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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-01-05 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-01).

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2007-01-05[edit]

  1. antistatus
  2. archivally
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Theater Listings”, New York Times:
      Otherwise, this archivally exact production, directed by Bob Avian, feels like a vintage car that has been taken out of the garage, polished up and sent on the road once again (2:00).
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  3. befurred
    • 2007 January 5, Grace Glueck, “Self-Portraits That Obscure the Self”, New York Times:
      Others who cross the gender gap include Robert Mapplethorpe, dressed as a cool, befurred floozie in “Self-Portrait” (1980); and Lyle Ashton Harris, who in “Billie #21” (2002) sees himself as his idol Billie Holiday with fur wrap and pearl necklace, mouth wide open in mid-song.
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  4. bohemia
  5. buzzy
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      Multiple vanishing points destabilize radiating compositions that are variously Op and buzzy, darkly monochrome (and a little too pretentiously moody) or candy-color bright.
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  6. cavemanlike
    • 2007 January 5, Bridget L. Goodbody, “Defending the Printed Page as the New China Stirred”, New York Times:
      Here books are the subject of a bizarre, cavemanlike ritual, as six semi-naked men squat together in a circle on top of piles of books, grinning like village idiots.
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  7. cluelessly
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      Kait Kerrigan, who wrote the show’s book and the lyrics for Brian Lowdermilk’s ebullient score, provides very funny monologues of Mudge’s thoughts and offers a wry take on a dog’s perspective: when first given commands, Mudge just grins, offers a hand (or paw) and cluelessly says, “Hi.”
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  8. decertified
    • 2007 January 5, Nicholas Confessore, “New York State May Suspend Tests of New Voting Machines”, New York Times:
      “If we had known that, and if we had seen the report from them, we would have known why they were decertified, and maybe we wouldn’t have hired them to begin with, or maybe we would have made some remedial changes,” said Lee K. Daghlian, a spokesman for the New York State Board of Elections.
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  9. denigrations
  10. exonerations
    • 2007 January 5, “Rethinking the Death Penalty”, New York Times:
      It comes as about 10 of the 38 states with death penalties, including New York, have suspended executions and as recent developments, like DNA exonerations and a botched lethal injection in Florida last month, have created a growing unease about executions.
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  11. femalehood
    • 2007 January 5, Grace Glueck, “Self-Portraits That Obscure the Self”, New York Times:
      Gender inequality was a serious matter for the feminist performer Hannah Wilke (1940-1993), who in a photograph of her face from her “S.O.S. Scarification Object Series” (1974) sardonically calls attention to her femalehood by wearing her hair in curlers and plastering her face with small, vulva-shaped patches of chewing gum.
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  12. flailings
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Sightings sticks to guitars and drums for its nightmarish din, and Excepter’s songs, with gurgling, irregular electronic blips, evoke the aimless flailings of a damaged robot.
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  13. frontality
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      In some works the motif is doubled and angled, decreasing the shieldlike frontality and opening up new optical and spatial possibilities. 945 Madison Avenue, at 75th Street, (212) 570-3676, whitney.org; closes on Sunday.
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  14. functionless
    • 2007 January 5, Ginia Bellafante, “With Ed, All’s Green on the Domestic Front”, New York Times:
      “Living With Ed,” which makes its debut on HGTV on Sunday night, explores a marriage between two people with opposing domestic agendas and it is a delight, a “Green Acres” for an era in which we have come to expect Connecticut to feel like Cuba well past Columbus Day. The Begleys live in a modest two-bedroom home in Studio City, Calif., where Ms. Carson has a certain appreciation for fluff: big functionless pillows on her bed to supplement those used for sleeping.
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  15. horseplaying
    • 2007 January 5, “The Hero in the Subway (3 Letters)”, New York Times:
      Back in the early days of World War I, my father, horseplaying with pals on the subway platform, was pushed to the tracks just as a train was arriving.
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  16. intraparty
    • 2007 January 5, David D. Kirkpatrick, “Senate Feels Heat as House Cranks Up Ethics Overhaul”, New York Times:
      But leaders of the new Democratic majority in the Senate said Thursday that they were reintroducing a much less extensive package of changes passed last year as the starting place for an intraparty debate next week over how much further the Senate should go.
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  17. iso
  18. jirgas
  19. kourai
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      On view from the sixth century B.C. are two small Attic representations of kourai, dressed statues of maidens, said to represent the Athenian aristocracy in rites celebrating the goddess Athena.
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  20. midshow
  21. minicamp
  22. mujahedeen
  23. mycoplasma
  24. nonpainting
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ CHEYNEY THOMPSON: ‘QUELQUES ASPECTS DE L’ART BOURGEOIS: LA NON-INTERVENTION’ A teasing, tantalizing, subtly beautiful show by one of the sharper young artists of the moment explores the tensions between street and studio, skill and skepticism, painting and nonpainting and culture and commerce with seemingly abstract canvases, photographs framed by folding street-vendor tables and tinted off-set lithographs of the gallery’s storage shelves.
