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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-21 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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93179 tokens ‧ 68233 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8628 types ‧ 53 (~ 0.614%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-03-21[edit]

  1. arborio
    • 2007 March 21, “Recipe: Risotto al Barolo”, New York Times:
      1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil 1 medium onion, finely diced 1 1/2 cups arborio rice 1 cup Barolo or other dry red wine 6 cups chicken stock, preferably homemade, or low-sodium, canned 3 tablespoons cold, unsalted butter, cut into small pieces 1/3 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese, more for serving.
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  2. brainwork
  3. carnitas
    • 2007 March 21, Kim Severson, “Tortillas Like Mamá’s, but This Is No Bodega”, New York Times:
      With its bright, wide aisles, agua fresca bar and an expansive selection of hot food like carnitas and even pizza, Rancho Liborio wants to be the go-to store for second- and third-generation shoppers who are attracted to markets like Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s, but want to cook and shop in a store that feels like home.
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  4. celecoxib
    • 2007 March 21, Bloomberg News, “Pfizer Painkiller’s Patent Upheld”, New York Times:
      Teva, the world’s biggest generic drug maker, had sought F.D.A. approval to sell 100-milligram, 200-milligram and 400-milligram doses of celecoxib, the main ingredient in Celebrex.
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  5. drumrolled
    • 2007 March 21, Alessandra Stanley, “In the Arms of Scandal, and Ready to Cha-Cha”, New York Times:
      ABC ruthlessly advertised her disability with promos that zoomed in on her bag of prosthetic limbs and drumrolled the possibility that she would fall on her face. Ms. Mills was more down to earth, saying in interviews that as a person who learned to ski with one leg, she was fairly confident she could hold her own on the dance floor.
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  6. fudgy
    • 2007 March 21, Florence Fabricant, “The Allure of Baked Goods Brings Him Back”, New York Times:
      Seth Greenberg’s Just Desserts offers freshly baked cookies in eight varieties ($40 a pound), mini sticky buns ($38 a dozen), small linzer cookies ($36 a dozen), lemon squares ($34 a dozen) and fudgy brownies without nuts ($28 a dozen) and with nuts ($32 a dozen).
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  7. hashiwokakero
    • 2007 March 21, Martin Fackler, “Inside Japan’s Puzzle Palace”, New York Times:
      Mr. Kaji says he is now negotiating with American publishers to introduce several puzzles to the United States, including hashiwokakero and slitherlink, a popular game in Japan where lines are connected in snakelike shapes around numbers.
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  8. hempseed
  9. howitzerlike
  10. jamlike
  11. ladleful
    • 2007 March 21, “Recipe: Risotto al Barolo”, New York Times:
      Add wine and a ladleful of hot stock and cook, stirring often, until liquid is absorbed.
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  12. linzer
    • 2007 March 21, Florence Fabricant, “The Allure of Baked Goods Brings Him Back”, New York Times:
      Seth Greenberg’s Just Desserts offers freshly baked cookies in eight varieties ($40 a pound), mini sticky buns ($38 a dozen), small linzer cookies ($36 a dozen), lemon squares ($34 a dozen) and fudgy brownies without nuts ($28 a dozen) and with nuts ($32 a dozen).
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  13. luftpauses
    • 2007 March 21, Bernard Holland, “In Two Concerts, a Russian Is a Russian Is a Russian”, New York Times:
      Given Ms. Kern’s swooning luftpauses, rubbery rubato and arbitrary tempo changes, Mr. Lugansky came off as the truer musician. Ms. Kern’s conductor, Vladimir Spivakov, was so palpably confused by her sudden shifts of gear that the first movement very nearly fell apart.
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  14. maduros
  15. masyu
  16. microgreens
    • 2007 March 21, Florence Fabricant, “The Allure of Baked Goods Brings Him Back”, New York Times:
      Lauri Roberts, an entrepreneur in Warwick, R.I., has started a company called Farming Turtles (“I wanted a name that was funny and memorable,” she said) to grow nine kinds of microgreens.
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  17. miserablism
    • 2007 March 21, Manohla Dargis, “Those New Directors Keep on Emerging...”, New York Times:
      Also screening during this first festival week is Andrea Arnold’s “Red Road,” a well-acted slice of British miserablism about a woman out for revenge by any preposterous means necessary.
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  18. moscato
  19. nebbiolo
    • 2007 March 21, Julia Moskin, “It Boils Down to This: Cheap Wine Works Fine”, New York Times:
      Barolo, made entirely from the nebbiolo grape, is a legendary Italian wine; by law, it must be aged for at least three years to soften its aggressive tannins and to transform it into the smooth aristocrat that fetches top dollar on the international wine market.
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  20. noncompete
    • 2007 March 21, Richard Siklos, “Trial Begins for Ex-Chief of Hollinger”, New York Times:
