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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-03 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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2009-07-03[edit]

  1. astrovisualization
    • 2009 July 3, Dennis Overbye, “Catch a Booming, Blazing Star”, New York Times:
      It was directed by the planetarium’s director of astrovisualization, Carter Emmart, who studied geophysics before going into star shows.
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  2. bandoneonist
    • 2009 July 3, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      The first public concert is a performance by the Newman and Oltman Guitar Duo, Pablo Cohen and the bandoneonist Daniel Binelli on Wednesday evening.
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  3. beadboard
    • 2009 July 3, Lisa A. Phillips, “A Jazz Voice Finds a Mellower Range”, New York Times:
      The aesthetic of the house is prim and country, with white beadboard knee walls around the first floor and pale flowered wallpaper in the Shaker-style kitchen.
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  4. biomusical
  5. dachsunds
    • 2009 July 3, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      But that’s far from the only fun at this circus, which also offers white tigers and dachsunds (and a preshow Animal Open House) and, on the Homo sapiens side, acrobats, archers, motorcycle daredevils and other performers.
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  6. dought
  7. exoticisms
    • 2009 July 3, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Erben doesn’t pretend to supply more than a sampling, but it’s a savory and varied one, fairly discreet in its political commentary and calculated exoticisms, though there’s some of each.
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  8. foremothers
    • 2009 July 3, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      Lefferts invites children to play forefathers (and foremothers) by signing a reproduction of the Declaration of Independence with a quill pen and making a plumed paper hat.
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  9. goto *
  10. growlingly
    • 2009 July 3, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ DR. LONNIE SMITH TRIO (Friday through Sunday) Under the command of Dr. Lonnie Smith, the Hammond B-3 organ can be subtly atmospheric or growlingly ecstatic.
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  11. honduras *
    • 2009 July 3, Roberta Smith, “Bouncing Around a Visual Echo Chamber”, New York Times:
      Losing Honduras, Zelaya Wins Outside Support Obama's Stance Deflects Chvez's Finger-Pointing When Our Brains Short-Circuit Aspiring Lawyer Finds Debt Is Bigger Hurdle Than Bar Exam To Critics, New Policy on Terror Looks Old Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer june 3, 2009 madoff sanford honduras iran china modern love obama Go to Complete List » Can Brad Pitt save "Moneyball"?
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  12. interactives *
    • 2009 July 3, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      The show includes computer interactives, animation, models and live parakeets (for an exercise in species identification).
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  13. iran
    • 2009 July 3, Roberta Smith, “Bouncing Around a Visual Echo Chamber”, New York Times:
      Losing Honduras, Zelaya Wins Outside Support Obama's Stance Deflects Chvez's Finger-Pointing When Our Brains Short-Circuit Aspiring Lawyer Finds Debt Is Bigger Hurdle Than Bar Exam To Critics, New Policy on Terror Looks Old Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer june 3, 2009 madoff sanford honduras iran china modern love obama Go to Complete List » Can Brad Pitt save "Moneyball"?
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  14. jackson *
    • 2009 July 3, Roberta Smith, “Bouncing Around a Visual Echo Chamber”, New York Times:
      Losing Honduras, Zelaya Wins Outside Support Obama's Stance Deflects Chvez's Finger-Pointing When Our Brains Short-Circuit Aspiring Lawyer Finds Debt Is Bigger Hurdle Than Bar Exam To Critics, New Policy on Terror Looks Old Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer june 3, 2009 madoff sanford honduras iran china modern love obama Go to Complete List » Can Brad Pitt save "Moneyball"?
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  15. jacquardlike
    • 2009 July 3, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Is that a see-through grid by Alan Shields next to the jacquardlike abstraction by Jay Heikes?
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  16. jilbab
  17. jilbabs
    • 2009 July 3, Norimitsu Onishi, “A Political Symbol, Demurely Worn, Emerges in Indonesia”, New York Times:
      At Tanah Abang, the market where the political wives shopped for jilbabs, many small shop owners had recently switched from selling Western clothes to jilbabs to capitalize on the boom.
