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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-20 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-19).

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2009-04-20[edit]

  1. hashtag
2009 April 20, Stephanie Clifford, “Tweeting Becomes a Summer Job Opportunity”, New York Times:
The successful applicant will speak fluent OMG and LOL and correctly use the terms DM (direct message), RT (retweet) and # (hashtag).

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  1. pawnable
2009 April 20, Peter S. Goodman, “As a Budget Gets Tighter, Police Battle Rising Crime”, New York Times:
“Burglaries, auto breaks, anything pawnable gets stolen,” Officer George Potash said.

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  1. reddit
2009 April 20, Noam Cohen, “When Pixels Find New Life on Real Paper”, New York Times:
The print xkcd book is not being published through a traditional company but rather by breadpig — which was created by Alexis Ohanian, one of the founders of the social-news Web site reddit.

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  1. retweet
2009 April 20, Stephanie Clifford, “Tweeting Becomes a Summer Job Opportunity”, New York Times:
The successful applicant will speak fluent OMG and LOL and correctly use the terms DM (direct message), RT (retweet) and # (hashtag).

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  1. roebelenii
2009 April 20, James Barron, “Snowbird’s Return, to a Lounge With a View”, New York Times:
To the species-conscious, No. 15 is a Phoenix roebelenii.

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  1. breadpig = brand name
2009 April 20, Noam Cohen, “When Pixels Find New Life on Real Paper”, New York Times:
The print xkcd book is not being published through a traditional company but rather by breadpig — which was created by Alexis Ohanian, one of the founders of the social-news Web site reddit.

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  1. emptywheel = brand name
2009 April 20, Scott Shane, “Waterboarding Used 266 Times on 2 Suspects”, New York Times:
The new information on the number of waterboarding episodes came out over the weekend when a number of bloggers, including Marcy Wheeler of the blog emptywheel , discovered it in the May 30, 2005, memo.

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