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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-23 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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2007-03-23[edit]

  1. alleylike
    • 2007 March 23, Ben Sisario, “Enter Stage Left, With a Ticket”, New York Times:
      “Cats” had spaces on the side of the stage, partly ensconced in the alleylike set.
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  2. antiauthoritarian
    • 2007 March 23, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      Russell Crowe , the actor, is to make his debut as a feature film director with “Bra Boys,” about a tattooed, often violent gang of antiauthoritarian, antisocial surfers in Sydney, the BBC reported. Mr. Crowe recently narrated a documentary about the gang, also titled “Bra Boys,” which is currently No. 4 at the Australian box office.
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  3. antiforeclosure
    • 2007 March 23, Erik Eckholm, “Foreclosures Force Suburbs to Fight Blight”, New York Times:
      Outside Atlanta, Gwinnett and DeKalb Counties have mounted antiforeclosure campaigns while several towns south of Chicago are forcing titleholders to fix up empty houses, or repay the government for doing it.
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  4. archivally
    • 2007 March 23, 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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  5. beadwork
    • 2007 March 23, Grace Glueck, “Lands You Can’t See in a Guidebook”, New York Times:
      His influences range from 19th-century Iroquois beadwork to contemporary techno rave and club culture, he has written, adding that his desire to “act out the role of an explorer depicting an inviting landscape was a reaction to Native tribes being consistently described as part of a nostalgic and romantic vision of pre-colonized Indian life.”
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  6. cardioverter
    • 2007 March 23, John Branch, “Vanderbilt and Player Each Find New Life”, New York Times:
      Nwankwo is unable to run down court lest it activates the implanted cardioverter defibrillator attached to his heart.
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  7. chipsets
  8. clangy
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      This Toronto group plays multitextured instrumentals that veer from clangy turbulence to pastoral, acoustic daydreams.
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  9. codalike
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      There was a codalike aspect to the work, however, that made you wonder: where would Ms. Goldin go from here?
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  10. colorific
    • 2007 March 23, Grace Glueck, “Lands You Can’t See in a Guidebook”, New York Times:
      His wonderfully ornate, colorific abstractions, incorporating beads, thick impasto, pigmented silicone and other relief elements, are inflected by a blobby spill of silvery urethane that breaks through a wall in the gallery to cascade onto the floor, a sardonic attempt to mess up the pristine, white box of the gallery’s space.
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  11. coolheaded
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      In the following set, Mr. Moore, a coolheaded alto saxophonist, investigates hypnotic rhythmic concepts with a quintet that includes the trumpeter Jonathan Finlayson.
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  12. defusers
    • 2007 March 23, Paul Von Zielbauer, “Army Revises Upward Number of Desertions in ’06”, New York Times:
      Noting that the problem with the desertion numbers arises when the service cannot find enough recruits to fill certain crucial specialties like medical experts and bomb defusers Mr. Stewart said, “In the context of their current recruiting problems for certain occupations, these desertion numbers are huge.”
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  13. developable
  14. dianthus
    • 2007 March 23, Patricia Leigh Brown, “The Window Box Gets Some Tough Competition”, New York Times:
      It is a growing movement that originated in Germany and now includes, to name a few, bottlebrush grasses and wild rye atop Chicago City Hall, succulents on the 10-acre roof of Ford’s River Rouge truck plant in Dearborn, Mich., flowering chives and dianthus on the Bronx County building in New York, and, at an office building for the Gap in San Bruno, Calif., a coastal oak savannah landscape.
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  15. feminisms
  16. flutey
    • 2007 March 23, Allan Kozinn, “When a Bird Sings an Aria, You’d Be Wise to Duck”, New York Times:
      Mr. Glass’s music, with its energetic chord patter, flutey arpeggios and brass accenting, is oddly cheerful during the darker parts of this story; Mr. Moran’s is notably less so.
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  17. forgettably
  18. governate
    • 2007 March 23, Michael Slackman, “Defiance in the Pharaoh’s Valley”, New York Times:
      “The president says you are not allowed to remove anyone without providing him with an alternative he agrees to,” said Muhammad Tayeb, head of the local council for the governate of Luxor.
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  19. halfcourt
  20. hatmaker
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      The day concludes with Elsa Kvamme’s 1999 documentary, “Lady With a Hat,” about the Jewish hatmaker and World War II hero May Aubert.
