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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-19 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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2009-07-19[edit]

  1. acrophobe
    • 2009 July 19, Lizette Alvarez, “Whee! Also, There’s a Net”, New York Times:
      Pass the chalk. Dr. Levine was there with a friend and fellow psychiatrist (detect a pattern?), Alexa Albert, Coco’s mother, who squinted up into the sun as her daughter effortlessly sailed skyward. Dr. Albert is an acrophobe.
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  2. alledgedly
    • 2009 July 19, Joshua Hammer, “Rooting Out Evil”, New York Times:
      A classic Big Man, he plastered his image on bank notes, ordered his portrait hung in offices and shops, enriched tribal cronies and alledgedly stashed billions of dollars in his overseas bank accounts.
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  3. allenwoodgeneralstore
    • 2009 July 19, Kelly Feeney, “Classic Fare, Modern Chocolate”, New York Times:
      Open Monday through Saturday, 5 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.; allenwoodgeneralstore
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  4. andthe
    • 2009 July 19, Adam Lebor, “Neocons vs. Realists”, New York Times:
      The co-author of his new book, “Myths, Illusions, and Peace,” is David Makovsky, a fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy andthe author of “Making Peace with the PLO.”
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  5. aptocrats
    • 2009 July 19, “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Aptitude”, New York Times:
      The young aptocrats who think that the SATs measure their worth are perhaps more likely to be flummoxed when the real learning required by college is harder than choosing the right answer on a test or satisfying a teacher.
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  6. aristrocrat
    • 2009 July 19, Stephanie Rosenbloom, “Tightening Belts? She’s the Expert”, New York Times:
      She married her boyfriend, Prince Egon von Furstenberg, a Swiss-born aristrocrat, and followed him to New York.
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  7. bargello
    • 2009 July 19, Christopher Gray, “Popeye Slept Here and Now Olive Oyl Can, Too”, New York Times:
      You drink your Stella Artois on a settee covered in a faded bargello fabric, next to the D.J.’s console, which mimics a Napoleonic-era Egyptian-revival daybed, under the gaze of stuffed pheasants and a bighorn sheep, with walls covered with paintings of an antique cast.
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  8. campery
    • 2009 July 19, Mark Gevisser, “South African Rites”, New York Times:
      But she made no secret of her disappointment at our lack of campery.
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  9. capsula *
    • 2009 July 19, Christopher Benfey, “Science and the Sublime”, New York Times:
      “I could not contemplate the delicate conformation of its roots, leaves and capsula, without admiration.”
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  10. catsand
    • 2009 July 19, Randy Cohen, “Nesting Blues”, New York Times:
      He mentions the damage “feral pigs, rats, catsand goats” have done to island ecosystems.
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  11. chauffeuses
    • 2009 July 19, Joe Queenan, “Escort Service”, New York Times:
      But literary escorts are not simply chauffeuses; they are coaches, reconnaissance experts, debriefers, psychologists, comrades in arms.
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  12. cocktailery
    • 2009 July 19, Jonathan Miles, “Tequila, From the Pews”, New York Times:
      Two years ago, in this space, I noted the burst in creative attention being paid to tequila, and cited for particular praise a young bartender named Philip Ward, at the East Village cocktailery Death & Company.
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  13. coffe *
    • 2009 July 19, Adam Lebor, “Neocons vs. Realists”, New York Times:
      Watching President Obama in a Baghdad coffe shop, June 4, 2009.
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  14. comicbook
    • 2009 July 19, George Gene Gustines, “Reunited, and It Feels So Super”, New York Times:
      Given the complexity of the process, Image’s many die-hard fans—readers who helped it grow from a tiny upstart to one of the country’s largest comicbook publishers — may be concerned that Image United, whose first issue is due in November, will fall behind schedule.
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  15. conferenced
    • 2009 July 19, Francesca Segrtitle=Zoe Winkler and Robert Reinis, New York Times[1]:
      The future Fonz-in-law conferenced the call to Mrs. Winkler, who had been circling their daughter’s apartment, waiting for the word. Ms. Winkler, still in pajamas and screaming with joy, then rushed down to her mother’s waiting car to show her the ring.
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  16. debriefers
    • 2009 July 19, Joe Queenan, “Escort Service”, New York Times:
      But literary escorts are not simply chauffeuses; they are coaches, reconnaissance experts, debriefers, psychologists, comrades in arms.
