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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-05 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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2009-07-05[edit]

  1. aptocratic
    • 2009 July 5, Walter Kirn, “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Aptitude”, New York Times:
      The more aptitude that a young person displays, the more likely it is that she or he will have a chance to win the golden tickets — fine diplomas, elite appointments and so on — that permit you to lead the aptocratic establishment and set the terms by which it operates.
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  2. aquaponics
    • 2009 July 5, Elizabeth Royte, “Street Farmer”, New York Times:
      Pumps send the dirty fish water up into beds of watercress, which filter pollutants and trickle the cleaner water back down to the fish — a symbiotic system called aquaponics.
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  3. blackpotatoe
  4. braciole *
    • 2009 July 5, Karla Cook, “An Italian Hideaway for Restorative Fare”, New York Times:
      Pork braciole, stuffed with sausage, mozzarella, golden raisins and eggplant, was meat-heavy and needed more balance than the small pillow of polenta underneath.
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  5. carignan
    • 2009 July 5, Alice Gabriel, “Dry RosSummer, Uncorked”, New York Times:
      While traditional rosés from southern France are blended from grenache, cinsault, syrah, mourvèdre and carignan, wineries worldwide are filling demand by vinifying rosé from just about every red grape grown by man, including sangiovese, shiraz, tempranillo, pinot noir, merlot, cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc.
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  6. catcaller
    • 2009 July 5, Philip Galanes, “Walkin’ After Midnight”, New York Times:
      But if you’re determined to reply, tip your hat to the ever-classy Dionne Warwick — pre-Psychic Friends Network, anyway — and tell the rude catcaller: “Walk on By.”
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  7. cinsault
    • 2009 July 5, Alice Gabriel, “Dry RosSummer, Uncorked”, New York Times:
      (The shop has sold out of another delicious rosé, a small-production Sablet from Domaine de Piaugier, in the Côtes du Rhône; made from syrah and cinsault, this pale, pale pink wine is surprisingly delicate.
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  8. communitys
  9. culatello *
    • 2009 July 5, Christine Muhlke, “Home Sweet (Urban) Homestead”, New York Times:
      Especially now as the couple’s Italian-farmhouse spread grew every few minutes to include house-made mortadella di Campotosto — Abruzzan salami embedded with lard — and an experimental salami; some masterful culatello they bought from Massimo Spigaroli in Emilia Romagna; a crisp chickpea-flour cake topped with lardo; chicken-fried rabbit.
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  10. darshan
    • 2009 July 5, Elisabetta Povoledo, Lindsay Clinton And Dinah Spritzer, “Globespotters: Rome, Mumbai and Prague”, New York Times:
      Every Tuesday in the wee hours of the morning, devotees (and the respectfully curious) can experience the shree darshan, or vision of the god, at Siddhivinayak (www.siddhivinayak.org ).
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  11. demiglaze
  12. dinde *
    • 2009 July 5, Kelly Feeney, “An Homage to France”, New York Times:
      The dinde crepe contains smoked turkey, smoked mozzarella and fresh tomato.
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  13. economicus
    • 2009 July 5, Tom Vanderbilt, “Unreal Estate”, New York Times:
      The behavioral economics revolution has taught us that no man, including an economics correspondent, is pure homo economicus, a cool and rational calculator.
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  14. elevatored
    • 2009 July 5, Caitlin Macy, “Past-Prime Crisis”, New York Times:
      Now the stairs are a worry, and Ruth, who gets the bulk of the narrative, finds herself wondering whether she and Alex can find an elevatored place with the million dollars they hope to get for their apartment.
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  15. expdate
    • 2009 July 5, Michelle Higgins, “Twitter Comes to the Rescue”, New York Times:
      PkgTypeFrm.PackageType.value);"> Flight and hotel Flight, hotel and car Hotel and car Flight and car Leaving from: Departing: <INPUT class="expdate" type="Text" name="FromDate" size=10 onclick="event.cancelBubble=true;SC(document.
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  16. explong
    • 2009 July 5, Michelle Higgins, “Twitter Comes to the Rescue”, New York Times:
      <select NAME="PackageType" class="explong" OnChange="SetPkgType(document.
