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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-02-27 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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96111 tokens ‧ 71191 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8758 types ‧ 52 (~ 0.594%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-02-27[edit]

  1. antinausea
    • 2007 February 27, Jane E. Brody, “A Mix of Medicines That Can Be Lethal”, New York Times:
      In addition to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors like Zoloft, Prozac and Paxil and serotonin/norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors like Effexor, the list includes tricyclic antidepressants and MAOIs (for monoamine oxidase inhibitors); narcotic painkillers like fentanyl and tramadol; over-the-counter cough and cold remedies containing dextromethorphan; the anticonvulsant valproate; triptans like Imitrex used to treat and prevent migraines ; the antibiotic Zyvox (linezolide); antinausea drugs; the anti-Parkinson’s drug L-dopa; the weight-loss drug Meridia (sibutramine); lithium; the dietary supplements tryptophan, St. John’s wort and ginseng; and several drugs of abuse, including ecstasy, LSD, amphetamines, the hallucinogens foxy methoxy and Syrian rue.
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  2. balletmasters
    • 2007 February 27, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      According to a company spokesman, Ms. Reichlen had learned the part some time ago, but was called to the theater to work with balletmasters for the role that day. Ms. Reichlen admirably maintained her polish as a shimmering, quivering creature, but during the pas de deux with Jonathan Staffor d as Prince Ivan, lost her magic feather, which landed conspicuously on the stage.
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  3. continentwide
    • 2007 February 27, Henry Fountain, “La Isabela’s Final Failure”, New York Times:
      But many officials thought that ivory came from throughout sub-Saharan Africa, suggesting organized continentwide poaching and smuggling.
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  4. cryotherapy
    • 2007 February 27, Anahad O’Connor, “The Claim: Duct Tape Removes Warts”, New York Times:
      The 2002 study found that if applied for six days, duct tape worked more often than the usual technique: cryotherapy, or freezing.
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  5. decertified
    • 2007 February 27, Michael Wines, “Song Wakens Injured Pride of Afrikaners”, New York Times:
      The article also misstated the location of Mpumalanga, a province that recently decertified an Afrikaans-language school that had refused to teach courses in English.
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  6. disinhibition
    • 2007 February 27, “Letters”, New York Times:
      The “online disinhibition effect” that is cited as a factor in flaming works for anti-flame messages too: online flirting.
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  7. documentarist
    • 2007 February 27, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      DON’T LOOK BACK Bob Dylan ’s 1965 tour of England as filmed by the cinéma-verité documentarist D. A. Pennebaker, issued in a two-disc edition that includes a new film, “Bob Dylan 65 Revisited,” assembled by Mr. Pennebaker from 20 hours of unused material.
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  8. esque
    • 2007 February 27, Stuart Elliott, “Oscar Outclasses the Super Bowl”, New York Times:
      A second commercial for MasterCard also paid tribute to “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” using an Audrey Hepburn -esque young actress and a version of the film’s theme song, “Moon River.”
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  9. fermentable
  10. flutelike
    • 2007 February 27, Steve Smith, “Strings Sampling Surprises From Haydn and Ligeti”, New York Times:
      Particularly memorable was the extraordinary “Andante tranquillo,” in which Mr. Tomàs Realp, now on second violin, played a keening, flutelike melody over ghostly muted chords.
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  11. girih
    • 2007 February 27, John Noble Wilford, “In Medieval Architecture, Signs of Advanced Math”, New York Times:
      The researchers described how the architects there had created overlapping patterns with girih tiles at two sizes to produce nearly perfect quasi-crystalline patterns.
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  12. girihs
    • 2007 February 27, John Noble Wilford, “In Medieval Architecture, Signs of Advanced Math”, New York Times:
      The geometric star-and-polygon girihs, as quasi crystals, can be rotated a certain number of degrees, say one-fifth of a circle, to positions from which other tiles are fitted.
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  13. glasslike
    • 2007 February 27, Henry Fountain, “La Isabela’s Final Failure”, New York Times:
      The researchers base their conclusion on analysis of a type of ore, called galena, and glasslike slag, both of which were found at the site.
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  14. hankos
    • 2007 February 27, Henry Fountain, “La Isabela’s Final Failure”, New York Times:
      (The researchers sampled ivory from 37 tusks in the shipment; the hankos are still being analyzed.)
