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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-16 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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2009-07-16[edit]

  1. alienlike
  2. backwind
    • 2009 July 16, Christopher Clarey, “Solace for Sea Dogs at Turnberry”, New York Times:
      “If there’s a backwind, it’s a 3-wood and a 9-iron for most of them,” Brown said.
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  3. beachless
    • 2009 July 16, Manny Fernandez, “The Children at the Judge’s Bronx School”, New York Times:
      The school, on a beachless Beach Avenue in the Soundview neighborhood, is home to about 280 students during the regular academic year.
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  4. booga
    • 2009 July 16, Mandy Katz, “Tossing Out the Diet and Embracing the Fat”, New York Times:
      So earlier this year, just when Oprah , the nation’s über-dieter, renewed her resolve to snack on flaxseed, Ms. Griffith went the other way, joining a tenacious movement that is scorning the diet industry and what one pair of bloggers labels, “the obesity epidemic booga booga booga.”
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  5. epilated
    • 2009 July 16, William Van Meter, “Where Have All the Eyebrows Gone?”, New York Times:
       ” The August issue of Vogue features an otherworldly Steven Klein shot of a model epilated above the eyes.
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  6. ergonometric
    • 2009 July 16, Eric Wilson, “Men, Breathe in and Hold It”, New York Times:
      Other companies are developing shirts with ergonometric seams, taping inspired by physical therapy equipment and compression panels.
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  7. favorables *
  8. hatha
    • 2009 July 16, Sara Eckel, “Hard Times Are Jamming the Ashrams”, New York Times:
      Now he spends his days on the Himalayan Institute’s 400-acre wooded campus, practicing hatha yoga and meditation, studying spiritual texts, biking , walking and preparing meals in the institute’s kitchen.
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  9. intrafactional
    • 2009 July 16, Laurie Goodstein, “Episcopal Bishops Give Ground on Gay Marriage”, New York Times:
      Even with the nuance, the vote was a momentous step for a church that has been mired in intrafactional warfare over homosexuality for more than a decade.
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  10. issey
    • 2009 July 16, Su-Hyun Lee, “South Korean Court to Hear Suit From North”, New York Times:
      Timing Your Social Security Benefits For Las Vegas Chefs, the Odds Grow Longer Why We Must Ration Health Care Explorer: 4 Days and 2 Wheels on the Oregon Coast Episcopal Vote Reopens a Door to Gay Bishops Watching Whales Watching Us Go to Complete List » White Man's Last Stand House Health Care Plan Would Boost Taxes on Rich Goldman Reports Big Profit, Beating Forecasts Why We Must Ratıon Health Care Sotomayor Leaves Passion Behind in Her Tesimony Goodbye Iraq, and Good Luck Episcopal Church Moves to End Ban on Gay Bishops Company Settles Case of Reviews It Faked Calpers Sues Over Ratings of Securities The Gyro's History Unfolds Go to Complete List » health issey miyake michael jackson july 3, 2009 cancer palin china obama harry potter modern love Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Home & Garden » An Artist Feathers Her Nest N.Y. / Region » The Children at the Judge’s Bronx School World » Kenya’s Bill for Bloodshed Nears Payment Opinion » Op-Ed: Evil Spirits Keep liquor stores away from Sioux reservation, writes James Abourezk.
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  11. jackson *
    • 2009 July 16, Su-Hyun Lee, “South Korean Court to Hear Suit From North”, New York Times:
      Timing Your Social Security Benefits For Las Vegas Chefs, the Odds Grow Longer Why We Must Ration Health Care Explorer: 4 Days and 2 Wheels on the Oregon Coast Episcopal Vote Reopens a Door to Gay Bishops Watching Whales Watching Us Go to Complete List » White Man's Last Stand House Health Care Plan Would Boost Taxes on Rich Goldman Reports Big Profit, Beating Forecasts Why We Must Ratıon Health Care Sotomayor Leaves Passion Behind in Her Tesimony Goodbye Iraq, and Good Luck Episcopal Church Moves to End Ban on Gay Bishops Company Settles Case of Reviews It Faked Calpers Sues Over Ratings of Securities The Gyro's History Unfolds Go to Complete List » health issey miyake michael jackson july 3, 2009 cancer palin china obama harry potter modern love Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Home & Garden » An Artist Feathers Her Nest N.Y. / Region » The Children at the Judge’s Bronx School World » Kenya’s Bill for Bloodshed Nears Payment Opinion » Op-Ed: Evil Spirits Keep liquor stores away from Sioux reservation, writes James Abourezk.
