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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-26 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-26).

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2009-08-26[edit]

  1. blogshot
    • 2009 August 26, Toby Cecchini, “On the Rocks, It’s a New Landscape”, New York Times:
      You’ll be excused for not knowing who Mr. Uyeda is, but no envelope-pushing bartender within blogshot is without an opinion on the hard shake.
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  2. bolillo
    • 2009 August 26, John T. Edge, “In Praise of the All-American Mexican Hot Dog”, New York Times:
      In Tucson more than 100 vendors, known as hotdogueros, peddle Sonoran-style hot dogs — candy cane-wrapped in bacon, griddled until dog and bacon fuse, garnished with a kitchen sink of taco truck condiments and stuffed into split-top rolls that owe a debt to both Mexican bolillo loaves and grocery store hot dog buns.
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  3. breaststrokelike
    • 2009 August 26, Nate Schweber, “Plane Lands Outside a Mall in New Jersey”, New York Times:
      She said that after the plane touched down, the pilot made breaststrokelike motions with his hands, urging people to get out of the way.
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  4. chefly
  5. cocktailian
    • 2009 August 26, Toby Cecchini, “On the Rocks, It’s a New Landscape”, New York Times:
      In an attempt to shine the unsparing light of science on these issues, Eben Klemm, senior manager of wine and spirits for B.R. Guest restaurants and a former biotech researcher; Alex Day, a bartender at Death & Co. in Manhattan; and Dave Arnold, the director of culinary technology at the French Culinary Institute, recently presented a seminar at Tales of the Cocktail, an annual convention of all things cocktailian in New Orleans.
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  6. eligibles
    • 2009 August 26, Duff Wilson, “Waxman Takes on Drug Makers Over Medicare”, New York Times:
      He said that a study paid for by PhRMA had concluded that imposing rebates to benefit the low-income dual eligibles would make drug coverage 25 percent to 50 percent more expensive for the rest of the Medicare population.
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  7. flutey
    • 2009 August 26, Charles Isherwood, “Lady Bracknell Is Back, With a Slightly Unladylike Air”, New York Times:
      The flutey phrasing of Edith Evans in the Asquith film tends to chime in my head whenever I see the play, creating a distracting echo — and making most Lady B’s seem like hollow also-rans.
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  8. hotdoguero
  9. hotdogueros
    • 2009 August 26, John T. Edge, “In Praise of the All-American Mexican Hot Dog”, New York Times:
      In Tucson more than 100 vendors, known as hotdogueros, peddle Sonoran-style hot dogs — candy cane-wrapped in bacon, griddled until dog and bacon fuse, garnished with a kitchen sink of taco truck condiments and stuffed into split-top rolls that owe a debt to both Mexican bolillo loaves and grocery store hot dog buns.
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  10. noninstructional
    • 2009 August 26, Javier C. Hernandez, “Agreement Will Allow Parents’ Groups to Pay for School Aides”, New York Times:
      The issue had become a point of contention in recent months among the city, elected officials, the union and District Council 37 , which represents noninstructional staff members, including aides and parent coordinators.
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  11. toritos
    • 2009 August 26, John T. Edge, “In Praise of the All-American Mexican Hot Dog”, New York Times:
      As a tripod-mounted speaker blared norteño music into the street, and toritos — mozzarella-stuffed, bacon-wrapped güerito chiles — browned and then blistered on the flattop, Mr. Lizarraga talked of the days when he worked as a liquor salesman in the Sonoran capital city of Hermosillo, frequenting the “table dancing club” for which he named his two hot dog stands.
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  12. videotapings
    • 2009 August 26, Michael Barbaro, “Bloomberg Campaign Is Juggernaut of Detail”, New York Times:
      The campaign asks potential endorsers to sit for videotapings; hand over their organization’s mailing list; send letters to their neighbors; and write an opinion piece for newspapers praising Mr. Bloomberg.
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