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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-01-12 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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112343 tokens ‧ 79374 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9359 types ‧ 35 (~ 0.374%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-01-12[edit]

  1. anticompetitive
    • 2007 January 12, Stephanie Saul, “Bristol Finds Alliances, and Perhaps a Suitor”, New York Times:
      The company’s moves in trying to settle the Plavix litigation are also the subject of an investigation by the Justice Department, which wants to know whether Bristol entered an anticompetitive agreement and hid it from the Federal Trade Commission.
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  2. archivally
    • 2007 January 12, 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. arpeggiated
    • 2007 January 12, Ben Ratliff, “High-Toned Scats and Purrs by a Low-Profile Jazz Singer”, New York Times:
      The only dip in her show was a heavy-handed ballad, “Love and Respect,” but just about everything else was medium or fast tempo, and the rhythm was beautifully articulated: Mr. Keezer arpeggiated chords a little flashily, but justifiably so; the bassist Reuben Rogers and the drummer Jon Wikan gripped the music hard with accents.
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  4. counterterrorists
    • 2007 January 12, Alessandra Stanley, “Bombers Strike, and America Is in Turmoil. It’s Just Another Day for Jack Bauer.”, New York Times:
      Every new season of this Fox thriller is another twist of a kaleidoscope: the same pieces — terrorists; counterterrorists (and, almost inevitably, a mole); an innocent suburban family; and the president, his aides and his family — are tumbled together to form new patterns around the central figure of the special agent Jack Bauer.
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  5. cutdown
    • 2007 January 12, Frank Litsky, “Maureen Orcutt, 99, Golf Champion, Dies”, New York Times:
      For their daughter’s seventh birthday, they gave her a cutdown hickory-shafted mashie niblick (now called a No. 7 iron).
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  6. descarga
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Rock/Pop Listings”, New York Times:
      Jimmy Bosch is a trombonist who savors the Latin jazz tradition of the descarga, a jam session everyone can dance to.
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  7. dolphinlike
  8. embryoniclike
    • 2007 January 12, Nicholas Wade, “Concerns of Dashed Hopes From Promised Miracles”, New York Times:
      Several House members on Thursday cited a report published last week by Anthony Atala of the Wake Forest University School of Medicine that said embryoniclike stem cells could be obtained from amniotic fluid.
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  9. formulary
  10. frau
  11. furnituremakers
    • 2007 January 12, Grace Glueck, “Fun With Studio Crafts: When the Traditional Gets Quirky”, New York Times:
      Esherick (1887-1970), a studio craft pioneer, is represented by “Music Stand” (1962), an elegantly simple frame of cherry wood crossbars supported on three curving legs. Mr. Maloof’s “Settee #3/87” (1987), in richly grained tiger maple and ebony, has a classic plain shape, with slight tweaking of the double chair as stripped down by Shaker furnituremakers.
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  12. glassmaking
    • 2007 January 12, Grace Glueck, “Fun With Studio Crafts: When the Traditional Gets Quirky”, New York Times:
      Its use has been much extended since Mr. Littleton, a founder of the studio glass movement, began in the early 1960s to explore the possibilities of hot glassmaking in a studio rather than a factory.
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  13. hummable
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Rock/Pop Listings”, New York Times:
      DB’S (Tomorrow) In the early 1980s, the dB’s, four guys from North Carolina who relocated to New York, were local favorites for their nervy, hummable hybrid of New Wave and the jangly pop-rock of the Byrds and Big Star, with some country thrown in as well.
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  14. lacquerlike
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Three large aluminum panels are suspended low and horizontally from the gallery’s ceiling, each painted in lacquerlike acrylic with one of the three primary colors.
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  15. laminitis
    • 2007 January 12, Bill Finley, “Doctors Stay Optimistic on Barbaro”, New York Times:
      KENNETT SQUARE, Pa., Jan. 11 — A day after it was announced that Barbaro had had a setback in his recovery from the painful hoof disease laminitis, his condition remained largely unchanged Thursday, but his surgeon was cautiously optimistic.
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  16. midstride
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      LOREN STILLMAN AND TRIO ALTO (Thursday) “Trio Alto Volume One” (Steeplechase), the most recent album by the alto saxophonist Loren Stillman, suggests an explorer with one foot planted in tradition and the other caught in midstride. Mr. Stillman leads a different rhythm section here — Sean Conly on bass and Take Toriyama on drums — but his confident and probing approach should come across just fine.
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  17. midtempo
    • 2007 January 12, Kelefa Sanneh, “Nice Night for a Norse Shout-Along (Bring Devil Horns)”, New York Times:
