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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-12 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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77533 tokens ‧ 57013 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7954 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.277%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-12[edit]

  1. antigolf
  2. antisocialism
    • 2009 August 12, “A Raucous Side of the Health Debate”, New York Times:
      Dismissing them as birthers, antisocialism zealots or Republican officials in disguise doesn’t advance the debate.
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  3. bia *
    • 2009 August 12, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      BIA GARDEN Michael Huynh’s latest is a beer garden (bia is Vietnamese for beer), where beer is served by the 6-pack, 12-pack or case.
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  4. birthers
    • 2009 August 12, “A Raucous Side of the Health Debate”, New York Times:
      Dismissing them as birthers, antisocialism zealots or Republican officials in disguise doesn’t advance the debate.
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  5. brunello *
    • 2009 August 12, Eric Asimov, “Brunello Inquiry Cites Five Wineries”, New York Times:
      Italian officials say five wineries — Antinori, Argiano, Banfi, Casanova di Neri and Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi — used unauthorized grapes in making brunello di Montalcino in the 2003 to 2007 vintages.
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  6. crianzas
  7. cubanelles
    • 2009 August 12, Julia Moskin, “Image Problem? Don’t Pity the Bell”, New York Times:
      Zaid Kurdieh, a farmer in Chenango County in New York, grows cubanelles, Hungarians, poblanos and Anaheims, among other peppers meant to be harvested while green and pungent.
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  8. howza
    • 2009 August 12, Rod Nordland, “Iraq’s Shiites Show Restraint After Attacks”, New York Times:
      Another important factor is the influence the Shiite clerical leadership has over its followers, with Grand Ayatollah Sistani and other members of the howza, the top religious leadership, condemning any sort of violent reprisals.
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  9. hyrdroelectric
    • 2009 August 12, “Salmon Test”, New York Times:
      But he has to do better than his predecessors, otherwise Judge Redden could well place the operations of the hyrdroelectric system under court order and devise a plan of his own.
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  10. literalisms
    • 2009 August 12, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “When Creativity Diminishes Along With the Cash”, New York Times:
      And by replicating the experience of the artist’s studio — without resorting to kitsch literalisms like paint-splattered palettes and dirty brushes — the galleries would also draw the viewer into a more intimate relationship with the making of art.
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  11. mazquf
    • 2009 August 12, “Carping About Carp”, New York Times:
      Having eaten at the mazquf restaurants in Baghdad a few times in the 1980s, my experience was that no amount of beer, strong condiments or local color could cover up the fact that carp was still carp.
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  12. mobiliser *
    • 2009 August 12, Henry Alford, “In the Veggie Patches of Fellow Green Thumbs”, New York Times:
      I posted an ad for my 20-inch-long vert petit de Paris cornichon vine that said it “has five blossoms and is ready to mobiliser, mon ami.”
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  13. montepulciano
    • 2009 August 12, Eric Asimov, “Brunello Inquiry Cites Five Wineries”, New York Times:
      Adding grapes like syrah, merlot or montepulciano can make the somewhat pale, austere brunello softer, darker and plusher, and more appealing to an audience willing to pay brunello’s high prices.
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  14. nonblended
    • 2009 August 12, Robert Simonson, “Sixties Accuracy in Every Sip”, New York Times:
      And I’ll go, ‘Let’s do a nonblended Scotch , because this is a person who would appreciate that.’
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  15. oceany
    • 2009 August 12, Melissa Clark, “Bluefish With a Crunchy Bite”, New York Times:
      My parents then roasted, baked and grilled the fillets for months without ever tiring of what my mother called their “sweet, oceany taste.”
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  16. precrisis
  17. publico *
    • 2009 August 12, “A Chance to Return the Favor”, New York Times:
      That makes the effort at hand a perfect opportunity for the banks to return the taxpayers’ favor and, in the spirit of pro bono publico, we suggest they offer their services for these deals free of charge.
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  18. reserva *
  19. reservas *
  20. shishitos
    • 2009 August 12, Julia Moskin, “Image Problem? Don’t Pity the Bell”, New York Times:
      Padrón peppers are hard to grow in the Northeast, so Mr. Mullen often buys shishitos, a small Asian green pepper with a citrusy flavor that is commercially grown in California.
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  21. shofars
    • 2009 August 12, Reuters, “Israel: Offering Help From Above”, New York Times:
      About 50 Jewish holy men chanted prayers and blew ritual rams’ horns known as shofars in an aircraft circling over the country in the hope of stopping the spread of the virus, some of them told the newspaper Yediot Aharonot.
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  22. sunglassed
    • 2009 August 12, Jeffrey Gettleman, “Clinton Presents Plan to Fight Sexual Violence in Congo”, New York Times:
      Then she met Chantal Mapendo, mother of six, who stepped forward from the corridors of long drawn faces that had instantly formed to look at the important white lady with all the sunglassed security guards. Mrs. Clinton visited the camp for 20 minutes. Mrs. Mapendo, whose home area has been plagued by fighting, has been living here for three years.
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