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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-02-14 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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95159 tokens ‧ 69668 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8634 types ‧ 38 (~ 0.44%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-02-14[edit]

  1. alprazolam
    • 2007 February 14, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      The indictment includes misdemeanor criminal possession charges for heroin, oxycodone and alprazolam, an antianxiety drug. Mr. Kortright said the maximum penalty for the felony was seven years in prison. Mr. Anastasio is free on his own recognizance.
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  2. antianxiety
    • 2007 February 14, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      The indictment includes misdemeanor criminal possession charges for heroin, oxycodone and alprazolam, an antianxiety drug. Mr. Kortright said the maximum penalty for the felony was seven years in prison. Mr. Anastasio is free on his own recognizance.
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  3. antihooliganism
    • 2007 February 14, Ian Fisher, “Breaking All the Rules, With a Shrug and a Sigh”, New York Times:
      Two weeks ago, a 38-year-old policeman with two children was killed during a riot at a soccer stadium in Sicily — two years after a law mandating antihooliganism measures was passed and widely ignored.
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  4. antirules
    • 2007 February 14, Ian Fisher, “Breaking All the Rules, With a Shrug and a Sigh”, New York Times:
      While the centrist politicians who ruled Italy since World War II were plenty corrupt, many experts say the antirules culture reached it apex in the political career of Silvio Berlusconi . Mr. Stille argues that Mr. Berlusconi, twice elected prime minister, created a political constituency of tax cheats and people with illegally built houses.
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  5. cannellini
    • 2007 February 14, “Recipe: Fake Baked Beans With Crispy Bacon”, New York Times:
      1 pound dry white beans, like navy, pea or cannellini (see note) 2 whole cloves 1 small onion, halved lengthwise and peeled 2 garlic cloves, smashed and peeled 1 bay leaf 1 teaspoon salt, more to taste 1/4 cup ketchup 1/4 cup molasses 3 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 1 1/2 teaspoons dry mustard powder 1/4 teaspoon Tabasco sauce, or to taste 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 6 slices thick-cut bacon Chopped red onion, for garnish.
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  6. cliffside
    • 2007 February 14, Michael Slackman, “Bombs Kill 3 in Lebanon on Day Before Memorial”, New York Times:
      “Why are we dying in Lebanon?” said Tania Hayek, 43, who was a few feet away in a cliffside cafe called Chez George when the first bomb went off.
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  7. decadelong
    • 2007 February 14, Craig S. Smith, “Qaeda Affiliate in Algeria Kills 6 as Bombs Strike Police Stations”, New York Times:
      It was formed as an offshoot of the Armed Islamic Group, which along with other Islamist guerrilla armies fought a brutal decadelong civil war after the Algerian military canceled the second round of parliamentary elections in early 1992 after an Islamist party overwhelmingly won the first round and was poised to win the second.
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  8. farro
    • 2007 February 14, Florence Fabricant, “For a Chilly Winter Day, Beef Pie With Polenta Crust”, New York Times:
      At the Fountain restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel, near the institute, squab stuffed with fava beans and farro, an Egyptian grain, comes gilded with gold leaf, and a dessert of almond mousse with dates, figs and pomegranates is shaped like a pyramid.
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  9. grappas
    • 2007 February 14, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      Wines, a few cocktails and grappas but no mixed drinks: 34 Downing Street (Bedford Street), (212) 691-0404.
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  10. gribenes
    • 2007 February 14, “Letters”, New York Times:
      When the pieces of skin and onion were very, very crispy, the fat was poured off into a jar (schmaltz) and the gribenes (cracklings) were again salted (oy!) and given to us kids to munch on in front of the TV. This may well explain the high incidence of coronary artery disease in Jewish men, but what a treat it was.
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  11. groundfish
  12. hitless
  13. interiorized
    • 2007 February 14, Vivien Schweitzer, “Her Fingerprints Are All Over Bach”, New York Times:
      She added, “The audience hears someone who has completely interiorized the music.”
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  14. laminitis
    • 2007 February 14, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      The bay colt developed laminitis, caused by uneven weight distribution in the limbs, in his left rear leg in July.