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  17. farmwear
    • 2009 July 5, Virginia Heffernan, “Street Smart: Urban Dictionary”, New York Times:
      I thought I knew what the word meant — Timberland boots — but I hoped to discover whether timbos were still part of hip-hop style or had reverted back to being the farmwear I’d known as a kid.
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  18. flappable
    • 2009 July 5, Jan Stuart, “Maternity Tests”, New York Times:
      The mix can be discombobulating, as if Mary Tyler Moore ’s glacial matriarch in “Ordinary People” and her flappable news hound, Mary Richards, had fallen down adjoining rabbit holes.
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  19. gallerygoers
  20. gnarlyman
    • 2009 July 5, Jennifer Schuessler, “Inside the List”, New York Times:
      Ollestad’s father, a kind of gnarlyman stage parent who pushed Ollestad to ski black diamonds at age 4 and surf his first tube wave a few years later, died in the crash.
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  21. goto *
  22. iran
    • 2009 July 5, “Colleen Paparella, Ali Ganjian”, New York Times:
      Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise Choice Tables: Alive and Evolving: the Paris Bistro The Land and Words of Mary Oliver, the Bard of Provincetown Your Money: A Day to Tackle the Financial To-Do List Rare Peek at Riches of Past in Rome Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Go to Complete List » That '30s Show Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Environment Groups Find Less Support From Justices A Publisher Stumbles Publicly at the Post Top Reformers Admitted Plot, Iran Declares Clerical Group Defies Leader on Iran Vote Mortgages Made Simpler Tax Bill Appeals Take Rising Toll on Governments College Stars See Themselves in Video Games, and Pause to Sue Text: Palin's Announcement Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer palin china modern love july 3, 2009 madoff fireworks obama iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » In Naples, Ex-Convicts as Tour Guides Opinion » Op-Art: Hairstyles of the First Ladies N.Y. / Region » The Gospel of the Recycling Bin U.S. » After the Rain, a Battle to Tame Unruly Grass Opinion » Immoral Leaders A Bloggingheads Video discussion on whether politicians should be role models.
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  23. jackson *
    • 2009 July 5, “Colleen Paparella, Ali Ganjian”, New York Times:
      Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise Choice Tables: Alive and Evolving: the Paris Bistro The Land and Words of Mary Oliver, the Bard of Provincetown Your Money: A Day to Tackle the Financial To-Do List Rare Peek at Riches of Past in Rome Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Go to Complete List » That '30s Show Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Environment Groups Find Less Support From Justices A Publisher Stumbles Publicly at the Post Top Reformers Admitted Plot, Iran Declares Clerical Group Defies Leader on Iran Vote Mortgages Made Simpler Tax Bill Appeals Take Rising Toll on Governments College Stars See Themselves in Video Games, and Pause to Sue Text: Palin's Announcement Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer palin china modern love july 3, 2009 madoff fireworks obama iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » In Naples, Ex-Convicts as Tour Guides Opinion » Op-Art: Hairstyles of the First Ladies N.Y. / Region » The Gospel of the Recycling Bin U.S. » After the Rain, a Battle to Tame Unruly Grass Opinion » Immoral Leaders A Bloggingheads Video discussion on whether politicians should be role models.
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  24. july *
    • 2009 July 5, “Colleen Paparella, Ali Ganjian”, New York Times:
      Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise Choice Tables: Alive and Evolving: the Paris Bistro The Land and Words of Mary Oliver, the Bard of Provincetown Your Money: A Day to Tackle the Financial To-Do List Rare Peek at Riches of Past in Rome Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Go to Complete List » That '30s Show Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Environment Groups Find Less Support From Justices A Publisher Stumbles Publicly at the Post Top Reformers Admitted Plot, Iran Declares Clerical Group Defies Leader on Iran Vote Mortgages Made Simpler Tax Bill Appeals Take Rising Toll on Governments College Stars See Themselves in Video Games, and Pause to Sue Text: Palin's Announcement Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer palin china modern love july 3, 2009 madoff fireworks obama iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » In Naples, Ex-Convicts as Tour Guides Opinion » Op-Art: Hairstyles of the First Ladies N.Y. / Region » The Gospel of the Recycling Bin U.S. » After the Rain, a Battle to Tame Unruly Grass Opinion » Immoral Leaders A Bloggingheads Video discussion on whether politicians should be role models.
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  25. luged
    • 2009 July 5, Jennifer Schuessler, “Inside the List”, New York Times:
      After the girlfriend luged to her death halfway down the icy slope, Ollestad had to pick his way down alone, following the trail of her blood.
