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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-20 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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2009-07-20[edit]

  1. atacicept
    • 2009 July 20, Andrew Pollack, “Trial for New Lupus Treatment Is Called Promising”, New York Times:
      Among the companies that have had setbacks or outright failures in clinical trials are Roche and Biogen Idec with their drug Rituxan; La Jolla Pharmaceutical with Riquent; Bristol-Myers Squibb with Orencia; ZymoGenetics and Merck Serono with atacicept; Genelabs Technologies with Prestara; Teva Pharmaceutical Industries with edratide; and Aspreva Pharmaceuticals and Roche with CellCept.
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  2. belimumab
  3. booping
    • 2009 July 20, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      The music on “LP” is almost entirely unnatural, booping and puffing, buzzing and ticking in tones no acoustic instrument would make.
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  4. cronkite
    • 2009 July 20, “Metropolitan Diary”, New York Times:
      No. Maureen Dowd: Pharisees on the Potomac Driven to Distraction: Drivers and Legislators Dismiss Cellphone Risks Before College, Costly Advice Just on Getting In Novelties: Better Vision, With a Telescope Inside the Eye Why We Must Ration Health Care Op-Ed Contributor: One Giant Leap to Nowhere Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Frank McCourt, Author of ‘Angela’s Ashes,’ Dies at 78 Go to Complete List » Frank McCourt, Author of 'Angela's Ashes,' Dies at 78 They Got Some 'Splainin' to Do Drivers Dismiss Risks of Multitasking on the Road One Giant Leap to Nowhere Governors Join G.O.P. in Concerns on Health Bill Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit CIT Is Near Deal for $3 Billion Loan to Avert Bankruptcy India Rebuffs New Efforts for Binding Carbon Targets Israel Rejects U.S. Call on East Jerusalem Development One Newspaper, Many Checkbooks Go to Complete List » modern love cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson china india walter cronkite obama health care crossword Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Travel » Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Opinion » Room for Debate: Driving While Distracted Fashion & Style » A Modern Master of Perfect Parties Music » Tween Princess, Tweaked Opinion » The Rural Life What a lot of shut-eye species on a farm get, and how sleep-deprived humans seem in comparison, writes Verlyn Klinkenborg.
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  5. edratide
    • 2009 July 20, Andrew Pollack, “Trial for New Lupus Treatment Is Called Promising”, New York Times:
      Among the companies that have had setbacks or outright failures in clinical trials are Roche and Biogen Idec with their drug Rituxan; La Jolla Pharmaceutical with Riquent; Bristol-Myers Squibb with Orencia; ZymoGenetics and Merck Serono with atacicept; Genelabs Technologies with Prestara; Teva Pharmaceutical Industries with edratide; and Aspreva Pharmaceuticals and Roche with CellCept.
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  6. goto *
  7. india *
    • 2009 July 20, “Metropolitan Diary”, New York Times:
      No. Maureen Dowd: Pharisees on the Potomac Driven to Distraction: Drivers and Legislators Dismiss Cellphone Risks Before College, Costly Advice Just on Getting In Novelties: Better Vision, With a Telescope Inside the Eye Why We Must Ration Health Care Op-Ed Contributor: One Giant Leap to Nowhere Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Frank McCourt, Author of ‘Angela’s Ashes,’ Dies at 78 Go to Complete List » Frank McCourt, Author of 'Angela's Ashes,' Dies at 78 They Got Some 'Splainin' to Do Drivers Dismiss Risks of Multitasking on the Road One Giant Leap to Nowhere Governors Join G.O.P. in Concerns on Health Bill Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit CIT Is Near Deal for $3 Billion Loan to Avert Bankruptcy India Rebuffs New Efforts for Binding Carbon Targets Israel Rejects U.S. Call on East Jerusalem Development One Newspaper, Many Checkbooks Go to Complete List » modern love cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson china india walter cronkite obama health care crossword Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Travel » Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Opinion » Room for Debate: Driving While Distracted Fashion & Style » A Modern Master of Perfect Parties Music » Tween Princess, Tweaked Opinion » The Rural Life What a lot of shut-eye species on a farm get, and how sleep-deprived humans seem in comparison, writes Verlyn Klinkenborg.
