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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-05 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-10-05).

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  1. afropolitan
  2. brattiness
    • 2009 October 5, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Growing up might have seemed a liability to Jemina Pearl, who until last year was the lead singer for the Nashville punk outfit Be Your Own Pet. That band was chipper in its brattiness, and Ms. Pearl steered it as if inebriated.
  3. cerveza *
    • 2009 October 5, Edward Hadas And Jeffrey Goldfarb, “A Solid Quarter, but No Harbinger”, New York Times:
      Now it wants to join the party, disclosing last week that it is in talks to offload cerveza from its Coca-Cola bottling and convenience-store operations.
  4. chinaopen
    • 2009 October 5, The Associated Press, “Title for Davydenko”, New York Times:
      Safina, looking to bounce back after an embarrassing loss to a teenage qualifier last week in Japan, lost serve four times but defeated Roberta Vinci, 6-4, 6-4. chinaopen (REUTERS)
  5. macrostatistics
  6. multitracks
    • 2009 October 5, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      There’s some exciting music here. Mr. Hammond multitracks gorgeous vocal harmonies in “Best Thing That Ever Happened.”
  7. nonfoul
    • 2009 October 5, Jonathan Abrams, “Gallinari’s Effort Is Reassuring to the Knicks”, New York Times:
      Although there was not much more bickering with officials than at a game with a regular officiating crew, Lee collected the game’s only technical for arguing a nonfoul call in the fourth quarter.
  8. praemunire
    • 2009 October 5, Janet Maslin, “Cromwell Unshadowed, Razor Sharp”, New York Times:
      For readers not fully versed in the nuances of England’s tangled royal bloodlines, not amused by Ms. Mantel’s deliberate obliqueness (“half the world is called Thomas,” the book observes, and it is in no hurry to differentiate one Thomas from another — or even to use proper names when a “he,” “him” or “his” will do) or not even familiar with the effect of the law of praemunire on the papacy, “Wolf Hall” has its share of stumbling blocks.
  9. preseries
  10. swaggerlicious
    • 2009 October 5, Greg Bishop, “Saints Make Sanchez Look Like Rookie”, New York Times:
      It was billed as a blockbuster matchup between the Saints’ adjective-inducing offense and a Jets defense described as “swaggerlicious.”