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  17. desserty
    • 2009 July 19, Jonathan Miles, “Tequila, From the Pews”, New York Times:
      The cocoa-infused tequila is also the base for a desserty drink called the El Tejate, in which it’s shaken with chipotle-infused tequila and sweetened condensed milk to evoke the classic Mexican marriage of chilies and chocolate.
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  18. downsloping
    • 2009 July 19, Christopher Clarey, “Fisher Is in Contention, That Is, if He Sticks Around to Play”, New York Times:
      In both cases, he paid for it with a bogey, but there would be plenty of reassuring news down the stretch as Fisher beautifully negotiated the brutal 16th hole, where the green has a downsloping front lip that has sent plenty of shots into the creek.
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  19. expdate
    • 2009 July 19, Michelle Higgins, “Friendly Skies? Not for Pet Owners”, 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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  20. explong
  21. findthose
    • 2009 July 19, Randy Cohen, “Nesting Blues”, New York Times:
      As I suspect you know, you may strive to attract bluebirds, as some people admirably do to protect that species, but you may not smash sparrows’ nests simply because you findthose birds “undesirable” — that is, unattractive.
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  22. fireballer
    • 2009 July 19, Jonathan Eig, “A Fastball Wrapped in a Riddle”, New York Times:
      “The fledgling fireballer mowed down batters like tenpins at a bowling alley,” he writes at one point.
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  23. flautas *
    • 2009 July 19, Brian Stelter, “One Happy Uncle”, New York Times:
      “I get to be Uncle Cody,” he said, beaming in between bites of flautas, at Los Dos Molinos near Gramercy Park, while scrolling through photos of her on his BlackBerry.
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  24. geezersphere
    • 2009 July 19, William Safire, “Vogue-Word Watch”, New York Times:
      The geezersphere will remember the previous vogue use of model to describe the willowy women on whom clothes designers draped their creations.
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  25. genelike
    • 2009 July 19, Steve Lohr, “The Crowd Is Wise (When It’s Focused)”, New York Times:
      They studied the genelike building blocks in more than 250 examples of collective intelligence enabled by the Web. The intent, they write, is to provide a systematic framework for thinking about collective intelligence, so “managers can do more than just look at examples and hope for inspiration.”
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  26. goto *
  27. grandparenthood
    • 2009 July 19, Ariel Sabar, “A Time to Put Aside the Armor”, New York Times:
      At first I wrote it off to the simpler protocols of grandparenthood, with its premium on uncomplicated gestures of generosity and love.
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  28. grinningly
    • 2009 July 19, Terrence Rafferty, “On the Screen, the Shrink Has Shrunk”, New York Times:
      (1991) savors the spectacle of a psychiatrist’s descent into gibbering idiocy, and the triumph of the persistent, multiphobic, cheerfully manipulative analysand named Bob. It’s very funny — Bob is played by Bill Murray at his most unhinged, the psychiatrist by Richard Dreyfuss at his most grinningly uptight — but it’s a little creepy too.
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  29. guaranties
    • 2009 July 19, Robert J. Shiller, “Financial Invention vs. Consumer Protection”, New York Times:
      These mortgages permitted people with bad credit histories to buy homes, without relying on guaranties from government agencies like the Federal Housing Administration .