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  26. madoff
    • 2009 July 5, “Colleen Paparella, Ali Ganjian”, New York Times:
      Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise Choice Tables: Alive and Evolving: the Paris Bistro The Land and Words of Mary Oliver, the Bard of Provincetown Your Money: A Day to Tackle the Financial To-Do List Rare Peek at Riches of Past in Rome Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Go to Complete List » That '30s Show Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Environment Groups Find Less Support From Justices A Publisher Stumbles Publicly at the Post Top Reformers Admitted Plot, Iran Declares Clerical Group Defies Leader on Iran Vote Mortgages Made Simpler Tax Bill Appeals Take Rising Toll on Governments College Stars See Themselves in Video Games, and Pause to Sue Text: Palin's Announcement Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer palin china modern love july 3, 2009 madoff fireworks obama iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » In Naples, Ex-Convicts as Tour Guides Opinion » Op-Art: Hairstyles of the First Ladies N.Y. / Region » The Gospel of the Recycling Bin U.S. » After the Rain, a Battle to Tame Unruly Grass Opinion » Immoral Leaders A Bloggingheads Video discussion on whether politicians should be role models.
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  27. michael
    • 2009 July 5, “Colleen Paparella, Ali Ganjian”, New York Times:
      Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise Choice Tables: Alive and Evolving: the Paris Bistro The Land and Words of Mary Oliver, the Bard of Provincetown Your Money: A Day to Tackle the Financial To-Do List Rare Peek at Riches of Past in Rome Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Go to Complete List » That '30s Show Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Environment Groups Find Less Support From Justices A Publisher Stumbles Publicly at the Post Top Reformers Admitted Plot, Iran Declares Clerical Group Defies Leader on Iran Vote Mortgages Made Simpler Tax Bill Appeals Take Rising Toll on Governments College Stars See Themselves in Video Games, and Pause to Sue Text: Palin's Announcement Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer palin china modern love july 3, 2009 madoff fireworks obama iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » In Naples, Ex-Convicts as Tour Guides Opinion » Op-Art: Hairstyles of the First Ladies N.Y. / Region » The Gospel of the Recycling Bin U.S. » After the Rain, a Battle to Tame Unruly Grass Opinion » Immoral Leaders A Bloggingheads Video discussion on whether politicians should be role models.
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  28. microbudget
    • 2009 July 5, Michelle Orange, “She’s a Director Who’s Just Another Dude”, New York Times:
      Having scored a distribution deal for this microbudget film she shot with friends in Seattle over a handful of days last summer, Ms. Shelton embarked on a sort of victory lap of the festival circuit.
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  29. moscofilero
    • 2009 July 5, Alice Gabriel, “Dry RosSummer, Uncorked”, New York Times:
      Michael Pelletier at Fountainhead also recommends a 2007 moscofilero, which he called “the new grüner veltliner” (like rosé, Austrian grüner veltliner has surged in popularity).
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  30. mrd
    • 2009 July 5, Michelle Higgins, “Twitter Comes to the Rescue”, New York Times:
      InDate);"> Rooms: <select NAME="NumRoom" OnChange="mrd(document.
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  31. neuroeducation
    • 2009 July 5, William Safire, “On Aha and Senior Moments”, New York Times:
      McKhann, a leader in the new field of neuroeducation, which ties together cognitive science, arts training and learning in the schoolroom, hypothesizes that “the brain is bringing more resources to the problem without any conscious direction from you .
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  32. nikes
    • 2009 July 5, Virginia Heffernan, “Street Smart: Urban Dictionary”, New York Times:
      (The usage example put to rest my query: “Man when we was runnin from the cops my timbos felt like air nikes on me .
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  33. nonfranchised
    • 2009 July 5, Walter Kirn, “Wasted Land”, New York Times:
      The book, wrought from old-fashioned shoe-leather reporting of a type that’s disappearing faster than nonfranchised lunch counters on Main Street, isn’t chiefly a tale of drugs and crime, of dysfunction and despair, but a recession-era tragedy scaled for an “Our Town,” Thornton Wilder stage and seemingly based on a script by William S. Burroughs .
