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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-22 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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2009-07-22[edit]

  1. ayurveda
  2. bruschettas
    • 2009 July 22, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      ORGANIKA The name of this Greenwich Village spot, which opened on July 21, does not even hint at an Italian menu: it’s the name Marcello Assante, the owner, devised before he hired Melissa Muller, left, to be the chef. Ms. Muller, who was the chef and an owner of Gallo Nero in Clinton, has put together a menu of bruschettas, pizzas, panini and pastas.
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  3. budgeters
    • 2009 July 22, Jennifer Steinhauer, “Pinch of Reality Threatens the California Dream”, New York Times:
      It also led to the onset of a culture of ballot initiatives that have hamstrung state budgeters by earmarking money for programs with one vote and taking away the ability to pay for them with others.
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  4. bureks
    • 2009 July 22, “A Variety of Tastes Fit for a Baron”, New York Times:
      DUKAGJINI BUREKTORJA Albanian and Kosovan versions of the filled savory pastries known as bureks: 758 Lydig Avenue; (718) 822-8955.
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  5. cemita
  6. chumiles
    • 2009 July 22, Melena Ryzik, “A Bronx Star Without Pinstripes”, New York Times:
      Do they ever cook with chumiles, a tiny, fragrant insect sometimes used in salsa?
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  7. coiffuring
    • 2009 July 22, Melena Ryzik, “A Bronx Star Without Pinstripes”, New York Times:
      In “Friend or Pho,” there is a Larry David -esque leap from a fake commercial for the “Ride ’N Did,” a coiffuring contraption attached to the P-Rex (“Get your hair done while you’re driving!”), to a montage of the Baron gobbling Vietnamese food, to the appearance of Burgomeister Burger, an evil nemesis with a shifting German accent (played by Joe Bly, Mr. Fornal’s other videographer).
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  8. domestiques *
    • 2009 July 22, Michael Barry, “Calibrating Dreams for Smaller Glories”, New York Times:
      Their domestiques, who were once capable leaders on rival teams, have found new roles in the Astana hierarchy.
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  9. endcap
    • 2009 July 22, Motoko Rich, “Target Can Make Sleepy Titles Into Best Sellers”, New York Times:
      Another endcap featured Breakout books under a sign that read “Hand-Picked Titles From Emerging Authors” and showed a picture of a small chick pecking its way out of a broken eggshell.
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  10. endcaps
    • 2009 July 22, Motoko Rich, “Target Can Make Sleepy Titles Into Best Sellers”, New York Times:
      Books in the book club and Breakout program are set apart on so-called endcaps — narrower shelves that stand at the front or end of aisles — with specially designed signs.
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  11. filetti *
    • 2009 July 22, Oliver Schwaner-Albright, “The Oven Cools, for Now”, New York Times:
      Mr. Mangieri’s trademark filetti pizza, with cherry tomatoes , will remain on the menu.
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  12. gelateria *
    • 2009 July 22, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      GOLOSI A branch of this Roman-style gelateria, but without the pizza that is served in the original location near Grand Central Terminal, opened on July 17: 325 Fifth Avenue (33rd Street), (212) 685-2059.
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  13. golimumab
    • 2009 July 22, Reuters, “For Merck, Asthma Drug Helps Offset Earnings Fall”, New York Times:
      It will acquire a number of valuable drugs, including Remicade, a promising arthritis treatment called Simponi (golimumab) and a potential blockbuster drug to prevent blood clots that is now in late-stage studies.
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  14. gorditas
    • 2009 July 22, Dan Saltzstein, “The Makings for Authentic Tortillas”, New York Times:
      Irma Morales stops by every morning for tortillas, and occasionally masa for tamales and gorditas.
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  15. harina *
    • 2009 July 22, Dan Saltzstein, “The Makings for Authentic Tortillas”, New York Times:
      There’s been no place to buy masa in New York, so even the best Mexican chefs use the dried and powdered version — called harina.
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  16. inchlong
    • 2009 July 22, Mark Bittman, “Miso-Ginger Dressing”, New York Times:
      1 inchlong piece fresh ginger, cut into coins
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  17. masa *
    • 2009 July 22, Dan Saltzstein, “The Makings for Authentic Tortillas”, New York Times:
      Ignacio Carballido, an owner of Casa Mezcal, a Mexican restaurant and cultural center that is set to open soon on the Lower East Side, said he hopes to buy Nixtamal masa for tortillas.
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  18. milanesa *
  19. nixtamalization
  20. nonholiday
    • 2009 July 22, Brad Stone, “Sales Drive Robust Quarter for Apple”, New York Times:
      Apple recorded its best nonholiday quarter ever when other electronics makers were hurting because of a downturn in consumer spending.
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  21. pambazo
    • 2009 July 22, Melena Ryzik, “A Bronx Star Without Pinstripes”, New York Times:
      Back in the kitchen at Xochimilco, Mr. Mata gave the Baron a taste of papalo, a cilantro-like herb with a spicy lime flavor that is used in a pambazo, a sandwich of chorizo, potatoes and red sauce-soaked bread.
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  22. papalo
    • 2009 July 22, Melena Ryzik, “A Bronx Star Without Pinstripes”, New York Times:
      Back in the kitchen at Xochimilco, Mr. Mata gave the Baron a taste of papalo, a cilantro-like herb with a spicy lime flavor that is used in a pambazo, a sandwich of chorizo, potatoes and red sauce-soaked bread.
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  23. pizzaiolo *
    • 2009 July 22, Oliver Schwaner-Albright, “The Oven Cools, for Now”, New York Times:
      But for him, the pizzaiolo is the pizzeria.
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  24. productivist
  25. superexpensive
    • 2009 July 22, Andrew Pollack, “Costly Drugs Known as Biologics Prompt Exclusivity Debate”, New York Times:
      A bitter Congressional fight over the cost of superexpensive biotechnology drugs has come down to a single, hotly debated number: How many years should makers of those drugs be exempt from generic competition?
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  26. twiddly
    • 2009 July 22, Dwight Garner, “Memories of a Train Wreck Diverted”, New York Times:
      Despite its title, “The Big Rewind” is not another twiddly memoir about growing up stuck to the tube, inhaling too much “Brady Bunch” and “Gilligan’s Island” and pondering life’s essential mysteries, like whether it would be better to be locked in a ship’s galley overnight with Mary Ann or Ginger.
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  27. unstageable

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