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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-04-02 issue of the New York Times (2009-04-02).

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  1. charcutier *
    • 2009 April 2, Cintra Wilson, “To Rediscover the West, Head East”, New York Times:
      Right there, hanging in the window: a scrum of hand-stitched, distressed leather bratwurst nightsticks — wonderfully dark and suggestive of something that Sweeney Todd, the charcutier, would make out of rugby players for gay cops.
  2. fallopian
    • 2009 April 2, Andrew Adam Newman, “Once a Seldom-Heard Word, Pregnancy Is Now in the Spotlight”, New York Times:
      Even if the F.S.H. is normal, a woman’s attempts to get pregnant could be affected by problems with the uterus, cervix or fallopian tubes, Ms. Hammond said, adding that women nearing 40 and older face an increasingly high bar.
  3. fuddy
    • 2009 April 2, Eric Wilson, “Irresistible and Affordable”, New York Times:
      As these stores become “recession destinations,” as described in a report by the research firm YouGov, shoppers are discovering that they aren’t as fuddy as they used to be.
  4. hypernationalism
    • 2009 April 2, Michael Wines, “An Unsure China Steps Onto the Global Stage”, New York Times:
      The most talked-about new book here, “China is Unhappy,” combines hypernationalism with biting criticism of Western mismanagement and of China’s reluctance to grasp its place in history.
  5. misshelved
    • 2009 April 2, Susan Saulny, “People in Need Are Filling and Taxing Libraries”, New York Times:
      But in some cities, this new popularity — some would call it overtaxing — is pushing libraries in directions not seen before, with librarians dealing with stresses that go far beyond overdue fines and misshelved books.
  6. nonterrorists
  7. overemoting
    • 2009 April 2, Melena Ryzik, “Chasing Stardom, in No Particular Rush”, New York Times:
      “He’s very aware of clichés of young male actors” — the overemoting, the easy role choices — “and he really wants to avoid them.”
  8. preprimary
    • 2009 April 2, Elizabeth Pope, “Experienced, Eager to Serve, Will Travel”, New York Times:
      After four weeks of training in Namibia, including site visits and job shadowing, she lived with a family for several weeks for cultural and language training and is now training preprimary teachers in Swakopmund.
  9. recharacterization
  10. recharacterize
  11. recharacterized
    • 2009 April 2, Deborah L. Jacobs, “For This Year, a Chance to Shift Financial Strategies”, New York Times:
      After you have recharacterized, you are not permitted to do another conversion with the same assets until the next year or 30 days after the first conversion — whichever is longer.
  12. rehospitalized
    • 2009 April 2, Reed Abelson, “Study Finds Many on Medicare Return to Hospital”, New York Times:
      As many as a fifth of all Medicare patients are readmitted within a month of being discharged, according to the study, and a third are rehospitalized within 90 days.
  13. reinflationary
    • 2009 April 2, J. Alex Tarquinio, “A Hedge Against Inflation”, New York Times:
      “But all the steps the government is taking to help out the financial markets are reinflationary.
  14. remanufacturing
    • 2009 April 2, Cintra Wilson, “To Rediscover the West, Head East”, New York Times:
      The fruits of our American counterculture, indigenous art forms that our own mainstream has never quite fully appreciated (jazz, rockabilly and break dancing, to name a few), owe a great debt to the Japanese for their good sense in adopting, fetishizing, reinterpreting, remanufacturing — and thereby rescuing and historically preserving them.
  15. stonelike
    • 2009 April 2, Steven Greenhouse, “In Workplace Injury System, Ill Will on All Sides”, New York Times:
      For some workers who risk their fingers and bones to make Corian, the stonelike countertop material that is the plant’s major product, the coupons have become a modest blessing and benefit.
  16. supertechnical
  17. tentpole
    • 2009 April 2, Brian Stelter, “Piracy Puts Film Online One Month Before Open”, New York Times:
      “We’ve never seen a high-profile film — a film of this budget, a tentpole movie with this box office potential — leak in any form this early,” he said.