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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-02 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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2009-07-02[edit]

  1. birchwood
  2. charmlessness
    • 2009 July 2, Cintra Wilson, “Riches at Rainbow’s End”, New York Times:
      “You’re paranoid,” Ms. Brusque said, with a charmlessness ordinarily reserved for sorority hazings.
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  3. cuboctahedrons
    • 2009 July 2, Cintra Wilson, “Riches at Rainbow’s End”, New York Times:
      But I was delighted, because I can’t tell you how many times I’ve said that there just aren’t enough truncated cuboctahedrons and rhombicuboctahedrons to be found in jewelry today.
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  4. cybercommand
    • 2009 July 2, Jack Goldsmith, “Defend America, One Laptop at a Time”, New York Times:
      The Obama administration recently announced that it would set up a Pentagon cybercommand to defend military networks.
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  5. estrogenlike
    • 2009 July 2, Camille Sweeney, “Seeking Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes”, New York Times:
      She turned to an over-the-counter supplement called Estroven, with ingredients that include black cohosh and phytoestrogens — botanical compounds found in soy and other plants that have been shown to have estrogenlike effects in humans.
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  6. groundstroking
    • 2009 July 2, Harvey Araton, “A Once-Carefree Spirit and His Game Are Grounded”, New York Times:
      All-white Wimbledon caps off to Roddick for toughing out a five-set victory Wednesday evening over the gritty Lleyton Hewitt in a 3-hour-50-minute war of groundstroking attrition between what Roddick called “a couple of old married guys.”
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  7. hommes *
    • 2009 July 2, Ruth La Ferla, “A Trend With Teeth”, New York Times:
      “The vampire is the new James Dean ,” said Julie Plec, the writer and executive producer of “The Vampire Diaries,” a forthcoming series on the CW network based on the popular L. J. Smith novels about high school femmes and hommes fatales.
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  8. lupulus
    • 2009 July 2, Anne Raver, “Grow Yourself a Six-Pack”, New York Times:
      Golden hop vine (Humulus lupulus Aurea), widely sold at garden centers, can brighten any corner of the garden.
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  9. miniconstitution
    • 2009 July 2, Keith Bradsher, “Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy March Draws Thousands”, New York Times:
      When Britain returned Hong Kong to Chinese rule in 1997, the Chinese government initially held out the possibility of full democracy after 2007, including the concept in the Basic Law , Hong Kong’s miniconstitution, but stopped short of an unequivocal promise of how and when to achieve universal suffrage.
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  10. monocellular
  11. nonemployee
    • 2009 July 2, Cintra Wilson, “Riches at Rainbow’s End”, New York Times:
      Since I was the only nonemployee in the store, I promptly outed myself as a New York Times reporter.
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  12. nonwork
  13. postfertile
    • 2009 July 2, Camille Sweeney, “Seeking Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes”, New York Times:
      According to experts, about 70 percent of women experience hot flashes, weight gain, loss of libido and other symptoms as they transition from their fertile to postfertile years and their hormone levels fluctuate sharply.
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  14. reservationist
  15. retweet
    • 2009 July 2, Paul Boutin, “A Day With 400 Tweets Starts With Simplicity”, New York Times:
      Be warned, though: Twitter makes it cut-and-paste simple for friends to accidentally retweet your protected updates into the public stream.
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  16. rhombicuboctahedrons
    • 2009 July 2, Cintra Wilson, “Riches at Rainbow’s End”, New York Times:
      But I was delighted, because I can’t tell you how many times I’ve said that there just aren’t enough truncated cuboctahedrons and rhombicuboctahedrons to be found in jewelry today.
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  17. sanford
    • 2009 July 2, James R. Oestreich, “Russians and Jokes to Start the Summer”, New York Times:
      Go to Complete List » michael jackson sanford june 2, 2009 cancer madoff china obama iran modern love swine flu Go to Complete List » Advertisements "EAT, MEMORY" Buy Now Inside NYTimes.com Dance » A Stage for Social Ego to Battle Anguished Id Opinion » Op-Ed: Canada Day Business » Growing With the Crops, Nearby Property Values World » As a Meal Tax Shrinks, Restaurants Hope to Gain Opinion » What Is a Master’s Degree Worth?
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  18. scriptcoordinator
    • 2009 July 2, Marianne Rohrlich, “A Second Home, a Starter Budget”, New York Times:
      Agreeing with his wife, Mr. Moskowitz, 27, a former television scriptcoordinator, said, “When you’re drywalling until 2 a.m., you have to really want the house and you have to really love the person you’re standing next to.”
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  19. summertimes
    • 2009 July 2, Sam Dillon, “Facing Deficits, Some States Cut Summer School”, New York Times:
      All the cuts nationwide have put into jeopardy an institution that has turned summertimes past into nostalgic memories for millions of Americans.
