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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-27 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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69152 tokens ‧ 51428 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7363 types ‧ 13 (~ 0.177%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-07-27[edit]

  1. antimusical
    • 2009 July 27, Alastair Macaulay, New York Times[1]:
      One duet of men was set, with staggeringly antimusical emphasis, to the Lacrymosa from Verdi’s Requiem: the words kept saying “Requiem, requiem, dona eis requiem” (“Rest, rest, give them rest”), but the two dancers would not stop being kinkily busy.
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  2. antisettlement
    • 2009 July 27, Ethan Bronner, “In 2 West Bank Settlements, a Sign of Hope for a Deal”, New York Times:
      Dror Etkes of Yesh Din , an antisettlement group in Israel, noted that half of all construction in West Bank settlements was taking place in these two ultra-Orthodox communities, adding that given their location next to the boundary, it was highly likely they would be in Israel in a future deal through a redrawn border.
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  3. bachatas *
    • 2009 July 27, Jon Pareles, “Romance, to a Beat Most Latin”, New York Times:
      Bachata Heightz added R&B trappings to its bachatas: lovelorn songs backed by thumb-plucked guitar syncopations in what was originally a Dominican rural style.
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  4. dangan
    • 2009 July 27, Sharon Lafraniere, “Files Vanished, Young Chinese Lose the Future”, New York Times:
      While not quite as important as in Communist China’s early days, when it was a powerful tool of social control, the file, called a dangan, is an absolute requirement for state employment and a means to bolster a candidate’s chances for some private-sector jobs, labor experts say.
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  5. dona *
    • 2009 July 27, Alastair Macaulay, New York Times[2]:
      One duet of men was set, with staggeringly antimusical emphasis, to the Lacrymosa from Verdi’s Requiem: the words kept saying “Requiem, requiem, dona eis requiem” (“Rest, rest, give them rest”), but the two dancers would not stop being kinkily busy.
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  6. eis *
    • 2009 July 27, Alastair Macaulay, New York Times[3]:
      One duet of men was set, with staggeringly antimusical emphasis, to the Lacrymosa from Verdi’s Requiem: the words kept saying “Requiem, requiem, dona eis requiem” (“Rest, rest, give them rest”), but the two dancers would not stop being kinkily busy.
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  7. megapresentation
  8. multitracks
    • 2009 July 27, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      (He’s not on the high wire all the way through: he multitracks with clarinets on “The Child.”)
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  9. nonidiomatic
    • 2009 July 27, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      The melodies are unaffected, almost stoic; there’s a kind of nonidiomatic breeze blowing through them.
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  10. prerolls
  11. psychoacoustic
    • 2009 July 27, Allan Kozinn, “2 Pianists in Supple, Flowing Dialogue”, New York Times:
      Or at least, they seem to: Mr. Reich’s real discovery here is the power of the overtone series and of psychoacoustic effects.
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  12. sparkplug
    • 2009 July 27, Jonathan Abrams, “Robinson Closer to a Deal With the Knicks”, New York Times:
      The Knicks and the sparkplug guard Nate Robinson are nearing an agreement on a one-year contract that will pay Robinson $5 million to $6 million, a person close to the negotiations confirmed Sunday.
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  13. unrigorous
    • 2009 July 27, Alastair Macaulay, New York Times[4]:
      (As an example of dance without interesting footwork, structure or rhythm, the Inside/Out performance of Rebecca Lazier’s “My Serenade” on Friday offered a tiresomely diffuse series of unrigorous movements, vaguely tacked on to Tchaikovsky ’s “Serenade for Strings.”)
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