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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-02 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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2009-08-02[edit]

  1. adana
  2. asian *
  3. bikeathon
  4. biocentric
    • 2009 August 2, Elizabeth Royte, “Roger and Me”, New York Times:
      For a book with such a strongly biocentric worldview, “The Wauchula Woods Accord” is strangely Siebert-centric.
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  5. bushwack
    • 2009 August 2, Peter Stevenson, “Easy to Be Hard”, New York Times:
      Before Phillips puts on the rubber gloves and leads us through a psychoanalytic interpretation of kindness — complete with morsels like “in order to desire, men debase women; in order to desire, women keep their desires secret (even from themselves)” — the authors bushwack through the history of kindness.
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  6. coban
    • 2009 August 2, Joanne Starkey, “A Taste of Turkey, a Taste of Summer”, New York Times:
      Salad lovers should order the à la carte coban of chopped vegetables ($5.95) or the Greek salad ($6.95) under a blizzard of feta cheese .
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  7. cyberlibertarian
    • 2009 August 2, Virginia Heffernan, “Hop on, Pop”, New York Times:
      For the Grateful Dead lyricist John Perry Barlow, cyberlibertarian and a founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, freewheeling file-sharing and community-building seemed like an anticorporate be-in.
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  8. cyberoperations
  9. cyberwarriors
  10. cyberweapons
  11. droplike
    • 2009 August 2, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “In From the Rain”, New York Times:
      In their form, their liquid, droplike appearance, they distill the essence of this appalling summer.
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  12. ecolodge
    • 2009 August 2, Ron Nixon, “Just When Africa’s Luck Was Changing”, New York Times:
      The company says it will go forward with only two of the eight projects it had planned in Rwanda, and the Kigali hotel and Akagera ecolodge didn’t make the cut.
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  13. econometrical
  14. enforcements
  15. eo *
    • 2009 August 2, “Events in Connecticut”, New York Times:
      CHESTER eo art lab “Hose Me,” paintings by Janet Lage.
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  16. eraserlike
    • 2009 August 2, Christine Muhlke, “Kelp Wanted”, New York Times:
      (Only otters can eat it straight from the shell: fresh abalone requires tenderizing to transform its eraserlike consistency.)
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  17. ezme
    • 2009 August 2, Joanne Starkey, “A Taste of Turkey, a Taste of Summer”, New York Times:
      WHAT WE LIKE Bread, meze (assorted appetizers), eggplant with tomato sauce, ezme (spicy minced vegetables), coban salad, Greek salad, lamb shish kebab, kofte, tavuk adana, kiymali pie, sucuklu pie, baklava, baked Turkish pudding.
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  18. fungally
    • 2009 August 2, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “In From the Rain”, New York Times:
      It’s as if the thunderheads — rising fungally above us — were raining slugs.
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  19. gallo *
    • 2009 August 2, Tammy La Gorce, “Tacos With a Taste of the Sea”, New York Times:
      The original surf taco — tempura-battered cod with shredded cabbage, pico de gallo, cilantro sauce and lime ($3.95) — seems lifted straight from a Southern California taco stand.
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  20. germany
  21. golabki
    • 2009 August 2, Christopher Brooks, “Strong on Polish Classics”, New York Times:
      The highlights include cheese blintzes, pirogi, golabki (cabbage stuffed with ground meat and rice, covered in tomato sauce) and bigos (sauerkraut sautéed with bits of meat and kielbasa).
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  22. guanciale *
    • 2009 August 2, Alice Gabriel, “Keeping It Simple, With an Eye on Tradition”, New York Times:
      This isn’t Williamsburg, it’s Hartsdale, and diners hankering for pizzas topped with mizuna, guanciale or hen-of-the-woods mushrooms might be disappointed.
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  23. heimishe
    • 2009 August 2, Alan Feuer, “Near but Far, and Perhaps Unattainable”, New York Times:
      Welcome to my new neighbor Yes im the frum heimishe yingerman who lives across you, You just moved in across me and we are both looking at each other a lot on the street porch and window we stare a lot on each other too.