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  34. onclick
    • 2009 July 5, Michelle Higgins, “Twitter Comes to the Rescue”, New York Times:
      PkgTypeFrm.PackageType.value);"> Flight and hotel Flight, hotel and car Hotel and car Flight and car Leaving from: Departing: <INPUT class="expdate" type="Text" name="FromDate" size=10 onclick="event.cancelBubble=true;SC(document.
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  35. onfocus
  36. oversharing
  37. palin
    • 2009 July 5, “Colleen Paparella, Ali Ganjian”, New York Times:
      Well: Eating to Fuel Exercise Choice Tables: Alive and Evolving: the Paris Bistro The Land and Words of Mary Oliver, the Bard of Provincetown Your Money: A Day to Tackle the Financial To-Do List Rare Peek at Riches of Past in Rome Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Go to Complete List » That '30s Show Palin Says She Will Resign as Alaska Governor Environment Groups Find Less Support From Justices A Publisher Stumbles Publicly at the Post Top Reformers Admitted Plot, Iran Declares Clerical Group Defies Leader on Iran Vote Mortgages Made Simpler Tax Bill Appeals Take Rising Toll on Governments College Stars See Themselves in Video Games, and Pause to Sue Text: Palin's Announcement Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer palin china modern love july 3, 2009 madoff fireworks obama iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » In Naples, Ex-Convicts as Tour Guides Opinion » Op-Art: Hairstyles of the First Ladies N.Y. / Region » The Gospel of the Recycling Bin U.S. » After the Rain, a Battle to Tame Unruly Grass Opinion » Immoral Leaders A Bloggingheads Video discussion on whether politicians should be role models.
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  38. palindromists
    • 2009 July 5, William Safire, “On Aha and Senior Moments”, New York Times:
      , long a favorite of palindromists — was first recorded by Chaucer, in his “Canterbury Tales” (1380s onward), who had hunters cry: “A ha the fox!
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  39. parrillada
    • 2009 July 5, M.H. Reed, “Tapas and More, With Argentine Flair”, New York Times:
      WHAT WE LIKE Pulpo (octopus), eggplant rollatini, duck wrap, mussels marinara, rigatoni Milonga, special arugula salad, shrimp in cognac sauce, paella, rack of lamb, parrillada, hanger steak, dulce de leche crepes.
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  40. pornocchios
    • 2009 July 5, Virginia Heffernan, “Street Smart: Urban Dictionary”, New York Times:
      A “pornocchio” is someone who exaggerates his sexual experience; post this “definition” and you’re one up on the world’s pornocchios.
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  41. pulpo *
    • 2009 July 5, M.H. Reed, “Tapas and More, With Argentine Flair”, New York Times:
      Other dishes that we would order again included appetizers like a goblet of glossy warmed pulpo (octopus) and olives; baked rollatini, the mellow eggplant wrapper oozing ricotta and creamy spinach; a thin soft tortilla capturing duck, onions, peppers and runny mozzarella; and skewers of shrimp, beef and chicken alongside baby greens.
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  42. rollatini
    • 2009 July 5, M.H. Reed, “Tapas and More, With Argentine Flair”, New York Times:
      WHAT WE LIKE Pulpo (octopus), eggplant rollatini, duck wrap, mussels marinara, rigatoni Milonga, special arugula salad, shrimp in cognac sauce, paella, rack of lamb, parrillada, hanger steak, dulce de leche crepes.
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  43. runnin
    • 2009 July 5, Virginia Heffernan, “Street Smart: Urban Dictionary”, New York Times:
      (The usage example put to rest my query: “Man when we was runnin from the cops my timbos felt like air nikes on me .
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  44. sassiness
    • 2009 July 5, Melena Ryzik, “She’s Ready for Millions of Her Closest Friends”, New York Times:
      “I like to say that Wendy has a brashness, a sassiness to her, that she’s loud in a very good way, in look and point of view,” said Lonnie Burstein, the executive vice president of programming at Debmar-Mercury, the production company behind the TV show.
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  45. scaloppine *
  46. scarpariello
    • 2009 July 5, M.H. Reed, “Tapas and More, With Argentine Flair”, New York Times:
      A number did arrive naked, steakhouse-style, or with potato or rice, so consider budgeting for a side of nicely prepared spinach or broccoli ($6) to accompany, say, chicken scarpariello — breast meat on the bone — with bits of sausage and lots of garlic, or clean-tasting red snapper festooned with clams and mussels.
