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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-23 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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2009-07-23[edit]

  1. australe *
    • 2009 July 23, Anne Raver, “A Design Sprouted From Aged Ruins”, New York Times:
      Himalayan blue poppies (Meconopsis betonicifolia), which also bloom here, and Himalayan rhubarb (Rheum australe), whose big sculptural leaves need cool conditions and moist, rich soil, would not make it there, either.
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  2. betonicifolia
    • 2009 July 23, Anne Raver, “A Design Sprouted From Aged Ruins”, New York Times:
      Himalayan blue poppies (Meconopsis betonicifolia), which also bloom here, and Himalayan rhubarb (Rheum australe), whose big sculptural leaves need cool conditions and moist, rich soil, would not make it there, either.
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  3. cellphoning
    • 2009 July 23, “The Truth About Cars and Cellphones”, New York Times:
      That information — including estimates that cellphoning drivers caused 955 fatalities and 240,000 accidents in 2002 — was finally pried loose this week by a freedom of information lawsuit.
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  4. crumblingest
    • 2009 July 23, Michelle Slatalla, “Taking High Anxiety to Another Level”, New York Times:
      That’s how I found myself, a day after the dreaded (though beautiful!) headlands long march, on the edge of the scariest, crumblingest, steepest cliff I have ever seen even in a Hitchcock movie.
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  5. crushproof
    • 2009 July 23, Rik Fairlie, “Cameras for Going Off the Deep End”, New York Times:
      Rugged ratings: Waterproof (33 feet); shockproof (6.6 feet); freeze-proof (14 degrees); crushproof (220 pounds of pressure)
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  6. decoupaged
    • 2009 July 23, Steven Kurutz, “Acres of Antiques, and on a Spree”, New York Times:
      At one stand, he found a dressmaker’s mannequin decoupaged with cutout photos of Marilyn Monroe .
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  7. diethlyene
  8. drumless
  9. durior
    • 2009 July 23, Anne Raver, “A Design Sprouted From Aged Ruins”, New York Times:
      They could also grow Dutchman’s pipe vine (Aristolochia durior), which Mr. Noble has trained into a voluptuous curtain of heart-shaped leaves that grow up the wall of the deck.
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  10. dustproof
  11. eryngium
    • 2009 July 23, Anne Raver, “A Design Sprouted From Aged Ruins”, New York Times:
      There are dark blue delphiniums and sapphire-blue eryngium and mounding plants like Artemisia ludoviciana Valerie Finnis with silvery foliage.
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  12. flappy
    • 2009 July 23, Mike Albo, “A Neighborhood for Aspirations”, New York Times:
      Two adorable fashion boys eagerly welcomed us, one in a schoolboy outfit and the other floating around in a flappy white smock-cape.
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  13. gelateria *
    • 2009 July 23, Mike Albo, “A Neighborhood for Aspirations”, New York Times:
      The area already has a gelateria and a catchy name: BelDel. (How much do you want to bet this was headband girl’s text message: “Iced caps in BelDel 2pm!”)
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  14. intercamp
  15. intestinally
    • 2009 July 23, Andrew Adam Newman, “For Those Who Want Their Cereal Extra Manly”, New York Times:
      WHEATIES, invented accidentally when a health clinician in Minneapolis who was simmering bran gruel for intestinally distressed patients spilled it onto a hot stove and it dried into flakes, was introduced by the Washburn Crosby Company (now General Mills ) in 1924.
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  16. kamtschaticum
    • 2009 July 23, Anne Raver, “A Design Sprouted From Aged Ruins”, New York Times:
      Sedums like Bailey’s Gold (Sedum kamtschaticum Weihenstephaner Gold), which was rambling over a weathered elm trunk, would do fine in southern New York.
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  17. ludoviciana
    • 2009 July 23, Anne Raver, “A Design Sprouted From Aged Ruins”, New York Times:
      There are dark blue delphiniums and sapphire-blue eryngium and mounding plants like Artemisia ludoviciana Valerie Finnis with silvery foliage.
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  18. odiamond
  19. oheart
  20. pincering
  21. precrisis
    • 2009 July 23, Richard Beales And Dwight Cass, “Goldman Relents, but Not Chase”, New York Times:
      The administration will introduce legislation next week to bring derivatives dealers — even currently unregulated or lightly regulated entities, like precrisis A.I.G. Financial Products — under stronger regulatory authority.
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  22. puntarelle
    • 2009 July 23, Anne Raver, “A Design Sprouted From Aged Ruins”, New York Times:
      That night, Mr. Tatum served puntarelle, a bitter Italian green, just picked, tossed with lemon, olive oil and anchovies.
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  23. quiero *
    • 2009 July 23, The Associated Press, “Gidget, Star of Taco Bell Ads, Is Dead”, New York Times:
      In a 1997 Taco Bell television commercial, Gidget was seen as a male dog who proclaims: “Yo quiero Taco Bell,” Spanish for "I want Taco Bell.”
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  24. restructures *
    • 2009 July 23, “CIT on the Verge”, New York Times:
      As CIT restructures, whole swaths of its operations could be sold to competitors.
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  25. rochebruneanum
    • 2009 July 23, Anne Raver, “A Design Sprouted From Aged Ruins”, New York Times:
      He planted screens of Norway spruce and tall sumac, and began to turn the old vegetable garden into a rhythmic mix of shrubs and perennials, juxtaposing purple-leafed barberries and sand cherries against towering joe-pye weed and airy meadow rue (Thalictrum rochebruneanum Lavender Mist), both of which have purple stems.
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  26. sclub
  27. shockproofing
    • 2009 July 23, Rik Fairlie, “Cameras for Going Off the Deep End”, New York Times:
      A successor, the W80, will soon be available with higher resolution and better shockproofing, but it was not available for testing.
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  28. sspade
  29. supersmall
    • 2009 July 23, Claire Cain Miller, “Mom-and-Pop Operators Turn to Social Media”, New York Times:
      “We think of these social media tools as being in the realm of the sophisticated, multiplatform marketers like Coca-Cola and McDonald’s , but a lot of these supersmall businesses are gravitating toward them because they are accessible, free and very simple,” said Greg Sterling , an analyst who studies the Internet’s influence on shopping and local businesses.
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  30. tightie
    • 2009 July 23, Mike Albo, “A Neighborhood for Aspirations”, New York Times:
      A flash drive tucked inside a mink tail was $311, and a pair of tightie whitie briefs by Peter Weismann, a young German designer, was $325.
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  31. ulamas
    • 2009 July 23, Norimitsu Onishi, “Extremist Ideas Survive Crackdown in Indonesia”, New York Times:
      “It would be very difficult to start questioning ulamas from these schools,” said a senior Indonesian counterterrorism official, referring to Islamic scholars at the schools and speaking on the condition of anonymity because he was not allowed to speak to the media.
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  32. uncollectible
  33. whitie
    • 2009 July 23, Mike Albo, “A Neighborhood for Aspirations”, New York Times:
      A flash drive tucked inside a mink tail was $311, and a pair of tightie whitie briefs by Peter Weismann, a young German designer, was $325.
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  34. workwear
    • 2009 July 23, Mike Albo, “A Neighborhood for Aspirations”, New York Times:
      The basement space has browned walls, worn-in wood tables and rickety racks offering garments inspired by turn-of-the-century workwear.
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