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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-22 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-22).

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  1. adjuvanted
    • 2009 September 22, Andrew Pollack, “Benefit and Doubt in Vaccine Additive”, New York Times:
      “We have always argued that using adjuvanted vaccine would leave more vaccine for poor people,” said Marie-Paule Kieny, director of the World Health Organization’s initiative for vaccine research.
  2. fanaticisms
    • 2009 September 22, David Brooks, “Three Cheers for Irving”, New York Times:
      There were fanaticisms, none of which he had any part in.
  3. gridlockfest
    • 2009 September 22, Helene Cooper, “For a President in the Big Apple, a Heart-Shaped Potato”, New York Times:
      The broader reason for Mr. Obama’s trip to Manhattan is the annual multiday gridlockfest that is the opening days of the United Nations General Assembly . Mr. Obama is scheduled to talk about global hot topics like climate change , development, poverty, the economy, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the efforts to rein in Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
  4. hysterias
    • 2009 September 22, David Brooks, “Three Cheers for Irving”, New York Times:
      The century was filled with hysterias, all of which he refused to join.
  5. ineptitudes
    • 2009 September 22, “With Friends Like These”, New York Times:
      It is hard to imagine politics getting more dysfunctional in New York State, but President Obama and his political team managed to add to the ineptitudes in Albany by trying to shove Gov. David Paterson out of the governor’s race next year.
  6. nelegal
    • 2009 September 22, Agence France-Presse, “Elizaveta Mukasei, Soviet Spy, Is Dead at 97”, New York Times:
      Ms. Mukasei spent most of her working life as “nelegal,” a Russian term for spies who worked undercover in the West during the cold war and sent intelligence back to Moscow.
  7. nonharmful
    • 2009 September 22, Reuters, “F.C.C. Calls Open Internet Rules Vital”, New York Times:
      Mr. Genachowski proposed codifying the new principles with four existing principles issued several years ago by the F.C.C. They say that network operators cannot prevent users from accessing lawful Internet content, applications and services of their choice, nor can they prohibit users from attaching nonharmful devices to the network.
  8. overexplanatory
    • 2009 September 22, Mike Hale, “Amateur Detectives Meet Unidentified Victims”, New York Times:
      Its look and pace closely resemble those of “Without a Trace”; it puts its dead victims on screen to observe the action, a device borrowed from “Cold Case”; and it has the stilted, overexplanatory dialogue that somehow characterizes every series in the Bruckheimer canon, regardless of show runner or writers.
  9. peramivir
    • 2009 September 22, Andrew Pollack, “New Drugs May Attack Flu, but Not in Time”, New York Times:
      In the United States, peramivir is not likely to be used for routine treatment of seasonal or pandemic flu, partly because most primary-care physicians do not administer intravenous infusions.
  10. recessionlike
    • 2009 September 22, Nick Bunkley, “With Low Prices, Hyundai Builds Market Share”, New York Times:
      “There’s a great spot for a brand like ours, particularly in a recessionlike environment,” John Krafcik, the chief executive of Hyundai Motor America, said.
  11. snoose
    • 2009 September 22, Andrew Adam Newman, “A Different Camel Is Back in the Glossies”, New York Times:
      The campaign, by Quaker City Mercantile in Philadelphia, pitches Camel Snus (pronounced snoose) as a way around smoking bans.
  12. unionwide
  13. unpoetic