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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-22 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-22).

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2009-08-22[edit]

  1. bingtuan
    • 2009 August 22, Edward Wong, “Workers Return to Restive China Region”, New York Times:
      The Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, the state enterprise that runs the bingtuan , the vast farms set up in the 1950s and afterward by the People’s Liberation Army to help populate the frontier region, reported a drop in the number of migrants going to Xinjiang after the July riots.
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  2. certifiables
    • 2009 August 22, Bob Herbert, “Voices of Anxiety”, New York Times:
      Forget the certifiables who are scrawling Hitler mustaches on pictures of the president.
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  3. characterwise
  4. committedly
    • 2009 August 22, Jon Caramanica, “A Storm With So Much Energy a Wheelchair Can Surf”, New York Times:
      Over its two decades the Bouncing Souls have been committedly dopey, a party band with a mild aura of seriousness largely because of its frontman, Greg Attonito, who has the harmless, rumpled, slightly shellshocked affect of a high school English teacher.
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  5. decompressions
    • 2009 August 22, Jeremy W. Peters, “The 43-Day Lieutenant Governor”, New York Times:
      “People go through mammoth decompressions when they leave public service,” he said.
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  6. diwan
  7. karah
    • 2009 August 22, Samuel G. Freedman, “Among Young Sikhs, Expressions of Faith Mixing Two Worlds”, New York Times:
      The service follows the time-honored sequence of readings, hymns, a discourse called katha, the distribution of the sweet sacramental food karah parshad and finally the sharing of a communal meal known as langar.
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  8. katha
    • 2009 August 22, Samuel G. Freedman, “Among Young Sikhs, Expressions of Faith Mixing Two Worlds”, New York Times:
      The service follows the time-honored sequence of readings, hymns, a discourse called katha, the distribution of the sweet sacramental food karah parshad and finally the sharing of a communal meal known as langar.
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  9. microcongregations
  10. minimarathon
  11. monsoonlike
    • 2009 August 22, Christine Haughney, “A Green Niche in the Curbside Market”, New York Times:
      When monsoonlike rain poured over Jamaica Center last week, Ms. Prieto hovered over her baskets to guard her fruit.
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  12. moonballing
  13. multiservice
    • 2009 August 22, Diane Cardwell, “With Donations and Grants Down, Social Service Agencies Feel the Pinch”, New York Times:
      At Hartley House , a multiservice agency in Hell’s Kitchen whose $2.1 million budget relies far more on private donations than on government contracts, Nicole L. Cicogna, the executive director, has been working long hours to cultivate new donors and rustle up grants to cope with a falloff in gifts of about 38 percent.
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  14. palki
  15. parshad
    • 2009 August 22, Samuel G. Freedman, “Among Young Sikhs, Expressions of Faith Mixing Two Worlds”, New York Times:
      The service follows the time-honored sequence of readings, hymns, a discourse called katha, the distribution of the sweet sacramental food karah parshad and finally the sharing of a communal meal known as langar.
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  16. punkdom
    • 2009 August 22, Jon Caramanica, “A Storm With So Much Energy a Wheelchair Can Surf”, New York Times:
      Certainly many of them were on display at this show, part of a 20th-anniversary celebration for the band, and which also, thanks to one of the opening acts, Lifetime, served as a primer on the generations, and modes, of New Jersey punkdom.
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  17. sangat *
  18. unmangled
  19. upstreaming
    • 2009 August 22, Jon Caramanica, “A Storm With So Much Energy a Wheelchair Can Surf”, New York Times:
      Exuberant and a little doltish, the Bouncing Souls presaged all the pop-punk to arrive in their wake and benefited not at all from the upstreaming of its style.
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