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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-12 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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2009-07-12[edit]

  1. adovada
    • 2009 July 12, Patricia Brooks, “Taste of New Mexico With an Organic Twist”, New York Times:
      Out came platters piled with carne adovada burritos (with Niman Ranch pork, Jack Cheddar and pico de gallo), four tacos (chicken and pork with Jack Cheddar), beef burritos and Santa Fe Jack Cheddar enchiladas.
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  2. antifashion
    • 2009 July 12, Rob Walker, “This Year’s Model”, New York Times:
      However you might characterize the Uniform Project, it’s definitely not antifashion.
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  3. archformalist
    • 2009 July 12, David Orr, “Too Close to Touch”, New York Times:
      He’s possibly the only poet to have written a halfway decent quintain while on LSD, and he’s certainly one of the few to profess genuine admiration for both Winters (the archformalist) and Allen Ginsberg (the arch .
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  4. arvi
    • 2009 July 12, Valerie Peterson, “The Lentils and Spices for a Dal All Your Own”, New York Times:
      In addition to the familiar, like mangoes, the official fruit of India, and coconuts, used in a number of dishes, the fruit and vegetable boxes yield warty-looking karela (bitter melon); the hairy, lumpy arvi (taro root); the ridged toray (a member of the cucumber family); and green beans that range from thin and tiny to a couple of feet long.
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  5. behavorial
    • 2009 July 12, Jonah Lehrer, “Where Am I?”, New York Times:
      Colin Ellard, a behavorial neuroscientist at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, probes this and other shortcomings of human spatial intelligence in his delightfully lucid book “You Are Here.”
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  6. blognoscenti
    • 2009 July 12, Rob Walker, “This Year’s Model”, New York Times:
      The blognoscenti were quick to note after the Uniform Project site started making the rounds that earlier projects have played with the one-dress idea.
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  7. bovedilla
    • 2009 July 12, Patricia Brooks, “Taste of New Mexico With an Organic Twist”, New York Times:
      THE SPACE Large dining room with Mexican-style wood-beamed bovedilla ceiling, booths and a wall of small-paned glass windows facing the bar.
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  8. cableheads
    • 2009 July 12, William Safire, “Newswords”, New York Times:
      Stop worrying about the “dumbing down” of our language by bloggers, tweeters, cableheads and MSM thumbsuckers engaged in a “race to the bottom” of the page by little minds confined to little words.
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  9. carlike
    • 2009 July 12, Lawrence Ulrich, “What’s Become of the Wagon?”, New York Times:
      Even among import brands where you’d expect die-hard wagonistas to be lurking, crossovers threaten to snuff their more carlike siblings: Audi sold nearly 21,000 of its big Q7 crossover in 2007, compared with barely 2,800 of its sprightly A4 Avant wagon and just 758 of the larger A6 wagon.
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  10. danburyfairmall
  11. decentralist
    • 2009 July 12, Nick Gillespie, “In Reagan’s Steps”, New York Times:
      Instead, Hayek pushed a decentralist, libertarian line because he believed that none of us has a monopoly on truth or knowledge, and that “to live and work successfully with others requires .
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  12. dowd
    • 2009 July 12, “Laure de Vulpillière and Vanessa Dillen”, New York Times:
      Timing Social Security Benefits Gail Collins: What Happened in Vegas The Crab Houses of Maryland’s Eastern Shore IPhone Apps to Organize Your Life Mortgage Rules Exclude Even Good Risks 36 Hours in Aix-en-Provence Yoga Teacher Training Faces Regulation by States Patient Money: Sleeping with the Enemy (Bed Bugs) Well: How to Fix Bad Ankles Journeys: Buenos Aires Spotlights Its Cafes Go to Complete List » Cheney Is Linked to Concealment of C.I.A. Project U.S. Said to Have Averted Inquiry Into '01 Afghan Killings Report Says Wiretaps Got Too Little Legal Review Leaders in House Would Tax Rich for Health Plan Civil Rights Leader Under Fire for Supporting Same-Sex Marriage G.M. Completes Its Turnaround in Bankruptcy The Stimulus Trap Whip Inflation Now States' Regulators Cast an Eye on Yoga Teacher Training Iran Protesters Take to Streets Despite Threats Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer obama china july 3, 2009 modern love palin g8 maureen dowd iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » After Survival, a Journey to Self-Recovery Opinion » Room for Debate: A Friend in the Vatican?
