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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-16 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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103324 tokens ‧ 73116 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9530 types ‧ 48 (~ 0.504%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-03-16[edit]

  1. amoebalike
  2. archivally
    • 2007 March 16, The New York Times, “Theater Listings”, New York Times:
      Otherwise, this archivally exact production, directed by Bob Avian, feels like a vintage car that has been taken out of the garage, polished up and sent on the road once again (2:00).
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  3. bachata
    • 2007 March 16, Ben Ratliff, “Latin Rock Reconvenes, and It Means Business”, New York Times:
      In its cover of the old Mexican ranchera “El Rey” (“The King”), the group switched from a ranchera two-beat to reggae-rock, then to a straight four-four new-wave; in the new song “Bendita tu Luz” (“You’re Blessed With Light”) it played a modified version of Dominican bachata.
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  4. bylined
    • 2007 March 16, Wayne Arnold, “Neighbor Leaves Singapore Short of Sand”, New York Times:
      The article was a bylined column by Vikram Khanna, associate editor; it was not an editorial representing the views of the newspaper.
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  5. carnitas
  6. cleantech
  7. coloristic
    • 2007 March 16, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      DOMINIC DUVAL (Sunday) Mr. Duval, a bassist active in free-jazz circles, presents a quartet with the violinist Gregor Hubner, the cellist Thomas Ulrich and the pianist Yuko Fujiyama; in the next set he performs duets with Ivo Perelman, a coloristic yet often fearsome Brazilian saxophonist.
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  8. externs
  9. favrile
    • 2007 March 16, Roberta Smith, “Between the Precise Layers, a Cultural Narrative”, New York Times:
      In “Locus Auratus” and “Port of Saints,” Mr. Taaffe revisits motifs he has used before, specifically the undulating waves from Bridget Riley’s Op Art paintings, deployed here in gold across fields of Islamic fretwork patterns, with results that suggest opulent flags or Tiffany’s favrile glass.
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  10. flexibilities
  11. frontside
    • 2007 March 16, Matt Higgins, “For Snowboarders, Style Still Trumps Spins”, New York Times:
      While launching off a jump at a place known as the Pyramid Gap, he became more off-axis than he intended while spinning a frontside 900.
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  12. gameland
    • 2007 March 16, Seth Schiesel, “A Game With New Tricks for an Old System”, New York Times:
      The PlayStation 2 still sells (and likely will for years, given its $130 price tag), but the buzz in gameland has moved on to “next-generation” machines like Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s own more than $500 PlayStation 3, which is packed with so much silicon that it makes its predecessor look like an alarm clock.
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  13. kufi
    • 2007 March 16, William Glaberson, “Manhattan: U.S. Sues State Prison System”, New York Times:
      Last year, a Muslim guard, Abdus Samad N. Haqq, at a work release institution on West 110th Street, filed a lawsuit seeking an order permitting him to wear his kufi, a cap Muslims wear to signal devotion.
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  14. lamplike
    • 2007 March 16, The New York Times, “Art Listings”, New York Times:
      One of the sculptures that feels fully resolved is “La Mouche” (2007), right, which in its lamplike way resembles all the other pieces, though installed alone in a large, darkened gallery under spotlights.
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  15. leatherlike
  16. longeurs
  17. louds
  18. megayachts
    • 2007 March 16, Nick Kaye, “AtlanticA”, New York Times:
      DETAILS On the island’s northern coast near the town of Luperon, this project covers more than 1,400 acres and will have an airport for private jets and docks capable of accommodating megayachts.
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  19. methedrine
    • 2007 March 16, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      ‘ROCK BOTTOM’ (No rating, 75 minutes) This graphic documentary by Jay Corcoran is a strong, scary examination of the crystal methedrine epidemic among gay men in New York.
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  20. microcarving
  21. microenterprise
    • 2007 March 16, Elisabeth Malkin, “Antonio Ortiz Mena, 99, Mexican Finance Minister in 1960s, Dies”, New York Times:
      While the Inter-American bank concentrated most of its efforts during that time on lending to build Latin American infrastructure projects and heavy industries, Mr. Ortiz Mena also set up the bank’s first financing operations for microenterprise.
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  22. micromanagers
    • 2007 March 16, Robin Finn, “A Weak Hitter, but With the Muscle to Ban Metal Bats”, New York Times:
      Being a colleague of Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn (he considers them both micromanagers in the good sense), has widened his outlook: “I’m not as evolved as she’d like me to be, I still oppose gay marriage, but I agree that gay couples deserve protections.
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  23. midconcert
    • 2007 March 16, Ben Ratliff, “Latin Rock Reconvenes, and It Means Business”, New York Times:
      It also explained the sudden onset of hair-metal guitar solos in the show’s second half, as well as the midconcert, set-piece drum solo by Alex González, the band’s one clear virtuoso.
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  24. monochromatically
    • 2007 March 16, Roberta Smith, “Between the Precise Layers, a Cultural Narrative”, New York Times:
      The monitors are embedded in the surfaces of flat aluminum panels, cut into forms mimicking paint or liquid splatters and painted monochromatically.
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  25. nonpermanent
    • 2007 March 16, Warren Hoge, “U.N. Council Gets New Draft Decree on Iran Nuclear Sanctions”, New York Times:
      The presentation on Thursday was made in response to complaints from the 10 nonpermanent members of the panel that Germany and the five permanent members in the past had labored for weeks in private on a text, only to submit it to the full Council and demand speedy approval.
