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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-08 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-08).

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9091 tokens ‧ 6738 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 2141 types ‧ 15 (~ 0.701%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-08[edit]

  1. biliopancreatic
    • 2009 September 8, Roni Caryn Rabin, “Children: Seeing a Family Benefit in Obesity Surgery”, New York Times:
      The study, of 111 children born to 49 mothers who had a type of weight-loss surgery called biliopancreatic diversion, found that babies born after the operation had lower birth weights than those born before, and their risk of becoming severely obese as children was one-third the risk of those born before.
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  2. bokumbop
  3. canadacup
    • 2009 September 8, Jeff Z. Klein, “Balsillie Raises Bid For Coyotes”, New York Times:
      The United States has won six of the last eight games against Canada, including the last two world championships. canadacup (AP)
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  4. deathers
    • 2009 September 8, Bob Herbert, “It’s Time to Get Help”, New York Times:
      The political debate has been poisoned by birthers, deathers and wackos who smile proudly while carrying signs comparing the president to the Nazis.
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  5. dermatopathologist
    • 2009 September 8, Jane E. Brody, “Updating the Rules for Skin Cancer Checks”, New York Times:
      Furthermore, Dr. Fox said, unless the doctor doing the biopsy is very experienced in pathology, the biopsied tissue should be examined by a dermatopathologist, who is specially trained to diagnose skin disease.
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  6. deservingly
  7. equitylike
    • 2009 September 8, Lauren Silva Laughlin, “Is the A.I.G. Rally a Little Early?”, New York Times:
      The Treasury also made a $40 billion equitylike investment, while the Federal Reserve’s original bailout has given it an effective 79.9 percent interest in A.I.G. itself.
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  8. eyebar
    • 2009 September 8, Jesse Mckinley, “Crack Found in Bay Bridge Postpones Its Reopening”, New York Times:
      But during a routine inspection on Saturday, workers discovered an unrelated crack in a circular link, known as an eyebar, also on the eastern span.
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  9. iliotibial
    • 2009 September 8, Christopher Clarey, “Oudin’s Wild Ride Reaches the Quarterfinals”, New York Times:
      Despite the tape on Oudin’s left thigh — there to protect an irritated iliotibial band — Oudin continued to move superbly on Monday.
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  10. keeling -> keel
    • 2009 September 8, Jeffrey Gettleman, “Lush Land Dries Up, Withering Kenya’s Hopes”, New York Times:
      The fabled game animals that safari-goers fly thousands of miles to see are keeling over from hunger and the picturesque savanna is now littered with an unusually large number of sun-bleached bones.
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  11. noncancer
    • 2009 September 8, Colin Fernandes, M.D., “Coming to Know the Limits of Healing”, New York Times:
      They include some sobering facts — for example, that nearly all the highest-quality trials evaluating the value of opioids for chronic noncancer pain were short-term efficacy studies, just 16 weeks or less.
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  12. smoochers
  13. tonsilloliths
  14. trichas *
    • 2009 September 8, C. Claiborne Ray, “Singing on the Wing”, New York Times:
      Flight songs have been described in species including the Nashville warbler, the lark bunting and the common yellowthroat (Geothlypis trichas).
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  15. unpreoccupied
    • 2009 September 8, Susan Dominus, “Going the Distance to Get a Child to a Magnet School”, New York Times:
      To her credit, Ms. Taylor, in conversation, seemed wholly unpreoccupied with test scores, nurturing fragile geniuses or preparing children for the rigorous application processes their futures will no doubt hold.
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