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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-11 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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2009-08-11[edit]

  1. debarquement
    • 2009 August 11, “On Land and Off Balance (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      Re “The Opposite of Sea Legs ” (Q&A, Aug. 4): I chuckled when reading that some individuals “suffer” from mal de debarquement after a cruise.
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  2. megastructural
  3. nonprison
    • 2009 August 11, “The Chino Prison Riot”, New York Times:
      The state could, however, divert offenders into drug-treatment programs and other nonprison environments, which are less expensive than incarceration and better at rehabilitation.
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  4. overinvesting
    • 2009 August 11, “More Than Missiles”, New York Times:
      During the 2008 campaign, Mr. Obama rightly criticized the Bush administration for overinvesting in Pakistan’s army while doing far too little to help build up its civil society — the schools, courts, hospitals and roads that are essential to stability. Mr. Obama pledged to support legislation — which was initially sponsored by then-Senator Joseph Biden and Senator Richard Lugar — that would provide Pakistan with $7.5 billion in development assistance over five years.
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  5. overrehearsed
    • 2009 August 11, Jon Caramanica, “The Top 10! Cover Tunes! Flying Bras!”, New York Times:
      Mr. Lambert has traveled almost the whole distance from overrehearsed and hammy to effortless and charming.
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  6. pella *
    • 2009 August 11, Carol Kaesuk Yoon, “Reviving the Lost Art of Naming the World”, New York Times:
      The names of the birds, like Topaza pella, or crimson topaz (third from top), and Sparganura sappho, or red-tailed comet (with forked tail), seem as lush and elaborate as their coloration.
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  7. sappho
    • 2009 August 11, Carol Kaesuk Yoon, “Reviving the Lost Art of Naming the World”, New York Times:
      The names of the birds, like Topaza pella, or crimson topaz (third from top), and Sparganura sappho, or red-tailed comet (with forked tail), seem as lush and elaborate as their coloration.
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  8. wiregrass
    • 2009 August 11, Drew Jubera, “A Diving Powerhouse Springs From Georgia’s Sandy Soil”, New York Times:
      MOULTRIE, Ga. — Past cotton fields and peanut farms, tall pines and wiregrass, small churches and roadside produce stands is a town square loaded with regional touchstones — historic courthouse, Confederate memorial, tanning salon.
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  9. yeasting

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