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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-02-16 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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109781 tokens ‧ 76806 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9411 types ‧ 47 (~ 0.499%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-02-16[edit]

  1. agnoletti
    • 2007 February 16, Jenny Anderson, “Stepping Lively at Credit Suisse”, New York Times:
      When the executive board of Credit Suisse went to dinner at the Savoy in Zurich Wednesday night to celebrate his appointment, Mr. Dougan dined on agnoletti and Diet Coke.
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  2. antifog
    • 2007 February 16, Sarah Tuff, “Sheer Terror on Ice at Breakneck Speeds”, New York Times:
      The night of my visit, Dr. Simkin warmed up with his 13-year-old son, Vinny, while Brett West of Ridgefield, Conn., shared antifog spray with his 11-year-old son, Tucker.
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  3. baldish
    • 2007 February 16, Robin Finn, “Married to the Cause, One State at a Time”, New York Times:
      Portly, short and baldish are Mr. Wolfson’s physical self-descriptors; banana pudding from the Magnolia Bakery is his vice.
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  4. belovedness
  5. bodytights
    • 2007 February 16, Roslyn Sulcas, “Adventures in Geometry and Color, as Well as Dancing”, New York Times:
      The dancers in Ian Falconer’s striking costumes — black or red suits of cards on white tutus and bodytights — create lovely geometries, either alone or behind the coquettish duos for the principal pairs.
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  6. boogieing
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      Then it’s on to a prehistoric scene, in which Bert and Ernie meet a boogieing blue dinosaur.
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  7. caballero
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      He had his own way with materials and color and an unforgettable cast of characters (most notably, a mounted caballero and a levitating Madonna crowned like the Statue of Liberty.)
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  8. cabinetlike
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      His art and his story are like few others, and so is the museum’s inspired installation: a single, long corridor with cabinetlike rooms of paintings on either side and, at the very end, against a sea-green wall, a life-size doll with giant bat wings floating overhead.
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  9. cabinlike
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      In fact, the production is an all-female affair, from the sound designer, Elise Kermani, to the artist Barbara Kilpatrick, who constructed a cabinlike structure for the set and created costumes from clothing donated by Eileen Fisher.
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  10. cardio
    • 2007 February 16, Sarah Tuff, “Sheer Terror on Ice at Breakneck Speeds”, New York Times:
      “I recall a noise from him that I had never heard before,” said Mr. West, who begins training for the luge season in September with thrice-weekly cardio, core and arm-strengthening workouts.
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  11. centerfield
    • 2007 February 16, Lee Jenkins, “Frustrated Cubs Find Match in Fiery Piniella”, New York Times:
      Convinced otherwise, he is now getting ready to go from left field to centerfield in one of baseball’s trickiest parks, Wrigley Field.
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  12. copycatting
    • 2007 February 16, Janet Maslin, “Dear Dan Brown, All Eyes Are on You”, New York Times:
      In the sound-like-Brown genre the stakes are high, the scruples are absent and the copycatting is out of control.
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  13. divadom
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      And Carmen Cortés, fast approaching divadom, will offer examples of Gypsy flamenco puro in a program on Thursday with the flamenco guitarist Gerardo Núñez and his quintet.
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  14. droney
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      RICKIE LEE JONES (Tonight) With a new album, “The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard” (New West), that sets sayings by Jesus to raw, droney rock songs, Rickie Lee Jones, the beret-wearing neo-Beat with the girlish slur, offers yet another twist in a career full of odd turns.
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  15. flowerlike
    • 2007 February 16, Roslyn Sulcas, “Adventures in Geometry and Color, as Well as Dancing”, New York Times:
      It’s a perfect illustration of Balanchine’s genius with patterning; lines of dancers dissolve kaleidoscopically into circles, then diamonds, then straight lines again, creating a flowerlike backdrop to the soloists.
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  16. friezelike
    • 2007 February 16, Wendy Moonan, “Not Just Horses, Mind You, From George Stubbs”, New York Times:
      It was a commission from a man who did not own thoroughbreds, so Stubbs was able to arrange a group of idealized horses in a friezelike composition.
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  17. highranking
    • 2007 February 16, Jim Yardley, “China Covers Up Detention of AIDS Doctor”, New York Times:
      Three highranking Henan Province officials, beaming and clapping as if presenting a lottery check, were making an early Lunar New Year visit to the apartment of a renowned AIDS doctor, Gao Yaojie.
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  18. lunkish
  19. microbus
    • 2007 February 16, Damien Cave, “Dispute Over Iraqi Cleric, Said to Have Gone to Iran”, New York Times:
      Salaam Sabri, 35, a microbus driver who ran to the scene after hearing the explosion, said that police cars and army vehicles were hauling bodies to the hospital while policemen and soldiers searched cars and pedestrians for signs of who might be responsible for the attack.
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  20. monochromes
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      In monochromes on brown paper and in canvases involving the Coca-Cola logo and pieces of Plexiglas, Pop and Minimalism are joined almost before they were invented.