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  20. sus *
  21. sz
  22. tetractys
    • 2009 July 2, Cintra Wilson, “Riches at Rainbow’s End”, New York Times:
      ON the subway home, I noticed that the tattoo-esque logo for Solange includes a honeybee sitting in the middle of what looked like an early design by the 17th-century mystic Jakob Böhme: a flaming tetractys.
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  23. unfulfillable
    • 2009 July 2, Cintra Wilson, “Riches at Rainbow’s End”, New York Times:
      The shop interior, its deep red walls embedded with 630,000 Swarovski crystals, looks somewhat like the opera set for “The Magic Flute,” reimagined by Marchesa Casati: goth-Freemason with a touch of chinoiserie thrown in, just to drop-kick me over into nosebleeds of unfulfillable desire.
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  24. uninvolving
    • 2009 July 2, Charles Isherwood, “Unsmooth Course of True Love, Scampering Over a Connecticut Lawn”, New York Times:
      The mad scramble that ensues when both Lysander and Demetrius suddenly transfer their affections from Hermia to Helena should be the zesty comic highlight of any production of this play. Ms. Settle is hampered by the stage configuration, and much of the action takes place at an uninvolving distance from the audience.
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  25. verres *
    • 2009 July 2, Tim Mckeough, “Guillotine Optional”, New York Times:
      There, he found an item that particularly pleased him, a rafraîchissoir à verres — an oval bowl with scalloped edges, once used to cool wineglasses.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. comcast
  2. goto *
  3. indentifying = identifying
    • 2009 July 2, Paul Boutin, “A Day With 400 Tweets Starts With Simplicity”, New York Times:
      Nearly every social site now lets you upload a photo or other image to serve as your bio photo and as an indentifying thumbnail image next to posts, tweets and comments you write.
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  4. iran
    • 2009 July 2, James R. Oestreich, “Russians and Jokes to Start the Summer”, New York Times:
      Go to Complete List » michael jackson sanford june 2, 2009 cancer madoff china obama iran modern love swine flu Go to Complete List » Advertisements "EAT, MEMORY" Buy Now Inside NYTimes.com Dance » A Stage for Social Ego to Battle Anguished Id Opinion » Op-Ed: Canada Day Business » Growing With the Crops, Nearby Property Values World » As a Meal Tax Shrinks, Restaurants Hope to Gain Opinion » What Is a Master’s Degree Worth?
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  5. jackson *
    • 2009 July 2, James R. Oestreich, “Russians and Jokes to Start the Summer”, New York Times:
      Go to Complete List » michael jackson sanford june 2, 2009 cancer madoff china obama iran modern love swine flu Go to Complete List » Advertisements "EAT, MEMORY" Buy Now Inside NYTimes.com Dance » A Stage for Social Ego to Battle Anguished Id Opinion » Op-Ed: Canada Day Business » Growing With the Crops, Nearby Property Values World » As a Meal Tax Shrinks, Restaurants Hope to Gain Opinion » What Is a Master’s Degree Worth?
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  6. june *
    • 2009 July 2, James R. Oestreich, “Russians and Jokes to Start the Summer”, New York Times:
      Go to Complete List » michael jackson sanford june 2, 2009 cancer madoff china obama iran modern love swine flu Go to Complete List » Advertisements "EAT, MEMORY" Buy Now Inside NYTimes.com Dance » A Stage for Social Ego to Battle Anguished Id Opinion » Op-Ed: Canada Day Business » Growing With the Crops, Nearby Property Values World » As a Meal Tax Shrinks, Restaurants Hope to Gain Opinion » What Is a Master’s Degree Worth?
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  7. madoff
    • 2009 July 2, James R. Oestreich, “Russians and Jokes to Start the Summer”, New York Times:
      Go to Complete List » michael jackson sanford june 2, 2009 cancer madoff china obama iran modern love swine flu Go to Complete List » Advertisements "EAT, MEMORY" Buy Now Inside NYTimes.com Dance » A Stage for Social Ego to Battle Anguished Id Opinion » Op-Ed: Canada Day Business » Growing With the Crops, Nearby Property Values World » As a Meal Tax Shrinks, Restaurants Hope to Gain Opinion » What Is a Master’s Degree Worth?
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  8. michael
    • 2009 July 2, James R. Oestreich, “Russians and Jokes to Start the Summer”, New York Times:
      Go to Complete List » michael jackson sanford june 2, 2009 cancer madoff china obama iran modern love swine flu Go to Complete List » Advertisements "EAT, MEMORY" Buy Now Inside NYTimes.com Dance » A Stage for Social Ego to Battle Anguished Id Opinion » Op-Ed: Canada Day Business » Growing With the Crops, Nearby Property Values World » As a Meal Tax Shrinks, Restaurants Hope to Gain Opinion » What Is a Master’s Degree Worth?
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