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  13. expdate
    • 2009 July 12, Michelle Higgins, “Trips Get Canceled, So Beware”, 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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  14. explong
    • 2009 July 12, Michelle Higgins, “Trips Get Canceled, So Beware”, New York Times:
      <select NAME="PackageType" class="explong" OnChange="SetPkgType(document.
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  15. eyeshot
    • 2009 July 12, Steven Mcelroy, “That Family Room? It Has a Certain Star Quality”, New York Times:
      “In this house no one ever really leaves eyeshot or earshot, and that’s part of this claustrophobic thing that brings people together,” Mr. Demas said.
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  16. flatulencies
    • 2009 July 12, Christopher Benfey, “Biographical Fever”, New York Times:
      The letter N gives them “nizy,” “ninnyhammer” and “neezer” — “that is, one who discharges flatulencies by the nose.”
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  17. flautas *
  18. fultonstallmarket
    • 2009 July 12, Stephanie Rosenbloom, “In the City, Children’s Clubs and Walking to Shape Up”, New York Times:
      There are the local produce and flowers at the Fulton Stall Market , (fultonstallmarket .com), there are live music festivals (seaportmusicfestival.com ), there are tall ships (manhattanbysail .com), and there is also “Bodies...
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  19. gallo *
    • 2009 July 12, Patricia Brooks, “Taste of New Mexico With an Organic Twist”, New York Times:
      Out came platters piled with carne adovada burritos (with Niman Ranch pork, Jack Cheddar and pico de gallo), four tacos (chicken and pork with Jack Cheddar), beef burritos and Santa Fe Jack Cheddar enchiladas.
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  20. gargantua
  21. goto *
    • 2009 July 12, Douglas Quenqua, “No Puzzle in the Paper? I’m Blank!”, New York Times:
      Timing Social Security Benefits Gail Collins: What Happened in Vegas The Crab Houses of Maryland’s Eastern Shore IPhone Apps to Organize Your Life Mortgage Rules Exclude Even Good Risks 36 Hours in Aix-en-Provence Yoga Teacher Training Faces Regulation by States Patient Money: Sleeping with the Enemy (Bed Bugs) Well: How to Fix Bad Ankles Journeys: Buenos Aires Spotlights Its Cafes Go to Complete List » Cheney Is Linked to Concealment of C.I.A. Project U.S. Said to Have Averted Inquiry Into '01 Afghan Killings Report Says Wiretaps Got Too Little Legal Review Leaders in House Would Tax Rich for Health Plan Civil Rights Leader Under Fire for Supporting Same-Sex Marriage G.M. Completes Its Turnaround in Bankruptcy The Stimulus Trap Whip Inflation Now States' Regulators Cast an Eye on Yoga Teacher Training Iran Protesters Take to Streets Despite Threats Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer obama china july 3, 2009 modern love palin g8 maureen dowd iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements The New York Times Digest Buy Now <A HREF="http://www.nytimes.com/adx/bin/adx_click.html?type=goto&opzn&page=www.nytimes.com/yr/mo/day/fashion&pos=BigAd2&sn2=79b026b9/9476ef68&sn1=7f8a69e4/de9df4cf&camp=Adobe_Acrobat09q3AB-1133419-nyt2&ad=Adobe_09q3AB.ROS.dart300x250.PreEmp&goto=http://ad.doubleclick.net/jump/N4270.NYT/B3694507.3;sz=300x250;ord=2009.07.12.06.02.14?"