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  15. memorizable
  16. microfadeometer
    • 2007 February 14, Randy Kennedy, “Paints’ Mysteries Challenge Protectors of Modern Art”, New York Times:
      This includes an infrared spectroscope that has been used to figure out the chemical fingerprints of things as varied as asteroids and illegal drugs; a device called a microfadeometer, which trains an intense beam of light — 8 million lumens per square meter, compared with about 120,000 for a cloudless day with the sun at high noon — on a tiny area of a painting to see how it fades; a hulking Atlas Ci4000 Xenon Weather-Ometer, which simulates the effects of decades of sunlight and heat in just months; and a scanning electron microscope costing more than a million dollars.
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  17. monsignor
  18. mosasaurs
    • 2007 February 14, “The Case of the Creationist Geologist (5 Letters)”, New York Times:
      What I find deeply disturbing, however, is that Mr. Ross could believe that the earth was created 10,000 years ago, but nevertheless write in his dissertation that mosasaurs, or marine reptiles, existed more than 65 million years ago.
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  19. noncash
    • 2007 February 14, Reuters, “KB Home Posts Quarterly Loss, but Shares Rise”, New York Times:
      The home builder KB Home posted a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss yesterday, sending its shares up, after taking a $343.3 million noncash charge for declining land values.
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  20. nondrafted
  21. nonengineered
    • 2007 February 14, Andrew Pollack, “U.S. Agency Violated Law in Seed Case, Judge Rules”, New York Times:
      “An action which potentially eliminates or at least greatly reduces the availability of a particular plant — here, nonengineered alfalfa — has a significant effect on the human environment,” he wrote.
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  22. reputational
    • 2007 February 14, Landon Thomas Jr., “Judge Rules Drug Documents Must Be Returned to Eli Lilly”, New York Times:
      The judge said that the documents’ disclosure posed “significant risk of harm to Lilly,” and that their “out of context” appearance in the news media might “lead to confusion in the patient community and undeserved reputational harm.”
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  23. rouget
  24. smatterings
  25. synthetics
    • 2007 February 14, Randy Kennedy, “Paints’ Mysteries Challenge Protectors of Modern Art”, New York Times:
      But while conservators have inherited generations’ worth of knowledge about oil paints, they know comparatively little about synthetics and how to protect the masterpieces created by using them, many of which are rapidly approaching the half-century mark.
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  26. taxidermied
    • 2007 February 14, Randy Kennedy, “Paints’ Mysteries Challenge Protectors of Modern Art”, New York Times:
      It is only one part of a much larger undertaking for conservators of modern art, who now must deal with painting, sculpture and installation materials as strange and fragile as latex, old cathode ray tubes, whale-bone dust, fluorescent tubes, preserved sheep and at least one shaggy, taxidermied angora goat.
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  27. trendsetting
    • 2007 February 14, Florence Fabricant, “Celebrating the Ringmaster of the Restaurant Circus”, New York Times:
      Ferran Adrià, the chef and owner of the trendsetting El Bulli near Barcelona, attended the celebration with Juan Mari Arzak and other cutting-edge chefs from Spain, a country that was not on the culinary radar when the restaurant in Lyon that bears Mr. Bocuse’s name earned its third Michelin star in 1965.
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  28. unbudgeted
    • 2007 February 14, William Neuman, “M.T.A. Says It Can’t Handle Cost Overruns on No. 7 Project”, New York Times:
      He said other unbudgeted costs had to be considered, including a projected $150 million for new subway cars needed to run on the extended line. Mr. Sander, who inherited the deal when he took over the authority in January, said he spoke yesterday to Daniel L. Doctoroff , the deputy mayor for economic development, to explain the authority’s position.
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  29. vampy
    • 2007 February 14, Florence Fabricant, “So Naughty, So Nice”, New York Times:
      Even the name has a vampy allure: red velvet.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. cleansee: nonce from cleanse + -ee
    • 2007 February 14, Marc Santora, “Iraqis Announce New Crackdown Across Baghdad”, New York Times:
      You haven’t stopped the willingness to ethnically cleanse, but you’re imposing the moral hazard of ethnic cleansing on the cleansee?
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  2. honeybells = Honeybells, tangelo cultivar