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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-01-16 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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88383 tokens ‧ 65578 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8629 types ‧ 51 (~ 0.591%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-01-16[edit]

  1. anticompetitive
    • 2007 January 16, Claudia H. Deutsch, “G.E. Buying a British Aerospace Company”, New York Times:
      E. attempted to acquire Honeywell in 2001, but the deal was scuttled when European regulators deemed it to be anticompetitive.
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  2. antidumping
    • 2007 January 16, Choe Sang-Hun, “With New Urgency, U.S. and South Korea Seek Free-Trade Deal”, New York Times:
      The talks stalled over United States requests for greater access for American cars, rice and drugs, and over South Korea’s demand that Washington change antidumping rules applied to South Korean steel, cars, computer chips and textiles.
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  3. arborcide
    • 2007 January 16, Anthony Ramirez, “Where There’s a Plant, She’s Got an Answer”, New York Times:
      It turned out that a neighbor’s ailanthus tree was blocking her view. Ms. Powis’s answer was meant to discourage both trespassing and arborcide.
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  4. atun
  5. businessy
    • 2007 January 16, Karla Cook, “The Food Connection”, New York Times:
      If you’re in D.n. C., which is very businessy, it’s acceptable to be alone,” said Eldar Shafir, a professor of psychology and public affairs whose appointments at Princeton University require travel.
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  6. chondroitin
  7. chowhound
    • 2007 January 16, Karla Cook, “The Food Connection”, New York Times:
      One in 10 people is a chowhound, a person who is on a passionate search for quality, he says.
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  8. containerboard
    • 2007 January 16, David Barboza, “Blazing a Paper Trail in China”, New York Times:
      Zhang Yin, who saw a solution to China’s thirst for containerboard by importing United States scrap paper, in her Hong Kong office.
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  9. decontrolled
    • 2007 January 16, Charles V. Bagli, “After Sale, Rent Increases Give Some Sticker Shock”, New York Times:
      An apartment can be decontrolled, however, after it becomes vacant, or if the rent reaches $2,000 a month and the existing tenants’ household income rises above $175,000 for two consecutive years.
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  10. ethnobotanist
    • 2007 January 16, Nicholas Bakalar, “17th-Century Remedy; 21st-Century Potency”, New York Times:
      Eric J. Buenz, an ethnobotanist at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, led the team that wrote a paper about the text, published in the Dec. 23 issue of the British medical journal BMJ. First, Dr. Buenz had Eric M. Beekman, an emeritus professor of Germanic languages at the University of Massachusetts , translate the text into English from the original Dutch and Latin.
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  11. journeywoman
  12. kronor
  13. kummelweck
    • 2007 January 16, Karla Cook, “The Food Connection”, New York Times:
      Beef on weck, Mr. Stern said, is one of the great roast beef sandwiches in the country — very thinly sliced rare roast beef on a bulky hard roll, also called a kummelweck, topped with big-grained salt and caraway seeds.
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  14. nanocomputing
    • 2007 January 16, John Markoff, “H.P. to Report an Advance in Adaptable Circuitry”, New York Times:
      The technology grows out of an advance in nanocomputing, which involves creating circuitry on a molecular scale and making it interact with today’s silicon wires and transistors.
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  15. noncompetitively
    • 2007 January 16, “Tracking Outsourced Bonanzas”, New York Times:
      According to one recent audit reported in The Washington Post, among 49 privatized contracts, three out of five were awarded noncompetitively, lacked oversight, and raised questions of legality.
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  16. nondogmatic
  17. nonmarried
    • 2007 January 16, Sam Roberts, “51% of Women Are Now Living Without Spouse”, New York Times:
      Younger women understand this better, and are preparing to live longer parts of their lives alone or with nonmarried partners. d.
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  18. nonmineral
    • 2007 January 16, Dan Hurley, “Diet Supplements and Safety: Some Disquieting Data”, New York Times:
      In April 2004, the Food and Drug Administration said it had received 260 reports of deaths associated with herbs and other nonvitamin, nonmineral supplements since 1989.
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  19. nonpassing
    • 2007 January 16, Karen Crouse, “Ginn Among Top Players Declaring for Draft”, New York Times:
      Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck said that he played the final eight games of Seattle’s season with broken fingers on his nonpassing hand.
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  20. nonvitamin
    • 2007 January 16, Dan Hurley, “Diet Supplements and Safety: Some Disquieting Data”, New York Times:
      In April 2004, the Food and Drug Administration said it had received 260 reports of deaths associated with herbs and other nonvitamin, nonmineral supplements since 1989.
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  21. overdevelopment
  22. phlegmy
  23. pianissimos
    • 2007 January 16, Anthony Tommasini, “Serious German Violinist Gets a Rock Star Ovation”, New York Times:
      In the Larghetto slow movement Mr. Tetzlaff played the wistful melodic phrases with arching lyricism and radiantly penetrating pianissimos, while in the orchestra Mr. Levine achieved an uncanny balance between timelessness and subdued intensity.
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  24. pigtailed
  25. prescreens
    • 2007 January 16, Patrick Mcgeehan, “Queens: Shortcut Through Airport Screening”, New York Times:
      Clear Registered Traveler, a private service that prescreens travelers for a $100 annual fee, will open a kiosk at Terminal 7 today, making Kennedy the second American airport — after Orlando International Airport in Florida — to provide an express lane through security, said Steven Brill, the chief executive of Clear.
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  26. proboscises
    • 2007 January 16, Henry Fountain, “A Smelly Puzzle, Solved”, New York Times:
      In this way it is more like bloodsucking moths and less like other tear drinkers, which generally have soft-tipped proboscises.
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  27. rototilling
    • 2007 January 16, “Letters”, New York Times:
      So-called “thundering herds” blanketed much of the Great Plains — rototilling, fertilizing, grazing builders that nurtured vast grasslands and gave home to everything from black-footed ferrets to burrowing owls.
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  28. serialist
  29. shaheed
  30. spendthriftness
    • 2007 January 16, John Tierney, “The Voices in My Head Say ‘Buy It!’ Why Argue?”, New York Times:
      This gives me hope for a technological cure for spendthriftness: a credit card that would remind you of your outstanding balance every time you started to buy something.
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  31. truckmaker
    • 2007 January 16, Ivar Ekman, “Iraqi Refugees Find Sanctuary, and Fellow Iraqis, in Sweden”, New York Times:
      Sodertalje, a scenic industrial town about 20 miles southwest of Stockholm, is home not just to the truckmaker Scania, which has its main factory here, but also to a thriving and growing population of Iraqis, most of them Christians. Ms. Ewas chose Sodertalje because her brother lives here.
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  32. ultracheap
    • 2007 January 16, John Markoff, “H.P. to Report an Advance in Adaptable Circuitry”, New York Times:
      Another potential use would be in making ultracheap memory chips, and one early application could be in the ink-jet cartridges which Hewlett-Packard manufactures by the tens of millions.
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  33. underknown
  34. unscaled
    • 2007 January 16, Jeremy Pearce, “Bradford Washburn, Explorer, 96, Dies”, New York Times:
      The mapping team, which included staff members of the National Geographic Society , conducted a photographic survey before employing a then-novel technique of flying helicopters to land on unscaled peaks.
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  35. unstretched

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