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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-06 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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2009-08-06[edit]

  1. antiflu
    • 2009 August 6, Andrew Pollack, “Quick Tests for the Flu Found Often Inaccurate”, New York Times:
      The low sensitivity of the tests is becoming a concern to health authorities because a false negative reading might prompt a doctor not to prescribe antiflu drugs.
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  2. butenafine
    • 2009 August 6, Catherine Saint Louis, “The Groundwork”, New York Times:
      Get a fungicidal cream that contains terbinafine or butenafine at the drugstore; make sure that it’s not a fungistatic one containing, for example, clotrimazole, which “slows growth but won’t clear it,” she said.
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  3. campanula *
    • 2009 August 6, Anne Raver, “A Verdant Spot Springs Forth From Concrete”, New York Times:
      Ms. Tobiasson’s mother, who gardens outside Hanover, N.H., gave her some tough plants guaranteed to survive in the worst of conditions: golden perennial sunflowers, which shot up twice as high here in the blazing sun (their bright yellow double flowers are smaller than those of annual sunflowers, which grow from seed); evening primroses, which are tough as nails; and yellow loosestrife (Lysimachia punctata), which can stand up to dry conditions, along with gooseneck loosestrife, mints, bee balm, campanula and monkshood.
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  4. cardmaker
    • 2009 August 6, Richard Sandomir, “Baseball Gives Topps an Exclusive Deal”, New York Times:
      Eisner said that Topps’s successful deals as the exclusive soccer cardmaker of the English Premier League and the German Bundesliga had proved that cards could appeal to fans 8 to 13 years old.
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  5. dronish
  6. fungistatic
    • 2009 August 6, Catherine Saint Louis, “The Groundwork”, New York Times:
      Get a fungicidal cream that contains terbinafine or butenafine at the drugstore; make sure that it’s not a fungistatic one containing, for example, clotrimazole, which “slows growth but won’t clear it,” she said.
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  7. lacey
    • 2009 August 6, Catherine Saint Louis, “The Groundwork”, New York Times:
      BEWARE OF STUBBORN TROUBLE A scaly edge or a fine, lacey ruffle around a heel that doesn’t go away could be fungal, Dr. Parsons said.
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  8. museumgoing
    • 2009 August 6, “They Come and Go Talking of Michelangelo”, New York Times:
      The author’s observations point out an important element of museumgoing and the design of public learning environments: the ways that people are provided with to learn about or appreciate art.
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  9. noncriminals
    • 2009 August 6, Nina Bernstein, “U.S. to Reform Policy on Detention for Immigrants”, New York Times:
      They include reviewing the federal government’s contracts with more than 350 local jails and private prisons, with an eye toward consolidating many detainees in places more suitable for noncriminals facing deportation — some possibly in centers built and run by the government.
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  10. overstyled
    • 2009 August 6, Mike Albo, “No Skinny ‘This’ or ‘That’ Here”, New York Times:
      The store was full of clothes for the kind of guy my concerned friends think would be good for me: someone stable, mild, optimistic — essentially the opposite of the smug, overstyled mind scrambler I usually go for.
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  11. postcrash
    • 2009 August 6, Susan Joy, “Baubles From Armageddon”, New York Times:
      Whether designers are consciously indulging in postapocalyptic fantasies, items like Prada’s punk-studded Mohawk shoes, Jean Paul Gaultier ’s warrior-style cage belt and Topshop’s dangerously spiked earrings are as suited to the Bartertown of “Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome” as they are for stomping past the vacant storefronts of postcrash Manhattan.
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  12. punctata
    • 2009 August 6, Anne Raver, “A Verdant Spot Springs Forth From Concrete”, New York Times:
      Ms. Tobiasson’s mother, who gardens outside Hanover, N.H., gave her some tough plants guaranteed to survive in the worst of conditions: golden perennial sunflowers, which shot up twice as high here in the blazing sun (their bright yellow double flowers are smaller than those of annual sunflowers, which grow from seed); evening primroses, which are tough as nails; and yellow loosestrife (Lysimachia punctata), which can stand up to dry conditions, along with gooseneck loosestrife, mints, bee balm, campanula and monkshood.
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  13. reapproaching
    • 2009 August 6, Mike Albo, “No Skinny ‘This’ or ‘That’ Here”, New York Times:
      Having sweat out his frustrations, he returned to the business in 2003, reapproaching the industry with a broader perspective, designing clothes for guys who don’t have a pair of skinny jeans or a Peter Pan complex.
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  14. reflooring
    • 2009 August 6, Arianne Cohen, “A Little Sound Advice”, New York Times:
      “A very wealthy, well-respected client hired us when she was reflooring her double-height apartment on Central Park West,” he said.
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  15. restructures *
    • 2009 August 6, Bloomberg News, “Home Lender Is Suspended, and Closes”, New York Times:
      Taylor Bean, based in Florida, said it was cooperating with federal agencies “and expected to continue to service mortgage loans as it restructures its business in the wake of these events.”
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  16. sapele
    • 2009 August 6, Julie Scelfo, “Fans That Look Cool”, New York Times:
      He particularly liked the Otto fan by Carlo Borer, a Swiss designer, at swizz-style.com , which is encased in a round frame of sapele wood instead of the traditional metal cage.
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  17. semicasual
    • 2009 August 6, Mike Albo, “No Skinny ‘This’ or ‘That’ Here”, New York Times:
      I spied a rack of orange shirts in a checkered print, lined with a complementary purple on the inside of the collar and cuffs ($129, down from $185), perfect semicasual office wear for a nice accountant in Bridgeport or an actuary in Ann Arbor.
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  18. terbinafine
    • 2009 August 6, Catherine Saint Louis, “The Groundwork”, New York Times:
      Get a fungicidal cream that contains terbinafine or butenafine at the drugstore; make sure that it’s not a fungistatic one containing, for example, clotrimazole, which “slows growth but won’t clear it,” she said.
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  19. unbendable
    • 2009 August 6, Gail Collins, “Barack’s Progress Report”, New York Times:
      When it comes to the secretary of state’s life story, I thought the one unbendable rule was that whenever he was most needed, Bill was going to be most unhelpful.
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  20. underprices
    • 2009 August 6, David Pogue, “New Entry in E-Books a Paper Tiger”, New York Times:
      (B’s press officer countered with a list of 2009 books that cost $10 from B and more from A. But compare best-seller lists from past years, and it’s clear that A almost always underprices B.)
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  21. vertebroplasty
  22. viking *
    • 2009 August 6, Ginia Bellafante, “Relocating to India? It’s Comic Karma”, New York Times:
      Lunching with his agent while taking a break from shooting a movie in which he plays a space goat, Chris, still wearing the viking helmet from his role, wonders why he isn’t getting the parts that used to belong to a younger Harrison Ford .
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