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  25. nonthrowing
    • 2007 January 5, Karen Crouse, “Comeback Player Award Validates Pennington”, New York Times:
      The 30-year-old Pennington spent much of the winter and spring in the trainer’s room having his shoulder treated while he pored over the playbook with his good (nonthrowing) arm.
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  26. outmanned
    • 2007 January 5, Joe Drape, “Irish Look for Answers After Another Bowl Loss”, New York Times:
      Russell, a rock-solid 6-foot-6, 260-pound junior who may have played his last collegiate game, dissected Notre Dame’s outmanned defense with laser-like bombs and pinpoint touch passes to wide-open receivers.
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  27. photogravures
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      In “The Battle of Calverhine,” Darger simply knit hundreds of hand-cut magazine photographs and photogravures into an uninterrupted expanse of mayhem that he carefully hand-tinted in lurid colors.
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  28. photorealist
    • 2007 January 5, Bridget L. Goodbody, “Defending the Printed Page as the New China Stirred”, New York Times:
      In the early 1990s the average Chinese citizen wouldn’t have had time to bother with such intellectual problems, as Xiaoze Xie’s photorealist painting depicting worm-eaten books left to rot on library shelves suggests.
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  29. postminimalism
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The unifying thread is a kind of magpie postminimalism, which invigorates familiar abstract strategies — grids, serial repetition, reductive forms — using materials scavenged from everyday life.
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  30. relaxations
    • 2007 January 5, John M. Broder, “Jubilant Democrats Assume Control on Capitol Hill”, New York Times:
      Many Democrats say those years moved the nation too far right, but others argue that the big tax cuts and regulatory relaxations are part of the permanent legislative framework that should be accepted.
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  31. reliclike
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      It is a staggering work, leathery and reliclike, with most of Pop Art embedded in its fragile surfaces.
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  32. semblances
    • 2007 January 5, Grace Glueck, “Self-Portraits That Obscure the Self”, New York Times:
      Arguably the best-known serial self-imagist of our times is Cindy Sherman, who has portrayed herself in hundreds of elaborately constructed semblances, from a modest housewife to the elegant subject of portraits by Rembrandt and Ingres.
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  33. shieldlike
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      In some works the motif is doubled and angled, decreasing the shieldlike frontality and opening up new optical and spatial possibilities. 945 Madison Avenue, at 75th Street, (212) 570-3676, whitney.org; closes on Sunday.
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  34. shura
  35. slopeside
    • 2007 January 5, Nick Kaye, “Spruce Peak at Stowe”, New York Times:
      DETAILS In the Green Mountains of north-central Vermont, this project is the first slopeside development in Stowe, the center of a resort area long popular with weekenders — especially in winter.
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  36. spillproof
    • 2007 January 5, Cara Joy David, “Noises Off: Playgoers Sip, Munch and Crunch”, New York Times:
      The New Amsterdam, home to “Mary Poppins,” serves all drinks — even Champagne — in spillproof keepsake plastic cups that muffle the sound of clinking ice, Some Nederlander theaters have begun using similar items, though at these you have to pay for the privilege of taking beverages back to your seat.
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  37. subcabinet
    • 2007 January 5, Mark Mazzetti, “Spy Chief’s Choice to Step Back Feeds Speculation”, New York Times:
      It was because of this, officials said, that he agreed to do something generally unheard of in a city obsessed with the bureaucratic totem pole: trade a cabinet-level job for a subcabinet post as deputy secretary of state, a job that essentially requires him to handle tasks that Condoleezza Rice would rather not deal with.
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  38. subtrend
    • 2007 January 5, Reuters, “Growth in Services Sector Slowed Last Month”, New York Times:
      “The economy is running at a subtrend pace, and this is consistent with real G.D.P. being on the weak side of its 3 percent potential rate,” said Chris Rupkey, vice president and senior financial economist at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi in New York, referring to the gross domestic product.
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  39. toadyish
    • 2007 January 5, Robin Finn, “A Downstate Deal Maker as Driven as His Boss”, New York Times:
      This is going to sound toadyish, but what he did as attorney general was a masterpiece of lawyering in the vision he had about how that office could be used.
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  40. unfamiliars
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      This production also offers a chance to savor familiar favorites and unfamiliars in new roles.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. hunka
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      The hunka hunka burnin’ love behind these displays is Mudge, the canine half of the boy-and-his-dog duo Cynthia Rylant made famous in her “Henry and Mudge” books.
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  2. masterish (old masterish)
    • 2007 January 5, Roberta Smith, “Artists Caught in the Act”, New York Times:
      On the wall is a veritable catalog of pictorial idioms and cultural influences: a cluster of small contemporary paintings, a Japanese hanging scroll (and small parasol) and a convex mirror whose reflection has a dark, old masterish mien.
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  3. pretap
    • 2007 January 5, The New York Times, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      Visitors can sample mini-classes from pretap (for 3- and 4-year-olds) to more advanced instruction for teenagers, and also see performances.
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