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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-04 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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2009-07-04[edit]

  1. goto *
  2. hologramlike
    • 2009 July 4, Ben Brantley, “In London, Stagings Where 3 Dimensions Aren’t Needed”, New York Times:
      But the production does have a couple of visual coups de théâtre, including a final one in which past and present (or present and future) come together in a tableau wherein it is impossible to distinguish between actors and their projected, hologramlike images.
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  3. honduras *
    • 2009 July 4, The Associated Press, “South Carolina: Fear Mounts After 4 Are Slain and Sheriff Says Hunt Is on for Serial Killer”, New York Times:
      Paul Krugman: That ’30s Show Op-Ed Contributor: The Patients Doctors Don’t Know Nuns in the U.S. Are Facing Scrutiny by the Vatican David Brooks: Chinese Fireworks Display Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise 36 Hours in Madison, Wis. Celebrating the Sounds of Appalachian Strings Green Power Takes Root in the Chinese Desert Skin Deep: Seeking Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes Go to Complete List » 467,000 Jobs Lost in June; Unemployment Reaches 9.5% That '30s Show Envoy Prepares to Visit Honduras, Warning of Obstacles When Our Brains Short-Circuit Russia Opens Route for U.S. to Fly Arms to Afghanistan Chinese Fireworks Display More Jobs Lost Biden Visits Iraq, Underscoring Fragile Sovereignty U.S. Faces Resentment in Afghan Region California Starting to Pay With I.O.U.'s Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer madoff palin china june 2, 2009 obama sanford honduras iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Movies » A Chilean Worships the Disco-Era Travolta Art & Design » Catch a Booming, Blazing Star Opinion » Health Care Struggles Room for Debate readers describe how they navigate a broken system.
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  4. indirects *
    • 2009 July 4, Joe Nocera, “Ire at Madoff Swings Toward the Referee”, New York Times:
      The so-called indirects —people who invested with Mr. Madoff via a feeder fund — aren’t eligible for any help from the trustee.
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  5. iran
    • 2009 July 4, The Associated Press, “South Carolina: Fear Mounts After 4 Are Slain and Sheriff Says Hunt Is on for Serial Killer”, New York Times:
      Paul Krugman: That ’30s Show Op-Ed Contributor: The Patients Doctors Don’t Know Nuns in the U.S. Are Facing Scrutiny by the Vatican David Brooks: Chinese Fireworks Display Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise 36 Hours in Madison, Wis. Celebrating the Sounds of Appalachian Strings Green Power Takes Root in the Chinese Desert Skin Deep: Seeking Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes Go to Complete List » 467,000 Jobs Lost in June; Unemployment Reaches 9.5% That '30s Show Envoy Prepares to Visit Honduras, Warning of Obstacles When Our Brains Short-Circuit Russia Opens Route for U.S. to Fly Arms to Afghanistan Chinese Fireworks Display More Jobs Lost Biden Visits Iraq, Underscoring Fragile Sovereignty U.S. Faces Resentment in Afghan Region California Starting to Pay With I.O.U.'s Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer madoff palin china june 2, 2009 obama sanford honduras iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Movies » A Chilean Worships the Disco-Era Travolta Art & Design » Catch a Booming, Blazing Star Opinion » Health Care Struggles Room for Debate readers describe how they navigate a broken system.
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  6. jackson *
    • 2009 July 4, The Associated Press, “South Carolina: Fear Mounts After 4 Are Slain and Sheriff Says Hunt Is on for Serial Killer”, New York Times:
      Paul Krugman: That ’30s Show Op-Ed Contributor: The Patients Doctors Don’t Know Nuns in the U.S. Are Facing Scrutiny by the Vatican David Brooks: Chinese Fireworks Display Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise 36 Hours in Madison, Wis. Celebrating the Sounds of Appalachian Strings Green Power Takes Root in the Chinese Desert Skin Deep: Seeking Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes Go to Complete List » 467,000 Jobs Lost in June; Unemployment Reaches 9.5% That '30s Show Envoy Prepares to Visit Honduras, Warning of Obstacles When Our Brains Short-Circuit Russia Opens Route for U.S. to Fly Arms to Afghanistan Chinese Fireworks Display More Jobs Lost Biden Visits Iraq, Underscoring Fragile Sovereignty U.S. Faces Resentment in Afghan Region California Starting to Pay With I.O.U.'s Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer madoff palin china june 2, 2009 obama sanford honduras iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Movies » A Chilean Worships the Disco-Era Travolta Art & Design » Catch a Booming, Blazing Star Opinion » Health Care Struggles Room for Debate readers describe how they navigate a broken system.