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  47. shree
    • 2009 July 5, Elisabetta Povoledo, Lindsay Clinton And Dinah Spritzer, “Globespotters: Rome, Mumbai and Prague”, New York Times:
      Every Tuesday in the wee hours of the morning, devotees (and the respectfully curious) can experience the shree darshan, or vision of the god, at Siddhivinayak (www.siddhivinayak.org ).
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  48. slenderly
    • 2009 July 5, Gay Talese, “Once Around the Island With Gay Talese”, New York Times:
      Throughout my boyhood in Ocean City , N.J., a community slenderly built on a barrier island between the Great Egg Harbor Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, I never complained about my father’s worrisome relationship to the water.
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  49. soppable
    • 2009 July 5, M.H. Reed, “Tapas and More, With Argentine Flair”, New York Times:
      For mussels marinara, it was thick, soppable and slightly acidic, countering the sweetness of the mussels; for the restaurant’s signature rigatoni Milonga, it was thinned by mascarpone to give more play to the smokiness in the bits of herbed sausage and to the green freshness in the asparagus and sweet peppers.
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  50. sz
  51. tempranillo
    • 2009 July 5, Alice Gabriel, “Dry RosSummer, Uncorked”, New York Times:
      While traditional rosés from southern France are blended from grenache, cinsault, syrah, mourvèdre and carignan, wineries worldwide are filling demand by vinifying rosé from just about every red grape grown by man, including sangiovese, shiraz, tempranillo, pinot noir, merlot, cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc.
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  52. thatmultitudes
    • 2009 July 5, Thanassis Cambanis, “Princes and Imams”, New York Times:
      This book reminds us thatmultitudes of the ruled share many of their leaders’ values and assumptions even if they resent their heavy-handed and corrupt ways.
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  53. timbos
    • 2009 July 5, Virginia Heffernan, “Street Smart: Urban Dictionary”, New York Times:
      At the time, my larger question was whether timbos, or anything else, could ever go back to the farm once they were anointed in song by the Wu-Tang Clan .
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  54. ukulelelike
    • 2009 July 5, Jon Pareles, “Brazilian Grooves, Groovy ’60s”, New York Times:
      The album begins with a traditional Brazilian sound — the syncopated strumming of the ukulelelike cavaquinho, the classic samba accompaniment — but it’s soon overlaid with clicks (like scratches on vinyl) to signal its quaintness, sending Céu into arrangements that mingle natural sounds with sampled and manipulated ones.
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  55. ungentrified
  56. veltliner
    • 2009 July 5, Alice Gabriel, “Dry RosSummer, Uncorked”, New York Times:
      Michael Pelletier at Fountainhead also recommends a 2007 moscofilero, which he called “the new grüner veltliner” (like rosé, Austrian grüner veltliner has surged in popularity).
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  57. vinifying
    • 2009 July 5, Alice Gabriel, “Dry RosSummer, Uncorked”, New York Times:
      While traditional rosés from southern France are blended from grenache, cinsault, syrah, mourvèdre and carignan, wineries worldwide are filling demand by vinifying rosé from just about every red grape grown by man, including sangiovese, shiraz, tempranillo, pinot noir, merlot, cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc.
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  58. voguism
    • 2009 July 5, William Safire, “On Aha and Senior Moments”, New York Times:
      Only last month, The Guardian in Britain referred to “Deep Throat” as “a porn movie that came to be seen as a defining moment in America’s cultural and sexual revolution,” but that collocation has been shouldered aside by the voguism “ tipping point .”
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  59. wastin
    • 2009 July 5, Virginia Heffernan, “Street Smart: Urban Dictionary”, New York Times:
      Language groups whose arcane customs are hinted at in Urban Dictionary include corporate travelers (“ghetto upgrade”), pinball fans (“going multiball”), social networkers (“inbox rot”), dinner-party hosts (“buffer guest”), beer drinkers (“déjà brew”), laid-off workers (“canniversary”) and observant socializers (“you wastin my minutes”).
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  60. whatevers
    • 2009 July 5, William Safire, “On Aha and Senior Moments”, New York Times:
      Now this multitasking exclamation finds itself infixed in a phrasal template that rivals “(whatever is) the new black ” and “ the mother of all (whatevers) and “ I don’t do (whatever).”
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