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  30. habichuelas
  31. india *
    • 2009 July 19, “Off the Beaten Path, Surrounded by Rebels”, New York Times:
      By Degrees: A New Enforcer in Buildings, the Energy Inspector Walter Cronkite, 92, Dies; Trusted Voice of TV News David Brooks: No Size Fits All Go to Complete List » Walter Cronkite, Iconic Anchor, Is Dead The Joy of Sachs Amazon Erases Orwell Books From Kindle Devices Police Fire Tear Gas Outside Friday Prayers in Tehran Illegal, and Pointless Bank of America Reports Profit on Trading Gains 'Cronkite' Meant the News Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit Marijuana Is Gateway Drug for Two Debates State Tax Revenues at Record Low, Rockefeller Institute Finds Go to Complete List » cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson obama china modern love health care india harry potter sotomayor Go to Complete List » Gretchen Morgenson recommends Also in Times People »
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  32. jackson *
    • 2009 July 19, “Off the Beaten Path, Surrounded by Rebels”, New York Times:
      By Degrees: A New Enforcer in Buildings, the Energy Inspector Walter Cronkite, 92, Dies; Trusted Voice of TV News David Brooks: No Size Fits All Go to Complete List » Walter Cronkite, Iconic Anchor, Is Dead The Joy of Sachs Amazon Erases Orwell Books From Kindle Devices Police Fire Tear Gas Outside Friday Prayers in Tehran Illegal, and Pointless Bank of America Reports Profit on Trading Gains 'Cronkite' Meant the News Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit Marijuana Is Gateway Drug for Two Debates State Tax Revenues at Record Low, Rockefeller Institute Finds Go to Complete List » cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson obama china modern love health care india harry potter sotomayor Go to Complete List » Gretchen Morgenson recommends Also in Times People »
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  33. july *
    • 2009 July 19, “Off the Beaten Path, Surrounded by Rebels”, New York Times:
      By Degrees: A New Enforcer in Buildings, the Energy Inspector Walter Cronkite, 92, Dies; Trusted Voice of TV News David Brooks: No Size Fits All Go to Complete List » Walter Cronkite, Iconic Anchor, Is Dead The Joy of Sachs Amazon Erases Orwell Books From Kindle Devices Police Fire Tear Gas Outside Friday Prayers in Tehran Illegal, and Pointless Bank of America Reports Profit on Trading Gains 'Cronkite' Meant the News Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit Marijuana Is Gateway Drug for Two Debates State Tax Revenues at Record Low, Rockefeller Institute Finds Go to Complete List » cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson obama china modern love health care india harry potter sotomayor Go to Complete List » Gretchen Morgenson recommends Also in Times People »
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  34. leatheriest
    • 2009 July 19, Jennifer Schuessler, “Inside the List”, New York Times:
      The book is half rollicking adventure tale, half training manual, though even the leatheriest ultramarathoner might find the Tarahumara training diet of ground corn spiked with barbecued mice challenging.
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  35. litigations
    • 2009 July 19, David Segal, “A Matter of Opinion?”, New York Times:
      “Look, for the client’s interest, I very much hope that we can get rid of these litigations on motions for dismissal,” he says.
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  36. littlerole
    • 2009 July 19, Gretchen Reynolds, “Going All Out”, New York Times:
      Until recently, most researchers would have said that the brain played littlerole in determining how hard we can exercise.
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  37. michael
    • 2009 July 19, “Off the Beaten Path, Surrounded by Rebels”, New York Times:
      By Degrees: A New Enforcer in Buildings, the Energy Inspector Walter Cronkite, 92, Dies; Trusted Voice of TV News David Brooks: No Size Fits All Go to Complete List » Walter Cronkite, Iconic Anchor, Is Dead The Joy of Sachs Amazon Erases Orwell Books From Kindle Devices Police Fire Tear Gas Outside Friday Prayers in Tehran Illegal, and Pointless Bank of America Reports Profit on Trading Gains 'Cronkite' Meant the News Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit Marijuana Is Gateway Drug for Two Debates State Tax Revenues at Record Low, Rockefeller Institute Finds Go to Complete List » cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson obama china modern love health care india harry potter sotomayor Go to Complete List » Gretchen Morgenson recommends Also in Times People »
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  38. minitrampoline
    • 2009 July 19, The Associated Press, “Ski Training Site Gets Gold Medal Reviews”, New York Times:
      Part of Ligety’s rehabilitation included balancing on his right leg on an unstable platform while tossing a ball against a minitrampoline and catching it.
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  39. mrd
  40. multiphobic
    • 2009 July 19, Terrence Rafferty, “On the Screen, the Shrink Has Shrunk”, New York Times:
      (1991) savors the spectacle of a psychiatrist’s descent into gibbering idiocy, and the triumph of the persistent, multiphobic, cheerfully manipulative analysand named Bob. It’s very funny — Bob is played by Bill Murray at his most unhinged, the psychiatrist by Richard Dreyfuss at his most grinningly uptight — but it’s a little creepy too.
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  41. nonhouse
  42. nonprint
    • 2009 July 19, Virginia Heffernan, “Bibliovision”, New York Times:
      Refresh your memory with Wikipedia ’s helpful entry on “ fictional books from nonprint media .”
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  43. nonsignatory
    • 2009 July 19, “Trade and Climate”, New York Times:
      In the absence of a system of import duties related to carbon, industries with high emissions might relocate to nonsignatory countries to save money.
