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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-23 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-23).

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2009-09-23[edit]

  1. antiregulation
  2. baklawah
    • 2009 September 23, Anna Louie Sussman, “Yes, We Speak Cupcake”, New York Times:
      AS a young student at the multinational Aramco school in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, Fadi Jaber, a son of Palestinian refugees, always preferred his American classmates’ cupcakes, brownies and chocolate chip cookies to his mother’s pastries: knafah, qatayef and baklawah.
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  3. corso *
    • 2009 September 23, Manny Fernandez, “Large Dogs in Public Housing Are Now Endangered Species”, New York Times:
      But that notice listed 27 prohibited breeds, including the Shar-Pei, the cane corso and the dogo Argentino . Mr. Marder said the agency had tried to identify breeds that exceed 25 pounds when grown, but realized that the long list was “impractical” and cut it to three.
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  4. dduk
  5. dogo *
    • 2009 September 23, Manny Fernandez, “Large Dogs in Public Housing Are Now Endangered Species”, New York Times:
      But that notice listed 27 prohibited breeds, including the Shar-Pei, the cane corso and the dogo Argentino . Mr. Marder said the agency had tried to identify breeds that exceed 25 pounds when grown, but realized that the long list was “impractical” and cut it to three.
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  6. frappato
    • 2009 September 23, Eric Asimov, “From Jura, Geeky but Versatile Wines”, New York Times:
      It, too, can have an earthy, gamy flavor, yet it is deliciously refreshing, almost like a cross between gamay, the grape of Beaujolais, and frappato, a lively, refreshing Sicilian grape.
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  7. gamay *
    • 2009 September 23, Eric Asimov, “From Jura, Geeky but Versatile Wines”, New York Times:
      It, too, can have an earthy, gamy flavor, yet it is deliciously refreshing, almost like a cross between gamay, the grape of Beaujolais, and frappato, a lively, refreshing Sicilian grape.
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  8. gatoring
  9. glaciale *
    • 2009 September 23, Florence Fabricant, “A Frosty Look and a Lemony Bite”, New York Times:
      It will never unseat arugula, but this leafy succulent — known as ficoïde glaciale in France — is becoming an exotic favorite of chefs.
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  10. gochujang
  11. knafah
    • 2009 September 23, Anna Louie Sussman, “Yes, We Speak Cupcake”, New York Times:
      AS a young student at the multinational Aramco school in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, Fadi Jaber, a son of Palestinian refugees, always preferred his American classmates’ cupcakes, brownies and chocolate chip cookies to his mother’s pastries: knafah, qatayef and baklawah.
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  12. miniorchestra
    • 2009 September 23, Jon Caramanica, “A Flannel-Wearing Wall of Ragged Sound”, New York Times:
      But really Fanfarlo recalls Beirut , the Gypsy-folk miniorchestra, with its emphasis on melancholy, rustic harmonies, though without the blatant culture scavenging.
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  13. moutain
  14. noncorrupted
    • 2009 September 23, David E. Sanger, “Obama’s Task: A Tough Sell on Friendly Territory”, New York Times:
      “This is not Vietnam, but there is no military prospect of a victory,” the French foreign minister, Bernard Kouchner , said on Monday. Mr. Kouchner, who worked in Afghanistan for many years, argued that the only path for the allies was to “win the hearts and minds of the Afghan people” and not wait for the emergence of a “noncorrupted Western-style democracy.”
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  15. pajeon
    • 2009 September 23, Julia Moskin, “Culinary Diplomacy With a Side of Kimchi”, New York Times:
      But high-end restaurants in Seoul are now turning away from Western food and toward Korean tradition, drawing on both everyday snacks like pajeon and painstaking arts like the making of tteok, sticky rice pounded into a dizzying array of shapes, colors and flavors.
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  16. ploussard
    • 2009 September 23, Eric Asimov, “From Jura, Geeky but Versatile Wines”, New York Times:
      I think my favorite of all Jura reds, though, is Jacques Puffeney’s Arbois Vieilles Vignes, a blend of pinot noir, trousseau and ploussard that is the epitome of Arbois terroir, inspiring and invigorating.
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  17. postcommute

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  1. poulsard
    • 2009 September 23, Eric Asimov, “From Jura, Geeky but Versatile Wines”, New York Times:
      The other major red grape, the poulsard, sometimes known as ploussard, is uncommonly delicate, and so pale it looks more like a dark rosé than a red.
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  2. primarying
    • 2009 September 23, Jackie Calmes, “G.O.P. Senator Draws Critics in Both Parties”, New York Times:
      “There is so much talk of primarying Chuck Grassley now,” a well-known conservative, Bill Salier, said on an Iowa radio show.
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  3. qatayef
    • 2009 September 23, Anna Louie Sussman, “Yes, We Speak Cupcake”, New York Times:
      AS a young student at the multinational Aramco school in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, Fadi Jaber, a son of Palestinian refugees, always preferred his American classmates’ cupcakes, brownies and chocolate chip cookies to his mother’s pastries: knafah, qatayef and baklawah.
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  4. savagnin
    • 2009 September 23, Eric Asimov, “From Jura, Geeky but Versatile Wines”, New York Times:
      Oxygen is an accomplice, not a foe, in the production of vin jaune, which is made of the savagnin grape, a Jura staple.
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  5. savagnins
    • 2009 September 23, Eric Asimov, “From Jura, Geeky but Versatile Wines”, New York Times:
      But some savagnins, made in the style of a vin jaune but with less aging, are almost as remarkable.
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  6. toppoki
  7. tteokbokki
    • 2009 September 23, Julia Moskin, “Culinary Diplomacy With a Side of Kimchi”, New York Times:
      At the Momofuku restaurants, David Chang made his name by layering the intense flavors of Korea into Japanese and American dishes; at Ssam Bar, his version of tteokbokki is crossbred with Italian gnocchi in a light, fiery, herb-spiked pork sauce.
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  8. unmuffled
    • 2009 September 23, Andrew C. Revkin, “Momentum on Climate Pact Is Elusive”, New York Times:
      “We need all the unmuffled warnings we can get given that humans are not like slowly boiling frogs, we are like slowly boiling brainless frogs,” he wrote.
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  9. unretirement
    • 2009 September 23, Lynn Zinser, “Henin, a Former No. 1, Will Return to Tennis”, New York Times:
      Following in the very successful unretirement footsteps of her countrywoman Kim Clijsters , the former No. 1-ranked Justine Henin announced on Belgian television Tuesday that she would return to the women’s tennis tour in time for the Australian Open in January.
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