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  21. hommage
    • 2007 March 23, Martha Schwendener, “Modern Dutch Master, but Citizen of the World”, New York Times:
      The most compelling pairing in this room, though, is van Gogh’s “Bedroom” from 1889, the second of three versions he painted of his room in Arles, with Egon Schiele ’s obvious hommage, “The Artist’s Bedroom in Neulengbach,” painted in 1911, in a darker palette and with a perspective tipped precariously toward the viewer.
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  22. huanghuali
    • 2007 March 23, Wendy Moonan, “A Relaxed Approach to Life, Up for Sale”, New York Times:
      Flacks, at 38 East 57th Street, Manhattan, has a small, select group of fine Ming chairs, tables and stools in huanghuali and jumu wood.
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  23. hummable
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      SNOW PATROL, OK GO (Tuesday and Wednesday) Like Coldplay with a more forceful drummer, Snow Patrol, a band from Scotland made up of men mostly from Northern Ireland, joins lovesick melodrama to sharp, hummable hooks.
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  24. impastoed
    • 2007 March 23, Martha Schwendener, “Modern Dutch Master, but Citizen of the World”, New York Times:
      In addition to portraits and genre scenes, there is a generous selection of his landscapes, from a crisply drawn “Fishing Boats on the Beach at Les-Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer,” from 1888, to animated, impastoed late works, like “Entrance of a Quarry” and “Wheatfield Behind St. Paul’s Hospital With a Reaper,” both from 1889.
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  25. involvements
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ ANN LIV YOUNG (Tonight and tomorrow night) Ms. Young would probably have no quarrel with describing her new "Snow White" as lewd, crude and socially unattractive, attributes she cultivates cheerfully in this tale of psychosexual involvements between the heroine, her Prince and the Evil Stepmother.
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  26. jabberwocky
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      But Robyn Hitchcock, who emerged in the late 1970s with the Soft Boys, has an irrepressible jabberwocky side, and in front of an audience he is a hilarious monologuist-improviser.
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  27. jumu
    • 2007 March 23, Wendy Moonan, “A Relaxed Approach to Life, Up for Sale”, New York Times:
      Flacks, at 38 East 57th Street, Manhattan, has a small, select group of fine Ming chairs, tables and stools in huanghuali and jumu wood.
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  28. juried
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Spare Times”, New York Times:
      Unlike a juried floral competition, this display features history and information about the seeding, care and biology of the orchid, a plant that has fascinated people since at least 1000 B.C., when it appeared in the writings of Confucius, said Marc Hachadourian, the exhibit’s curator.
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  29. locha
    • 2007 March 23, “New Coin of the Realm”, New York Times:
      It is also reintroducing a coin known as the locha — to be worth one-eighth of a bolívar fuerte — which last circulated in the 1970s.
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  30. megastate
  31. megastates
  32. midpark
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Spare Times”, New York Times:
      Tomorrow at 1 p.m., “Views From the Past,” the early days of the park, meeting at the Dairy, midpark at 65th Street.
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  33. multitextured
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      This Toronto group plays multitextured instrumentals that veer from clangy turbulence to pastoral, acoustic daydreams.
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  34. nonanimal
  35. paratactic
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Over bare stutters of piano and drums, Brendan Fowler of Barr lets loose an endlessly self-regarding logorrhea, questioning his every thought and instinct in a naked, paratactic melancholy.
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  36. pitchforking
    • 2007 March 23, Stephen Clarke, “No Sex, Please, We’re French”, New York Times:
      His official Web site shows him pitchforking hay on the family farm, and he was recently quoted in the weekly Le Point as saying: “My friends and I aren’t the jet set.
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  37. platystele
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Spare Times”, New York Times:
      The country’s largest curator-organized exhibition, it features more than 8,000 individual flowers, from the platystele, a miniature dotted with tiny blossoms smaller than the head of a pin, to the cattelya, which has a 10-inch flower.
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  38. plumpish
    • 2007 March 23, Robin Finn, “While Clinton Runs, She Minds the Store”, New York Times:
      As the director of New York operations for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton , and her senior adviser on local matters, Ms. Persichilli Keogh, 41, is the petite, plumpish, endlessly reliable organizational whiz and fixer-upper who keeps Senator Clinton’s New York City headquarters on the ball and on message.