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  12. july *
    • 2009 July 16, Su-Hyun Lee, “South Korean Court to Hear Suit From North”, New York Times:
      Timing Your Social Security Benefits For Las Vegas Chefs, the Odds Grow Longer Why We Must Ration Health Care Explorer: 4 Days and 2 Wheels on the Oregon Coast Episcopal Vote Reopens a Door to Gay Bishops Watching Whales Watching Us Go to Complete List » White Man's Last Stand House Health Care Plan Would Boost Taxes on Rich Goldman Reports Big Profit, Beating Forecasts Why We Must Ratıon Health Care Sotomayor Leaves Passion Behind in Her Tesimony Goodbye Iraq, and Good Luck Episcopal Church Moves to End Ban on Gay Bishops Company Settles Case of Reviews It Faked Calpers Sues Over Ratings of Securities The Gyro's History Unfolds Go to Complete List » health issey miyake michael jackson july 3, 2009 cancer palin china obama harry potter modern love Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Home & Garden » An Artist Feathers Her Nest N.Y. / Region » The Children at the Judge’s Bronx School World » Kenya’s Bill for Bloodshed Nears Payment Opinion » Op-Ed: Evil Spirits Keep liquor stores away from Sioux reservation, writes James Abourezk.
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  13. michael
    • 2009 July 16, Su-Hyun Lee, “South Korean Court to Hear Suit From North”, New York Times:
      Timing Your Social Security Benefits For Las Vegas Chefs, the Odds Grow Longer Why We Must Ration Health Care Explorer: 4 Days and 2 Wheels on the Oregon Coast Episcopal Vote Reopens a Door to Gay Bishops Watching Whales Watching Us Go to Complete List » White Man's Last Stand House Health Care Plan Would Boost Taxes on Rich Goldman Reports Big Profit, Beating Forecasts Why We Must Ratıon Health Care Sotomayor Leaves Passion Behind in Her Tesimony Goodbye Iraq, and Good Luck Episcopal Church Moves to End Ban on Gay Bishops Company Settles Case of Reviews It Faked Calpers Sues Over Ratings of Securities The Gyro's History Unfolds Go to Complete List » health issey miyake michael jackson july 3, 2009 cancer palin china obama harry potter modern love Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Home & Garden » An Artist Feathers Her Nest N.Y. / Region » The Children at the Judge’s Bronx School World » Kenya’s Bill for Bloodshed Nears Payment Opinion » Op-Ed: Evil Spirits Keep liquor stores away from Sioux reservation, writes James Abourezk.
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  14. miyake
    • 2009 July 16, Su-Hyun Lee, “South Korean Court to Hear Suit From North”, New York Times:
      Timing Your Social Security Benefits For Las Vegas Chefs, the Odds Grow Longer Why We Must Ration Health Care Explorer: 4 Days and 2 Wheels on the Oregon Coast Episcopal Vote Reopens a Door to Gay Bishops Watching Whales Watching Us Go to Complete List » White Man's Last Stand House Health Care Plan Would Boost Taxes on Rich Goldman Reports Big Profit, Beating Forecasts Why We Must Ratıon Health Care Sotomayor Leaves Passion Behind in Her Tesimony Goodbye Iraq, and Good Luck Episcopal Church Moves to End Ban on Gay Bishops Company Settles Case of Reviews It Faked Calpers Sues Over Ratings of Securities The Gyro's History Unfolds Go to Complete List » health issey miyake michael jackson july 3, 2009 cancer palin china obama harry potter modern love Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Home & Garden » An Artist Feathers Her Nest N.Y. / Region » The Children at the Judge’s Bronx School World » Kenya’s Bill for Bloodshed Nears Payment Opinion » Op-Ed: Evil Spirits Keep liquor stores away from Sioux reservation, writes James Abourezk.
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  15. nonphysician
    • 2009 July 16, “Seeking Ways Out of the Health Maze”, New York Times:
      “Two Sides to Every Health Care Debate” serves as a microcosm of what is wrong with the dialogue on health care: nonphysician experts each offering inflexible, oversimplified, dogmatic solutions to isolated parts of an infinitely complex problem.
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  16. opzn
  17. oversharing
    • 2009 July 16, Amy Virshup, “Newly Released Books”, New York Times:
      Several of this month’s selections are studded with stuff — blogs, text messages , oversharing teenagers posting to Web sites, flash drives that hold key pieces of evidence — that lets us know they’re of the moment.