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  22. iran
    • 2009 July 12, “Laure de Vulpillière and Vanessa Dillen”, New York Times:
      Timing Social Security Benefits Gail Collins: What Happened in Vegas The Crab Houses of Maryland’s Eastern Shore IPhone Apps to Organize Your Life Mortgage Rules Exclude Even Good Risks 36 Hours in Aix-en-Provence Yoga Teacher Training Faces Regulation by States Patient Money: Sleeping with the Enemy (Bed Bugs) Well: How to Fix Bad Ankles Journeys: Buenos Aires Spotlights Its Cafes Go to Complete List » Cheney Is Linked to Concealment of C.I.A. Project U.S. Said to Have Averted Inquiry Into '01 Afghan Killings Report Says Wiretaps Got Too Little Legal Review Leaders in House Would Tax Rich for Health Plan Civil Rights Leader Under Fire for Supporting Same-Sex Marriage G.M. Completes Its Turnaround in Bankruptcy The Stimulus Trap Whip Inflation Now States' Regulators Cast an Eye on Yoga Teacher Training Iran Protesters Take to Streets Despite Threats Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer obama china july 3, 2009 modern love palin g8 maureen dowd iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » After Survival, a Journey to Self-Recovery Opinion » Room for Debate: A Friend in the Vatican?
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  23. isovist
    • 2009 July 12, Jonah Lehrer, “Where Am I?”, New York Times:
      The best architects intuitively understand this psychological preference, as they construct spaces that naturally lead us from one expansive isovist to the next.
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  24. isovists
    • 2009 July 12, Jonah Lehrer, “Where Am I?”, New York Times:
      The answer, it turns out, has a lot to with what architects call isovists, the region of visibility from particular vantage points.
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  25. iterary
    • 2009 July 12, Christopher Benfey, “Biographical Fever”, New York Times:
      iterary biography of the Anglo-American variety has its roots in Samuel Johnson’s terse lives of the English poets and James Boswell’s garrulous life of Johnson.
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  26. jackson *
    • 2009 July 12, “Laure de Vulpillière and Vanessa Dillen”, New York Times:
      Timing Social Security Benefits Gail Collins: What Happened in Vegas The Crab Houses of Maryland’s Eastern Shore IPhone Apps to Organize Your Life Mortgage Rules Exclude Even Good Risks 36 Hours in Aix-en-Provence Yoga Teacher Training Faces Regulation by States Patient Money: Sleeping with the Enemy (Bed Bugs) Well: How to Fix Bad Ankles Journeys: Buenos Aires Spotlights Its Cafes Go to Complete List » Cheney Is Linked to Concealment of C.I.A. Project U.S. Said to Have Averted Inquiry Into '01 Afghan Killings Report Says Wiretaps Got Too Little Legal Review Leaders in House Would Tax Rich for Health Plan Civil Rights Leader Under Fire for Supporting Same-Sex Marriage G.M. Completes Its Turnaround in Bankruptcy The Stimulus Trap Whip Inflation Now States' Regulators Cast an Eye on Yoga Teacher Training Iran Protesters Take to Streets Despite Threats Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer obama china july 3, 2009 modern love palin g8 maureen dowd iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » After Survival, a Journey to Self-Recovery Opinion » Room for Debate: A Friend in the Vatican?
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  27. july *
    • 2009 July 12, “Laure de Vulpillière and Vanessa Dillen”, New York Times:
      Timing Social Security Benefits Gail Collins: What Happened in Vegas The Crab Houses of Maryland’s Eastern Shore IPhone Apps to Organize Your Life Mortgage Rules Exclude Even Good Risks 36 Hours in Aix-en-Provence Yoga Teacher Training Faces Regulation by States Patient Money: Sleeping with the Enemy (Bed Bugs) Well: How to Fix Bad Ankles Journeys: Buenos Aires Spotlights Its Cafes Go to Complete List » Cheney Is Linked to Concealment of C.I.A. Project U.S. Said to Have Averted Inquiry Into '01 Afghan Killings Report Says Wiretaps Got Too Little Legal Review Leaders in House Would Tax Rich for Health Plan Civil Rights Leader Under Fire for Supporting Same-Sex Marriage G.M. Completes Its Turnaround in Bankruptcy The Stimulus Trap Whip Inflation Now States' Regulators Cast an Eye on Yoga Teacher Training Iran Protesters Take to Streets Despite Threats Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer obama china july 3, 2009 modern love palin g8 maureen dowd iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » After Survival, a Journey to Self-Recovery Opinion » Room for Debate: A Friend in the Vatican?
