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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-10 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-10-10).

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  1. arita *

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  1. bondholding
    • 2009 October 10, “Any Bonds Today?”, New York Times:
      That’s good money lying unclaimed in these fresh hard times and the states, looking for a cut, argue that they have the means to track down bondholding taxpayers and ease their pain.
  2. choralelike
    • 2009 October 10, Vivien Schweitzer, “Celebrating Four Decades at Lincoln Center”, New York Times:
      The choralelike third and the wistful, harmonically piquant fifth études were more somber; the seventh movement featured a single pitch, the eighth speedy passagework.
  3. nonanimation
    • 2009 October 10, Hiroko Tabuchi, “Seeing the Future in 3-D Television”, New York Times:
      Panasonic and 20th Century Fox worked together to promote the forthcoming James Cameron sci-fi thriller “Avatar,” the first major nonanimation film being released worldwide in both 2-D and 3-D formats.
  4. nondiscounted
  5. postadolescents
  6. puzzlements
    • 2009 October 10, Peter Steinfels, “A Look at Christianity, Through a Buddhist Lens”, New York Times:
      Yet serious critics, no matter how major their differences, will not be able to ignore the enormous, almost disarming honesty of this book. Mr. Knitter admits his painful puzzlements and conducts his search for answers out in the open.
  7. sizzlingly
    • 2009 October 10, Allan Kozinn, “Back and Forth Between Old and New”, New York Times:
      He moved gracefully between the work’s extremes — haunting pianissimo slides and roulades, and sizzlingly fast, vigorous passagework — but never let the work’s effects overwhelm Lutoslawski’s imaginative musical line.
  8. unslender
    • 2009 October 10, Gail Collins, “The Eye of the Beholder”, New York Times:
      Like the time Mitt Romney ran against Ted Kennedy for the Senate during one of Kennedy’s particularly unslender periods.