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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-06 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-02).

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93126 tokens ‧ 68463 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8617 types ‧ 45 (~ 0.522%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-03-06[edit]

  1. allicin
    • 2007 March 6, C. Claiborne Ray, “Persistent Foods”, New York Times:
      When the garlic cell membranes are ruptured, an enzyme called allinase is released, allowing the alliin to convert into allicin.
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  2. alliin
    • 2007 March 6, C. Claiborne Ray, “Persistent Foods”, New York Times:
      A. In the case of garlic, an odorless organic compound in the root bulbs, called alliin, undergoes a chemical change when raw garlic is crushed or chewed.
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  3. allinase
    • 2007 March 6, C. Claiborne Ray, “Persistent Foods”, New York Times:
      When the garlic cell membranes are ruptured, an enzyme called allinase is released, allowing the alliin to convert into allicin.
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  4. archaeoastronomer
  5. bioforms
  6. bucs
    • 2007 March 6, The Associated Press, “Backs on Move Include Henry and Green”, New York Times:
      TAMPA BAY SIGNS KEVIN CARTER bucs The free-agent defensive end Kevin Carter signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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  7. compassionless
  8. countertour
    • 2007 March 6, Larry Rohter, “Bush to Set Out Shift in Agenda on Latin Trip”, New York Times:
      But the growing leftward and anti-American trend in regional politics, led by Mr. Chávez — who plans a countertour to coincide with Mr. Bush’s trip — has led to a modified agenda and a renewed effort to rebut complaints by Latin Americans that the president has ignored their concerns in favor of the campaign against terrorism.
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  9. crematoriums
  10. demagogically
    • 2007 March 6, Michiko Kakutani, “When a Leader Missteps, a World Can Go Astray”, New York Times:
      In August 2002, as the current Bush administration was already hurrying toward an invasion, Mr. Brzezinski cautioned that war “is too serious a business and too unpredictable in its dynamic consequences — especially in a highly flammable region — to be undertaken because of a personal peeve, demagogically articulated fears or vague factual assertions.”
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  11. developable
    • 2007 March 6, William Yardley, “Alaskan Bridge Projects Resist Earmarks Purge”, New York Times:
      “The bridge to nowhere is the bridge to the future for our kids,” Mr. Williams said, “because it is developable property and it is available to the borough for families to buy property and build their own home.”
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  12. disinvited
    • 2007 March 6, Jodi Kantor, “Disinvitation by Obama Is Criticized”, New York Times:
      Bill Burton, a spokesman for the Obama campaign, said the campaign disinvited Mr. Wright because it did not want the church to face negative attention. Mr. Wright did however, attend the announcement and prayed with Mr. Obama beforehand.
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  13. dropoff
    • 2007 March 6, Jacques Steinberg, “NBC Names New Chief for News Program”, New York Times:
      Still, in assuming hands-on, day-to-day responsibility for Mr. Williams’s program, Ms. Wallace will be charged with maintaining the program’s lead in the ratings over “World News With Charles Gibson” on ABC for the television season that began last September — while trying to staunch a dropoff in the program’s viewership.
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  14. flippered
    • 2007 March 6, Natalie Angier, “A Toast to Evolvability and Its Promise of Surprise”, New York Times:
      Under its tutelage, early groups of cells made the leap from the sleepy expulsion of oxygen as waste to the aerobic consumption of oxygen to grow at a hastier pace; and groups of single cells learned to pool their talents into multicellular collectives of specialized body compartments that could then go out and hunt other multicellular collectives; and fishy fins became amphibious feet and crept onto the beach, and some land-weary feet changed their mind and flippered back to the sea, while still other limb bones lengthened and found skin flaps for flying, and, hey, this airborne business is pretty handy, let’s rearticulate the forelimbs of three separate lineages and take wing as a pterodactyl, a bird, a bat.
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  15. flukish
  16. graupel
  17. groomee
    • 2007 March 6, Henry Fountain, “The Secret’s in the Neurons”, New York Times:
      But with the Barbary macaque, a monkey found in North Africa and Gibraltar, it’s the groomer rather than the groomee that gets the stress-reduction benefits, according to a study in Biology Letters by Kathryn Shutt of Roehampton University in London and colleagues.
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  18. hitless
  19. hyperdisciplined
    • 2007 March 6, Mark Leibovich, “Clinton Shapes Her Image for ’08 Race”, New York Times:
      It is not easy, though, to humanize a juggernaut, which Mrs. Clinton’s well-financed and hyperdisciplined campaign most certainly is.
