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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-14 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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94535 tokens ‧ 69235 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8591 types ‧ 30 (~ 0.349%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-03-14[edit]

  1. choucroute
    • 2007 March 14, Florence Fabricant, “Stand Back, Pinkberry: Yolato’s Here”, New York Times:
      In the waning days of winter, it deserves a casserole of choucroute piled with sausages or a plate of cured meats and ripe cheeses.
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  2. fittingness
    • 2007 March 14, “It’s Not Up to the Killer (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      He may neither judge the fittingness of society’s death sentence nor dictate our actions — even to express his remorse, however heartfelt.
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  3. forecheck
    • 2007 March 14, Lynn Zinser, “Rangers Let Another Lead Slip Away”, New York Times:
      “The way New York forechecked early, maybe they didn’t forecheck as hard, played a little bit safer in the second.
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  4. forechecked
    • 2007 March 14, Lynn Zinser, “Rangers Let Another Lead Slip Away”, New York Times:
      “The way New York forechecked early, maybe they didn’t forecheck as hard, played a little bit safer in the second.
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  5. halfcourt
  6. hotpots
    • 2007 March 14, Anne Mendelson, “Eat Drink Make Revolution: The Cuisine of Hunan Province”, New York Times:
      Among the characteristic Hunanese traits she points to are a love for smoked foods, a wealth of steamed dishes and hotpots, a preference for hot-salty and hot-sour flavors, and a distaste for sweetness in most savory dishes.
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  7. hyperpolitical
  8. judgeships
    • 2007 March 14, The Associated Press, “Courts to Ask for 67 More Seats”, New York Times:
      The judiciary will ask Congress to add 67 judgeships to work on heavier caseloads.
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  9. kirs
    • 2007 March 14, Florence Fabricant, “Food Calendar”, New York Times:
      On Friday from 6 to 8 p.m., Jerri Banks, the consulting beverage director at Pour, 321 Amsterdam Avenue (75th Street), will demonstrate kirs for tasting, $10: (212) 501-7687.
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  10. latemodel
    • 2007 March 14, Somini Sengupta, “Bangladesh Military Government Holds 40 in Graft Sweep”, New York Times:
      DHAKA, Bangladesh , March 10 — Peering into the heart of its democracy, Bangladesh has found a latemodel Hummer, three golden pheasants, several pet peacocks and piles of money.
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  11. ministate
    • 2007 March 14, Carlotta Gall, “Pakistani Militants Hit Targets Close to Home”, New York Times:
      In Tank, a town close to the lawless tribal area of South Waziristan, where militants have their own Taliban ministate, the police have taken off their uniforms, essentially ceding control to the militants, who now use the town as a logistics supply base, according to one Western diplomat in Pakistan.
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  12. misallocating
    • 2007 March 14, Timothy Williams, “Ex-Leaders of Bronx Charity Avoid Prison in Fraud Case”, New York Times:
      After a two-year investigation by the city’s Department of Investigation, the two men admitted their roles in stealing or misallocating nearly $1.2 million, including an $875,000 payment to a radio network, Air America, that had been concealed from the charity’s board of directors.
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  13. nonconfessions
  14. nonmarried
    • 2007 March 14, Ian Fisher, “Pope Reaffirms View Opposing Gay Marriage and Abortion”, New York Times:
      Over the last few weeks, Vatican leaders, including the pope himself, have spoken out against a law proposed by the government of Prime Minister Romano Prodi , which would expand rights to nonmarried couples, including same-sex couples.
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  15. overcollateralized
    • 2007 March 14, Gretchen Morgenson, “Mutual Funds at Some Risk on Mortgages”, New York Times:
      But the firm is comfortable with the holdings, she said, because they are overcollateralized and very little of the loans are left outstanding.
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  16. overmix
  17. sfingi
    • 2007 March 14, Florence Fabricant, “Food Calendar”, New York Times:
      A dinner to celebrate St. Joseph’s Day, which falls on March 19, will be held on Monday starting at 5:30 p.m. with a five-course menu including sfingi, the traditional cream puffs of the holiday, at Agata & Valentina Ristorante, 1513 First Avenue (79th Street), $55: (212) 452-0691.
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  18. shockvertising
    • 2007 March 14, Stuart Elliott, “Critics to Marketers: Suicide Is No Joke”, New York Times:
      So-called shockvertising, in the form of ads that are deliberately provocative to draw attention to themselves, is becoming increasingly popular.
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  19. stationhouse
    • 2007 March 14, William K. Rashbaum, “Lawyers Call 2 Detectives in Fatal Shooting Most Vulnerable”, New York Times:
      Ronald P. Fischetti, a lawyer who represented an officer convicted in federal court of brutalizing Abner Louima in a Brooklyn stationhouse in 1997, said the state grand jury in the Bell case could determine that Detective Isnora fired when there was no discernible danger, spurring the other officers to shoot.
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  20. superlobbyist
    • 2007 March 14, “Politics, Pure and Cynical”, New York Times:
      Then there was the career United States attorney in Guam who was removed by Mr. Bush in 2002 after he started investigating the superlobbyist Jack Abramoff.
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  21. throughline
    • 2007 March 14, Jacques Steinberg, “Late-Night Friends Taking on Prime Time”, New York Times:
      “The throughline through all these shows,” said Mr. Richter, ticking off a list of favorites similar to those of his two colleagues, but with “Kojak” at the very top, “is that they are all plot, plot, plot.
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  22. underperformance
  23. woodshedded
  24. yeasted

Sequestered[edit]

  1. hydroxybuterate = hydroxybutyrate
  2. lazanaki = lazanki
    • 2007 March 14, Florence Fabricant, “Stand Back, Pinkberry: Yolato’s Here”, New York Times:
      There are also “spoon sweets” — runny preserves — in flavors like cherry with almond ($8 for a two-pound jar), which the Greeks eat with yogurt, and pastas like short, wide lazanaki noodles ($2 a pound ).
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  3. neckware = neckwear