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  15. hemophilia
  16. intrasquad
  17. jinxing
  18. linezolide
    • 2007 February 27, Jane E. Brody, “A Mix of Medicines That Can Be Lethal”, New York Times:
      In addition to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors like Zoloft, Prozac and Paxil and serotonin/norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors like Effexor, the list includes tricyclic antidepressants and MAOIs (for monoamine oxidase inhibitors); narcotic painkillers like fentanyl and tramadol; over-the-counter cough and cold remedies containing dextromethorphan; the anticonvulsant valproate; triptans like Imitrex used to treat and prevent migraines ; the antibiotic Zyvox (linezolide); antinausea drugs; the anti-Parkinson’s drug L-dopa; the weight-loss drug Meridia (sibutramine); lithium; the dietary supplements tryptophan, St. John’s wort and ginseng; and several drugs of abuse, including ecstasy, LSD, amphetamines, the hallucinogens foxy methoxy and Syrian rue.
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  19. megalounges
    • 2007 February 27, Joe Sharkey, “Memo Pad”, New York Times:
      When the renovations are complete, airport officials said, four new megalounges will replace the 16 individual airline lounges and significantly expand overall lounge space by 72 percent, to 47,000 square feet.
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  20. monthslong
    • 2007 February 27, Abigail Zuger, M.D., “Tantalized by the Hint of a Cure for Autism”, New York Times:
      She persuaded her foundation to bring Soma and 14-year-old Tito to Southern California for what proved to be an exhausting and exhaustive monthslong effort by a network of neuroscientists and well-wishers to anatomize the miracle that was Tito.
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  21. noncapital
    • 2007 February 27, Sewell Chan, “In Fallout After Blackout, State Agency Shares Blame”, New York Times:
      Ms. Acampora said that Con Edison had agreed to absorb $60 million in costs related to customer reimbursements and noncapital expenses that resulted from the blackout, but that the utility would seek to recover about $32 million in capital expenses from its customers, because it views those expenses as “normal plant additions.”
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  22. nonoperatic
    • 2007 February 27, Daniel J. Wakin, “Met to Add Seven New Productions for 2007-8”, New York Times:
      While most of next season’s plans were already in place before his arrival, Mr. Gelb has made his mark by bringing in directors with mainly nonoperatic experience.
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  23. nonrandomized
  24. offseason
    • 2007 February 27, Alexei Barrionuevo, “Honeybees Vanish, Leaving Keepers in Peril”, New York Times:
      The bee losses are ranging from 30 to 60 percent on the West Coast, with some beekeepers on the East Coast and in Texas reporting losses of more than 70 percent; beekeepers consider a loss of up to 20 percent in the offseason to be normal.
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  25. phenelzine
    • 2007 February 27, Jane E. Brody, “A Mix of Medicines That Can Be Lethal”, New York Times:
      Ms. Zion, who went to the hospital with a fever of 103.5, had been taking a prescribed antidepressant, phenelzine (Nardil).
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  26. picante
    • 2007 February 27, Daniel J. Wakin, “Met to Add Seven New Productions for 2007-8”, New York Times:
      The Metropolitan Opera will present seven new productions next season, the most since it moved into Lincoln Center in 1966, and intensify its campaign to make opera hot — or at least mildly picante in a media-saturated world.
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  27. ponying
  28. preteenage
    • 2007 February 27, Michael Barbaro, “Gap Closing Chain Aimed at Over-30s”, New York Times:
      So the same chains that had won over the preteenage, teenage and college crowd decided to tackle older women.
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  29. prudency
  30. sonofusion
    • 2007 February 27, Kenneth Chang, “Practical Fusion, or Just a Bubble?”, New York Times:
      Dr. Putterman’s approach is to use sound waves, called sonofusion or bubble fusion, to expand and collapse tiny bubbles, generating ultrahot temperatures.
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  31. stagings
    • 2007 February 27, Daniel J. Wakin, “Met to Add Seven New Productions for 2007-8”, New York Times:
      In an interview on Monday about his future plans, the Met’s general manager, Peter Gelb, said he was pressing forward with his strategy of bringing in co-productions of new stagings from other houses, effectively adopting the out-of-town tryout system of Broadway.
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  32. stewpot
    • 2007 February 27, Michael Wines, “Song Wakens Injured Pride of Afrikaners”, New York Times:
      Or are they South Africans first and foremost— 2.5 million whites in a stewpot of 4.5 million whites among 47.5 million people — and Afrikaners second, or third?
