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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-02 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-02).

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2009-09-02[edit]

  1. alta *
    • 2009 September 2, Glenn Collins, “A Genteel Italian Now Tries Playing to the Crowd”, New York Times:
      It became a platform for his advocacy not only for Italian products, chefs and regions, but also for alta cucina, the unadulterated, authentic cuisine of the Italian aristocracy.
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  2. crescenza *
    • 2009 September 2, “Opening in September”, New York Times:
      PICCOLA CUCINA FOCACCERIA The irresistable focaccia col formaggio of Recco, on the Ligurian Coast, is the inspiration for this spot from Philip Guardione, who recently opened Piccola Cucina in SoHo. The big pizza -style focaccias that have a double crust and a filling of creamy crescenza cheese will be baked with varied fillings: 120 Macdougal Street (Minetta Lane).
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  3. cruda *
  4. eure
    • 2009 September 2, Allan Kozinn, “Those Who Paved the Way for Bach”, New York Times:
      In a Bruhns cantata, “Hemmt eure Tränenflut,” the vocal lines were dramatic and florid, and elaborated on the text: after the dark, minor-key description of finding Jesus’ tomb empty, you could feel the sense of redemption in the final verse, as well as in the contrapuntal closing Amen.
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  5. feste *
    • 2009 September 2, Allan Kozinn, “Those Who Paved the Way for Bach”, New York Times:
      The opening work, Tunder’s cantata setting of “Ein feste Burg,” with its light textures and fluid movement between solemnity and vigorousness, seemed closer in spirit to late Monteverdi than to Bach.
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  6. focaccias
    • 2009 September 2, “Opening in September”, New York Times:
      PICCOLA CUCINA FOCACCERIA The irresistable focaccia col formaggio of Recco, on the Ligurian Coast, is the inspiration for this spot from Philip Guardione, who recently opened Piccola Cucina in SoHo. The big pizza -style focaccias that have a double crust and a filling of creamy crescenza cheese will be baked with varied fillings: 120 Macdougal Street (Minetta Lane).
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  7. formaggio *
    • 2009 September 2, “Opening in September”, New York Times:
      PICCOLA CUCINA FOCACCERIA The irresistable focaccia col formaggio of Recco, on the Ligurian Coast, is the inspiration for this spot from Philip Guardione, who recently opened Piccola Cucina in SoHo. The big pizza -style focaccias that have a double crust and a filling of creamy crescenza cheese will be baked with varied fillings: 120 Macdougal Street (Minetta Lane).
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  8. guanciale *
  9. hiramasa
    • 2009 September 2, Glenn Collins, “A Genteel Italian Now Tries Playing to the Crowd”, New York Times:
      So, in addition to San Domenico classics like pappardelle with wild boar, Ms. Fada will offer such fare as risotto with Iranian saffron and veal bone marrow, and a citrus-cured fish called hiramasa with squid-ink oil.
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  10. leatherbound
    • 2009 September 2, Glenn Collins, “A New Best Friend for the Sommelier”, New York Times:
      “People don’t know what to do anymore with those big leatherbound books,” Mr. May said.
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  11. macassar *
    • 2009 September 2, “Opening Later”, New York Times:
      THE EMPIRE ROOM Mark Grossich, who created the Campbell Apartment lounge in Grand Central Terminal, is using plenty of stainless steel and macassar ebony to turn a former post office branch in the Empire State Building into a sophisticated Art Deco setting for that perfect Manhattan: 350 Fifth Avenue (33rd Street).
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  12. myasthenic
    • 2009 September 2, Douglas Martin, “Beryl Sprinkel, Reagan Economic Adviser, Dies at 85”, New York Times:
      The death was confirmed by Candy Bartok of Tews Funeral Home in Homewood, Ill. She would not release the cause, which was reported elsewhere as Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome, a rare neuromuscular disease.
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  13. nduja
  14. neets
    • 2009 September 2, “Opening Later”, New York Times:
      HIGHLANDS All things Scottish, including haggis, black pudding and neets (turnips), will be on Jeremy Hammond Chambers’s menu.
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  15. noncertified
    • 2009 September 2, Kevin Sack, “A Clinic Fills a Need but Faces Failure”, New York Times:
      Senator Bernard Sanders , a Vermont independent who has led the effort to expand community health centers, said there was no money for noncertified clinics in the bills now circulating on Capitol Hill.
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  16. pilacca
  17. pitmaster
    • 2009 September 2, “Opening Later”, New York Times:
      FATTY ’CUE As if they were cooking brisket Texas-style, Zakary Pelaccio and Rick Camac, with the pitmaster Robbie Richter, formerly of Hill Country, have been in no hurry to line the walls with old floorboards and set up two smokers here.
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  18. resynchronization
    • 2009 September 2, The Associated Press, “Boston Scientific Device Seen to Cut Heart Failure”, New York Times:
      The defibrillator and resynchronization devices are commonly used in patients with serious heart failure, and doctors wondered if patients with mild illness might benefit.
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  19. rouille *
    • 2009 September 2, Melissa Clark, “Hold the Mayo! First Up, Rouille.”, New York Times:
      And then there are mayonnaise’s kissing cousins: aioli (garlic mayonnaise) and rouille (spicy saffron mayonnaise).
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  20. rouilles *
  21. salumeria *
  22. shacky
    • 2009 September 2, “Opening in September”, New York Times:
      The décor will have “a shacky look,” Mr. Abrams said, and the menu will have seaside and raw bar specialties: 79 Macdougal Street (Bleecker Street), (212) 260-0100.
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  23. supertablets
    • 2009 September 2, Glenn Collins, “A New Best Friend for the Sommelier”, New York Times:
      Stefano Milioni, the restaurant’s wine consultant, said the computerized system, called Smartcellar, was designed by a Jericho, N.Y., company, Incentient, to instantly remove inventory when labels sell out — banishing them from these Samsung supertablets and avoiding that bad-news moment when a server returns to tell a customer that the last bottle has been sold.
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  24. swooner
    • 2009 September 2, Jon Caramanica, “Singing a (Very) Simple Song”, New York Times:
      For a while on “Breakthrough,” as with Ms. Caillat’s debut album, “Coco,” it appears as if she’s content to remain polite, an unfussy swooner.
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  25. tacqueria
    • 2009 September 2, “Opening in September”, New York Times:
      LOS FELIZ Named for a historic Los Angeles neighborhood, this tacqueria with ceviches and tequilas replaces Suba.
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  26. ultraprotective
  27. verlanget
    • 2009 September 2, Allan Kozinn, “Those Who Paved the Way for Bach”, New York Times:
      Those scores bear only a tenuous connection to the early German style of Rosenmüller, Muffat and company, but in “Nach dir, Herr, verlanget mich,” the evolution that Mr. Stein wanted to show was perfectly clear.
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