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  8. jackson *
    • 2009 July 20, “Metropolitan Diary”, New York Times:
      No. Maureen Dowd: Pharisees on the Potomac Driven to Distraction: Drivers and Legislators Dismiss Cellphone Risks Before College, Costly Advice Just on Getting In Novelties: Better Vision, With a Telescope Inside the Eye Why We Must Ration Health Care Op-Ed Contributor: One Giant Leap to Nowhere Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Frank McCourt, Author of ‘Angela’s Ashes,’ Dies at 78 Go to Complete List » Frank McCourt, Author of 'Angela's Ashes,' Dies at 78 They Got Some 'Splainin' to Do Drivers Dismiss Risks of Multitasking on the Road One Giant Leap to Nowhere Governors Join G.O.P. in Concerns on Health Bill Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit CIT Is Near Deal for $3 Billion Loan to Avert Bankruptcy India Rebuffs New Efforts for Binding Carbon Targets Israel Rejects U.S. Call on East Jerusalem Development One Newspaper, Many Checkbooks Go to Complete List » modern love cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson china india walter cronkite obama health care crossword Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Travel » Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Opinion » Room for Debate: Driving While Distracted Fashion & Style » A Modern Master of Perfect Parties Music » Tween Princess, Tweaked Opinion » The Rural Life What a lot of shut-eye species on a farm get, and how sleep-deprived humans seem in comparison, writes Verlyn Klinkenborg.
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  9. july *
    • 2009 July 20, “Metropolitan Diary”, New York Times:
      No. Maureen Dowd: Pharisees on the Potomac Driven to Distraction: Drivers and Legislators Dismiss Cellphone Risks Before College, Costly Advice Just on Getting In Novelties: Better Vision, With a Telescope Inside the Eye Why We Must Ration Health Care Op-Ed Contributor: One Giant Leap to Nowhere Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Frank McCourt, Author of ‘Angela’s Ashes,’ Dies at 78 Go to Complete List » Frank McCourt, Author of 'Angela's Ashes,' Dies at 78 They Got Some 'Splainin' to Do Drivers Dismiss Risks of Multitasking on the Road One Giant Leap to Nowhere Governors Join G.O.P. in Concerns on Health Bill Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit CIT Is Near Deal for $3 Billion Loan to Avert Bankruptcy India Rebuffs New Efforts for Binding Carbon Targets Israel Rejects U.S. Call on East Jerusalem Development One Newspaper, Many Checkbooks Go to Complete List » modern love cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson china india walter cronkite obama health care crossword Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Travel » Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Opinion » Room for Debate: Driving While Distracted Fashion & Style » A Modern Master of Perfect Parties Music » Tween Princess, Tweaked Opinion » The Rural Life What a lot of shut-eye species on a farm get, and how sleep-deprived humans seem in comparison, writes Verlyn Klinkenborg.
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  10. layeredness
    • 2009 July 20, Ben Brantley, “Time, and the Green and Pleasant Land”, New York Times:
      The town of Bath, where Starbucks-sipping tourists swarm over ancient Roman ruins, is an especially advantageous place to consider time’s layeredness.
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  11. meshugenah
  12. michael
    • 2009 July 20, “Metropolitan Diary”, New York Times:
      No. Maureen Dowd: Pharisees on the Potomac Driven to Distraction: Drivers and Legislators Dismiss Cellphone Risks Before College, Costly Advice Just on Getting In Novelties: Better Vision, With a Telescope Inside the Eye Why We Must Ration Health Care Op-Ed Contributor: One Giant Leap to Nowhere Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Frank McCourt, Author of ‘Angela’s Ashes,’ Dies at 78 Go to Complete List » Frank McCourt, Author of 'Angela's Ashes,' Dies at 78 They Got Some 'Splainin' to Do Drivers Dismiss Risks of Multitasking on the Road One Giant Leap to Nowhere Governors Join G.O.P. in Concerns on Health Bill Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit CIT Is Near Deal for $3 Billion Loan to Avert Bankruptcy India Rebuffs New Efforts for Binding Carbon Targets Israel Rejects U.S. Call on East Jerusalem Development One Newspaper, Many Checkbooks Go to Complete List » modern love cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson china india walter cronkite obama health care crossword Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Travel » Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Opinion » Room for Debate: Driving While Distracted Fashion & Style » A Modern Master of Perfect Parties Music » Tween Princess, Tweaked Opinion » The Rural Life What a lot of shut-eye species on a farm get, and how sleep-deprived humans seem in comparison, writes Verlyn Klinkenborg.
