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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-08 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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107894 tokens ‧ 79459 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9519 types ‧ 46 (~ 0.483%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-03-08[edit]

  1. bimah
  2. cameraless
    • 2007 March 8, Roberta Smith, “A Rarely Seen Side of a Rauschenberg Shift”, New York Times:
      Crossing cameraless photomontage with paperless collage in a manner both improvisatory and mechanical, the transfer technique perfectly suits the time-capsule character of these works.
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  3. conjurings
    • 2007 March 8, Roberta Smith, “A Rarely Seen Side of a Rauschenberg Shift”, New York Times:
      Such offhand conjurings — a Johns-like target in the drawing devoted to the astronauts for example — seem to say that anything you can do, I can do easier.
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  4. corydalis
    • 2007 March 8, Jessica Kowal, “Trying to Preserve a Beloved Botanical Gem”, New York Times:
      They strolled through its woodland garden, marveling at hellebores with black flowers, electric blue corydalis and silvery cyclamen that they could buy in the Heronswood nursery.
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  5. duncey
    • 2007 March 8, Virginia Heffernan, “Too Bad There’s No Credit for Lunch and Recess Here”, New York Times:
      And yet there’s something fishy — fishier, I mean, than usual with game shows — about this Fox hit, on which duncey adults match wits, sort of, with children.
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  6. geezerdom
  7. hedera
    • 2007 March 8, Michelle Slatalla, “The Sculptor in the Garden Needn’t Wait for Spring”, New York Times:
      A wide variety of plants to grow on the rabbits, snails and frogs is available at Marysplantfarm.com , which has a downloadable catalog offering more than 50 types of hedera helix (ivy) starting at $2.50 a pot.
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  8. hederas
    • 2007 March 8, Jan Benzel, “Philadelphia Calls Off Winter for a Week”, New York Times:
      The American Ivy Society hewed closely to the theme, exhibiting only hederas that come from Ireland or have an Irish name.
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  9. hellebores
    • 2007 March 8, Jessica Kowal, “Trying to Preserve a Beloved Botanical Gem”, New York Times:
      They strolled through its woodland garden, marveling at hellebores with black flowers, electric blue corydalis and silvery cyclamen that they could buy in the Heronswood nursery.
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  10. importunings
    • 2007 March 8, “The Gonzales Eight”, New York Times:
      Two of the fired prosecutors testified that they had been dismissed after resisting what they suspected were importunings to use their offices to help Republicans win elections.
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  11. kiddush
  12. megaprimary
    • 2007 March 8, “Super-Sized Tuesday”, New York Times:
      Rich Bond, the former chairman of the Republican National Committee, got it right recently when he told The Boston Globe that this megaprimary would be “a de facto national primary,” which would be “insane.”
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  13. milonga
    • 2007 March 8, Jon Pareles, “Songs of Love and Science”, New York Times:
      Along with his own songs, he played Radiohead’s “High and Dry” (reset to a South American rhythm, a milonga) and the Brazilian songwriter Arnaldo Antunes’s “Disneylandia.” Mr. Drexler plucked light, firm syncopations on his guitar and sang in the kind of high, sweet tenor that often seems to go with pop intellectualism.
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  14. multitiered
    • 2007 March 8, Lynnley Browning, “Some Lawyers Urge More Safeguards on Rights in Corporate Fraud Cases”, New York Times:
      Another former federal prosecutor, William M. Sullivan Jr., who is now a criminal defense lawyer at Winston & Strawn, said in a statement to the committee that “rather than eliminating waiver requests, the McNulty memorandum provides a multitiered procedure for requesting business entities to disclose protected materials.”
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  15. noncash
    • 2007 March 8, Reuters, “Cirrus Logic Chief Resigns Over Options”, New York Times:
      Cirrus also said it expected to record $22 million to $24 million in additional noncash, stock-based compensation expense as a result of restatements covering certain periods of the 2001 through 2006 fiscal years and the first quarter of the 2007 fiscal year.
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  16. nongreasy
    • 2007 March 8, Anna Jane Grossman, “The New Niche: Hair Care for Men Without”, New York Times:
      There is also Mission: Control Bald Head Balm, a creamy, nongreasy S.P.F. 15 sunscreen, introduced last year by Sharps (one of the first non-scalp-specific toiletry companies to market a product for bald heads in the same line as products for hair care), and an S.P.F. 25 Complete Head Care Lotion from the new scalp-care brand Matte for Men. HeadShade S.P.F. 15 is a sunblock spritz by HeadBlade, a California-based company that sells products at CVS and Kmart, among other stores.
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  17. nonlabor
    • 2007 March 8, Hal R. Varian, “The Future of Leisure That Never Arrived”, New York Times:
      Though the average hours at work have certainly decreased in the last century, it doesn’t necessarily follow that leisure has increased, since nonlabor time is not necessarily leisure.