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  28. kakistocrats
    • 2009 July 12, William Safire, “Newswords”, New York Times:
      On the other hand, should the kakistocrats in Iran stick with the name of expediency to describe their power brokers?
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  29. karela
  30. lentilles
    • 2009 July 12, Valerie Peterson, “The Lentils and Spices for a Dal All Your Own”, New York Times:
      Chickpeas ($4.99 for four pounds) and whole baby lentils (which resemble French lentilles de Puy and are $3.99 for two pounds) can be found in many ethnic diets.
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  31. manhattanbysail
    • 2009 July 12, Stephanie Rosenbloom, “In the City, Children’s Clubs and Walking to Shape Up”, New York Times:
      There are the local produce and flowers at the Fulton Stall Market , (fultonstallmarket .com), there are live music festivals (seaportmusicfestival.com ), there are tall ships (manhattanbysail .com), and there is also “Bodies...
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  32. maureen
    • 2009 July 12, “Laure de Vulpillière and Vanessa Dillen”, New York Times:
      Timing Social Security Benefits Gail Collins: What Happened in Vegas The Crab Houses of Maryland’s Eastern Shore IPhone Apps to Organize Your Life Mortgage Rules Exclude Even Good Risks 36 Hours in Aix-en-Provence Yoga Teacher Training Faces Regulation by States Patient Money: Sleeping with the Enemy (Bed Bugs) Well: How to Fix Bad Ankles Journeys: Buenos Aires Spotlights Its Cafes Go to Complete List » Cheney Is Linked to Concealment of C.I.A. Project U.S. Said to Have Averted Inquiry Into '01 Afghan Killings Report Says Wiretaps Got Too Little Legal Review Leaders in House Would Tax Rich for Health Plan Civil Rights Leader Under Fire for Supporting Same-Sex Marriage G.M. Completes Its Turnaround in Bankruptcy The Stimulus Trap Whip Inflation Now States' Regulators Cast an Eye on Yoga Teacher Training Iran Protesters Take to Streets Despite Threats Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer obama china july 3, 2009 modern love palin g8 maureen dowd iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » After Survival, a Journey to Self-Recovery Opinion » Room for Debate: A Friend in the Vatican?
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  33. medu *
    • 2009 July 12, Valerie Peterson, “The Lentils and Spices for a Dal All Your Own”, New York Times:
      He offers a selection of fresh snacks priced from 50 to 90 cents apiece, like hefty, spicy potato-and-pea-stuffed pastry samosas; dal vada, a savory fried patty made from ground lentils; and medu vada, a bready, doughnut-shaped fritter made with black lentils (urad dal).
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  34. michael
    • 2009 July 12, “Laure de Vulpillière and Vanessa Dillen”, New York Times:
      Timing Social Security Benefits Gail Collins: What Happened in Vegas The Crab Houses of Maryland’s Eastern Shore IPhone Apps to Organize Your Life Mortgage Rules Exclude Even Good Risks 36 Hours in Aix-en-Provence Yoga Teacher Training Faces Regulation by States Patient Money: Sleeping with the Enemy (Bed Bugs) Well: How to Fix Bad Ankles Journeys: Buenos Aires Spotlights Its Cafes Go to Complete List » Cheney Is Linked to Concealment of C.I.A. Project U.S. Said to Have Averted Inquiry Into '01 Afghan Killings Report Says Wiretaps Got Too Little Legal Review Leaders in House Would Tax Rich for Health Plan Civil Rights Leader Under Fire for Supporting Same-Sex Marriage G.M. Completes Its Turnaround in Bankruptcy The Stimulus Trap Whip Inflation Now States' Regulators Cast an Eye on Yoga Teacher Training Iran Protesters Take to Streets Despite Threats Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer obama china july 3, 2009 modern love palin g8 maureen dowd iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » After Survival, a Journey to Self-Recovery Opinion » Room for Debate: A Friend in the Vatican?