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  13. nonfictionish
    • 2009 July 20, Janet Maslin, “Harvard Pals Grow Rich: Chronicling Facebook Without Face Time”, New York Times:
      Though we cannot know exactly what went through Ben Mezrich’s mind as he wrote “The Accidental Billionaires,” his nonfictionish book about the creation of Facebook , we can perhaps speculate hypothetically about what it possibly might have been like.
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  14. opzn
  15. postironic
  16. preordination
    • 2009 July 20, Larry Dorman, “Cink Ends Watson’s Open Dreams in Playoff”, New York Times:
      TURNBERRY, Scotland — Not the onrush of history, not the seeming preordination of the champion, not the brutal crosswind off the firth or crowds of thousands of Scots who roared almost exclusively for his astounding 59-year-old opponent could stop Stewart Cink from winning the 138th British Open on Sunday.
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  17. preshot
    • 2009 July 20, Christopher Clarey, “A Deflating Finale, but a Hard-Earned Title”, New York Times:
      In May, unhappy with his recent performances, he decided to “totally overhaul” his putting by going back to the short putter and developing a preshot routine that would help him keep his mind clear under duress.
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  18. retee
  19. reteed
    • 2009 July 20, Bill Pennington, “10 Principles for the Perplexed”, New York Times:
      He has to be my least favorite uncle, so I ignored him and instead went back and reteed, invoking the “squirrel do-over” rule.
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  20. superadvanced
  21. sz
  22. tailpiece
    • 2009 July 20, Anthony Tommasini, “Where Bows Tap and the Cello Travels”, New York Times:
      They tapped on the fingerboard, the bridge, the tailpiece and, especially, the gleaming wood body of their instruments.
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  23. ultrasentimental
    • 2009 July 20, Christopher Clarey, “A Deflating Finale, but a Hard-Earned Title”, New York Times:
      But this pinch-yourself week at Turnberry full of crosswind and ultrasentimental plotlines turned out to be different, with a lot of help at the bitter end from Watson and from a tricky 15-foot putt that Cink made for birdie on the 18th.
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  24. walter
    • 2009 July 20, “Metropolitan Diary”, New York Times:
      No. Maureen Dowd: Pharisees on the Potomac Driven to Distraction: Drivers and Legislators Dismiss Cellphone Risks Before College, Costly Advice Just on Getting In Novelties: Better Vision, With a Telescope Inside the Eye Why We Must Ration Health Care Op-Ed Contributor: One Giant Leap to Nowhere Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Frank McCourt, Author of ‘Angela’s Ashes,’ Dies at 78 Go to Complete List » Frank McCourt, Author of 'Angela's Ashes,' Dies at 78 They Got Some 'Splainin' to Do Drivers Dismiss Risks of Multitasking on the Road One Giant Leap to Nowhere Governors Join G.O.P. in Concerns on Health Bill Obama Says Health Plan Won't Add to Deficit CIT Is Near Deal for $3 Billion Loan to Avert Bankruptcy India Rebuffs New Efforts for Binding Carbon Targets Israel Rejects U.S. Call on East Jerusalem Development One Newspaper, Many Checkbooks Go to Complete List » modern love cancer july 3, 2009 michael jackson china india walter cronkite obama health care crossword Go to Complete List » Advertisements Inside NYTimes.com Travel » Going Back in Time in Old England, Sip by Sip Opinion » Room for Debate: Driving While Distracted Fashion & Style » A Modern Master of Perfect Parties Music » Tween Princess, Tweaked Opinion » The Rural Life What a lot of shut-eye species on a farm get, and how sleep-deprived humans seem in comparison, writes Verlyn Klinkenborg.
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