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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-13 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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2009-08-13[edit]

  1. acidanthera
    • 2009 August 13, Anne Raver, “A Tapestry of Color, Unfolding All Year”, New York Times:
      The circles, which were ablaze with daffodils this spring, are now afloat with airy geum, cosmos, acidanthera and dahlias.
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  2. angelonia
  3. antiflu
    • 2009 August 13, Hari Kumar, “Swine Flu Rattles Nerves as It Spreads in India”, New York Times:
      It has made available tens of thousands of test kits and has built up a stock of 20 million doses of a generic version of the antiflu drug Tamiflu .
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  4. bronzers
    • 2009 August 13, Douglas Quenqua, “Rub on, Spray on, or No Tan at All?”, New York Times:
      Others are focusing on “antioxidants, paraben-free products and natural instant bronzers such as walnut shell and coffee bean extracts, just to name a few,” said Rick Norvell of Norvell Sunless, which produces high-end tanning sprays for salons.
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  5. candicans
  6. coolster
    • 2009 August 13, Guy Trebay, “It’s Hip to Be Round”, New York Times:
      Add a leather cuff bracelet if the coolster is gay.
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  7. cottonness
    • 2009 August 13, Cintra Wilson, “Playing to the Middle”, New York Times:
      The few clothing items that are made of cotton make a sincere point of being cotton and tell you earnestly about their 100-percent cottonness with faux-hand-scribbled labels so obviously on the Green bandwagon they practically spit pine cones.
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  8. daisylike
  9. detaineeshas
    • 2009 August 13, Susan Saulny, “Michigan Prison Is Considered for Detainees”, New York Times:
      The national debate over where to relocate the detaineeshas been heated since the Obama administration announced a deadline to close the detention center in Guantánamo by January.
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  10. docosahexaenoic
    • 2009 August 13, Douglas Quenqua, “Rub on, Spray on, or No Tan at All?”, New York Times:
      Nearly all still rely on DHA, or docosahexaenoic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid, which causes a chemical reaction with the amino acids in dead skin that turns it brown.
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  11. echinaceas
    • 2009 August 13, Anne Raver, “A Tapestry of Color, Unfolding All Year”, New York Times:
      Midsummer is coneflower time, of course, and I was stopped dead in my tracks by both the colors of these echinaceas — Green Jewel, neon green petals with a green nose; Fatal Attraction, a bright pink; Vintage Wine, a deep rose with a spicy scent; and the unfortunately named Virgin, a pure white — and by their seemingly impossible vigor.
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  12. executers
    • 2009 August 13, Josh Kron, “Suspect in Rwandan Genocide Is Captured After 15 Years in Hiding”, New York Times:
      Mr. Ndahimana is wanted by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Arusha, Tanzania, as a Category 1 suspect, a rank reserved for the chief planners and executers of the genocide that killed nearly one million ethnic Tutsi and moderate Hutu.
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  13. financeable
    • 2009 August 13, Diane Cardwell, “Stimulus Aid Planned for Two City Projects”, New York Times:
      “So we had to figure out something we could do to get this project going that was financeable and workable in today’s market.”
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  14. geum
    • 2009 August 13, Anne Raver, “A Tapestry of Color, Unfolding All Year”, New York Times:
      The circles, which were ablaze with daffodils this spring, are now afloat with airy geum, cosmos, acidanthera and dahlias.
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  15. hircanicum
    • 2009 August 13, Anne Raver, “A Tapestry of Color, Unfolding All Year”, New York Times:
      Green Jewel vibrated against a sea of blue flower spikes rising out of rough mint-like leaves called Teucrium hircanicum Paradise Delight.
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  16. lantana
  17. ledged
    • 2009 August 13, Steven Kurutz, “Saving the House Next Door”, New York Times:
      The works reflect the inventive point of view Mr. Coupland brings to his writing, like an installation he created in the entry hall by placing, on a ledged wall, pieces of various shapes and colors taken from vintage building kits, or the oversize detergent bottle in the hallway, his own work, titled appropriately, “Downy Fabric Softener.”
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  18. midchat
    • 2009 August 13, Yardena Arar, “Getting Your Wireless Network Up to Speed”, New York Times:
      The videos pause, instant messaging apps mysteriously disconnect in midchat, and you can’t get a connection in the far corner bedroom any more.
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  19. multimonth
  20. nieghborhood
    • 2009 August 13, Penelope Green, “The Spaceship Down the Street”, New York Times:
      MOTHERSHIP The copper-clad "bow" nestled into its quaint Colonial Guilford nieghborhood (the Long Island Sound is just yards away).
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  21. nonprotesting
    • 2009 August 13, Gail Collins, “Gunning for Health Care”, New York Times:
      Meanwhile, over in Arizona, a protester who showed up to meet the local congresswoman at a supermarket was removed by police when the pistol he had holstered under his armpit fell, bouncing on the floor and alarming the nonprotesting attendees.
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  22. rubrum
    • 2009 August 13, Anne Raver, “A Tapestry of Color, Unfolding All Year”, New York Times:
      Tall rubrum lilies (Lilium speciosum var. rubrum), with their carmine petals and purple stems, rose a good five feet over this flowery mead.
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  23. semiheroic
    • 2009 August 13, Gail Collins, “Gunning for Health Care”, New York Times:
      But it has provided a very, very rare opportunity for members of Congress to look semiheroic.
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  24. speciosum
    • 2009 August 13, Anne Raver, “A Tapestry of Color, Unfolding All Year”, New York Times:
      Tall rubrum lilies (Lilium speciosum var. rubrum), with their carmine petals and purple stems, rose a good five feet over this flowery mead.
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  25. travestied
  26. unextraordinary
    • 2009 August 13, Alan Feuer, “The Chaos Behind the Morning-Show Calm”, New York Times:
      Had you been watching the “Today” show on Aug. 4, you would have seen a fairly unextraordinary bit of television at precisely two seconds after 7:01 a.m.
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  27. unfinanceable
    • 2009 August 13, Diane Cardwell, “Stimulus Aid Planned for Two City Projects”, New York Times:
      “All of a sudden it became totally unfinanceable — no private office tenants, retailers pulling back, banks not lending,” he said.
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  28. vaguish

Sequestered[edit]

  1. burquini = burqini typo
    • 2009 August 13, The Associated Press, “Muslim Swimsuit Draws French Ban”, New York Times:
      Officials on Wednesday insisted that they objected to the woman’s use of the burquini, popular with some conservative Muslims, because of France ’s unusually strict hygiene standards in pools — not because of official hostility to wearing overtly Muslim garb.
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