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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-20 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-20).

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2009-08-20[edit]

  1. ambiaty
    • 2009 August 20, Hilary Howard, “Even X and Y May Need Some Help”, New York Times:
      Multi-Active Day will feature a botanical from Madagascar called ambiaty, which “protects the dermal-epidermal junction against breaking down,” according to Clarins.
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  2. ceftobiprole
    • 2009 August 20, The Associated Press, “F.D.A. Warns Johnson on Antibiotic Drug”, New York Times:
      The Food and Drug Administration warned Johnson & Johnson that it did not properly monitor two human tests of its antibiotic drug candidate ceftobiprole, which is intended to treat complicated skin infections like MRSA .
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  3. frevo
    • 2009 August 20, Larry Rohter, “Brazilian, but With a Different Beat”, New York Times:
      Returning to his home state of Pernambuco in northeast Brazil, Otto quickly became a part of the mangue bit movement, which fused home-grown rhythms like the maracatu, frevo and ciranda with the latest in imported computer and studio technology.
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  4. holomorphy
    • 2009 August 20, Janet Maslin, “Who Are These People? Well, That Depends”, New York Times:
      When Hayden began to refer to “a hodgepodge of crypto-archaeology and numerology, holomorphy and brane cosmology, past-life regression and conspiracy-theory paranoia” as “my work,” Miles realized that he needed to be his brother’s keeper.
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  5. maracatu
    • 2009 August 20, Larry Rohter, “Brazilian, but With a Different Beat”, New York Times:
      Returning to his home state of Pernambuco in northeast Brazil, Otto quickly became a part of the mangue bit movement, which fused home-grown rhythms like the maracatu, frevo and ciranda with the latest in imported computer and studio technology.
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  6. megaclub
    • 2009 August 20, Jon Caramanica, “In a Time of Daggers, a Reggae Artist Shows a Benign Side”, New York Times:
      At the Highline, during an overlong version of his 2006 hit “Temperature,” one of his dimmest songs and also one of his handful to reach No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, the music switched for a few bars to “Calabria,” originally by the megaclub dance-music producer Rune RK. The reggae-inflected version of that song featuring Natasja Saad was a minor hit in the United States and in Europe, but in this country it has a more mainstream identity, best known for its use in a Target commercial.
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  7. mocs
    • 2009 August 20, Eric Wilson, “L. L. Bean Tries on a New Look”, New York Times:
      Still, it’s not exactly as if Leon Leonwood Bean is trading his mocs for stilettos.
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  8. nonretail
  9. overenunciate
    • 2009 August 20, Jon Caramanica, “In a Time of Daggers, a Reggae Artist Shows a Benign Side”, New York Times:
      He’s always been far more interesting rhythmically than lyrically, but here his tendency to overenunciate, an accommodation that makes him more palatable to foreign ears, holds him back.
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  10. overinvesting
    • 2009 August 20, Nicholas D. Kristof, “Priority Test: Health Care or Prisons?”, New York Times:
      But over all, in a time of limited resources, we’re overinvesting in prisons and underinvesting in schools.
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  11. pixeled
    • 2009 August 20, Malia Wollan, “The Big Draw of a GPS Run”, New York Times:
      Pedaling the rectangular city blocks in San Francisco, Vicente Montelongo, 32, a graphic artist, realized the street layout lent itself to the pixeled shapes of vintage 1980s video game characters like Pac-Man, Q*bert and Donkey Kong.
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  12. repertorial
    • 2009 August 20, Vivien Schweitzer, “Repeating a Work That’s All but Ignored”, New York Times:
      Conductors leading performances of music outside the mainstream presumably enjoy the chance to get off the beaten repertorial track while piquing an audience’s curiosity about lesser-known scores.
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  13. riblets
    • 2009 August 20, Michelle Slatalla, “Life Lessons? Check. Off to College!”, New York Times:
      “There is no scientific evidence that they are better for you than regular foods,” I said, adding (perhaps unnecessarily): “I’d stay away from the vegan riblets in the dorm cafeteria.
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  14. sayang *
  15. tendinopathy
    • 2009 August 20, Gina Kolata, “One Injured Hamstring, a String of Treatments”, New York Times:
      When I read that tendinopathy is thought to be slow to heal, in part because blood flow to tendons is limited, I decided that I was already doing something that might help.
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  16. underflooring
    • 2009 August 20, “Be Quiet Up There!”, New York Times:
      If tenants want uncovered floors, then let them install cork underflooring.
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  1. whiffle
    • 2009 August 20, Ben Shpigel, “Martinez Puts the Present Ahead of the Past”, New York Times:
      It was so easy, so natural for Martinez to dance through sprinklers and bop teammates with whiffle ball bats when he was healthy, pitching well and winning games.
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