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  26. overpainted
    • 2007 March 16, Wendy Moonan, “As Asian Art Becomes a Citywide Attraction”, New York Times:
      It is a one-of-a-kind example of Narumi Oribe ware, hand molded with separate sections of red and white clays and overpainted floral motifs.
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  27. overregulation
    • 2007 March 16, Reuters, “Nasdaq Hires Former Ohio Congressman”, New York Times:
      This year President Bush said that too many lawsuits and overregulation were hurting competitiveness in the financial markets. Mr. Oxley and Mr. Greifeld said that they stand by the legislation’s core ideas, but said they wanted to see some changes.
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  28. overscale
    • 2007 March 16, Wendy Moonan, “As Asian Art Becomes a Citywide Attraction”, New York Times:
      That same sale on Tuesday also boasts an overscale jade seal that the Emperor Qianlong commissioned in the 1790s as he prepared to abdicate the throne after 61 years of rule.
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  29. oversubscribed
  30. poplike
    • 2007 March 16, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      EIVIND OPSVIK’S OVERSEAS (Tuesday) Eivind Opsvik is a Norwegian bassist and composer who balances avant-gardism with poplike lyricism, as he best demonstrates in this working band with Tony Malaby on tenor saxophone, Jacob Sacks on piano and Kenny Wollesen on drums.
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  31. ranchera
    • 2007 March 16, Ben Ratliff, “Latin Rock Reconvenes, and It Means Business”, New York Times:
      In its cover of the old Mexican ranchera “El Rey” (“The King”), the group switched from a ranchera two-beat to reggae-rock, then to a straight four-four new-wave; in the new song “Bendita tu Luz” (“You’re Blessed With Light”) it played a modified version of Dominican bachata.
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  32. rotelike
    • 2007 March 16, The New York Times, “Art Listings”, New York Times:
      Their hazy, flickering surfaces mix bits of history (the space race, the civil rights movement, the cold war) with eruptions of weirdly rotelike graphic finesse — the windshield-wiper strokes with which Rauschenberg brought his images to the surface.
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  33. semireliable
  34. serialist
    • 2007 March 16, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      A reformed serialist who pioneered neo-Romanticism in the 1980s and won a Pulitzer Prize for his trouble, he is a colorful figure in and out of his music, writing lush and eclectic pieces, many based on Lewis Carroll (like “In Memory of a Summer Day,” which won the Pulitzer for music in 1980), and, more recently, celebrating sexuality in song cycles like “Gay Life” and “My Favorite Penis Poems.”
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  35. silverwork
    • 2007 March 16, Roberta Smith, “Small White Wonders and Other Delicacies”, New York Times:
      Even more remarkable is a saltcellar base on which African figures wear Western dress, and the twisted, rippling surface of a hemisphere suggests European silverwork, even though four of the ripples are snakes hissing at small dogs crouched below.
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  36. softs
  37. stupalike
    • 2007 March 16, Roberta Smith, “Small White Wonders and Other Delicacies”, New York Times:
      A delightful Indo-Portuguese sculpture dating from the 17th or 18th century depicts Christ as the Good Shepherd, dozing upright atop a slightly stupalike mountain dotted with little sheep whose fleece — incised with tiny grids — makes them look like armadillos.
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  38. supermanagers
    • 2007 March 16, Ben Ratliff, “Latin Rock Reconvenes, and It Means Business”, New York Times:
      Its show at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday — one of two, both sold out — seemed more like the work of a band recently convened by supermanagers in order to be attached to advertising.
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  39. tossable
    • 2007 March 16, Roberta Smith, “Between the Precise Layers, a Cultural Narrative”, New York Times:
      “Cape Sinope,” “Cape Vitus” and “Cape Zephyr” combine grainy images of anamorphic stone faces from several cultures: charcoal-toned images from old archaeology books that modern photography has rendered utterly tossable.
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  40. untraditional
    • 2007 March 16, The New York Times, “Art Listings”, New York Times:
      This majestic show makes a great case for Mr. Wall as the most complete, if traditional, of the untraditional artists who emerged from the turmoil of Conceptual Art. His often immense color transparencies are enthralling visual vehicles, intent on giving pleasure while making a point or two about society, art, history, visual perception, the human animal or all of the above.
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  41. varyingly
    • 2007 March 16, Grace Glueck, “Sorting Through a Trove of European Treasures”, New York Times:
      The roster goes on, with names like van Dyck, Piero di Cosimo, van Ruisdael, Canaletto, Gainsborough, Chardin, Turner and Corot, varyingly arranged by chronology, geography or theme.
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  42. vetoproof
    • 2007 March 16, “Relighting Snuffed Candles”, New York Times:
      The majorities were vetoproof in size, and an override confrontation is just the medicine the administration needs for the hubris it has shown in enshrouding all manner of information.
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  43. wartorn
    • 2007 March 16, The New York Times, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      ‘LIFEBOAT’ (Tonight through Sunday) In 1940 a ship evacuating children and teenagers from wartorn Britain was sunk by a German torpedo.
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  44. whiplike
    • 2007 March 16, Gia Kourlas, “Just Like Life, With Quiet Journeys and Cosmic Whirls”, New York Times:
      The evening concluded with Mr. Taylor’s 1987 “Syzygy,” a feverish dance full of squirming celestial beings propelled, whiplike, into space by Donald York’s score.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. browntech