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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 2009-06-24 issue of the New York Times (2009-08-19).

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  1. amatriciana *
    • 2009 June 24, Alex Witchel, “Finding the Soul Mate for Supplì”, New York Times:
      After that he cooked around plenty — for his fried artichokes, spaghetti amatriciana and homemade grappas, loyal customers followed him to Nello, Il Buco, Coco Pazzo, Sapore di Mare and a second Sandro’s in Chelsea.
  2. calamata
    • 2009 June 24, “Greek-Style Nachos”, New York Times:
      1/2 cup calamata olives, pitted and halved (optional).
  3. cucurbitaceae
    • 2009 June 24, Pete Wells, “Refreshing by Definition”, New York Times:
      MELON Honeydew, watermelon and even cucumber (all members of the cucurbitaceae family) can be pounded with a Muddler to flavor a cocktail.
  4. draftmates
  5. mezcals
    • 2009 June 24, “Watermelon Sugar”, New York Times:
      Note : Joven mezcals are young spirits with no aging.
  6. midscene
    • 2009 June 24, Claudia La Rocco, “An Evil Sorcerer’s Cruel Tricks and the Heartbreak of a Part-Time Swan”, New York Times:
      Anyway, “Swan Lake” of course belongs to the swan maidens, and to Odette-Odile, performed by Irina Dvorovenko, a technically strong but sometimes dramatically thin dancer. Ms. Dvorovenko can be, to put it mildly, something of a showboat, with midscene curtain calls becoming performances in their own right.
  7. petrolist
    • 2009 June 24, Thomas L. Friedman, “The Green Revolution(s)”, New York Times:
      I believe in “The First Law of Petro-Politics,” which stipulates that the price of oil and the pace of freedom in petrolist states — states totally dependent on oil exports to run their economies — operate in an inverse correlation.
  8. prescandal
  9. rickey
    • 2009 June 24, Pete Wells, “Refreshing by Definition”, New York Times:
      RICKEY So simple it’s almost embarrassing, a rickey is nothing more than a shot of any liquor with a healthy dose of LIME juice and lots of seltzer.
  10. swizzled
  11. telefono *
    • 2009 June 24, Alex Witchel, “Finding the Soul Mate for Supplì”, New York Times:
      In the kitchen he showed me how he makes his supplì al telefono, rice balls stuffed with ground meat and mozzarella, then breaded and fried.
  12. turbinata *
  13. turistas *
    • 2009 June 24, Alex Witchel, “Finding the Soul Mate for Supplì”, New York Times:
      These constitute a separate form of entertainment, and are usually found at hotels like the Eden or La Pergola at the Hilton, where sweeping views of the city help soothe the souls of martini-deprived turistas.
  14. unlikability
    • 2009 June 24, Patricia Cohen, “Rethinking Gender Bias in Theater”, New York Times:
      Kathryn Walat, a playwright who attended, said, “Most startling was the reaction to women writing — and I think of my own work — about female protagonists and the unlikability of those characters.”
  15. videocasts
    • 2009 June 24, Jenna Wortham, “Apps Deficit Hurts Palm in Rivalry With iPhone”, New York Times:
      Palm’s App Catalog has just a few dozen apps, even as Apple boasts that iPhone users can download 50,000 apps that do everything from receiving baseball videocasts to unlocking a rental car.