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  35. microtargeted
    • 2009 July 12, Elsa Dixler, “Paperback Row”, New York Times:
      Bishop, a journalist, and Cushing, a statistician, argue that the social and political balkanization of the past 30 years — microtargeted marketing, the proliferation of TV channels, more extreme political parties — is potentially dangerous.
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  36. middleneck
    • 2009 July 12, Tammy La Gorce, “The Classic Clambake, Tweaked for Practicality”, New York Times:
      Its blue crabs come from the Crab Shack market in Brick Township and its middleneck clams from Parson’s Seafood, a farming operation in Tuckerton.
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  37. mrd
  38. murukku
    • 2009 July 12, Valerie Peterson, “The Lentils and Spices for a Dal All Your Own”, New York Times:
      The offerings have names like Kerala murukku — savory pinwheels made from rice flour and gram (chickpea) flour, spiced with onion, cumin and chili.
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  39. newswords
    • 2009 July 12, William Safire, “Newswords”, New York Times:
      As the English word is used in today’s newswords being filed out of seething Tehran, expediency does not offer us an easy way out.
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  40. nonshopping
  41. onclick
    • 2009 July 12, Michelle Higgins, “Trips Get Canceled, So Beware”, 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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  42. onfocus
  43. opzn
    • 2009 July 12, Douglas Quenqua, “No Puzzle in the Paper? I’m Blank!”, New York Times:
      Timing Social Security Benefits Gail Collins: What Happened in Vegas The Crab Houses of Maryland’s Eastern Shore IPhone Apps to Organize Your Life Mortgage Rules Exclude Even Good Risks 36 Hours in Aix-en-Provence Yoga Teacher Training Faces Regulation by States Patient Money: Sleeping with the Enemy (Bed Bugs) Well: How to Fix Bad Ankles Journeys: Buenos Aires Spotlights Its Cafes Go to Complete List » Cheney Is Linked to Concealment of C.I.A. Project U.S. Said to Have Averted Inquiry Into '01 Afghan Killings Report Says Wiretaps Got Too Little Legal Review Leaders in House Would Tax Rich for Health Plan Civil Rights Leader Under Fire for Supporting Same-Sex Marriage G.M. Completes Its Turnaround in Bankruptcy The Stimulus Trap Whip Inflation Now States' Regulators Cast an Eye on Yoga Teacher Training Iran Protesters Take to Streets Despite Threats Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer obama china july 3, 2009 modern love palin g8 maureen dowd iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements The New York Times Digest Buy Now <A HREF="http://www.nytimes.com/adx/bin/adx_click.html?type=goto&opzn&page=www.nytimes.com/yr/mo/day/fashion&pos=BigAd2&sn2=79b026b9/9476ef68&sn1=7f8a69e4/de9df4cf&camp=Adobe_Acrobat09q3AB-1133419-nyt2&ad=Adobe_09q3AB.ROS.dart300x250.PreEmp&goto=http://ad.doubleclick.net/jump/N4270.NYT/B3694507.3;sz=300x250;ord=2009.07.12.06.02.14?"
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  44. oversharing
    • 2009 July 12, Susannah Jacob, “Pancake Chronicles”, New York Times:
      In between Suzanne’s oversharing and her general advice (“When the cooks ask you how old you are, tell them 6, O.K.?”), she detailed the duties of an IHOP server.
