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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-27 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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2009-06-27[edit]

  1. aquas
    • 2009 June 27, Patricia Cohen, “Employing Art Along With Ambassadors”, New York Times:
      Ms. Rockburne, with help from a team of artists, is working on a gargantuan mural of deep blues, shimmering aquas and luminous gold leaf that is headed for the American Embassy in Kingston, Jamaica.
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  2. bellbottoms
    • 2009 June 27, Bruce Weber, “Sky Saxon, Lead Singer for the Seeds, Dies at 71”, New York Times:
      Never as threatening as the Stones, they were, instead, rather sweetly dangerous, appearing on white-bread television music and dance shows like “American Bandstand” wearing tailored bellbottoms and velour shirts or shiny Nehru jackets. Mr. Saxon voiced the vaguely menacing lyrics to songs like “Can’t Seem to Make You Mine,” “Painted Doll” or “Pushin’ Too Hard,” a pulsing, anthemic warning to any girlfriend with ambitions to rein in her man.
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  3. cultishly
    • 2009 June 27, Bruce Weber, “Sky Saxon, Lead Singer for the Seeds, Dies at 71”, New York Times:
      The Seeds, formed in 1965, were a short-lived but cultishly memorable band that melded primitive rock rhythms with the free-love message of the flower power generation.
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  4. fakey
    • 2009 June 27, Alastair Macaulay, “His Moves Expressed as Much as His Music”, New York Times:
      It is easy to dislike many of the later videos: even as early as the late ’80s, the kind of drama he puts onto screen often looks fakey, and isn’t always rescued by his skill as a performer.
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  5. impingements
    • 2009 June 27, Ben Shpigel, “Mets Err in Triplicate as the Yankees Roll”, New York Times:
      That term has been mentioned often in regard to Carlos Delgado and Rodriguez, whose hip impingements led to labrum tears and eventual surgery.
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  6. nonrhetorical
  7. og *
    • 2009 June 27, Allan Kozinn, “Musical Illustrators of a Stylistic Alchemy”, New York Times:
      Also included were excerpts from two of Mr. Johannsson’s theater scores, “Corpus Camera” (1999), arranged mostly for strings, and a beat-heavy, dancelike section from “Viktoria og Georg.”
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  8. outleaned
  9. pauseless
    • 2009 June 27, Alastair Macaulay, “What Carthage Women Wanted, as Imagined (and Danced) by Men”, New York Times:
      This makes searing sense of the pauseless transition between the third and fourth scenes: here, this heroine has no sooner left the stage as Aeneas’s public paramour than she at once runs back on, hair flying, to order his departure.
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  10. pleneros
    • 2009 June 27, David Gonzalez, “Vandals Sully an Ode to East Harlem”, New York Times:
      Dozens of colorful murals line the narrow streets and wide avenues, celebrating pleneros and poets, rumberos and revolutionaries.
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  11. protopunk
    • 2009 June 27, Bruce Weber, “Sky Saxon, Lead Singer for the Seeds, Dies at 71”, New York Times:
      Sky Saxon, the mop-haired bass player and front man for the psychedelic protopunk band the Seeds, whose 1965 song “Pushin’ Too Hard” put a Los Angeles garage-band spin on the bad-boy rocker image personified by the Rolling Stones , died Thursday in Austin, Tex. He was thought to be 71.
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  12. queeny
    • 2009 June 27, Alastair Macaulay, “What Carthage Women Wanted, as Imagined (and Danced) by Men”, New York Times:
      The Sorceress is literally what Dido becomes when she lets her hair down: Dido’s flip side, queeny low camp to her queenly high camp, autoerotic where she is a frustrated romantic, wicked where she is courteous.
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  13. rumberos
    • 2009 June 27, David Gonzalez, “Vandals Sully an Ode to East Harlem”, New York Times:
      Dozens of colorful murals line the narrow streets and wide avenues, celebrating pleneros and poets, rumberos and revolutionaries.
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  14. semifarcical
    • 2009 June 27, Bruce Weber, “Morton Gottlieb, a Broadway Producer, Dies at 88”, New York Times:
      Two plays he produced — “The Killing of Sister George,” a semifarcical drama by Frank Marcus about an outrageously self-centered and wrathful radio star, which moved from London to Broadway in 1966, and “Lovers,” a two-part 1969 comedy by Mr. Friel that starred Art Carney — were nominated for best-play Tonys.
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  15. tippy
    • 2009 June 27, Patricia Cohen, “Employing Art Along With Ambassadors”, New York Times:
      Dorothea Rockburne, a thin, elfin woman in oversized blue sneakers, was 40 feet up, inspecting the tippy top of a huge canvas that hangs on the southern wall of the Queens Museum of Art .
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  16. unscroll
  17. webslinger
    • 2009 June 27, Felicia R. Lee, “Spider-Man Musical Names 2 of Its Stars”, New York Times:
      “We are thrilled that Evan and Alan are onboard, and we look forward to announcing further casting, including the webslinger himself, very soon,” the statement said.
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