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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-29 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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2009-07-29[edit]

  1. betties
    • 2009 July 29, Mark Bittman, “Another Tasty Way to Elude the Pie Crust”, New York Times:
      OVER the years, I’ve described cobblers, crisps, betties, free-form tarts and just about everything else I could think of to keep people from having to tackle the classic pie .
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  2. confidencewise
    • 2009 July 29, Chris Hine, “Pelfrey Helps Mets to 4th Win in a Row”, New York Times:
      “I think that confidencewise right now, we feel like we’re going to show up and we’re going to win it,” Pelfrey said.
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  3. corp *
    • 2009 July 29, Eric Lipton, “How Firms Wooed a U.S. Agency With Billions to Invest”, New York Times:
      “I just became head of the pension benefit guaranty corp in dc appointed by pres bush,” he wrote in a June 2007 e-mail message to John S. Weinberg, a vice chairman and a member of the family that has helped run Goldman since the 1930s. Mr. Millard told Mr. Weinberg, a longtime acquaintance, that he wanted to revamp the agency’s investment strategy.
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  4. counterthemes
  5. eyebrowless
    • 2009 July 29, Charles Mcgrath, “An Author Without Borders”, New York Times:
      But being eyebrowless has its advantages, he discovered more recently, while experimenting with cross-dressing to research a novel he’s now writing about the transgendered.
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  6. goldman
  7. maestra *
    • 2009 July 29, Harold Mcgee, “Accused, Yes, but Probably Not a Killer”, New York Times:
      I checked with Diana Kennedy, the maestra of Mexican food culture, and Maricel Presilla, a chef and writer who has traveled extensively for her eagerly anticipated treatise on Latin American cooking.
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  8. multitenant
  9. nonnas
    • 2009 July 29, Alex Witchel, “Borscht: What Would Nana Say?”, New York Times:
      An article last month in The Daily News talked about Enoteca Maria, a restaurant in Staten Island that has no professional chef, just a rotating roster of eight nonnas, or grandmothers, from different regions of Italy.
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  10. postcollapse
  11. preapproval
    • 2009 July 29, Susan Dominus, “Cockeyed Optimists and a Visionary Co-op”, New York Times:
      The group is hoping that the bank will be satisfied with provisional memberships — people who provide proof that they have 5 percent to put down on their future home in Brooklyn Cohousing and preapproval for a mortgage for the rest.
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  12. pres *
    • 2009 July 29, Eric Lipton, “How Firms Wooed a U.S. Agency With Billions to Invest”, New York Times:
      “I just became head of the pension benefit guaranty corp in dc appointed by pres bush,” he wrote in a June 2007 e-mail message to John S. Weinberg, a vice chairman and a member of the family that has helped run Goldman since the 1930s. Mr. Millard told Mr. Weinberg, a longtime acquaintance, that he wanted to revamp the agency’s investment strategy.
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  13. provisionary
    • 2009 July 29, David Streitfeld, “Recovery Signs in Housing Market Stir Some Hope”, New York Times:
      The good news in the Case-Shiller index, the most widely watched source of price information about the housing market, is equally provisionary.
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  14. puaka
    • 2009 July 29, John T. Edge, “Pastrami Meets the Patty in Utah”, New York Times:
      Though her roster ranged from puaka tuna, a Tongan dish, to Navajo fry bread, she pegged Jell-O at the top.)
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  15. sagras
    • 2009 July 29, Florence Fabricant, “Dining Calendar”, New York Times:
      Le Marche, Italy, where there are food festivals, or sagras, throughout the month, will be in the spotlight from Aug. 17 to 23.
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  16. spirito *
  17. splendored
  18. stepstool
    • 2009 July 29, Charles Mcgrath, “An Author Without Borders”, New York Times:
      His bibliography so far includes nine novels, including “Europe Central,” which won the National Book Award in 2005; three collections of stories; a seven-volume, 3,000-page history of violence; a book-length essay on poverty; and a travel book about hopping freight trains, a hobby of his even though his balance is so bad that he has to use a plastic bucket as a stepstool.
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  19. steroidlike
    • 2009 July 29, Michael S. Schmidt, “Supplements for Athletes Draw Alert From F.D.A.”, New York Times:
      Federal regulators warned consumers on Tuesday not to use body-building products that are sold as nutritional supplements but may contain steroids or steroidlike substances, citing reports of acute liver injury and kidney failure .
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  20. sugo *
    • 2009 July 29, Alex Witchel, “Borscht: What Would Nana Say?”, New York Times:
      I loved that idea, though I can’t say summer is when I’m craving sugo di carne.
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  21. superjet
  22. supersociable
  23. tomatine
    • 2009 July 29, Harold Mcgee, “Accused, Yes, but Probably Not a Killer”, New York Times:
      There are significant quantities of tomatine in green tomato fruits, which people have long eaten fried and pickled.
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  24. unabsorbed
    • 2009 July 29, Harold Mcgee, “Accused, Yes, but Probably Not a Killer”, New York Times:
      In 2000, Dr. Friedman and colleagues reported that when lab animals ingest tomatine, essentially all of it passes through the animal unabsorbed.
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  25. underworked
    • 2009 July 29, Chris Hine, “Manuel Sidesteps Political Minefield”, New York Times:
      Rodriguez said he did not feel underworked, and is happy when the Mets win — whether he gets the save or not.
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  26. unsprayed
    • 2009 July 29, “Leafy Tomato Sauce”, New York Times:
      10to 15 tomato leaves from unsprayed plants
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  27. wonkiness

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