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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-10 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-10).

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94115 tokens ‧ 33 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 33 types ‧ 33 (~ 100%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-10[edit]

  1. bikemaker
    • 2009 September 10, Alex Williams, “Whose Bike Are You Wearing?”, New York Times:
      And in June, Hublot, the luxury watchmaker, partnered with BMC, the Swiss bikemaker, to create a sleek black 11-speed, for about $20,000.
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  2. bonnyface
  3. earcup
    • 2009 September 10, Stephen Williams, “Headphones Allow Only Noise You Want to Hear”, New York Times:
      There’s plenty of transparency in the frequency spectrum, perhaps because of the engineering; microphones are placed both inside and outside the earcup to sense the noise, and the Bose TriPort structure helps the bottom notes.
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  4. endovenous
    • 2009 September 10, Camille Sweeney, “Removing the Web of Spider Veins”, New York Times:
      “What usually happens is someone comes in for endovenous treatments for larger veins and a lot of times they’ll say, ‘While you’re at it, take a look at these smaller veins and let me know if you can do anything about them,’ ” Dr. Zelickson said.
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  5. hoki *
    • 2009 September 10, William J. Broad, “From Deep Pacific, Ugly and Tasty, With a Catch”, New York Times:
      The hoki lives in inky darkness about a half-mile down and grows to more than four feet long, its body ending in a sinuous tail of great length.
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  6. hughesviews
  7. jamaal
  8. jesssteyers
    • 2009 September 10, David Pogue, “Tech Ideas From Twitterland”, New York Times:
      (jesssteyers) To which AmericaTerror responded: “Then how would you call a cab?!”
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  9. kbranch
  10. kellycroy
  11. laban
    • 2009 September 10, Carlos H. Conde, “Aquino’s Son to Seek Philippines Presidency”, New York Times:
      He now uses yellow as his signature color; he flashes the “L” sign, for laban, or fight; and his news conference Wednesday was held at the same place where his mother took her first oath of office.
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  12. larrybehrens
  13. micahherstand
  14. mortifyingly
  15. multibladed
  16. ninfa *
    • 2009 September 10, Steve Smith, “No Mikes: Just a Man, His Voice and Fans”, New York Times:
      Mr. Bocelli strained hardest in an aria from Verdi ’s “Luisa Miller” and in “Malinconia, ninfa gentile,” an arietta by Bellini.
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  17. ottoolah
  18. passepartout *
  19. phlebologist
    • 2009 September 10, Camille Sweeney, “Removing the Web of Spider Veins”, New York Times:
      The blood branches out into the tissue and forms little points and patterns of discoloration,” said Dr. Luis Navarro, a phlebologist (vein specialist) and the medical director of the Vein Treatment Center in Manhattan, who treated Ms. Homa.
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  20. postsex
  21. preapproval
    • 2009 September 10, David Pogue, “Tech Ideas From Twitterland”, New York Times:
      “Like that Fly Clear airport program: If we get preapproval by giving fingerprints, iris scan, or our firstborn child, we can skip F.B.I. warning on movies.”
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  22. renzoroni
  23. revarnished
    • 2009 September 10, Carol Vogel, “An Old Master Emerges From Grime”, New York Times:
      The painting had been heavily restored and cleaned in the 1920s and revarnished in 1953 and again in 1965.
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  24. scarfer
    • 2009 September 10, Eric Wilson, “On Fashion’s Night Out, Shopping Too”, New York Times:
      Ralph Lauren ’s stores on Bleecker Street will have cupcakes from Magnolia Bakery (but watch out for Blake Lively, an expected guest and admitted cupcake scarfer).
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  25. sclerosant
    • 2009 September 10, Camille Sweeney, “Removing the Web of Spider Veins”, New York Times:
      And the solution used in the injections, or sclerosant, can be customized to the color, depth and thickness of a particular patient’s spider veins.
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  26. sclerotherapy
    • 2009 September 10, Camille Sweeney, “Removing the Web of Spider Veins”, New York Times:
      Although both sclerotherapy and laser treatments are commonly performed to eradicate spider veins, there is some pain and up to eight weeks of healing time.
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  27. shopkeep
    • 2009 September 10, Eric Wilson, “On Fashion’s Night Out, Shopping Too”, New York Times:
      In Manhattan alone, you should not be able to walk two blocks Thursday night without a shopkeep handing you a glass of Champagne.
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  28. shuckery
    • 2009 September 10, Penelope Green, “Home Crafts Get Wired”, New York Times:
      Her grandmother, Alice Merryman , who died two years ago at the age of 100, was a quilter and practitioner of corn shuckery, the art of weaving corn husks into brooms, baskets, benches and other objects, including dolls.
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  29. tetherballs
  30. tweetless
    • 2009 September 10, Gail Collins, “So Much for Civility”, New York Times:
      The senator has been tweetless since last weekend, when he recorded the memorable: “Saw Ia U beat my school 17/16.
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  31. unintimidating
    • 2009 September 10, Christopher Clarey, “Oudin’s Surprising Run Comes to an End”, New York Times:
      Unlike some of Oudin’s more experienced opponents here, including Sharapova and Nadia Petrova, Wozniacki did not produce double faults in bunches or overhit when she returned Oudin’s unintimidating serves.
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  32. vidiot
  33. whiptail
    • 2009 September 10, William J. Broad, “From Deep Pacific, Ugly and Tasty, With a Catch”, New York Times:
      One of the most popular is the hoki , or whiptail, a bug-eyed specimen found far down in the waters around New Zealand and transformed into a major export.
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