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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-02-19 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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70830 tokens ‧ 52493 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7555 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.41%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-02-19[edit]

  1. camcord
    • 2007 February 19, Ian Austen, “Hollywood Gets Tough on Movie Copying in Canada”, New York Times:
      “There are professional Canadian camcord rings and they are very, very good at what they do,” said John G. Malcolm, the director of worldwide antipiracy operations for the Motion Picture Association of America in Los Angeles.
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  2. camcording
  3. camming
    • 2007 February 19, Ian Austen, “Hollywood Gets Tough on Movie Copying in Canada”, New York Times:
      In the United States, federal law as well as 40 state laws can impose harsh penalties for videotaping movies from theater screens, a process known as camming.
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  4. caucusgoers
    • 2007 February 19, Adam Nagourney, “In Iowa, the Living Room Has Fallen Out of Favor”, New York Times:
      Mr. Larson argued that there were some advantages to the new style. Mr. McCain saw 1,200 potential caucusgoers in three events on Saturday, compared with perhaps 100 he could have met in private homes. Mr. Larson said smaller meetings were less crucial because of the advent of Internet video streaming.
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  5. cayucos
    • 2007 February 19, Caroline Brothers, “South Asians Taking Risky Route to Europe: Via Africa”, New York Times:
      Officials like Mr. Mazzitelli, of the United Nations office in Dakar, say that while African immigrants are crossing thousands of miles of ocean in wooden or fiberglass cayucos, or fishing boats, crammed with 50 to 80 passengers, the South Asians are leaving West Africa in groups of at least 100, and in much bigger vessels, like the barely seaworthy Marine I.
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  6. corridos
    • 2007 February 19, Ben Ratliff, “Singing Stories From Lives Lived Far Away From Home”, New York Times:
      The music drifted into bolero and pop-ballad territory from time to time, but the meat of the show was the uptempo corridos, story-songs that became impossibly sad or righteously angry and above all, sympathetic: about scattered families (“Sr. Locutor”), a son murdered for a car (“Le Compre la Muerte a Mi Hijo”), an immigrant fed up with being condescended to who finally earns enough money to return to Mexico (“El Mojado Acaudalado”).
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  7. dunkfest
    • 2007 February 19, Liz Robbins, “On Star-Studded Stage, Bryant Proves the Best”, New York Times:
      Bryant joined Julius Erving, Michael Jordan , Dominique Wilkins and Vince Carter as judges of the dunk contest Saturday night, an event that paled in comparison with Sunday night’s dunkfest, led by Bryant, Amare Stoudemire and Vince Carter.
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  8. eggroll
    • 2007 February 19, Glenn Collins, “What Surrounds a Legend? A 3,000-Pound Gilt Frame”, New York Times:
      Working in the 11,000-foot studio space of Eli Wilner & Company, a former eggroll factory, Mr. Terán created the mockup to test the depth of sculptural relief and the placement of the frame’s embellishments.
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  9. ethnomusicologist
    • 2007 February 19, William Neuman, “Amid Squeal of Trains at Times Square, Melody of a Store’s Rebirth”, New York Times:
      On occasion I did leave my entire paycheck there,” said Roberta Singer, an ethnomusicologist, recalling the days when, after clocking out of her job as a clerk at the Stern’s department store on 42nd Street, she began to expand her knowledge of Latin music under Mr. s.
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  10. glissandos
    • 2007 February 19, Bernard Holland, “Dramatic Tango With Pianist as Percussionist”, New York Times:
      She honors a popular music form by exaggerating its tics: the sighing glissandos that dramatize the beginning of phrases, the sudden rushes of big statement and the heavy syncopations.
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  11. griller
    • 2007 February 19, Richard Sandomir, “It’s 1 Driver Per Channel on Nascar Hot Pass”, New York Times:
      DirecTV subscribers were offered a free preview of Hot Pass yesterday, and the announcers were put in the position of hawking the $99 season-long subscription as if they were Tony Little, some of them making the service seem as if it were the greatest invention since the George Foreman griller.
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  12. guaracha
  13. herdswoman
    • 2007 February 19, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      Directed by Wang Quan’an and starring Yu Nan in the title role, the film, about a herdswoman from Inner Mongolia seeking a man who can help her look after her ailing husband and two children, addresses the pressure to leave the countryside and move to the city as China’s industry expands.
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  14. homerism
    • 2007 February 19, Richard Sandomir, “It’s 1 Driver Per Channel on Nascar Hot Pass”, New York Times:
      This is very personal television if you’re a fan of any of the drivers selected weekly by DirecTV. But the accompanying style of announcing — unabashed homerism — takes a lot of getting used to.
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  15. montuno
  16. multiday
  17. multidevice
    • 2007 February 19, David Carr, “Do They Still Want Their MTV?”, New York Times:
      But now the music channel is trying to make its way in a multidevice, multiplatform, multichannel world, most of which is being programmed by a 16-year-old.
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  18. multiplatform
    • 2007 February 19, David Carr, “Do They Still Want Their MTV?”, New York Times:
      But now the music channel is trying to make its way in a multidevice, multiplatform, multichannel world, most of which is being programmed by a 16-year-old.
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  19. narcocorrido
    • 2007 February 19, Ben Ratliff, “Singing Stories From Lives Lived Far Away From Home”, New York Times:
      They were nonjudgmental first-person stories, including the notorious narcocorrido “Pacas de a Kilo,” (“One-Kilo Packets”) told from the point of view of a proud marijuana grower.
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  20. nonlawyers
  21. operagoers
    • 2007 February 19, Anthony Tommasini, “Sin City: Morally Bankrupt, but Musical”, New York Times:
      The director, John Doyle, acclaimed for his daringly innovative productions of “Sweeney Todd” and “Company” on Broadway, has given operagoers here a grimly spare yet fanciful staging, with sets by Mark Bailey and costumes by Ann Hould-Ward.
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  22. parabens
  23. ranchera
  24. spiriting
    • 2007 February 19, Nicholas Eberstadt And Christopher Griffin, “Saving North Korea’s Refugees”, New York Times:
      Despite a gradually hardening Chinese posture toward this humanitarian crisis (now entering its second decade), over the years a few private groups have been bravely spiriting refugees out of China and into third countries.
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  25. unpatentable
    • 2007 February 19, “Whose Genes Are They Anyway? (6 Letters)”, New York Times:
      It would be no less true and no less hyperbolic to speculate that you, or someone you love, could die if genes became unpatentable because the necessary genetic research would not be done in time.
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  26. unstacking
    • 2007 February 19, Elizabeth Jensen, “Child Auteurs on Nick, From Their House to Yours”, New York Times:
      A rehearsal last week featured a clip of a child, nicknamed Johnny 5, who demonstrated his skill at quickly stacking and unstacking green plastic cups.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. sexto -> bajo sexto