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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-17 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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78778 tokens ‧ 57881 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7898 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.304%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-03-17[edit]

  1. antisatellite
    • 2007 March 17, Joseph Kahn, “Despite Buildup, China Insists Its Goals Are Domestic”, New York Times:
      Asked to explain China’s recent firing of an antisatellite missile that successfully destroyed one of China’s own defunct satellites in space, Mr. Wen answered obliquely.
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  2. clunkily
    • 2007 March 17, Jennifer Dunning, “Even if Perceptions Change, Beauty Finds a Way to Remain”, New York Times:
      Set to clunkily familiar music by nine composers, among them Saint-Saëns (“Dying Swan”) and Tchaikovsky (“The Nutcracker”), this 1971 romp finally becomes an out-and-out spoof of ballet with its closing défilé.
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  3. coloristic
  4. conventiongoers
    • 2007 March 17, Jeff Leeds, “Auditioning for the World Stage at an Austin Festival”, New York Times:
      As a result, the festival, which started as a small regional music showcase, and where conventiongoers still gorge on barbecue and beer, has become a passage to the global marketplace.
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  5. dematerialized
    • 2007 March 17, Roberta Smith, “A Short, Intense Career Marked by Vibrant Color”, New York Times:
      Sometime over the next five years Ms. Ramirez will also organize “Hélio Oiticica: The Space of the Senses,” which will address the dematerialized, anti-art efforts for which Oiticica is better known.
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  6. hingelike
  7. microtonally
  8. multiplane
  9. murmurer
    • 2007 March 17, Kelefa Sanneh, “An R&B Star Who Doesn’t Look Like One”, New York Times:
      And maybe “Lost Without U” fits so well on R&B playlists because it’s so reserved: in a genre dominated by loud beats and wailing pleas, Mr. Thicke is a hard-core murmurer.
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  10. noisemaking
    • 2007 March 17, Neil A. Lewis, “‘Purely Political Motives’ in Outing, Ex-Agent Says”, New York Times:
      Her instinctive quiet always seemed more pronounced next to the chronic noisemaking of her husband, the unreticent former diplomat, who was glaringly absent from Friday’s proceedings.
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  11. oxford
  12. parangoles
  13. ponytailed
    • 2007 March 17, Abby Goodnough, “Florida Girls Lift Weights, and Gold Medals”, New York Times:
      ԠShe was an Atlas of the exurbs, hoisting a 210-pound barbell over her ponytailed head and holding it there, arms just barely aquiver, while the high school gymnasium exploded in cheers.
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  14. preretirement
    • 2007 March 17, Damon Darlin, “Some More Numbers to Juggle in Figuring Out Retirement”, New York Times:
      The crux of the economists’ arguments was that financial services companies were overestimating the percentage of preretirement income needed to live well when no longer working.
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  15. scorebook
    • 2007 March 17, John Branch, “Kentucky Wins Battle of Former Champions”, New York Times:
      The freshman Dwight Perry was in the starting lineup for the first time all season only because his name, instead of that of the usual starter Bobby Perry, was inadvertently scribbled into the official scorebook.
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  16. tastemaking
    • 2007 March 17, Jeff Leeds, “Auditioning for the World Stage at an Austin Festival”, New York Times:
      Performers from countries like Australia and Norway have long added an international flair to this tastemaking festival, which is regarded as a supermarket for talent scouts to shop for new acts aiming to break through in America.
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  17. uncute
    • 2007 March 17, Abby Goodnough, “Florida Girls Lift Weights, and Gold Medals”, New York Times:
      At an age when appearance often seals reputations, they squeeze into tight singlets, step on scales while their peers watch and grunt their way through bench presses, clean and jerks and other decidedly uncute moves.
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  18. underinflation
  19. unreticent
    • 2007 March 17, Neil A. Lewis, “‘Purely Political Motives’ in Outing, Ex-Agent Says”, New York Times:
      Her instinctive quiet always seemed more pronounced next to the chronic noisemaking of her husband, the unreticent former diplomat, who was glaringly absent from Friday’s proceedings.
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  20. unsavable

Sequestered[edit]

  1. vibranium: only in Marvel Comics
    • 2007 March 17, Austin Grossman, “Star-Spangled Schlemiel”, New York Times:
      Behind that vibranium shield, behind that kitschy Fourth of July mask, Steve Rogers was still just this art student who got drafted into a special assignment that lasted 65 years.
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