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  24. heirless
    • 2009 August 2, Dan Bilefsky, “Hurdles in Eastern Europe Thwart Restitution Claims”, New York Times:
      A number of Western European countries, led by Germany, carried out far-reaching measures to provide restitution of Nazi-looted properties in the aftermath of World War II, including setting up commissions to deal with heirless property and communal property illegally seized during the war.
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  25. hierarchicalism
    • 2009 August 2, Lawrence Downes, “Desert Odyssey”, New York Times:
      “Beneath that quick-smiling or watchful Catholicism lurks another far more elaborate hierarchicalism which in turn subdivides all supposed ‘Mexicans’ into myriads of local spiritualities whose half-­secret survival through all the long torments of the Spanish conquest promises their own continuance in bright-colored globules of coherence irrelevant to, hence safe from, the scrutiny of American capitalists.”
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  26. isovist
    • 2009 August 2, “Walking the Talk”, New York Times:
      Humans evolved different compensatory mechanisms to deal with geography, including the one mentioned — positioning oneself at an isovist point within a physical structure.
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  27. kiymali
    • 2009 August 2, Joanne Starkey, “A Taste of Turkey, a Taste of Summer”, New York Times:
      WHAT WE LIKE Bread, meze (assorted appetizers), eggplant with tomato sauce, ezme (spicy minced vegetables), coban salad, Greek salad, lamb shish kebab, kofte, tavuk adana, kiymali pie, sucuklu pie, baklava, baked Turkish pudding.
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  28. kylesa
  29. leftto
    • 2009 August 2, “Why We Must Ration Health Care”, New York Times:
      In a society that respects life and values freedom, that task is best leftto a marketplace of individuals making decisions for themselves, which is why health care reform should focus on decentralizing health insurance, not socializing it.
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  30. mehndi
    • 2009 August 2, “Events on Long Island”, New York Times:
      MELVILLE Huntington Hilton “A Festival of Flavor of India: Indiafest 2009,” featuring Indian classical, folk and Bollywood dances and songs; fashion show; mehndi; and Indian arts and crafts.
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  31. misrecalled
    • 2009 August 2, Jack Rosenthal, “A Terrible Thing to Waste”, New York Times:
      That was the same slogan that Vice President Dan Quayle famously misrecalled in 1989 when he said, “What a waste it is to lose one’s mind.”
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  32. moppy
    • 2009 August 2, Virginia Heffernan, “Hop on, Pop”, New York Times:
      “When I’m downloading an Internet, to do an e-mail, for sending, how do I make it go to your stepmother?” the dad asks his son, a Mac-user with moppy, Robby Benson hair.
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  33. nosepiece
  34. panino *
    • 2009 August 2, Alice Gabriel, “Keeping It Simple, With an Eye on Tradition”, New York Times:
      At Frankie and Fanucci’s, the meatball panino — with marinara sauce, Parmesan and melted mozzarella — could have used a little spicing up.
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  35. pico *
    • 2009 August 2, Tammy La Gorce, “Tacos With a Taste of the Sea”, New York Times:
      The original surf taco — tempura-battered cod with shredded cabbage, pico de gallo, cilantro sauce and lime ($3.95) — seems lifted straight from a Southern California taco stand.
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  36. pinnatifida
  37. piyaz
    • 2009 August 2, Joanne Starkey, “A Taste of Turkey, a Taste of Summer”, New York Times:
      Ours included cacik (the yogurt-cucumber dip) and piyaz (white beans with chopped onions and parsley in vinaigrette).
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  38. plankways
    • 2009 August 2, Christine Muhlke, “Kelp Wanted”, New York Times:
      Unlike other farms, theirs exists in a dim, tidal underworld: barnacle- and starfish-covered pilings hold up a few narrow wooden plankways for the abalone harvesters.
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  39. postelectoral
    • 2009 August 2, Roger Cohen, “The Making of an Iran Policy”, New York Times:
      In those giddy postelectoral days, anything seemed possible, even the arrival of liberty, or at least more of it, in the 30-year-old Islamic Republic.