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  39. preshow
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Theater Listings”, New York Times:
      Aldo Perez, the show’s creator and star, is Renaldo The, whom audience members (munching free popcorn handed out preshow) first see in a movie clip.
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  40. prunella
    • 2007 March 23, Patricia Leigh Brown, “The Window Box Gets Some Tough Competition”, New York Times:
      Mr. Scollan personally raised the prunella from seed, hand-collected in Point Reyes, starting with a couple of hundred that, in less than a year, have generated more than 200,000 plants.
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  41. reshufflings
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ MENOMENA, FIELD MUSIC (Wednesday) Menomena, from Portland, Ore., uses a homemade computer program to help write songs, resulting in shufflings and reshufflings that keep otherwise standard indie-arty elements — meandering piano, sensual electronics and plain, mournful vocals — playful and fresh.
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  42. sancai
    • 2007 March 23, Wendy Moonan, “A Relaxed Approach to Life, Up for Sale”, New York Times:
      The largest is a proud sancai horse glazed in white, green and creamy browns with white polka dots on its hide and frog medallions hanging off its ceremonial harness.
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  43. semiconsciously
    • 2007 March 23, William Grimes, “Diagnosis as Art, Not Rocket Science”, New York Times:
      The doctor instantly and semiconsciously assimilates the relevant data, compares it with past cases and comes to a decision.
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  44. shales
    • 2007 March 23, Patricia Leigh Brown, “The Window Box Gets Some Tough Competition”, New York Times:
      As on all large green roofs, the soil is not dirt exactly but a gravel-like growing medium of granulated pumice, shales, clays and other minerals.
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  45. sketchlike
  46. snowmaking
    • 2007 March 23, Wendy Knight, “Ski Resort Chic in the Mountains of Quebec”, New York Times:
      Second-home owners are drawn by the ski resort, which Intrawest bought in 1991 and expanded, adding a gondola, new lifts, improved snowmaking and the pedestrian village.
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  47. stageside
    • 2007 March 23, Ben Sisario, “Enter Stage Left, With a Ticket”, New York Times:
      And in what could be the highlight of the evening or its most uncomfortable moment (or both), a stageside seat also offers a chance to see a frenzied teenage sex scene, including some frenzied body parts — the actors range in age from 16 to 24 — in revealing proximity.
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  48. superhip
    • 2007 March 23, Virginia Heffernan, “Welcome Inside the Factory Where TV Is Made and Sold”, New York Times:
      Instead Mr. Black is determined to make “Acceptable TV” (the low-ceiling word “acceptable” is meant to evoke the bland, tame material that makes it through committee judging processes) seem like some superhip collaboration between himself and You — the You, that is, that he and his conferees have set free from Time magazine and YouTube, just as his character set free the rocking kids in “School of Rock.”
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  49. unornamented
    • 2007 March 23, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      Preservationists are battling to save the Rudolph building, whose somewhat ornate exterior ran counter to the then-prevailing Modernist preference for unornamented exterior glass walls.
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  50. unstaged
    • 2007 March 23, Allan Kozinn, “When a Bird Sings an Aria, You’d Be Wise to Duck”, New York Times:
      But that was in 1985, and it took until Tuesday evening for this chamber opera to have a New York performance: an unstaged concert version at Alice Tully Hall by the Collegiate Chorale, with help from the Orchestra of St. Luke’s and Michael Riesman, Mr. Glass’s house conductor.
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  51. untraditional
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery 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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  52. zapote

Sequestered[edit]

  1. cattelya = cattleya
    • 2007 March 23, The New York Times, “Spare Times”, New York Times:
      The country’s largest curator-organized exhibition, it features more than 8,000 individual flowers, from the platystele, a miniature dotted with tiny blossoms smaller than the head of a pin, to the cattelya, which has a 10-inch flower.
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  2. misbuckled
    • 2007 March 23, Robin Finn, “While Clinton Runs, She Minds the Store”, New York Times:
      IT is hardly a shocker that Karen Persichilli Keogh’s rimless eyeglasses are askew and that she has misbuckled the belt holding up the bottom half of her pinstripe pantsuit.
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