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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-25 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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73934 tokens ‧ 55009 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7688 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.273%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-07-25[edit]

  1. alones
  2. apartheidlike
    • 2009 July 25, Michael Cieply, “Lord of ‘Rings’ and Anime’s Avatar Hit Comic-Con”, New York Times:
      Mr. Jackson, meanwhile, wrapped up the day with a preview of Mr. Blomkamp’s “District 9,” a science fiction adventure about apartheidlike townships for space aliens.
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  3. benifit
    • 2009 July 25, Kirk Semple, “Racist Web Posts Traced to Homeland Security”, New York Times:
      One, sent from a fake e-mail address, said, “watcha doing to mi wifey, no checky her papeles. she no legal, but she havey benifit card.”
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  4. birthers
    • 2009 July 25, Brian Stelter, “A Dispute Over Obama’s Birth Lives on in the Media”, New York Times:
      But advocates of the issue, who are sometimes termed birthers, called attention to themselves through frequent calls to talk radio shows, e-mail messages to news organizations and a videotaped question at a Congressional town hall.
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  5. checky
    • 2009 July 25, Kirk Semple, “Racist Web Posts Traced to Homeland Security”, New York Times:
      One, sent from a fake e-mail address, said, “watcha doing to mi wifey, no checky her papeles. she no legal, but she havey benifit card.”
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  6. christian *
  7. cuuute
  8. havey
    • 2009 July 25, Kirk Semple, “Racist Web Posts Traced to Homeland Security”, New York Times:
      One, sent from a fake e-mail address, said, “watcha doing to mi wifey, no checky her papeles. she no legal, but she havey benifit card.”
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  9. hogzilla
  10. instamatch
    • 2009 July 25, Susan Dominus, “Get a Laugh? She Also Wants to Make a Match”, New York Times:
      Ms. Hong often does the matchmaking, and she brooks no demurrals once she, or one of the four other comedians with whom she performs, has made an instamatch.
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  11. khabaronline
    • 2009 July 25, Robert F. Worth, “In Iran, President’s Deputy Is Stepping Down”, New York Times:
      Fifty of the Assembly’s 86 members issued a statement, published on the Web site khabaronline, calling on Mr. Ahmadinejad to obey Ayatollah Khamenei and to dismiss Mr. Mashaei.
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  12. louis *
  13. nondiverse
    • 2009 July 25, Robert Pear, “Democrats’ Divide Fuels Turmoil on Health Care”, New York Times:
      One African-American Democrat, Representative Hank Johnson of Georgia, pointed out that the seven Blue Dog Democrats holding up the health care bill in the Energy and Commerce Committee were “a nondiverse group” of white men.
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  14. notapundit
  15. papeles *
    • 2009 July 25, Kirk Semple, “Racist Web Posts Traced to Homeland Security”, New York Times:
      One, sent from a fake e-mail address, said, “watcha doing to mi wifey, no checky her papeles. she no legal, but she havey benifit card.”
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  16. postviral
    • 2009 July 25, Kristina Peterson, “Colgate Will Help Athlete With Bills”, New York Times:
      Her condition was later diagnosed as postviral myositis, although she also had physical therapy to treat a bulged disk, and leg and back pain that she attributed at least in part to her training injury.
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  17. qivit
    • 2009 July 25, William L. Iggiagruk Hensley, “In Alaska, Qiviters Never Win”, New York Times:
      Instead, she abandoned her role as the state’s leader in midstream, making her the only governor in our state’s history to "qivit" in the true sense of the word, at a time when we need strong leadership.
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  18. soooooo
    • 2009 July 25, Kirk Semple, “Racist Web Posts Traced to Homeland Security”, New York Times:
      Another post, apparently sent from a separate computer linked to Homeland Security, read in part: “These farmers have a problem because the gravy train that they were riding for soooooo long is being brought to light.”
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  19. sparkplug
    • 2009 July 25, Jon Caramanica, “Three Guys Playing in the Rain, Undaunted and Indefatigable”, New York Times:
      But it turns out the air of spiritual rehabilitation suited him, especially on the haunting “Don’t Need This Body.” Mr. Mellencamp was easily the most physical of the night’s acts as well, a sparkplug leaping around the stage with gusto, his thick hair carving out its own rhythm.
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  20. uncaptioned
    • 2009 July 25, Roberta Smith, “Art or Ad or What? It Caused a Lot of Fuss”, New York Times:
      (On the same page, Mr. Coplans, one assumes, insinuates the pedigree of Ms. Benglis’s action by including an uncaptioned photograph of the Comtesse de Castiglione, the 19th-century French beauty who may have been the first woman to self-consciously orchestrate images of herself for the camera, from pose to attire to maquillage.)
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  21. zookeeping
    • 2009 July 25, Dave Itzkoff, “Comic Cult Strives to Export Itself”, New York Times:
      With Season 2 they dispensed with the zookeeping duties and expanded their pantheon of preposterous supporting characters: a talking fox (played by Mr. Barratt) with syringes for fingers; a sea creature (Mr. Fielding) with, shall we say, male and female features.
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