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  18. palin
    • 2009 July 16, Su-Hyun Lee, “South Korean Court to Hear Suit From North”, New York Times:
      Timing Your Social Security Benefits For Las Vegas Chefs, the Odds Grow Longer Why We Must Ration Health Care Explorer: 4 Days and 2 Wheels on the Oregon Coast Episcopal Vote Reopens a Door to Gay Bishops Watching Whales Watching Us Go to Complete List » White Man's Last Stand House Health Care Plan Would Boost Taxes on Rich Goldman Reports Big Profit, Beating Forecasts Why We Must Ratıon Health Care Sotomayor Leaves Passion Behind in Her Tesimony Goodbye Iraq, and Good Luck Episcopal Church Moves to End Ban on Gay Bishops Company Settles Case of Reviews It Faked Calpers Sues Over Ratings of Securities The Gyro's History Unfolds Go to Complete List » health issey miyake michael jackson july 3, 2009 cancer palin china obama harry potter modern love Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Home & Garden » An Artist Feathers Her Nest N.Y. / Region » The Children at the Judge’s Bronx School World » Kenya’s Bill for Bloodshed Nears Payment Opinion » Op-Ed: Evil Spirits Keep liquor stores away from Sioux reservation, writes James Abourezk.
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  19. playwear
    • 2009 July 16, Cintra Wilson, “That Sexy Stuff Won’t Fly Here”, New York Times:
      CARNI The Marni label, already established as a right turn away from sex, delivers more candy-colored playwear for the fashionably hardy and fun-inclined with a fall collection guaranteed to delight some and perplex others.
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  20. postsex
    • 2009 July 16, Cintra Wilson, “That Sexy Stuff Won’t Fly Here”, New York Times:
      Consuelo Castiglioni, the designer behind Marni, seems to be on a deliberate mission to bend fashion in a postsex direction.
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  21. postviral
  22. ruffley
    • 2009 July 16, Cintra Wilson, “That Sexy Stuff Won’t Fly Here”, New York Times:
      It’s basically shapeless, with a ruffley collar that ties diagonally across the front.
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  23. semicontrolled
    • 2009 July 16, Stephen Treffinger, “Cut Your Carbon Footprint, Too”, New York Times:
      The mower leaves the base and maneuvers in a semicontrolled pattern until all the grass is mowed.
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  24. sz
    • 2009 July 16, Su-Hyun Lee, “South Korean Court to Hear Suit From North”, New York Times:
      Past Coverage South Korea Says Freighter From North Turns Back (July 7, 2009) North Koreans Condemn U.S. And Sanctions At Huge Rally (June 26, 2009) YEONPYEONG ISLAND JOURNAL; In Clash Between Koreas, Fishermen Feel First Bite (June 24, 2009) GLOBALSOCCER; Koreas Advance Together, but Not in Unity (June 19, 2009) Related Searches South Korea Get E-Mail Alerts North Korea Get E-Mail Alerts Suits and Litigation Get E-Mail Alerts Wills and Estates Get E-Mail Alerts Next Article in World (4 of 34) » <A HREF="http://ad.doubleclick.net/jump/N5092.newyorktimes/B3669393.4;sz=300x250;ord=2009.07.16.06.00.40?"
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  25. taxodium
    • 2009 July 16, Penelope Green, “Feathering Her Nest”, New York Times:
      It was a bright July morning, and she was showing off her garden, a “Through the Looking Glass” landscape of taxodium, cryptomeria and juniper, alliums, corkscrew grass and ostrich ferns — foliage shaped like her poultry’s plumage, it must be pointed out, or in fetching spiral shapes (the better to baffle the hawks kiting opportunistically above) — and introducing the flock, which includes 15 hens.
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  26. trialists
    • 2009 July 16, Juliet Macur, “Wiggins Erases the Bitterness of 2007 Tour”, New York Times:
      “I’m not surprised that he’s doing so well because he’s one of the best climbers and one of the best time trialists in the world,” Vande Velde said of Wiggins.
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  27. undervirilize
    • 2009 July 16, Nicholas D. Kristof, “Chemicals and Our Health”, New York Times:
      “Commonly used phthalates may undervirilize humans,” concluded a study by the University of Rochester.
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  28. undescended
    • 2009 July 16, Nicholas D. Kristof, “Chemicals and Our Health”, New York Times:
      Some endocrinologists refer to the “phthalate syndrome,” including hypospadias and undescended testicles.
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