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  44. noodlings
    • 2009 July 19, Mick Sussman, “Nonfiction Chronicle”, New York Times:
      Her parents remained members in good standing of an inner circle that Tamm portrays as slavishly devoted to gratifying Chinmoy’s ego, turning over their money and emotional lives, competing for glimmers of his attention, denouncing heretics and swooning over his poetic, artistic and musical noodlings.
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  45. nuggetlike
  46. onclick
    • 2009 July 19, Michelle Higgins, “Friendly Skies? Not for Pet Owners”, 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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  47. onfocus
  48. opzn
  49. overskirt
    • 2009 July 19, Anita Gates, “Goofy Fun, With Dapper Men”, New York Times:
      Agnès’s dress is very attractive too, but the overskirt did remind me of some old Ralph Lauren sheets I used to have.
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  50. passagiatta
    • 2009 July 19, Jillian Dunham, “At Every Turn, the Tastes of Italy”, New York Times:
      5 P.M. If you’re feeling the need for a post-gorging passagiatta, East 187th Street is filled with men sitting at tables in front of “social clubs,” smoking and taking their coffee in a relaxed fashion.
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  51. pepitas
  52. pomme *
    • 2009 July 19, Emily Denitto, “Great Expectations and the Denouement”, New York Times:
      The pomme salad may have been a bit skimpy, but the waiter came over to make sure we had enough bread and butter to go along with it.
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  53. pomodoro *
    • 2009 July 19, Emily Denitto, “Great Expectations and the Denouement”, New York Times:
      The spaghetti pomodoro rosa, cooked al dente with a gently spiced sauce, was a bit too sophisticated for the children, but the server had warned us to go for the half-portion.
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  54. portholed
    • 2009 July 19, Christopher Gray, “Popeye Slept Here and Now Olive Oyl Can, Too”, New York Times:
      Mr. MacPherson is one of four partners who decided to make a virtue of its vices, reimagining the old sailor’s retreat as the Jane Hotel and offering the podlike rooms at $99 per night. Mr. MacPherson and Mr. Goode also built the Bowery Hotel and renovated the portholed Maritime Hotel, at 16th and Ninth Avenue, built in the 1960s for sailors.
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  55. postdraft
  56. prepurchase
    • 2009 July 19, Robin Finn, “Long Island: Prevention and Intervention”, New York Times:
      Prevention is a primary strategy of Ms. Garvin’s group, which offers monthly foreclosure-prevention counseling and prepurchase seminars in Freeport.
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  57. quaaludes
    • 2009 July 19, Anita Gates, “Goofy Fun, With Dapper Men”, New York Times:
      Agnès, the young intended bride, is played with charming obliviousness by Erin Partin , sort of like the young Goldie Hawn on quaaludes.
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  58. quasiclassical
    • 2009 July 19, Jon Pareles, “For McCartney, a New Stage to Call His Own”, New York Times:
      At Citi Field, the delicacy of “Yesterday” and “Blackbird,” the near-gospel of “Hey Jude,” the mandolin-strumming skiffle of “Dance Tonight,” the quasiclassical string parts of “Eleanor Rigby” (digitally simulated) and the lusty blues-rock of “Let Me Roll It” were all part of Mr. McCartney’s music, and all performed neatly and deftly. Mr. McCartney keeps his songs familiar; his band members barely deviated from the solos played by the Beatles and Wings.
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  59. readerly
    • 2009 July 19, Carlo Rotella, “The Genre Artist”, New York Times:
      It was an extraordinary display of true readerly love — a bunch of buffs giving a contemporary genre writer the Shakespearean variorum treatment on their own time.
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  60. relatability
    • 2009 July 19, Jon Caramanica, “Tween Princess, Tweaked”, New York Times:
      But where in the not-too-distant past that would have meant she was an automaton of joy and relatability, Ms. Lovato is already proving to be far more intriguing, and far less predictable.
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  61. retousling
  62. ricketiest
    • 2009 July 19, The Associated Press, “Injured on the Track, but a Race Goes On”, New York Times:
      “When I got hurt, there were a lot of people coming to the racetrack in really, really shoddy equipment, asking me questions that I couldn’t even answer, showing up in just the ricketiest vans and everything else,” Gwynn said.
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  63. semihard
    • 2009 July 19, Frank Bruni, “I Was a Baby Bulimic”, New York Times:
      There was the cone with vanilla ice cream and a semihard hood of nut-sprinkled chocolate over that.
