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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-02-28 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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97292 tokens ‧ 71448 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8544 types ‧ 43 (~ 0.503%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-02-28[edit]

  1. arborio
    • 2007 February 28, Florence Fabricant, “Food Calendar”, New York Times:
      A tasting of risottos prepared with different rices — including arborio, carnaroli and vialone nano — will be on the menu, at $45 a person: (212) 265-5959.
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  2. carnaroli
    • 2007 February 28, Florence Fabricant, “Food Calendar”, New York Times:
      A tasting of risottos prepared with different rices — including arborio, carnaroli and vialone nano — will be on the menu, at $45 a person: (212) 265-5959.
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  3. cavalierness
    • 2007 February 28, Floyd Norris, “Wall St. Tumble Adds to Worries About Economies”, New York Times:
      “You’ve got a certain cavalierness about market-driven economic signals from the new academic-driven Fed,” said Robert Barbera, the chief economist of ITG, an advisory firm.
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  4. clubbiness
    • 2007 February 28, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “Next Step in TXU Deal Is Backdrop of Conference”, New York Times:
      As an illustration of the clubbiness of the private equity business, no private equity firm to date has publicly tried to top an offer from one its rivals.
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  5. genever
    • 2007 February 28, Rob Willey, “Craft Brewers Turn to Whiskey Chasers”, New York Times:
      Its current lineup includes a full-bodied Eastern European-style rye vodka; a rounded, aromatic gin loosely inspired by Dutch genever; and an aquavit.
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  6. groundball
  7. groundfish
  8. groundfisherman
    • 2007 February 28, Ariel Sabar, “Battle in Maine Pits Lobstermen Against Fishermen”, New York Times:
      As his crew hoisted buckets of gray sole and monkfish onto the docks at the Portland Fish Exchange on a recent morning, Mr. Alexander, the groundfisherman, said he never thought he would sell his catch outside the state where his father and grandfather had fished.
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  9. groundfishermen
  10. hamantaschen
    • 2007 February 28, Florence Fabricant, “Food Calendar”, New York Times:
      A workshop for children and adults on making hamantaschen, the triangular pastries that are traditional for Purim, the Jewish feast being celebrated Saturday and Sunday, will be held tomorrow from 1 to 2:15 p.m. at the 92nd Street Y : $30 through 92Y.org , (212) 415-5500.
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  11. intrasquad
  12. janjaweed
  13. maraviroc
    • 2007 February 28, Lawrence K. Altman, “2 New Drugs Offer Options in H.I.V. Fight”, New York Times:
      In two Phase 3 studies sponsored by Pfizer involving 1,049 patients, more than 40 percent of patients who received maraviroc had undetectable levels of virus after 24 weeks of a 48-week study.
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  14. megabrokers
    • 2007 February 28, “Competing in the Money Marathon”, New York Times:
      Mr. Obama may be scoring political points in the reformers’ image race with Senator Hillary Clinton, who lately yielded and agreed to disclose who her fund-raising megabrokers are.
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  15. microbrewing
    • 2007 February 28, Rob Willey, “Craft Brewers Turn to Whiskey Chasers”, New York Times:
      Mr. Medoff, who started House Spirits with Christian Krogstad, a fellow beer veteran, in Portland, in 2005, sees a connection between the exploratory impulse in craft distilling and the disregard for convention that helped define microbrewing.
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  16. microcassette
    • 2007 February 28, Richard G. Jones, “In Secret 1996 Tape, Doomed Woman Pleads With Her Killer”, New York Times:
      “I can tie you up and put you out there,” said a man’s voice recorded on a microcassette in 1996 and played publicly for the first time in State Superior Court here Tuesday.
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  17. monoracial
    • 2007 February 28, Michael Cieply, “Films With Black Stars Seek to Break International Barriers”, New York Times:
      But the film recently opened at No. 1 in a key market, Japan, displacing Mr. Smith’s “Pursuit of Happyness” (from Sony Pictures Entertainment) and putting two films with black stars atop the box office in a largely monoracial country that had has not always been easy for African-American performers.
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  18. negligency
  19. nonalcohol
  20. nonlawyer
    • 2007 February 28, Linda Greenhouse, “Justices Hear Arguments on Autism-Case Dispute”, New York Times:
      The Cleveland Bar Association, in fact, began an investigation of the Winkelmans and another nonlawyer parent who was helping them with their case; the investigation has been put on hold.
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  21. outrighted
  22. provocateurs
    • 2007 February 28, Daniel J. Wakin, “City Opera Lures Director From Paris”, New York Times:
      Gerard Mortier, an iconoclastic impresario and one of the opera world’s premier provocateurs, will become general manager and artistic director of the New York City Opera in 2009.
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  23. prudency
  24. raltegravir
    • 2007 February 28, Lawrence K. Altman, “2 New Drugs Offer Options in H.I.V. Fight”, New York Times:
      The other drug, raltegravir, was developed by Merck, which has said it will apply in the second quarter for approval.
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  25. raviolini
  26. shtreimel
  27. sinkerballer
  28. spaetzle
  29. superdedicated
    • 2007 February 28, Charles Isherwood, “An Audience-Friendly Theatrical Town, Chicago Is”, New York Times:
      These youngsters exude a sense of being superdedicated amateurs who disdain the kind of actorly self-importance that might put up walls between artists and audience.
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  30. ticklishly
    • 2007 February 28, Michael Cieply, “Films With Black Stars Seek to Break International Barriers”, New York Times:
      They hope that a couple of Oscars and a globe-spanning broadcast of the trio’s performance will help overcome any foreign resistance to the musical genre and — more ticklishly — to a nearly all-black cast.
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  31. tressines
    • 2007 February 28, Florence Fabricant, “The Latest Woman to Join a Very Exclusive Club”, New York Times:
      Called les croés (pronounced crow-AY), which means small things or children in local dialect, they come in several shapes, like the little curly toasted tressines, left.
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  32. unmold
  33. unselective
    • 2007 February 28, Alan Finder, “A Fighter for Colleges That Have Everything but Status”, New York Times:
      “I’m preaching the virtues of the unselective small colleges, the ones that are inclusive rather than exclusive,” Mr. Pope said in an interview at his apartment in a retirement community here in the suburbs of northern Virginia.
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