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  18. nonleague
    • 2007 March 8, Pete Thamel, “West Virginia Employs Long Ball to Make Case”, New York Times:
      The Mountaineers’ only out-of-conference loss was against Arkansas, but West Virginia’s nonleague schedule was littered with soft opponents like Slippery Rock, Mount St. Mary’s and Savannah State.
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  19. overspeeding
    • 2007 March 8, Seth Mydans, “Survivors Describe Horror of Plane Crash in Indonesia”, New York Times:
      The air force commander at the airport in Yogyakarta, First Air Marshal Benyamin Dandel, told the Detikcom news Web site, “The plane was too fast or overspeeding, so it ran about 300 meters off the runway.”
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  20. phentermine
    • 2007 March 8, The Associated Press, “Positive Drug Test Brings 10-Game Ban for Hunter”, New York Times:
      Detroit Pistons guard Lindsey Hunter was suspended 10 games without pay by the National Basketball Association yesterday after testing positive for phentermine, a banned substance primarily used for weight loss.
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  21. preteenage
  22. reorchestrated
  23. rescoring
  24. scandens
    • 2007 March 8, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      Or you might stretch out a bit with cup-and-saucer vine, Cobaea scandens, a tropical perennial grown as an annual in most of the United States.
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  25. semicouture
    • 2007 March 8, Zarah Crawford, “Floating on an Air of Indulgence”, New York Times:
      When Bruno Frisoni took over as the label’s creative director in 2004, he decided not to simply plunder the archives, but to reinterpret the Vivier aesthetic, giving it a contemporary edge while preserving the slightly anachronistic air of semicouture luxury.
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  26. sensorama
    • 2007 March 8, Jan Benzel, “Philadelphia Calls Off Winter for a Week”, New York Times:
      You go because you need a lift in a dreary season, because you have had it with winter and are drumming your fingers in anticipation of spring, impatient to get into your garden if you’re a gardener, and even if you’re not, glad for the diversion of the annual sensorama.
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  27. serenaders
  28. snakeskin
    • 2007 March 8, Zarah Crawford, “Floating on an Air of Indulgence”, New York Times:
      Here, V.I.P. clients come to commission custom-made shoes, like a green snakeskin stiletto sprouting raggedy, red voile roses so huge that, given the flexibility, their wearer could with a few high kicks, do the dusting before heading out ($7,900).
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  29. softwear
    • 2007 March 8, David Colman, “Slim Suits: The Attraction Is Physical”, New York Times:
      As daunting as the new silhouette may be to middle of the roaders, most men will want to upgrade their softwear or risk being left behind.
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  30. spagoers
    • 2007 March 8, Stephanie Rosenbloom, “Masseuse or Masseur, Sir?”, New York Times:
      It will come as no surprise to spagoers that the majority of people trained to care for and touch clients’ bodies are women.
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  31. steeplechaser
    • 2007 March 8, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      The newcomer is Anthony Famiglietti, an Olympic steeplechaser in 2004.
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  32. strobelike
    • 2007 March 8, Roberta Smith, “A Rarely Seen Side of a Rauschenberg Shift”, New York Times:
      The results dazzle; in a flickering, almost strobelike effect, images seem to rise to the surface like memories through a scrim — or through the static of a television set.
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  33. synthetics
    • 2007 March 8, Elaine Louie, “A Buff New Look Takes the Court”, New York Times:
      But beyond style, the new outfits are supposed to be more functional. Mr. George and some of the athletes say that because the jersey is body-fitting and made of two synthetics, Sphere and Dri-FIT, it will better wick out moisture.
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  34. tipoff
    • 2007 March 8, Joe Lapointe, “St. John's Return Ends Quickly”, New York Times:
      The scoring in last night’s game began early with a resounding dunk by the guard Dominic James of Marquette on the first possession, five seconds after tipoff.
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  35. unhirsute
    • 2007 March 8, Anna Jane Grossman, “The New Niche: Hair Care for Men Without”, New York Times:
      The response is a booming market of products being developed and sold specifically to the unhirsute — a new front in the nearly $5 billion onslaught of male grooming products in the United States.
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  36. unholsters
    • 2007 March 8, Charles Herold, “A Sexy Witch, Zombies and Death: Who Needs a Story?”, New York Times:
      She also hits zombies with her fists rather than the gun, which means that when you want to go from punching to shooting, there is a pause while she unholsters her weapon.
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  37. wearability
    • 2007 March 8, Ben Brantley, “Howl? Nay, Express His Lighter Purpose”, New York Times:
      It’s not that they help define character, but they have an unobtrusive stylishness that incorporates current key trends (pegged pants, slim jackets, earth tones) without sacrificing wearability.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. roaders
    • 2007 March 8, David Colman, “Slim Suits: The Attraction Is Physical”, New York Times:
      As daunting as the new silhouette may be to middle of the roaders, most men will want to upgrade their softwear or risk being left behind.
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