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

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8300 tokens ‧ 6053 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 1947 types ‧ 25 (~ 1.284%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-09[edit]

  1. baqala
    • 2009 September 9, Elaine Louie, “Soybeans With Garlic and Dill”, New York Times:
      The chef, Hamid Gharibzade, explained how he made the dish, called baqala qataq.
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  2. bentos
    • 2009 September 9, Samantha Storey, “Bento Boxes Win Lunch Fans”, New York Times:
      For others, bentos are a way to make lunch pretty or indulge their love of things Japanese.
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  3. biodynamically
    • 2009 September 9, Florence Fabricant, “2 Tasty Vinegars From South Africa”, New York Times:
      At Rozendal Farms in Stellenbosch, a wine region near Cape Town where wines are made organically and biodynamically, the Bordeaux blend of cabernet sauvignon and merlot is also the base for the vinegars, which are aged in wood for 12 years.
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  4. borlotti *
  5. brewhouse
  6. bumetanide
    • 2009 September 9, The Associated Press, “Seymour Is Still Staying Away From Raiders”, New York Times:
      The supplement did not list on the label that it contained the diuretic bumetanide, which is banned by the N.F.L. because it can mask the presence of steroids.
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  7. chica *
    • 2009 September 9, Joyce Wadler, “Chew It Up, Spit It Out, Then Brew. Cheers!”, New York Times:
      The musicians of Agua Clara, an Andean band found playing in Times Square, and whose members come from Peru, Chile, Ecuador and Japan, tasted the chica and weighed in.
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  8. cozze *
    • 2009 September 9, Mark Bittman, “Variation on a Theme”, New York Times:
      Luciano asked me if I’d ever eaten pasta e fagioli con le cozze.
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  9. demagoon
    • 2009 September 9, Maureen Dowd, “Less Spocky, More Rocky”, New York Times:
      After signaling that there was nothing he’d fall on his sword for on health care; after dropping Van Jones at the first objection from Glenn Beck — a demagoon who called Obama a “racist” — the president is getting to be seen as an easy mark.
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  10. departmentwide
    • 2009 September 9, James Dao, “Pentagon Keeps Wary Watch as Troops Blog”, New York Times:
      The Department of Defense, citing growing concerns about cybersecurity, plans to issue a new policy in the coming weeks that is widely expected to set departmentwide restrictions on access to social networking sites from military computers.
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  11. fagioli *
    • 2009 September 9, Mark Bittman, “Variation on a Theme”, New York Times:
      Luciano asked me if I’d ever eaten pasta e fagioli con le cozze.
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  12. fermentable
    • 2009 September 9, Joyce Wadler, “Chew It Up, Spit It Out, Then Brew. Cheers!”, New York Times:
      “You need to convert the starches in the corn into fermentable sugars,” the always entertaining Mr. Calagione said by phone from his headquarters in Rehoboth Beach.
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  13. gamaj
    • 2009 September 9, Elaine Louie, “Soybeans With Garlic and Dill”, New York Times:
      She cooked it in a blue-green clay pot, called a gamaj, and swore that the dish was far tastier when cooked that way than in a metal pot.
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  14. honeybush
    • 2009 September 9, Florence Fabricant, “2 Tasty Vinegars From South Africa”, New York Times:
      The Fynbos Vinegar, named for vegetation typical of the Cape region, is seasoned with honeybush tea, rose geranium, wild olive, grape must and buchu, a local bush.
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  15. hottieography
  16. insiderness
    • 2009 September 9, Julie Bosman, “Rivals for Public Advocate Clash on Ethics and Experience”, New York Times:
      The Democratic candidates for New York City public advocate spent their second and last televised debate confronting one another on ethics, experience and political insiderness, in an hourlong meeting that was as unsettled as the race itself.
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  17. nonparticipatory
  18. nonrevolving
    • 2009 September 9, The Associated Press, “Consumer Borrowing Fell a Record Amount in July”, New York Times:
      Demand for nonrevolving credit used to finance cars, vacations, education and other things fell by $15.4 billion, also a record decline.
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  19. obentos
    • 2009 September 9, Samantha Storey, “Bento Boxes Win Lunch Fans”, New York Times:
      Japanese mothers take pride in their obentos and hope they outshine those of other mothers, said the Japanese cookbook author Hiroko Shimbo.
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  20. pintxos
    • 2009 September 9, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      He brings his experience cooking in San Sebastián, Spain, to the pintxos (Basque tapas) at this East Village wine bar.
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  21. pizzaioli *

|passage=He has faith in his pizzaioli, who will rotate between restaurants. }

  1. qataq
    • 2009 September 9, Elaine Louie, “Soybeans With Garlic and Dill”, New York Times:
      The chef, Hamid Gharibzade, explained how he made the dish, called baqala qataq.
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  2. sensatiaon
    • 2009 September 9, Christopher Clarey, “Nadal Wins, but Men’s Draw Has Surprises”, New York Times:
      Wimbledon finalist Andy Roddick went out with a fight on Saturday against John Isner, but the bigger surprise came on Tuesday when the No. 2 seed Andy Murray went out much more meekly in the fourth round against Marin Cilic, Croatia’s latest tennis sensatiaon.
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  3. snafflers
    • 2009 September 9, Eric Asimov, “Pop Goes the Critic”, New York Times:
      As Mr. Vaynerchuk began shouting his greeting into the camera as if he were hawking cap snafflers at 3 in the morning, the ever game Ms. Robinson could not help but look appalled.
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  4. uglies
    • 2009 September 9, Maureen Dowd, “Less Spocky, More Rocky”, New York Times:
      But if such Republicans seem loco, and the far left looks easily outmaneuvered, the president seems lame, too, for letting the crazies and uglies get on offense all summer, showcased by a superficial media beast.
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