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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-01-10 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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90641 tokens ‧ 66718 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8421 types ‧ 36 (~ 0.428%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-01-10[edit]

  1. antiforeign
  2. beepings
  3. branzino
    • 2007 January 10, “Recipe: Oven-Roasted Branzino With Hazelnut Picada”, New York Times:
      Olive oil 2 slices hearty white bread (about 2 ounces) 20 hazelnuts, shelled, roasted, peeled and chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 1 teaspoon chopped mint leaves 1 teaspoon orange zest 4 whole branzino, scaled and cleaned Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 lemon, cut into 8¼-inch slices.
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  4. buzzings
  5. changui
    • 2007 January 10, Allan Kozinn, “Earthy Cuban Sounds, Rendered With an Urban Complexity”, New York Times:
      Keyla Orozco’s “Para Tí Nengón” (1998), a transfixing percussion work, elaborates on rhythmic patterns typical in nengón, a form native to eastern Cuba, from which the later popular styles son and changui evolved. Ms. Orozco’s four-movement fantasy begins with comparatively simple, light-textured patterns, played on wood blocks, but its rhythms grow increasingly complex as the players — Matthew Gold and Eduardo Leandro — move to bongos and tom-toms, then to bell-like instruments and percussive vocalizations.
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  6. chowlines
  7. cobwebbed
    • 2007 January 10, Jer㉠Longman, “Aints to Saints, Child to Man, a Family Affair”, New York Times:
      But at least Philadelphia has three N.F.L. titles, as cobwebbed as they may be, while the Saints’ trophy case is as empty as the feeling that many fans have toward the team’s owner, Tom Benson.
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  8. disunified
    • 2007 January 10, A.O. Scott, “A Film Festival for a Jewish World That Spans the Globe”, New York Times:
      And so the 16th annual New York Jewish Film Festival — not to be confused with the Woody Allen retrospective currently wrapping up downtown at Film Forum — presents an engagingly disunified program, with something to appeal to, or alienate, every taste.
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  9. gospelmongers
    • 2007 January 10, Anne Mendelson, “At the Temples of Food, an Outsider’s Look at the Sacred Texts”, New York Times:
      Mr. Glassner’s latest book, “The Gospel of Food: Everything You Think You Know About Food is Wrong” (Ecco/HarperCollins $25.95), posits that misguided (and misguiding) gospelmongers are persuading Americans to eat according to ever more irrational notions and sillier motivations.
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  10. haimish
  11. picada
  12. predeployment
  13. quasigovernment
    • 2007 January 10, Lynnley Browning, “I.R.S. Use of Private Debt Collectors Is Criticized”, New York Times:
      She also called upon Congress to create a federal oversight agency to supervise quasigovernment retirement plans, “to ensure that they are carrying out their fiduciary duties.”
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  14. rackety
  15. railyards
    • 2007 January 10, David M. Herszenhorn, “New School Campus Is Approved for the Bronx”, New York Times:
      The New York City Council yesterday unanimously approved the construction of a $235 million campus with four secondary schools, a football field and basketball courts on old railyards in the South Bronx.
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  16. rugelach
    • 2007 January 10, Florence Fabricant, “Tiny Shoppers, Big Appetites”, New York Times:
      Single-flavor boxes, with 14 to 24 pieces are $10 to $18; rugelach are $20 for 12 and $35 for 24, all plus shipping, at the Web site or (312) 850-1051.
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  17. truffley
  18. uncanonical
    • 2007 January 10, Holland Cotter, “At Yale, Renovation Puts Africa in Spotlight”, New York Times:
      He was also that rare thing, a connoisseur of the uncanonical hybrid in art, as demonstrated by the presence of a headdress mask of a water spirit from Sierra Leone.
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  19. uninstigated
    • 2007 January 10, “This Time, a True Strategy for Iraq? (8 Letters)”, New York Times:
      After four years of pointless, fruitless, uninstigated combat, if President Bush indeed escalates the “sacrifice” of other parents’ beloved children — against all reason, against the will of the electorate and without any personal sacrifice to call his own — it would not be vanity.
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  20. untenably
    • 2007 January 10, Ginia Bellafante, “Trading Math Class for Corsets and Minis”, New York Times:
      And there is something ingenious or untenably sneaky about the Disney Channel making movies about teenagers learning to love musicals at a time when it seriously got into the business of making made-for-TV movie musicals.
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  1. bual: properly capitalised Bual
    • 2007 January 10, Frank J. Prial, “A Humble Grape That’s Had Its Day”, New York Times:
      Newer plantings of the famous Madeira grapes used in Mannie Berk’s Historic Series — bual, malmsey and sercial — and verdelho are making a comeback.
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  2. golis: Indian, not adopted into English
  3. insideritis
    • 2007 January 10, Patrick Healy, “A Hopeful Ponders Where to Plant Her Flag”, New York Times:
      In 2000, Vice President Al Gore started running from Washington and then decamped to his home state, Tennessee, in part to try to shed his insideritis.
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  4. klezmariachi: pun on klezmer + mariachi
    • 2007 January 10, A.O. Scott, “A Film Festival for a Jewish World That Spans the Globe”, New York Times:
      And “My Mexican Shivah,” a new movie directed by Alejandro Springall, mingles old-style family tsuris with telenovela histrionics, all of it accompanied by a modified klezmer (or perhaps klezmariachi) score.
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  5. lardons
  6. ors
    • 2007 January 10, Holland Cotter, “At Yale, Renovation Puts Africa in Spotlight”, New York Times:
      They’ve scrambled, revamped and revivified all sorts of old-time either/ors: art vs. artifact, Western vs. non-Western, functional vs. spiritual.
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  7. pitchbeast: nonce
  8. sercial: properly capitalised Sercial
  9. terrantez: properly capitalised Terrantez
    • 2007 January 10, Frank J. Prial, “A Brighter Future for a Wine With a Past”, New York Times:
      About 25 percent of the New Orleans blend will be terrantez, an extremely rare grape almost but not quite wiped out by phylloxera in the 19th century.
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  10. verdelho: properly capitalised Verdelho
    • 2007 January 10, Frank J. Prial, “A Humble Grape That’s Had Its Day”, New York Times:
      Newer plantings of the famous Madeira grapes used in Mannie Berk’s Historic Series — bual, malmsey and sercial — and verdelho are making a comeback.
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