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  7. june *
    • 2009 July 4, The Associated Press, “South Carolina: Fear Mounts After 4 Are Slain and Sheriff Says Hunt Is on for Serial Killer”, New York Times:
      Paul Krugman: That ’30s Show Op-Ed Contributor: The Patients Doctors Don’t Know Nuns in the U.S. Are Facing Scrutiny by the Vatican David Brooks: Chinese Fireworks Display Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise 36 Hours in Madison, Wis. Celebrating the Sounds of Appalachian Strings Green Power Takes Root in the Chinese Desert Skin Deep: Seeking Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes Go to Complete List » 467,000 Jobs Lost in June; Unemployment Reaches 9.5% That '30s Show Envoy Prepares to Visit Honduras, Warning of Obstacles When Our Brains Short-Circuit Russia Opens Route for U.S. to Fly Arms to Afghanistan Chinese Fireworks Display More Jobs Lost Biden Visits Iraq, Underscoring Fragile Sovereignty U.S. Faces Resentment in Afghan Region California Starting to Pay With I.O.U.'s Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer madoff palin china june 2, 2009 obama sanford honduras iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Movies » A Chilean Worships the Disco-Era Travolta Art & Design » Catch a Booming, Blazing Star Opinion » Health Care Struggles Room for Debate readers describe how they navigate a broken system.
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  8. madoff
    • 2009 July 4, The Associated Press, “South Carolina: Fear Mounts After 4 Are Slain and Sheriff Says Hunt Is on for Serial Killer”, New York Times:
      Paul Krugman: That ’30s Show Op-Ed Contributor: The Patients Doctors Don’t Know Nuns in the U.S. Are Facing Scrutiny by the Vatican David Brooks: Chinese Fireworks Display Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise 36 Hours in Madison, Wis. Celebrating the Sounds of Appalachian Strings Green Power Takes Root in the Chinese Desert Skin Deep: Seeking Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes Go to Complete List » 467,000 Jobs Lost in June; Unemployment Reaches 9.5% That '30s Show Envoy Prepares to Visit Honduras, Warning of Obstacles When Our Brains Short-Circuit Russia Opens Route for U.S. to Fly Arms to Afghanistan Chinese Fireworks Display More Jobs Lost Biden Visits Iraq, Underscoring Fragile Sovereignty U.S. Faces Resentment in Afghan Region California Starting to Pay With I.O.U.'s Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer madoff palin china june 2, 2009 obama sanford honduras iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Movies » A Chilean Worships the Disco-Era Travolta Art & Design » Catch a Booming, Blazing Star Opinion » Health Care Struggles Room for Debate readers describe how they navigate a broken system.
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  9. michael
    • 2009 July 4, The Associated Press, “South Carolina: Fear Mounts After 4 Are Slain and Sheriff Says Hunt Is on for Serial Killer”, New York Times:
      Paul Krugman: That ’30s Show Op-Ed Contributor: The Patients Doctors Don’t Know Nuns in the U.S. Are Facing Scrutiny by the Vatican David Brooks: Chinese Fireworks Display Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise 36 Hours in Madison, Wis. Celebrating the Sounds of Appalachian Strings Green Power Takes Root in the Chinese Desert Skin Deep: Seeking Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes Go to Complete List » 467,000 Jobs Lost in June; Unemployment Reaches 9.5% That '30s Show Envoy Prepares to Visit Honduras, Warning of Obstacles When Our Brains Short-Circuit Russia Opens Route for U.S. to Fly Arms to Afghanistan Chinese Fireworks Display More Jobs Lost Biden Visits Iraq, Underscoring Fragile Sovereignty U.S. Faces Resentment in Afghan Region California Starting to Pay With I.O.U.'s Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer madoff palin china june 2, 2009 obama sanford honduras iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Movies » A Chilean Worships the Disco-Era Travolta Art & Design » Catch a Booming, Blazing Star Opinion » Health Care Struggles Room for Debate readers describe how they navigate a broken system.
