dramatic strokes.
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  6. flagellifera
    • 2009 June 25, Anne Raver, “Getting Creative With Containers”, New York Times:
      This same ensemble included a large pot with two cinnamon brown sedges (Carex flagellifera) called Toffee Twist, and a giant Aloe vera whose spiky leaves looked slightly bleached.
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  7. inspectional
    • 2009 June 25, Al Baker, “7 Fire Dept. Officers Censured in Bank Blaze Inquiry”, New York Times:
      The punishment, far more lenient than could have been meted out, nevertheless drew immediate criticism from union officials, who said department brass had not emphasized the inspectional rule and had rarely enforced it.
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  8. kalanchoes
    • 2009 June 25, Anne Raver, “Getting Creative With Containers”, New York Times:
      IT’S rather jolly having a former administrator of a public garden talk you into buying some kooky little kalanchoes to put in a pot.
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  9. kliegs
    • 2009 June 25, Penelope Green, “‘West Side Story’ Amid the Laundry”, New York Times:
      As for the lights that shine like kliegs into Ms. Heffley’s windows, he said ruefully, “We screwed up on those.”
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  10. luciae
    • 2009 June 25, Anne Raver, “Getting Creative With Containers”, New York Times:
      “I thought it would be interesting watching the little ones bulk up and start to push against each other,” said Robert Hyland, a former vice president at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden , as we stared down at nine flapjack plants (Kalanchoe luciae), their fleshy round leaves looking a bit small for their big square clay pot.
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  11. macrorrhiza
    • 2009 June 25, Anne Raver, “Getting Creative With Containers”, New York Times:
      Alocasia macrorrhiza, whose crenellated light-green leaves could soon be four feet tall and three feet wide, were planted in tall white minimalist pots.
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  12. maculatum *
    • 2009 June 25, Anne Raver, “Getting Creative With Containers”, New York Times:
      Rather than let all these succulents take themselves too seriously, Mr. Hyland has allowed some hawkweed (Hieracium maculatum Leopard), which has an airy yellow flower and spotted gray-green leaves, to seed itself into a couple of the pots.
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  13. microenterprises
    • 2009 June 25, Kate Murphy, “Lending Talent, and Money, on a Micro Scale”, New York Times:
      From Botswana to Bolivia, entrepreneurship training has resulted in thriving microenterprises — like soap makers, cocoa processors and handicraft exporters — that would not have existed otherwise.
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  14. nonexhibition
    • 2009 June 25, Holland Cotter, “Restoring the ‘Eek’ to Eking Out a Living”, New York Times:
      From now through Sunday the four-story Dia building on West 22nd Street, with its wide-open spaces and capacious made-for-art roof, is serving as a gathering spot for more than 40 alternative galleries and organizations, with a geographical spread ranging from Rabat, Morocco, to Marfa, Tex. They’ve come together for an event — an un-art fair, nonexhibition, sort of convention — called “No Soul for Sale: A Festival of Independents.”
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  15. nonresponsible
  16. nonwild
    • 2009 June 25, Ben Ratliff, “Mixing the Prepared With the Impromptu”, New York Times:
      There was some wild free improvising in the middle, building up to a meticulous and completely nonwild solo by Mr. Weiss, exploring not only all of his cymbals but all the areas of each cymbal, from rustles to darker, gonglike sounds.
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  17. overfriendly
  18. precrisis
    • 2009 June 25, Andrew E. Kramer, “Russia Facing Long Recession, World Bank Says”, New York Times:
      As the global recession deepened last winter, Russia spent about $200 billion, or a third of its precrisis foreign currency reserves, defending the ruble during a gradual devaluation.
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  19. sempervivum *
    • 2009 June 25, Anne Raver, “Getting Creative With Containers”, New York Times:
      Other pots contained succulents like Red Rubin, a purple and dark red sempervivum known as hens-and-chicks, and a deliciously curling blue-gray allium (Allium senescens Glaucum).
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  20. senescens
    • 2009 June 25, Anne Raver, “Getting Creative With Containers”, New York Times:
      Other pots contained succulents like Red Rubin, a purple and dark red sempervivum known as hens-and-chicks, and a deliciously curling blue-gray allium (Allium senescens Glaucum).
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  21. squelcher
    • 2009 June 25, Catherine Saint Louis, “Treating Cellulite? It’s Still There”, New York Times:
      CELLULITE — the dimpled, uneven skin that mars the backsides and thighs of women everywhere — is a scourge to bikini-wearers and a squelcher of lights-on romps in bed.
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  22. tirucalli
    • 2009 June 25, Anne Raver, “Getting Creative With Containers”, New York Times:
      Those kalanchoes, for example, round pancakes in a square pot, were set off not only by the earth tones of the unglazed terra cotta but by a reddish-orange pencil tree (Euphorbia tirucalli) called Sticks on Fire that rose eight feet out of a slightly taller square pot set nearby.
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  23. ultrasuede
  24. ultrazoom
    • 2009 June 25, John Biggs, “Little Cameras With Big Eyes”, New York Times:
      The ultrazoom species of point-and-shoot digital camera is identified solely by its large optical zoom.
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  25. ultrazooms
    • 2009 June 25, John Biggs, “Little Cameras With Big Eyes”, New York Times:
      The full-size models resemble those digital single-lens-reflex cameras carried by professionals; compact ultrazooms look more like pumped-up standard point-and-shoot cameras.
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  26. untarnishable
    • 2009 June 25, Alastair Macaulay, “No Angled Wrists, Please, We’re a British Troupe”, New York Times:
      Sarah Lamb (returning to the stage on Tuesday after a long recuperation from injury) and Federico Bonelli (whose season has also been interrupted) are still strikingly pure and absorbed amid it; they seem untarnishable.
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  27. virtuouso
    • 2009 June 25, Cathy Horyn, “Irony and the Old Lady”, New York Times:
      IT’S SO HER The Italian Vogue editor Anna Piaggi’s virtuouso look is a full-time job.
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