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  18. june *
    • 2009 July 3, Roberta Smith, “Bouncing Around a Visual Echo Chamber”, New York Times:
      Losing Honduras, Zelaya Wins Outside Support Obama's Stance Deflects Chvez's Finger-Pointing When Our Brains Short-Circuit Aspiring Lawyer Finds Debt Is Bigger Hurdle Than Bar Exam To Critics, New Policy on Terror Looks Old Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer june 3, 2009 madoff sanford honduras iran china modern love obama Go to Complete List » Can Brad Pitt save "Moneyball"?
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  19. kasts
    • 2009 July 3, Wendy Moonan, “Exploring Dutch Legacy 400 Years After Hudson”, New York Times:
      The exhibition includes the kinds of Dutch furnishings that might have been found in 17th- century estates: pewter plates, silver bowls, brass candlesticks, Dutch tiles, Bible boxes, Delft jars and Dutch cupboards, called kasts.
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  20. madoff
    • 2009 July 3, Roberta Smith, “Bouncing Around a Visual Echo Chamber”, New York Times:
      Losing Honduras, Zelaya Wins Outside Support Obama's Stance Deflects Chvez's Finger-Pointing When Our Brains Short-Circuit Aspiring Lawyer Finds Debt Is Bigger Hurdle Than Bar Exam To Critics, New Policy on Terror Looks Old Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer june 3, 2009 madoff sanford honduras iran china modern love obama Go to Complete List » Can Brad Pitt save "Moneyball"?
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  21. michael
    • 2009 July 3, Roberta Smith, “Bouncing Around a Visual Echo Chamber”, New York Times:
      Losing Honduras, Zelaya Wins Outside Support Obama's Stance Deflects Chvez's Finger-Pointing When Our Brains Short-Circuit Aspiring Lawyer Finds Debt Is Bigger Hurdle Than Bar Exam To Critics, New Policy on Terror Looks Old Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer june 3, 2009 madoff sanford honduras iran china modern love obama Go to Complete List » Can Brad Pitt save "Moneyball"?
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  22. midquestion
  23. neckpiece
    • 2009 July 3, Ken Johnson, “Can You Breathe in There, Your Majesty?”, New York Times:
      It also has a neckpiece bearing a low-relief representation of the necklace of the chivalric Order of the Golden Fleece, to which only the most powerful of European rulers belonged.
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  24. postcolonialism
  25. reintensifies
    • 2009 July 3, Matthew Saltmarsh, “Europe’s Central Bank Holds Rate Steady”, New York Times:
      Major initiatives now appear unlikely unless the financial crisis reintensifies, as the bank assesses whether the much-discussed “green shoots” in recent data releases will wither or take root.
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  26. sanford
    • 2009 July 3, Roberta Smith, “Bouncing Around a Visual Echo Chamber”, New York Times:
      Losing Honduras, Zelaya Wins Outside Support Obama's Stance Deflects Chvez's Finger-Pointing When Our Brains Short-Circuit Aspiring Lawyer Finds Debt Is Bigger Hurdle Than Bar Exam To Critics, New Policy on Terror Looks Old Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer june 3, 2009 madoff sanford honduras iran china modern love obama Go to Complete List » Can Brad Pitt save "Moneyball"?
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  27. strummy
    • 2009 July 3, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ HERE WE GO MAGIC (Friday) An alias of the singer and songwriter Luke Temple, Here We Go Magic plays strummy, vaguely psychedelic pop-folk in the spirit of Grizzly Bear or Fleet Foxes. Mr. Temple’s high, spiraling vocals and hazy instrumentation can be disorienting, but in a soft, satisfying way.
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  28. sus *
  29. sz
  30. thronelike
    • 2009 July 3, Wendy Moonan, “Exploring Dutch Legacy 400 Years After Hudson”, New York Times:
      In “Antony Van Corlear Brought Into the Presence of Peter Stuyvesant,” an 1839 painting, Quidor shows the peg-legged Stuyvesant as bursting out of his britches, probably drunk, as he sits sprawled in a thronelike chair in his crowded office, smoking his pipe.
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  31. underinsurance
    • 2009 July 3, Reed Abelson, “Senator Grassley Asks Aetna About Limited Health Policy”, New York Times:
      “I remain concerned about health insurance plans that may appear to offer more coverage than they do and the effect subsequent underinsurance may have on the health care system as a whole,” Mr. Grassley wrote to Aetna’s chief executive, Ronald A. Williams .
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  32. youthfest
    • 2009 July 3, “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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