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  20. intercorporate
    • 2007 March 6, Sewell Chan, “G.O.P. Unites to Defend Tax Loopholes”, New York Times:
      The first would require corporations that conduct “substantial intercorporate transactions” with affiliates and subsidiaries to file a combined corporate-franchise tax return, rather than separate returns.
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  21. leaderly
  22. mangabey
  23. mangabeys
  24. microgreens
    • 2007 March 6, Karla Cook, “Rethinking the Banquet Menu”, New York Times:
      Don’t look for grass-fed tenderloin of beef, locally grown spring vegetables and a salad of microgreens for lunch or dinner at business conventions.
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  25. nidicolous
  26. noncarbon
    • 2007 March 6, “Letters”, New York Times:
      The fact is, of course, that nuclear energy is the only nonfossil, noncarbon dioxide emitting, environmentally benign technology currently available for large-scale power generation.
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  27. nondisplaced
    • 2007 March 6, The Associated Press, “Hansbrough Likely to Play Despite a Nose Fracture”, New York Times:
      Hansbrough sustained what Coach Roy Williams said Monday was a small nondisplaced fracture when Duke’s Gerald Henderson flagrantly fouled him with 14.5 seconds left in the Tar Heels’ 86-72 victory.
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  28. nonfossil
    • 2007 March 6, “Letters”, New York Times:
      The fact is, of course, that nuclear energy is the only nonfossil, noncarbon dioxide emitting, environmentally benign technology currently available for large-scale power generation.
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  29. nonmarital
    • 2007 March 6, “Letters”, New York Times:
      Surely the clocks of heterosexual men in nonmarital relationships tick just as loudly.
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  30. nonrural
  31. odiferous
    • 2007 March 6, C. Claiborne Ray, “Persistent Foods”, New York Times:
      These highly odiferous compounds produce the characteristic smell of garlic and can be released in the breath as well as by the skin.
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  32. outbuzzed
  33. pirfenidone
  34. poetics
    • 2007 March 6, Michael Kimmelman, “Celebrating the Views That Others Looked Past”, New York Times:
      In the old populist spirit of Walt Whitman, but with a heavy dose of dry-eyed skepticism, they found a fresh kind of poetics in the American everyday.
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  35. precancers
    • 2007 March 6, Denise Grady, “A Vital Discussion, Clouded”, New York Times:
      Hundreds of thousands need painful, nerve-racking medical procedures to remove abnormal cervical growths — precancers and early cancers — caused by HPV.
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  36. rearticulate
    • 2007 March 6, Natalie Angier, “A Toast to Evolvability and Its Promise of Surprise”, New York Times:
      Under its tutelage, early groups of cells made the leap from the sleepy expulsion of oxygen as waste to the aerobic consumption of oxygen to grow at a hastier pace; and groups of single cells learned to pool their talents into multicellular collectives of specialized body compartments that could then go out and hunt other multicellular collectives; and fishy fins became amphibious feet and crept onto the beach, and some land-weary feet changed their mind and flippered back to the sea, while still other limb bones lengthened and found skin flaps for flying, and, hey, this airborne business is pretty handy, let’s rearticulate the forelimbs of three separate lineages and take wing as a pterodactyl, a bird, a bat.
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  37. stripperlike
    • 2007 March 6, Virginia Heffernan, “Empowered? Try Nauseated”, New York Times:
      In the opening montage the Pussycat Dolls are ripped, stripperlike aerobics types who strut in random pole-dancer get-ups meant to suggest fascism, field hockey and Heidi of the Alps.
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  38. superconduct
    • 2007 March 6, Kenneth Chang, “Physicists Remember When Superconductors Were Hot”, New York Times:
      But K. Alex Müller and J. Georg Bednorz at the Zurich laboratory of I.B.M. believed that a ceramic material might be able to superconduct at warmer temperatures.
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  39. tarlike
    • 2007 March 6, Bloomberg News, “Canada: Partnership Buys Pipeline”, New York Times:
      After the Corridor acquisition, the partnership said its lines would carry about half of the production of bitumen from Alberta’s tarlike oil sands.
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  40. turbaned
    • 2007 March 6, Edward Wong, “Baghdad Car Bomb Kills 20 on Booksellers’ Row”, New York Times:
      BAGHDAD, March 5 — The book market along Mutanabi Street was a throwback to the Baghdad of old, the days of students browsing for texts, turbaned clerics hunting down religious tomes and cafe intellectuals debating politics over backgammon.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. underperfomance = underperformance
    • 2007 March 6, Jeremy W. Peters, “Shares Continue to Sink, From Hong Kong to New York”, New York Times:
      “We should expect underperfomance of both U.S. stocks and bonds over the next several months, at least in the absence of a surprising recovery in productivity growth.”
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