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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-06 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-10-06).

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2009-10-06[edit]

  1. antinicotine
  2. foreseeably
    • 2009 October 6, Bill Carter, “Letterman Apologizes on the Air to His Wife”, New York Times:
      “It could foreseeably be admissible,” said Gerald Lefcourt, a defense lawyer with experience in both criminal and celebrity cases.
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  3. gimbles
    • 2009 October 6, Benedict Carey, “How Nonsense Sharpens the Intellect”, New York Times:
      The three-dollar bill; the nun with a beard; the sentence, to borrow from the Lewis Carroll poem, that gyres and gimbles in the wabe.
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  4. hindfoot
  5. innumerates
  6. noncriminals
    • 2009 October 6, “Salvaging Immigration Detention”, New York Times:
      But it’s gratifying to hear Ms. Napolitano and Mr. Morton acknowledge that nonviolent noncriminals — particularly those seeking refuge — should not be warehoused behind bars.
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  7. nondrug
    • 2009 October 6, Roni Caryn Rabin, “Depression Is a Dilemma for Women in Pregnancy”, New York Times:
      Some critics said the paper gave short shrift to nondrug approaches like homeopathic remedies and nutritional supplements, while other experts said the paper’s endorsement of psychotherapy was “politically correct” but ultimately unrealistic.
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  8. posteverything
  9. postsurgical
    • 2009 October 6, Roni Caryn Rabin, “Disparities: Researchers Look at Deaths After Surgery”, New York Times:
      “A lot of current policies are focused on minimizing complications, and that’s helpful,” Dr. Ghaferi said, but added, “It really behooves us to look at what hospitals are doing once they encounter a complication with a patient in a postsurgical setting.”
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  10. shroudlike
  11. sublayers
    • 2009 October 6, Henry Fountain, “After Asteroid Strike, a Fast Rebound for Some”, New York Times:
      In the earliest sublayers, the researchers found much evidence for bacteria but little for algae, suggesting that right after the impact, algae production was greatly reduced.
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  12. superempowered
    • 2009 October 6, David Brooks, “Bentham vs. Hume”, New York Times:
      He’d organize a superempowered Medicare commission to rewrite regulations and hold down costs.
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  13. tebow
    • 2009 October 6, Ray Glier, “S.E.C. Says Official Erred”, New York Times:
      ¶Florida Coach Urban Meyer said quarterback Tim Tebow had not been cleared to practice or to play against L.S.U. But he said Tebow, was no longer dealing with postconcussion symptoms and had been without headaches and other symptoms for several days. tebow (AP)
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  14. throwng
  15. unclinched

|passage=Good,” Torre said to himself as first place remained unclinched. }

  1. wabe
    • 2009 October 6, Benedict Carey, “How Nonsense Sharpens the Intellect”, New York Times:
      The three-dollar bill; the nun with a beard; the sentence, to borrow from the Lewis Carroll poem, that gyres and gimbles in the wabe.
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