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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-01-09 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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102762 tokens ‧ 76592 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9087 types ‧ 38 (~ 0.418%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-01-09[edit]

  1. azoxystrobin
    • 2007 January 9, Henry Fountain, “The Ungulate Effect on an Ecosystem”, New York Times:
      The study , published by the journal Environmental Science and Technology, assessed the health risks of 15 pesticides, including fungicides like azoxystrobin and iprodione and herbicides like bensulide, which is used to control crabgrass, at three locations, Boston, Philadelphia and Rochester.
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  2. bensulide
    • 2007 January 9, Henry Fountain, “The Ungulate Effect on an Ecosystem”, New York Times:
      The study , published by the journal Environmental Science and Technology, assessed the health risks of 15 pesticides, including fungicides like azoxystrobin and iprodione and herbicides like bensulide, which is used to control crabgrass, at three locations, Boston, Philadelphia and Rochester.
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  3. bifidobacteria
  4. biometrically
    • 2007 January 9, Joe Sharkey, “Memo Pad”, New York Times:
      Registered Traveler members pay an annual fee, undergo a federal background check, receive a biometrically encoded identity card and are then entitled to use dedicated security lanes that will employ new technology to speed passage, including machines that scan shoes without the need to remove them.
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  5. bistate
    • 2007 January 9, Ken Belson, “Agency Cancels Insurer’s Ads for George Washington Bridge”, New York Times:
      Neil M. Cohen, the deputy speaker of the General Assembly , complained that as a regulated insurer, Geico should not have been given “prime advertising assistance by a bistate government agency.”
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  6. boatbuilding
  7. bouffes
    • 2007 January 9, Anne Midgette, “Retrofitting Operetta for a 21st-Century Crowd”, New York Times:
      Born as a French satiric form with the bouffes of Jacques Offenbach in the 1850s, it moved on, like most Parisian fashions, to Vienna, where it was embraced as a native product, albeit still following French models; even “Die Fledermaus” was based on a play by Offenbach’s librettists, Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy.
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  8. cattelo
    • 2007 January 9, Jim Robbins, “Strands of Undesirable DNA Roam With Buffalo”, New York Times:
      “They purposely crossed bison with domestic cattle to make a better beef animal,” which they called cattelo, said James Derr, a geneticist at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine.
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  9. chablis
  10. dhaincha
  11. interleague
  12. iprodione
    • 2007 January 9, Henry Fountain, “The Ungulate Effect on an Ecosystem”, New York Times:
      The study , published by the journal Environmental Science and Technology, assessed the health risks of 15 pesticides, including fungicides like azoxystrobin and iprodione and herbicides like bensulide, which is used to control crabgrass, at three locations, Boston, Philadelphia and Rochester.
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  13. janitoriat
    • 2007 January 9, Michiko Kakutani, “Love, Bludgeoned and Bent by the Camps”, New York Times:
      His narrator starkly conjures up the deadly class structure there, including “the pigs — the janitoriat of administrators and guards”; the urkas, “socially friendly elements” who did no work; “the snakes,” otherwise known as informants; and the “politicals,” or so-called fascists, like himself and his brother, who are regarded as “the enemies of the people.”
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  14. liedlike
  15. medicalization
    • 2007 January 9, “Letters”, New York Times:
      They blame medicalization and early testing, but ignore the countless lives saved outright by early testing (think Pap smear), the effects of a toxic environment (think obesity ), and that longer lives tend to pick up more ailments along the way.
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  16. multiday
  17. multipronged
    • 2007 January 9, Judy Battista, “Patriots, Hitting the Road, Will Run Into Tomlinson”, New York Times:
      Safety Rodney Harrison, who is critical to holding off a multipronged offensive attack, missed the game against the Jets because of a right knee injury sustained in the regular-season finale against the Titans .
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  18. multisport
    • 2007 January 9, Joe Drape, “Louisville Looks to Tulsa to Fill Coaching Opening”, New York Times:
      The success of football has helped Jurich raise $200 million for the athletic department; $16.5 million of that was spent on Cardinal Park, a multisport complex.
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  19. noncarriers
    • 2007 January 9, Reuters, “Gene Variant Is Linked to Common Type of Stroke”, New York Times:
      Although a standard blood pressure of 140 over 90 would be acceptable for noncarriers, for example, carriers should keep their blood pressure lower.