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  33. superheavyweight
    • 2007 February 27, Lynn Zinser, “Former Olympian Adds a Harrowing Tale to List”, New York Times:
      He handed Karelin the only defeat of his 13-year international career, winning by 1-0 in the gold medal match of the Greco-Roman superheavyweight division.
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  34. superhot
    • 2007 February 27, Kenneth Chang, “Practical Fusion, or Just a Bubble?”, New York Times:
      The tricky part is heating the atoms to the millions of degrees needed to initiate fusion and keeping the superhot gas confined.
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  35. televises
    • 2007 February 27, Richard Sandomir, “YouTube Has New Fans in League Offices”, New York Times:
      He said that one goal of league arrangements was to give fans “deeper levels of interaction” with the sports, much as ESPN boasts that its hugely popular Web site, ESPN.com , does with viewers of the sports it televises.
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  36. triptans
    • 2007 February 27, Jane E. Brody, “A Mix of Medicines That Can Be Lethal”, New York Times:
      In addition to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors like Zoloft, Prozac and Paxil and serotonin/norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors like Effexor, the list includes tricyclic antidepressants and MAOIs (for monoamine oxidase inhibitors); narcotic painkillers like fentanyl and tramadol; over-the-counter cough and cold remedies containing dextromethorphan; the anticonvulsant valproate; triptans like Imitrex used to treat and prevent migraines ; the antibiotic Zyvox (linezolide); antinausea drugs; the anti-Parkinson’s drug L-dopa; the weight-loss drug Meridia (sibutramine); lithium; the dietary supplements tryptophan, St. John’s wort and ginseng; and several drugs of abuse, including ecstasy, LSD, amphetamines, the hallucinogens foxy methoxy and Syrian rue.
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  37. underfinancing
    • 2007 February 27, Winnie Hu, “In New Jersey, Districts Find Aid Increases Insufficient”, New York Times:
      Still, Lynne Strickland, executive director of the Garden State Coalition of Schools, which represents more than 150 school districts, said that education officials had taken the first steps toward “course-correcting” what she called the practice of underfinancing school districts.
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  38. uneagerly
    • 2007 February 27, Kelefa Sanneh, “Rappers Find That a Small Label Can Have Its Uses”, New York Times:
      And in 2004, when the members of Goodie Mob tried to persevere without their de facto frontman, Koch Records released their uneagerly anticipated fourth album, “One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show.”
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  39. unhip
    • 2007 February 27, Kelefa Sanneh, “Rappers Find That a Small Label Can Have Its Uses”, New York Times:
      In the 1990s Koch established itself as a scrappy and unpretentious record label with an unhip but steady-selling roster that ranged from budget-price reissues to children’s music.
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  40. unornamented
    • 2007 February 27, Jennifer Dunning, “Fanciful in La Mancha: Cheeky Young Lovers”, New York Times:
      Though clearly capable of the usual fireworks, Mr. Vasiliev and Ms. Osipova made pure, unornamented classical dancing exciting.
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  41. unscarred
    • 2007 February 27, Alessandra Stanley, “One Man’s Survival Story Becomes a Rallying Cry”, New York Times:
      Mr. Woodruff asks the soldier if he remembers what happened to him in Iraq, but Sergeant Glass is staring at Mr. Woodruff’s smooth cheek and unscarred brow.
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  42. valproate
    • 2007 February 27, Jane E. Brody, “A Mix of Medicines That Can Be Lethal”, New York Times:
      In addition to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors like Zoloft, Prozac and Paxil and serotonin/norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors like Effexor, the list includes tricyclic antidepressants and MAOIs (for monoamine oxidase inhibitors); narcotic painkillers like fentanyl and tramadol; over-the-counter cough and cold remedies containing dextromethorphan; the anticonvulsant valproate; triptans like Imitrex used to treat and prevent migraines ; the antibiotic Zyvox (linezolide); antinausea drugs; the anti-Parkinson’s drug L-dopa; the weight-loss drug Meridia (sibutramine); lithium; the dietary supplements tryptophan, St. John’s wort and ginseng; and several drugs of abuse, including ecstasy, LSD, amphetamines, the hallucinogens foxy methoxy and Syrian rue.
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