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  45. palin
    • 2009 July 12, “Laure de Vulpillière and Vanessa Dillen”, New York Times:
      Timing Social Security Benefits Gail Collins: What Happened in Vegas The Crab Houses of Maryland’s Eastern Shore IPhone Apps to Organize Your Life Mortgage Rules Exclude Even Good Risks 36 Hours in Aix-en-Provence Yoga Teacher Training Faces Regulation by States Patient Money: Sleeping with the Enemy (Bed Bugs) Well: How to Fix Bad Ankles Journeys: Buenos Aires Spotlights Its Cafes Go to Complete List » Cheney Is Linked to Concealment of C.I.A. Project U.S. Said to Have Averted Inquiry Into '01 Afghan Killings Report Says Wiretaps Got Too Little Legal Review Leaders in House Would Tax Rich for Health Plan Civil Rights Leader Under Fire for Supporting Same-Sex Marriage G.M. Completes Its Turnaround in Bankruptcy The Stimulus Trap Whip Inflation Now States' Regulators Cast an Eye on Yoga Teacher Training Iran Protesters Take to Streets Despite Threats Go to Complete List » michael jackson cancer obama china july 3, 2009 modern love palin g8 maureen dowd iran Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com World » After Survival, a Journey to Self-Recovery Opinion » Room for Debate: A Friend in the Vatican?
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  46. pico *
    • 2009 July 12, Patricia Brooks, “Taste of New Mexico With an Organic Twist”, New York Times:
      Out came platters piled with carne adovada burritos (with Niman Ranch pork, Jack Cheddar and pico de gallo), four tacos (chicken and pork with Jack Cheddar), beef burritos and Santa Fe Jack Cheddar enchiladas.
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  47. posole
    • 2009 July 12, Patricia Brooks, “Taste of New Mexico With an Organic Twist”, New York Times:
      One evening I started with a cup of Indian posole soup — a thin broth with chicken and blue and white posole (corn), topped with a slice of avocado and shredded and melted Jack Cheddar.
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  48. prebuilts
    • 2009 July 12, Vivian Marino, “The 30-Minute Interview: William C. Rudin”, New York Times:
      Whether it’s making them eco-friendly, creating prebuilts, adding technology or security, we’re constantly reviewing what we need to do to make sure our buildings continue to attract tenants.
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  49. pythonlike
    • 2009 July 12, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “Inside His Exteriors”, New York Times:
      Its pythonlike form should produce as much a stir, at least within architectural circles, as did the Bird’s Nest stadium by Mr. Herzog and Pierre de Meuron when it was unveiled a year ago at the Beijing Olympics.
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  50. quintain
    • 2009 July 12, David Orr, “Too Close to Touch”, New York Times:
      He’s possibly the only poet to have written a halfway decent quintain while on LSD, and he’s certainly one of the few to profess genuine admiration for both Winters (the archformalist) and Allen Ginsberg (the arch .
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  51. rakmacka
    • 2009 July 12, Joanne Starkey, “A Swedish Update on a Summer Standard”, New York Times:
      A closely related entree called rakmacka had baby shrimp in a creamy lemon dressing on toast, with slices of hard-boiled egg, avocado, tomato and greens on the plate.
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  52. raraka
    • 2009 July 12, Joanne Starkey, “A Swedish Update on a Summer Standard”, New York Times:
      At dinner: Swedish raraka (potato pancakes), mushroom soup, sautéed mushroom appetizer, fettuccine with vegetables, Berkshire pork chop, salmon, halibut, all desserts.
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  53. retweeted
  54. rousingly
    • 2009 July 12, David Orr, “Too Close to Touch”, New York Times:
      It’s to the credit of this remarkable writer that those absences seem unimportant beside what is so rousingly present.
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  55. semicelebrities
    • 2009 July 12, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “Inside His Exteriors”, New York Times:
      He is rarely mentioned in conversations about semicelebrities like Rem Koolhaas , Zaha Hadid or Jacques Herzog .
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  56. skycycles
    • 2009 July 12, Randy Cohen, “Co-Worker Concerns”, New York Times:
      Ethics does not compel you to make it a family heirloom, passing it down from generation to generation, into the distant future, when the cool kids are riding those antigravity skycycles.
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  57. societywide
    • 2009 July 12, Christopher Caldwell, “Can David Cameron Redefine Britain’s Tory Party?”, New York Times:
      That trial, which began the same week as the elections that brought Margaret Thatcher to power, remains a symbol, to a certain sort of Englishman, of the societywide breakdown of the 1970s, which was a decade of currency devaluations, crippling strikes, uncollected garbage and shortened workweeks.