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  21. multistrategy
    • 2007 February 16, “People”, New York Times:
      Citigroup Alternative Investments has appointed Marina Lund as a managing director for Tribeca Global Management, the unit’s multistrategy hedge fund manager. Ms. Lund, formerly of BlueCrest Capital Management, will be based in London.
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  22. nongated
    • 2007 February 16, Charles Passy, “Sun, Water and the Mets Put a ‘Nowhere’ on the Map”, New York Times:
      Port St. Lucie’s eastern half — that is, to the east of Interstate 95 — is largely defined by older, nongated neighborhoods, some dating from the city’s earliest days.
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  23. nonmale
    • 2007 February 16, Roberta Smith, “Painting in the Heady Days, After It Was Proclaimed Dead”, New York Times:
      Feminists and others were expanding it by introducing aspects of beading, sewing, quilting, rug-making and more performance, thereby introducing elements of craft, the body and personal identity, and forcefully defining creators as nonmale or nonwhite.
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  24. nonpainting
  25. nowheresville
    • 2007 February 16, Charles Passy, “Sun, Water and the Mets Put a ‘Nowhere’ on the Map”, New York Times:
      FOR the 45 years since its inception, Port St. Lucie has often been seen as something of a Florida nowheresville, a suburban city idling between the more attention-worthy municipalities of South Florida (Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach) and the tourist magnet of Orlando.
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  26. objectlike
    • 2007 February 16, Roberta Smith, “Painting in the Heady Days, After It Was Proclaimed Dead”, New York Times:
      Some were trying out unusual materials and techniques — cotton balls, fake jewels, pigmented wax, spray guns, squeegees — either to make painting more perversely objectlike or to reopen the spatial illusions shut down by the Judd-Stella-Greenberg juggernaut.
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  27. panleukopenia
  28. paratactic
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      BARR (Tonight and tomorrow night) Over bare stutters of piano and drums, Brendan Fowler of Barr lets loose an endlessly self-regarding logorrhea, questioning his every thought and instinct in a naked, paratactic melancholy.
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  29. reinspection
  30. sadza
    • 2007 February 16, “Zimbabwe’s Slide (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      Locals would speak sorrowfully about the state of affairs, often while nursing their sole plate of sadza (maize porridge) for the day.
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  31. scrims
    • 2007 February 16, Michael Kimmelman, “Blasts of Color, Evoking Memories”, New York Times:
      When I moved closer, the red separated itself into licks of pink and purple, the field receding as layered scrims of color.
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  32. scumblings
    • 2007 February 16, Michael Kimmelman, “Blasts of Color, Evoking Memories”, New York Times:
      One called “The Body in the Library,” matte, with clunky blocks of color and gray scumblings, à la Philip Guston, is a static, hulking mass.
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  33. sensorlike
    • 2007 February 16, Holland Cotter, “Flaunting Dominion in Ancient Iran”, New York Times:
      And a gorgeous little glass cup in the show — it is purplish-brown, with protruding sensorlike knobs that make it resemble Sputnik — compares to others that ended up in Chinese tombs, Japanese temples and the treasury of San Marco in Venice.
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  34. somewheresville
  35. technorati
  36. thankas
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      Displayed in a gallery more than 30 years later, they are an exhilarating sight: Zen thankas that are also abstract paintings that are also existential projection screens.
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  37. ticketholder
    • 2007 February 16, Ben Sisario, “Live From New York, It’s Cold People Waiting in Line”, New York Times:
      Subfreezing temperatures, however, can be the skinflint’s best friend, since the cold generally increases ticketholder absenteeism and decreases the number of people willing to risk frostbite to take those people’s place.
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  38. unawarded
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Spare Times”, New York Times:
      Fifty other statues that haven’t yet been awarded can also be seen, and visitors will be allowed to hold one of the unawarded Oscars.
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  39. uncontainably
    • 2007 February 16, Michael Kimmelman, “Blasts of Color, Evoking Memories”, New York Times:
      Here, Mr. Hodgkin has slathered green onto a cheap frame, as he frequently does, incorporating the frames as objects and also making the pictures seem to spill out, uncontainably, beyond their edges.
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  40. undanceable
  41. underhyped
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      PELA, HIGH STRUNG (Tonight) All Friday nights at the Mercury Lounge should be like this, and many are: two excellent, underhyped bands and a cover charge that doesn’t necessitate a trip to the A.T.M. Pela, from Brooklyn, calls its style “pastoral punk,” which means wide-open skies of bouncy, Pixiesesque basslines and sharp, sparkling guitars that recall the Strokes and U2 .
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  42. unphotographable
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      His white-on-white pictures are practically unphotographable.
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  43. winkingly
    • 2007 February 16, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Gym Class Heroes, from Geneva, N.Y., were as obscure a hip-hop act as could be when they made “Taxi Driver,” which winkingly name-checks a Warped Tour’s worth of emo bands.
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