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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-01 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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2009-07-01[edit]

  1. avez *
  2. beergarita
    • 2009 July 1, Betsy Andrews, “Cocktails Dance on the Head of a Beer”, New York Times:
      The beergarita — a margarita amplified by Flemish sour ale and framboise — is popular at the Small Bar on Division Street in Chicago.
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  3. bumiputra
    • 2009 July 1, Thomas Fuller, “Malaysia Dilutes Its System of Ethnic Preferences”, New York Times:
      Malaysia has long given ethnic Malays and members of other indigenous ethnic groups — known as bumiputra, or sons of the soil — political and economic privileges.
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  4. caramelly
    • 2009 July 1, Betsy Andrews, “Cocktails Dance on the Head of a Beer”, New York Times:
      Her dessert drink, the Muddy Puddle, marries iced espresso with caramelly bourbon, chocolaty stout and a peanut dust rim for a liquid equivalent of a chocolate turtle.
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  5. cerveza *
    • 2009 July 1, Betsy Andrews, “Cocktails Dance on the Head of a Beer”, New York Times:
      In New York, at PDT and Mayahuel, they’re mixing hot sauce, mezcal and beer to create smoky riffs on the michelada, a classic Mexican cerveza preparada, or prepared beer.
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  6. chimelike
    • 2009 July 1, Allan Kozinn, “Works From the 1940s, Worlds Apart in Spirit”, New York Times:
      Of the new interludes the most inviting was Mr. Chan’s Interlude II, a study in repeating, slowly morphing figures built around chimelike tintinnabulations and ending up in a chromatic Minimalist swirl. Mr. Sims’s Interlude III, which requires bursts of vocalization and occasional sharp-edged fortissimos, had its moments too.
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  7. eeds
    • 2009 July 1, Kirk Semple, “Council Votes for Two Muslim School Holidays”, New York Times:
      Supporters also say that since the Ids (pronounced eeds) are floating holidays whose timing is set by the lunar calendar, they often fall on other religious holidays, on weekends or during the summer.
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  8. emotiveness
    • 2009 July 1, Nate Chinen, “1 Charmer, 5 Albums, and Still a Teenager”, New York Times:
      This happened a lot, beginning with a lounge-ready take on “It Might as Well Be Spring” and ending with a travesty of R&B emotiveness on Percy Mayfield’s “Please Send Me Someone to Love.”
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  9. kimchis
    • 2009 July 1, Indrani Sen, “Not So Slick, but Still Tasty”, New York Times:
      He started producing his crisp, pungent daikon and cabbage kimchis at his friends’ urging.
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  10. michelada
    • 2009 July 1, Betsy Andrews, “Cocktails Dance on the Head of a Beer”, New York Times:
      In New York, at PDT and Mayahuel, they’re mixing hot sauce, mezcal and beer to create smoky riffs on the michelada, a classic Mexican cerveza preparada, or prepared beer.
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  11. noncollege
    • 2009 July 1, “Binge Drinking on Campus”, New York Times:
      There was no difference between college and noncollege women in the 18- to 20-year age group but a big upsurge in binge drinking by older college women.
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  12. nontourists
  13. outachieve
    • 2009 July 1, Harvey Araton, “Venus, Serena and a Group of Ladies-in-Waiting”, New York Times:
      It is not an unreasonable argument, but the effective counter is that they have still managed to outachieve and outlast a generation, with ease and without burning out.
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  14. plancha *
    • 2009 July 1, Jane Sigal, “The Perfect Burger and All Its Parts”, New York Times:
      Home cooks who don’t have a plancha can sear the meat either on a grill or on the stovetop in a cast-iron skillet.
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  15. preparada *
    • 2009 July 1, Betsy Andrews, “Cocktails Dance on the Head of a Beer”, New York Times:
      In New York, at PDT and Mayahuel, they’re mixing hot sauce, mezcal and beer to create smoky riffs on the michelada, a classic Mexican cerveza preparada, or prepared beer.
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  16. preshaped
    • 2009 July 1, Jane Sigal, “The Perfect Burger and All Its Parts”, New York Times:
      In “Burger Bar” (Wiley, 2009), Hubert Keller writes that what you do not want is preshaped burgers or meat that is stuffed and compacted into plastic packaging.
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  17. putschists
    • 2009 July 1, Simon Romero, “Obama’s Stance Deflects Chávez’s Finger-Pointing”, New York Times:
      He said Washington’s hands may have been all over the ouster, claiming that it financed President Manuel Zelaya ’s opponents and insinuating that the C.I.A. may have led a campaign to bolster the putschists.
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  18. quartefinal
    • 2009 July 1, Christopher Clarey, “Semifinals Will Be Sisters vs. Russians”, New York Times:
      Venus Williams, who overpowered Agnieszka Radwanska in the quartefinal on Tuesday, will next face No.1 seed Dinara Safina.
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  19. resortlike
    • 2009 July 1, Terry Pristin, “A Trying Time in Housing for Elderly”, New York Times:
      Situated on 16 wooded acres adjacent to the exclusive (all-male) Burning Tree golf club, Fox Hill has an array of resortlike features, including four restaurants, a salon and spa, a recording studio, an art studio and an indoor driving range.
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  20. tanztheater
  21. unrigorous
    • 2009 July 1, Alastair Macaulay, “A Stage for Social Ego to Battle Anguished Id”, New York Times:
      The pieces’ lack of dance precision was part of their point, as was the way they seemed to flaunt a kind of unfocused and unrigorous intensity that in almost any academic-dance classroom would be considered bad style.
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  22. votaress

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