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  58. subspecialize
    • 2009 July 12, Amanda Petrusich, “They’ve Got Those Old, Hard-to-Find Blues”, New York Times:
      Although most collectors subspecialize by genre, whether jazz or classical or country, it’s early American rural blues — loose acoustic laments, recorded before 1935 and performed by artists who were born in or near the Mississippi Delta — that inspires the highest prices and the most fevered pursuits.
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  59. superheros
  60. superpopular
    • 2009 July 12, Ned Vizzini, “Inside the Outsiders”, New York Times:
      And there are entirely new menageries of labels to identify and dislike, like white rappers, superpopular gay guys, emo kids (tough to define but easy to spot — black glasses, hair combed down into the face).
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  61. sz
  62. thumbsuckers
    • 2009 July 12, William Safire, “Newswords”, New York Times:
      Stop worrying about the “dumbing down” of our language by bloggers, tweeters, cableheads and MSM thumbsuckers engaged in a “race to the bottom” of the page by little minds confined to little words.
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  63. toray
    • 2009 July 12, Valerie Peterson, “The Lentils and Spices for a Dal All Your Own”, New York Times:
      In addition to the familiar, like mangoes, the official fruit of India, and coconuts, used in a number of dishes, the fruit and vegetable boxes yield warty-looking karela (bitter melon); the hairy, lumpy arvi (taro root); the ridged toray (a member of the cucumber family); and green beans that range from thin and tiny to a couple of feet long.
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  64. tuniclike
    • 2009 July 12, Rob Walker, “This Year’s Model”, New York Times:
      In some cases, wearing the dress in its tuniclike form over a completely different outfit reduces the garment itself to a sort of accent piece.
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  65. undiverting
    • 2009 July 12, Constance Rosenblum, “For a Writer, a Home With a Hideout”, New York Times:
      DO NOT DISTURB The author Roxana Robinson in her small writing room, deliberately sparse and undiverting.
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  66. urad
    • 2009 July 12, Valerie Peterson, “The Lentils and Spices for a Dal All Your Own”, New York Times:
      He offers a selection of fresh snacks priced from 50 to 90 cents apiece, like hefty, spicy potato-and-pea-stuffed pastry samosas; dal vada, a savory fried patty made from ground lentils; and medu vada, a bready, doughnut-shaped fritter made with black lentils (urad dal).
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  67. vada *
    • 2009 July 12, Valerie Peterson, “The Lentils and Spices for a Dal All Your Own”, New York Times:
      He offers a selection of fresh snacks priced from 50 to 90 cents apiece, like hefty, spicy potato-and-pea-stuffed pastry samosas; dal vada, a savory fried patty made from ground lentils; and medu vada, a bready, doughnut-shaped fritter made with black lentils (urad dal).
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  68. wagonistas
    • 2009 July 12, Lawrence Ulrich, “What’s Become of the Wagon?”, New York Times:
      Even among import brands where you’d expect die-hard wagonistas to be lurking, crossovers threaten to snuff their more carlike siblings: Audi sold nearly 21,000 of its big Q7 crossover in 2007, compared with barely 2,800 of its sprightly A4 Avant wagon and just 758 of the larger A6 wagon.
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  69. winky
    • 2009 July 12, Susann Cokal, “Bleak Housekeeping”, New York Times:
      Dickens aficionados will delight in winky references to his novels, as well as to his biography: Jenny Wren of “Our Mutual Friend” lends a nickname to Miss Ricketts; Alfred’s brother’s name is Sydney (as in Carton); and the One and Only’s death has left a “Drood”-like novel unfinished, occasioning wild speculation about its conclusion.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. adaptedby = adapted by
  2. aircard = trademark AirCard
    • 2009 July 12, Virginia Heffernan, “Love, Virtually”, New York Times:
      “I am getting e-mail through an aircard at the farm, where access to computer world is more than tough.”
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