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  20. nonmortgage
    • 2007 January 9, Bloomberg News, “Borrowing Rose in November”, New York Times:
      Consumer credit, or nonmortgage loans to individuals, increased about $12.3 billion during the month, to $2.39 trillion, after a $1.3 billion decrease in October, the Federal Reserve said yesterday.
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  21. nonmusical
  22. nonpassengers
    • 2007 January 9, Joe Sharkey, “Memo Pad”, New York Times:
      NO TO RELAXED CHECKPOINT ACCESS A proposal by the Transportation Security Administration to test allowing nonpassengers to pass through airport security to use retail stores and restaurants is getting a thumbs down from the Association of Corporate Travel Executives.
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  23. nonperformer
    • 2007 January 9, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      The ceremony, at the Waldorf-Astoria in Manhattan on March 12, will include a tribute to Ahmet Ertegun, the co-founder of Atlantic Records who died last month. Mr. Ertegun was a founder of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum , which is in Cleveland, and was inducted in 1987 as a nonperformer.
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  24. overdiagnosis
    • 2007 January 9, “Letters”, New York Times:
      Re “What’s Making Us Sick Is an Epidemic of Diagnoses ” (Jan. 2): The assertion by Dr. H. Gilbert Welch and colleagues that epidemic overdiagnosis is “making us sick” is thoughtful, provocative and mostly wrong.
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  25. overmedicalize
    • 2007 January 9, “Letters”, New York Times:
      To be sure, we overmedicalize at times.
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  26. picoplankton
  27. preflavored
    • 2007 January 9, Dennis Hevesi, “Momofuku Ando, 96, Dies; Invented Instant Ramen”, New York Times:
      Momofuku Ando, who — to the delight of dormitory students and other kitchen-resistant customers worldwide — invented those small packets of preflavored dried noodles that require just a three-minute boil, died Friday at a hospital in Osaka, Japan. Mr. Ando, the founder of the Nissin Food Products Company, was 96.
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  28. recreationists
    • 2007 January 9, Jane E. Brody, “Surviving the Cold, or Even the Not So Cold”, New York Times:
      Hypothermia, a condition in which the body’s core temperature drops below 95 degrees, is the No. 1 killer of outdoor recreationists.
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  29. scholarliness
    • 2007 January 9, Ben Ratliff, “Remembering a Saxophonist and His Undefinable Appeal”, New York Times:
      Few jazz musicians these days have so much X factor in them, some quality that lies outside of technical discipline, harmonic scholarliness, high concept or compositional skill. Mr. Redman was never a master of improvising through chord changes in the traditional sense.
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  30. shamingly
  31. tambura
    • 2007 January 9, Nate Chinen, “Blasts From the Bebop Past of an Elusive Trumpeter”, New York Times:
      And instead of playing material from “Nirvana” — which, with its Eastern haze of sitar, koto and tambura, might have been appropriate in a museum of Tibetan art — he opted for the familiar comfort of by-the-book bebop.
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  32. underfinancing
    • 2007 January 9, Diana Jean Schemo, “Democrats Push for Changes to No Child Left Behind Law”, New York Times:
      While the tenets of the law enjoy strong bipartisan support, No Child Left Behind has also become a partisan battleground, with Democrats accusing Republicans of underfinancing it by $56 billion.
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  33. urka
    • 2007 January 9, Michiko Kakutani, “Love, Bludgeoned and Bent by the Camps”, New York Times:
      He then proceeds to describe the daily calendar of violence at the camp: one urka sprinting flat-out after another urka “with a bloody mattock in his hand, a pig methodically clubbing a fascist to the ground, a workshy snake slicing off the remaining fingers of his left hand.”
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  34. urkas
    • 2007 January 9, Michiko Kakutani, “Love, Bludgeoned and Bent by the Camps”, New York Times:
      His narrator starkly conjures up the deadly class structure there, including “the pigs — the janitoriat of administrators and guards”; the urkas, “socially friendly elements” who did no work; “the snakes,” otherwise known as informants; and the “politicals,” or so-called fascists, like himself and his brother, who are regarded as “the enemies of the people.”
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. geopredictions: not attestable for now