      The members of Enslaved are far less theatrical (no face paint, no armor), and their set began unassumingly enough, with the chugging midtempo guitar line from a song called “Path to Vanir.”
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  18. monochromes
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ MOMA : ‘BRICE MARDEN: A RETROSPECTIVE OF PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS’ This quietly magnificent 40-year retrospective pays tribute to an artist who helped rebuild painting in the 1970s, working back from the brink of single-panel monochromes to elegant tangles of thick line on vibrant monochrome grounds that encompass a tremendous emotional range and sense of physical energy, and give the lie to the idea that any art can be purely formal or completely abstract. Mr. Marden converted the rule-ridden zone of Minimalist abstraction into a capacious yet disciplined place, pushing it toward landscape, the figure and its roots in Abstract Expressionism and beyond, in non-Western art.
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  19. multiplatform
    • 2007 January 12, Geraldine Fabrikant, “Head of MTV Networks Leaving”, New York Times:
      In a telephone interview, Mr. Wolf said: “I am pleased with what we have accomplished in transforming MTV Networks into a multiplatform company.”
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  20. nonharmony
    • 2007 January 12, Kelefa Sanneh, “Nice Night for a Norse Shout-Along (Bring Devil Horns)”, New York Times:
      “Bounded by Allegiance,” from “Isa,” was one highlight of Wednesday’s concert: Mr. Kjellson croaked in lovely nonharmony with the keyboardist Herbrand Larsen, who is also the band’s only crooner; Ivar Bjornson, the lead guitarist, played a sinuous solo; fans defied the club’s bouncers by starting a short-lived mosh pit.
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  21. nonsanctioned
  22. oppositional
    • 2007 January 12, Ginia Bellafante, “Tales of the Urban Jungle and a Forest Full of Music”, New York Times:
      Making its debut tonight is the movie “Jump In!,” which follows in the footsteps of the channel’s wildly popular “High School Musical” in advancing the culturally oppositional idea that children don’t have to like everything their parents do.
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  23. outdrove
    • 2007 January 12, Frank Litsky, “Maureen Orcutt, 99, Golf Champion, Dies”, New York Times:
      In friendly matches, she hit off the back tees used by men, and with her solid build she usually outdrove them, averaging 240 yards with wood-shaft clubs.
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  24. reliclike
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      Most spectacular is “The Battle of Calverhine,” a leathery, reliclike panorama of carefully knit and hand-tinted found images.
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  25. remobilized
    • 2007 January 12, David S. Cloud, “Military Eases Its Rules for Mobilizing Reserves”, New York Times:
      The result, officials said, is that soldiers who have already done a tour in Iraq in the last five years can now be sent back to Iraq if their entire unit is remobilized.
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  26. scrims
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Optical illusionism of this kind has long been Mr. Irwin’s calling card, but here he achieves it by bare-bones means: no stagy scrims, just the material that Newman himself used to create his own pioneering version of installation art: paint.
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  27. sintir
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Rock/Pop Listings”, New York Times:
      Playing the sintir (a long-necked, resonant lute), Mr. Hakmoun leads spellbinding trance ceremonies, and with castanets around his ankles, performs acrobatic dances.
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  28. truckmaker
    • 2007 January 12, Carter Dougherty, “Executive Who Stirred Up Volkswagen Will Step Down”, New York Times:
      Volkswagen’s supervisory board rejected the hostile takeover bid of the German truckmaker MAN for a Swedish rival, Scania, on Thursday, a move that Scania said meant the German approach was doomed in its current form, Reuters reported from Frankfurt.
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  29. twilightish
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      They are horizontal, twilightish, untheatrical spaces, and pulse-slowing.
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  30. untheatrical
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      They are horizontal, twilightish, untheatrical spaces, and pulse-slowing.
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  31. vocalese
    • 2007 January 12, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      JON HENDRICKS (Wednesday and Thursday) Mr. Hendricks is the godfather of vocalese, and still irrepressible, though his voice has weathered over the years.
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  32. whirbling

Sequestered[edit]

  1. makai: has not entered English, always defined where used
    • 2007 January 12, Vivian Marino, “Where You’ll Find a Small-Town Feeling on the Big Island”, New York Times:
      “We’ve long identified the area as one of the emerging markets that provides incredible value and is well positioned to go up in value in the future,” he said, noting that buyers should not be surprised to find condominiums — some makai, or toward the ocean — in the $200,000 range.
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