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  64. semiobscure
    • 2009 July 19, Carlo Rotella, “The Genre Artist”, New York Times:
      It’s a literary tribute album, in effect, on which reliable earners acknowledge the influence of a respectably semiobscure national treasure by covering his songs.
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  65. sexcapades
    • 2009 July 19, Frank Rich, “They Got Some ’Splainin’ to Do”, New York Times:
      This moral abdication still puts him on a higher plane than Coburn, who has been a murky broker in Ensign’s sexcapades.
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  66. shaggies
    • 2009 July 19, Alex Williams, “Taking a Tesla for a Status Check in New York”, New York Times:
      The young shaggies on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg played it cool when I parked there, which was not shocking, given their frequent encounters with the unusual.
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  67. sheapshead
    • 2009 July 19, Alan Feuer, “Love the One You Were With?”, New York Times:
      public enemies sheapshead bay sat night y did u leave early public enemies I was wit my girl u was wit ur man
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  68. sizzlingly
  69. snakeproof
    • 2009 July 19, Randy Cohen, “Nesting Blues”, New York Times:
      This included a squirrel- and snakeproof bluebird house, special tasty food (which entailed keeping mealworms in my refrigerator), available water and other amenities.
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  70. sofrito *
  71. somnifer *
    • 2009 July 19, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “Daytime Lullaby”, New York Times:
      I can only wonder what it’s like to be so well rested, to know that the deep pool of sleep within you — the somnifer, I suppose it’s called — is filled to the brim.
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  72. sotomayor
    • 2009 July 19, “Off the Beaten Path, Surrounded by Rebels”, New York Times:
      By Degrees: A New Enforcer in Buildings, the Energy Inspector Walter Cronkite, 92, Dies; Trusted Voice of TV News David Brooks: No Size Fits All Go to Complete List » Walter Cronkite, Iconic Anchor, Is Dead The Joy of Sachs Amazon Erases Orwell Books From Kindle Devices Police Fire Tear Gas Outside Friday Prayers in Tehran Illegal, and Pointless Bank of America Reports Profit on Trading Gains 'Cronkite' Meant the News Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit Marijuana Is Gateway Drug for Two Debates State Tax Revenues at Record Low, Rockefeller Institute Finds Go to Complete List » cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson obama china modern love health care india harry potter sotomayor Go to Complete List » Gretchen Morgenson recommends Also in Times People »
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  73. speedballer
  74. strategizer
    • 2009 July 19, Sarah Lyall, “What’s So Funny About War?”, New York Times:
      It has long been assumed that Malcolm is based on Alastair Campbell , former Prime Minister Tony Blair ’s all-powerful strategizer, spokesman and interference blocker.
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  75. superheroism
    • 2009 July 19, Marilyn Stasio, “Death in the Dust Bowl”, New York Times:
      But it isn’t her feats of superheroism that give the story its chilly sense of reality; it’s her casual acceptance of the almost universal corruption of everyone who lives in her world.
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  76. supermart
    • 2009 July 19, “What’s That Got to Do With Mr. Murtha?”, New York Times:
      Taxpayers should press the question of what all this has to do with Mr. Murtha (who has also used his gavel to create a luxury supermart of defense contractors in his Pennsylvania district).
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  77. suzette
  78. sz
  79. trapezed
  80. trapezing
    • 2009 July 19, Lizette Alvarez, “Whee! Also, There’s a Net”, New York Times:
      She lives in Seattle and has made outdoor trapezing in New York a yearly pilgrimage.
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  81. unbellicose
    • 2009 July 19, David M. Kennedy, “What History Is Good For”, New York Times:
      Small wonder that history has become such a hotly contested battleground, or that otherwise unbellicose professors are so often pressed into front-line service in the culture wars.
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  82. yeastiness
    • 2009 July 19, Frank Bruni, “Foie Gras Palates, Hot Dog Pocketbooks”, New York Times:
      You, no doubt, will come to your own conclusion, based on yeastiness and maybe “crumb factor” and possibly “hole-to-dough ratio.”
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  83. yukked
    • 2009 July 19, George Vecsey, “A Hall of Fame for a Legendary Fastball Pitcher”, New York Times:
      Take it from somebody who was there that night; after the game, the Yankees stars all yukked it up in the clubhouse, imitating each other’s bailout moves.
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