      During his 90-minute opening statement, Mr. Cramer sought to educate the jury about the global newspaper empire Mr. Black built. Mr. Cramer spoke of the web of companies Mr. Black controlled, and the way in which, Mr. Cramer said, Mr. Black misused so-called noncompete agreements to skim millions from the company as it sold more than $3 billion worth of newspapers in the United States and Canada from 1998 to 2001.
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  21. noncompetition
    • 2007 March 21, Richard Siklos, “Trial Begins for Ex-Chief of Hollinger”, New York Times:
      Another e-mail message to Mr. Radler referred to the “splendid conveyance of the noncompetition agreements from which you and I profited so well and deservedly.”
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  22. nonestablishment
    • 2007 March 21, Raymond Bonner, “Ex-Captive in Guantánamo Makes Run for Office in Australia”, New York Times:
      If the fear has been that those released from Guantánamo would return home more radicalized from their experience, Mr. Habib, for his part, has decided to join the establishment, it seems, as a nonestablishment candidate.
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  23. nonparticipation
  24. nurikabe
  25. overprescribe
    • 2007 March 21, Gardiner Harris, “Doctors’ Ties to Drug Makers Are Put on Close View”, New York Times:
      “A doctor who represents a pharmaceutical company will tend to see the data in a slightly more positive light and as a result will overprescribe that company’s drugs.”
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  26. parmigiano
    • 2007 March 21, Julia Moskin, “It Boils Down to This: Cheap Wine Works Fine”, New York Times:
      The final test was a three-way blind tasting of risotto al Barolo, the Piedmontese specialty in which rice is simmered until creamy and tender in Barolo and stock, then whipped with butter and parmigiano.
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  27. piadini
    • 2007 March 21, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      NINO’S BELLISSIMA PIZZA There is a long list of pizzas, a few piadini and a $1,000 pizza with caviar, lobster and such, served by Nino Selimaj: 890 Second Avenue (47th Street), (212) 355-5540.
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  28. predraft
    • 2007 March 21, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      The N.B.A.’s predraft camp is May 28-June 5 in Orlando, Fla., and Davis expects to be there.
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  29. preseasoned
  30. riesling
    • 2007 March 21, Julia Moskin, “It Boils Down to This: Cheap Wine Works Fine”, New York Times:
      I whisked several beurre blancs — the classic white wine and butter emulsion — pouring in a New Zealand sauvignon blanc with a perfume of Club Med piña coladas, an overly sweet German riesling and a California chardonnay so oaky it tasted as if it had been aged in a box of No. 2 pencils.
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  31. semisecular
    • 2007 March 21, “Letters”, New York Times:
      It also reminded me of two old semisecular proverbs I learned growing up in a modest Midwestern neighborhood.
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  32. slitherlink
    • 2007 March 21, Martin Fackler, “Inside Japan’s Puzzle Palace”, New York Times:
      Mr. Kaji says he is now negotiating with American publishers to introduce several puzzles to the United States, including hashiwokakero and slitherlink, a popular game in Japan where lines are connected in snakelike shapes around numbers.
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  33. stuffings
  34. subleased
    • 2007 March 21, Thomas J. Lueck, “A New Home With a Loft (for Hay) and All the Amenities”, New York Times:
      The city had subleased that space in a building occupied by Basketball City, a sporting complex whose managers filed for bankruptcy protection and left Pier 63 in September.
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  35. superbeloved
    • 2007 March 21, Bernard Holland, “In Two Concerts, a Russian Is a Russian Is a Russian”, New York Times:
      On Sunday afternoon at Avery Fisher Hall the Russian National Orchestra played music by Russian Romantics, including a superbeloved Rachmaninoff piece for piano and orchestra.
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  36. swashing
  37. toppers
    • 2007 March 21, Florence Fabricant, “The Allure of Baked Goods Brings Him Back”, New York Times:
      They are called salad toppers, but they have other uses, like garnishing fillets of fish, dressing up sandwiches and wraps, floating on soups and showering on pasta and risotto.
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  38. torrijas
    • 2007 March 21, Mark Bittman, “Spanish for Pain Perdu”, New York Times:
      But nothing prepared me for my first bite of torrijas.
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  39. tribespeople
  40. weisswurst
  41. woodshedded
  42. yuca

Sequestered[edit]

  1. wherefores
    • 2007 March 21, William Grimes, “Spivs, Teddy Boys and Other Less Than Proper Britons”, New York Times:
      The whys and the wherefores elude Mr. Thomas, who seems just as perplexed by the changing nature of British crime as were the judges and the police officers of the time, who tended to blame American films and comic books for everything.
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