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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-01-17 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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94512 tokens ‧ 69129 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8493 types ‧ 40 (~ 0.471%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-01-17[edit]

  1. astronuclear
    • 2007 January 17, Dennis Hevesi, “John W. Simpson, 92, Dies; Pioneer of Nuclear Power”, New York Times:
      In the late 1950s, he organized the company’s astronuclear laboratory, which won the federal government’s first contract to develop a nuclear reactor for rocket propulsion.
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  2. auslese
    • 2007 January 17, Eric Asimov, “Ausleses Put Sweetness on the Table”, New York Times:
      The most important thing about auslese is not how it’s pronounced (OWS-lay-zuh), nor what it means (we’ll get to that).
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  3. ausleses
    • 2007 January 17, Eric Asimov, “Ausleses Put Sweetness on the Table”, New York Times:
      “People are scared because they think they’re going to be super-duper sweet wines,” said Paul Grieco, a true riesling believer who is an owner and general manager of Hearth in the East Village, which always has ausleses on its wine list.
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  4. backchecked
  5. balkanize
    • 2007 January 17, Michael Slackman, “Hangings Fuel Sectarian Split Across Mideast”, New York Times:
      And while political analysts and government officials in the region say the spreading Sunni disillusionment with Shiites and their backers in Iran will benefit Sunni-led governments and the United States, they and others worry that the tensions could start to balkanize the region as they have in Iraq itself.
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  6. branzino
    • 2007 January 17, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      The menu at the new place, which is to open tomorrow in SoHo, is familiar, too, with dishes like baby octopus, potatoes and black olives or branzino with brussels sprouts and tomato confit.
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  7. cartoonlike
  8. chargebacks
    • 2007 January 17, David Cay Johnston, “Is Live Sex On-Demand Coming to Hotel TVs?”, New York Times:
      He and others noted that refusals to pay, known as chargebacks, are a serious concern and can drive companies out of business unless carefully controlled.
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  9. confits
    • 2007 January 17, Florence Fabricant, “In Tins, in Cups, Teas Are in Bloom”, New York Times:
      The package consists of tarbais beans, confits of duck legs and duck gizzards, duck and garlic sausages, pork belly, duck fat and demi-glace.
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  10. counterappeals
    • 2007 January 17, Michael Cooper, “Budget Reform Pact Augurs a More Transparent Albany”, New York Times:
      Republican senators said that slow roll calls were not allowed, leading to a flurry of appeals and counterappeals that left the house in a standoff lasting into the evening, just as some Republican lawmakers were eager to get away to fund-raisers that they were holding.
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  11. crosscourt
    • 2007 January 17, Christopher Clarey, “Scrappy Opponent Backs Hewitt Into a Corner, but Then Lets Him Out”, New York Times:
      For two and a half sets, he was beyond reproach, using a shot from tennis’s past — the crisply chipped crosscourt backhand — to keep Hewitt digging, then adroitly mixing in the occasional forehand blast or huge first serve.
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  12. downtowning
  13. groundfish
  14. hypercautious
    • 2007 January 17, Scott Shane, “As Trial Begins, Cheney’s Ex-Aide Is Still a Puzzle”, New York Times:
      By all accounts a first-rate legal mind and a hypercautious aide whose discretion frustrated reporters, he is charged with repeatedly lying to a grand jury and to the F.B.I. about his leaks to the news media in the battle over Iraq war intelligence.
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  15. jocky
  16. jujubes
  17. lovelessness
  18. megaweddings
    • 2007 January 17, William Grimes, “The Power and the Potential of India’s Economic Change”, New York Times:
      He inquires into the Kashmir dispute while dissecting India’s fraught relationship with Pakistan; marvels over New Delhi’s spanking-new subway system; describes the middle class rage for megaweddings; pays a visit to Bollywood and, in some of his most absorbing chapters, analyzes the changing caste system, the status of India’s Muslims and the alarming rise of Hindu nationalism.
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  19. nonaffiliated
    • 2007 January 17, Bloomberg News, “China: Music Deal for Emi and Web Site”, New York Times:
      EMI is planning to drop out of an infringement lawsuit brought against Baidu by record companies on claims the Web site violated copyright by offering links to illegally copied music on nonaffiliated sites.
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  20. nontherapeutic
    • 2007 January 17, Andrew Martin, “Even Free, the Price Wasn’t Right”, New York Times:
      Those recommendations urged KFC suppliers to phase out the use of nontherapeutic antibiotics, to stop breeding chickens to have breasts so big that the birds have difficulty walking, and to use inert gas, rather than electric stunning, to kill chickens.
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  21. nordic
  22. reclogging
    • 2007 January 17, The Associated Press, “Heart Patient Advisory”, New York Times:
      Drug-coated stents are often chosen over bare metal stents because they slowly release medication that reduces the chance of arteries reclogging, which can mean follow-up surgery, but there is a small though significantly increased risk of clotting.
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  23. riesling
    • 2007 January 17, Eric Asimov, “Ausleses Put Sweetness on the Table”, New York Times:
      “People are scared because they think they’re going to be super-duper sweet wines,” said Paul Grieco, a true riesling believer who is an owner and general manager of Hearth in the East Village, which always has ausleses on its wine list.
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  24. rieslings
  25. spycam
    • 2007 January 17, Matt Zoller Seitz, “The Long Lens of Obsession and Mad Love”, New York Times:
      For the most part, the spycam angles are convincingly realistic, though the sheer number of them suggests that Doug’s real frustration is artistic.
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  26. tarbais
    • 2007 January 17, Florence Fabricant, “In Tins, in Cups, Teas Are in Bloom”, New York Times:
      Among them are Savoy, below, 70 Prince Street (Crosby Street), where black iron crocks of cassoulet, made with the proper tarbais beans and a crust of crumbs, are tucked into the fireplaces.
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  27. unfussily
    • 2007 January 17, Charles Isherwood, “Echoes of Grief and Loss, Modulated by Humor”, New York Times:
      While this production, starring a softly radiant Kate Burton as the mercurial Madame Ranevskaya, does place a subtle emphasis on the tragedy in her past — the death of her young son some five years before the play begins — the teddy bear was a bit of a red herring, as it were. Mr. Martin’s “Cherry Orchard,” presented in a clean new adaptation by the playwright Richard Nelson, is brisk, unfussily funny and steeped in just enough emotion to give it a gloss of tender feeling without drowning it in teardrops.
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  28. viognier
    • 2007 January 17, Eric Asimov, “Ausleses Put Sweetness on the Table”, New York Times:
      Put the equivalent sweetness in a wine with little acidity, like a viognier, for example, and you have a frumpy, clumsy wine.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. duded