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  10. midsemester
    • 2009 July 4, Peter Baker, “Russia to Open Airspace to U.S. for Afghan War”, New York Times:
      “This is like a midsemester report card,” said Sarah E. Mendelson, a scholar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, who is organizing a conference on civil society here that Mr. Obama and perhaps Mr. Medvedev will attend.
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  11. neckpiece
  12. obscuras *
    • 2009 July 4, Edward Rothstein, “Manhattan: An Island Always Diverse”, New York Times:
      And in the show individual neighborhoods — Inwood or Harlem or Murray Hill — are given their own large displays or stations, created by Abbott Miller of the Pentagram design company, to look like antique cameras obscuras, each illuminated with a different premodern landscape, before which labels, charts and objects describe each area as a distinctive ecological niche.
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  13. palin
    • 2009 July 4, The Associated Press, “South Carolina: Fear Mounts After 4 Are Slain and Sheriff Says Hunt Is on for Serial Killer”, New York Times:
      Paul Krugman: That ’30s Show Op-Ed Contributor: The Patients Doctors Don’t Know Nuns in the U.S. Are Facing Scrutiny by the Vatican David Brooks: Chinese Fireworks Display Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise 36 Hours in Madison, Wis. Celebrating the Sounds of Appalachian Strings Green Power Takes Root in the Chinese Desert Skin Deep: Seeking Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes Go to Complete List » 467,000 Jobs Lost in June; Unemployment Reaches 9.5% That '30s Show Envoy Prepares to Visit Honduras, Warning of Obstacles When Our Brains Short-Circuit Russia Opens Route for U.S. to Fly Arms to Afghanistan Chinese Fireworks Display More Jobs Lost Biden Visits Iraq, Underscoring Fragile Sovereignty U.S. Faces Resentment in Afghan Region California Starting to Pay With I.O.U.'s Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer madoff palin china june 2, 2009 obama sanford honduras iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Movies » A Chilean Worships the Disco-Era Travolta Art & Design » Catch a Booming, Blazing Star Opinion » Health Care Struggles Room for Debate readers describe how they navigate a broken system.
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  14. predestining
    • 2009 July 4, Peter Steinfels, “Man of Contradictions, Shaper of Modernity. Age? 500 Next Week.”, New York Times:
      Calvin is often imagined, if he is imagined at all, as the implacable snoop who enforced a prudish morality on the citizens of Geneva, a steely spinner of harsh theological doctrines about a depraved humanity and a fierce God predestining people to heaven or hell.
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  15. sanford
    • 2009 July 4, The Associated Press, “South Carolina: Fear Mounts After 4 Are Slain and Sheriff Says Hunt Is on for Serial Killer”, New York Times:
      Paul Krugman: That ’30s Show Op-Ed Contributor: The Patients Doctors Don’t Know Nuns in the U.S. Are Facing Scrutiny by the Vatican David Brooks: Chinese Fireworks Display Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise 36 Hours in Madison, Wis. Celebrating the Sounds of Appalachian Strings Green Power Takes Root in the Chinese Desert Skin Deep: Seeking Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes Go to Complete List » 467,000 Jobs Lost in June; Unemployment Reaches 9.5% That '30s Show Envoy Prepares to Visit Honduras, Warning of Obstacles When Our Brains Short-Circuit Russia Opens Route for U.S. to Fly Arms to Afghanistan Chinese Fireworks Display More Jobs Lost Biden Visits Iraq, Underscoring Fragile Sovereignty U.S. Faces Resentment in Afghan Region California Starting to Pay With I.O.U.'s Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer madoff palin china june 2, 2009 obama sanford honduras iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Movies » A Chilean Worships the Disco-Era Travolta Art & Design » Catch a Booming, Blazing Star Opinion » Health Care Struggles Room for Debate readers describe how they navigate a broken system.
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  16. sz
  17. unvetted
    • 2009 July 4, David Carr, “A Publisher Stumbles Publicly at the Post”, New York Times:
      Initially, the salon controversy — we won’t give it a “gate” suffix out of respect for the newspaper that established the term — was explained away as the unfortunate result of an unvetted brochure sent out by an overzealous marketing employee (later identified as Charles Pelton).
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