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  40. prework
    • 2009 August 2, Robin Finn, “When Batter Up Means Up at 4:30”, New York Times:
      GAME OVER We do prework on the clay for the next day, then it’s a beer at the tavern, and back on the subway.
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  41. quartino *
  42. quartinos
  43. redragged
  44. rephrasings
    • 2009 August 2, Jack Rosenthal, “A Terrible Thing to Waste”, New York Times:
      Emanuel’s version was already blander — and later rephrasings have inevitably become more so.
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  45. resentable
    • 2009 August 2, Bruce Weber, “Reflections of a Yankee Fan”, New York Times:
      The team’s wealth, the team’s hubris, the team’s blustery ownership, the team’s corporate facade — these are all resentable qualities; I get it.
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  46. rnzucker
    • 2009 August 2, Michelle Higgins, “Pets Onboard: Growls and Purrs”, New York Times:
      “In our family we all have severe cat and dog allergies,” wrote a reader identified as rnzucker from Portland, Ore. “We were quite surprised one time when my daughter was sitting next to a woman who had a dog, who had no sympathy for my daughter and refused to move seats.
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  47. rooftopper
  48. scaloppini
  49. semifreddo *
    • 2009 August 2, David Corcoran, “A Second Venture With Familiar Features”, New York Times:
      All the desserts were eminently worthwhile, especially chocolate semifreddo (a chilled mousse) in a pyramidal shape that made it look like an export from Bouley.
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  50. singsongy
    • 2009 August 2, Michael Pollan, “Out of the Kitchen, Onto the Couch”, New York Times:
      It all felt more like life than TV, though Julia’s voice was like nothing I ever heard before or would hear again until Monty Python came to America: vaguely European, breathy and singsongy, and weirdly suggestive of a man doing a falsetto impression of a woman.
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  51. skillman
  52. sucuklu
    • 2009 August 2, Joanne Starkey, “A Taste of Turkey, a Taste of Summer”, New York Times:
      WHAT WE LIKE Bread, meze (assorted appetizers), eggplant with tomato sauce, ezme (spicy minced vegetables), coban salad, Greek salad, lamb shish kebab, kofte, tavuk adana, kiymali pie, sucuklu pie, baklava, baked Turkish pudding.
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  53. tagalong
    • 2009 August 2, Karen Crouse, “Siblings Look Alike and Swim Alike, Too”, New York Times:
      What is left unsaid is the delicate balancing act required to maintain harmony in the home when the tagalong overtakes the trailblazer in times, titles or both.
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  54. tavuk *
  55. thons
  56. timballo *
    • 2009 August 2, Maureen Dowd, “Can You Eat in Bed?”, New York Times:
      A: The dinner in “Big Night” where the timballo was served.
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  57. vaca *
    • 2009 August 2, Michelle Higgins, “Pets Onboard: Growls and Purrs”, New York Times:
      “As much as I would love to vaca (sometimes) with my dogs, it’s more stressful on them, and they’re perfectly happy at home with their favorite sitter,” she wrote.
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  58. wakame *
    • 2009 August 2, Malia Wollan, “An Underwater Fight Is Waged for the Health of San Francisco Bay”, New York Times:
      Native to the Japan Sea, wakame has now spread to the Mediterranean and elsewhere along European coastlines, and to New Zealand, Australia and Argentina, where the fetid smell of rotting kelp has kept beachgoers from parts of the coast.
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  59. whos
    • 2009 August 2, Alan Feuer, “Near but Far, and Perhaps Unattainable”, New York Times:
      youre somewhere near Uncle Louie Gs on the corner of Union and 5th Ave. me, im the guy whos always on the roof to your left.
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  60. winddown
    • 2009 August 2, “Letters: Risk and Regulation”, New York Times:
      Keeping this power apart from the Fed also prevents it from being drawn into the political maelstrom of whether to lend funds to a weakened institution or to seize it for an orderly winddown.
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  61. yingerman
    • 2009 August 2, Alan Feuer, “Near but Far, and Perhaps Unattainable”, New York Times:
      Welcome to my new neighbor Yes im the frum heimishe yingerman who lives across you, You just moved in across me and we are both looking at each other a lot on the street porch and window we stare a lot on each other too.
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