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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-25 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-25).

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75390 tokens ‧ 56470 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7652 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.274%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-25[edit]

  1. biomathematics
  2. bombiviridis
    • 2009 August 25, Henry Fountain, “New Find in the Pacific: Worms With Glow Sticks”, New York Times:
      The worms seem to be fairly common at those great depths; a video camera on a submersible recorded five of one species, S. bombiviridis, swimming together at about 7,000 feet .
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  3. carryon
    • 2009 August 25, Joe Sharkey, “Seatbacks in Position and Empty, Please”, New York Times:
      One is that new fees on checked bags have created more carryon volume, and some passengers may be overloading seatback pockets — though they said they had not considered this to be a problem.
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  4. doinked
  5. flumazenil
    • 2009 August 25, Solomon Moore, “Court Papers Show Jackson Died of Propofol”, New York Times:
      The documents indicate that Dr. Murray tried to revive Mr. Jackson with flumazenil, which reverses the effects of benzodiazepines like lorazepam.
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  6. footshot
  7. hyperarousal
    • 2009 August 25, Laurie Tarkan, “For Parents on NICU, Trauma May Last”, New York Times:
      In another study , researchers from Duke University interviewed parents six months after their baby’s due date and scored them on three post-traumatic stress symptoms: avoidance, hyperarousal, and flashbacks or nightmares.
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  8. lorazepam
    • 2009 August 25, Solomon Moore, “Court Papers Show Jackson Died of Propofol”, New York Times:
      The documents indicate that Dr. Murray tried to revive Mr. Jackson with flumazenil, which reverses the effects of benzodiazepines like lorazepam.
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  9. nerding
  10. nodosum
    • 2009 August 25, William J. Broad, “Diving Deep for a Living Fossil”, New York Times:
      Dr. Rona has found that P. nodosum thrives in restricted areas of Atlantic seabed.
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  11. nonapproved
    • 2009 August 25, Roni Caryn Rabin, “Disparities: Study Finds Risk in Off-Label Prescribing”, New York Times:
      There is usually less scientific evidence to support nonapproved uses, and a new survey of physicians has found that many might not even know when they are prescribing off label.
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  12. paddlelike
    • 2009 August 25, Henry Fountain, “New Find in the Pacific: Worms With Glow Sticks”, New York Times:
      The worms, members of a new genus, Swima, are up to about four inches long, eyeless and have paddlelike bristles that move rapidly, allowing them to swim forward or backward.
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  13. paramyxovirus
  14. plumelike
    • 2009 August 25, Liz Robbins, “Victims of Giant Wave at Maine Park Are Identified”, New York Times:
      Earlier Sunday, park officials had closed off the paved walkway and a series of interlocking gates that led to viewing stations at Thunder Hole, an inlet with a submerged cave that is known to produce booming, plumelike waves.
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  15. seafloors
    • 2009 August 25, William Yardley, “Cleaning of Puget Sound Brings Tribes Full Circle”, New York Times:
      Before being awarded the stimulus money, the initiative had spent seven years piecing together small grants to slowly remove nets that were lost to rocky seafloors or artificial structures in the area’s historic fishing grounds.
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  16. specificiations
  17. sunscream
  18. telemetric
    • 2009 August 25, Jane E. Brody, “Sports Imperative: Protecting Young Brains”, New York Times:
      In an effort to alert coaches and trainers to a head hit warranting investigation, players at several colleges and some high schools have helmets fitted with a telemetric system that can almost instantly transmit wireless signals to computers on the sideline about the intensity and location of a hit.
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  19. thunked
    • 2009 August 25, Judy Battista, “At Cowboys Stadium, a New Kind of Interference”, New York Times:
      On Friday night, the N.F.L. learned that punters have better legs than Jerry Jones thought when the backup A. J. Trapasso, who might have improved his stock with the leg strength he showed, thunked the underside of the screen during the game ; his punt ricocheted back to the field and confusion ensued.
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  20. unrestraint
    • 2009 August 25, Nate Chinen, “A Metal Powerhouse, Screaming Farewell for Now”, New York Times:
      His bluntly effective touring cohort — the guitarist Robin Finck, the bassist Justin Meldal-Johnsen and the drummer Ilan Rubin — gave him all the power he could use, surging and thrashing with deceptive unrestraint.
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  21. vampired

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