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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-26 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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79308 tokens ‧ 58123 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7724 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.375%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-03-26[edit]

  1. anthemhood
    • 2007 March 26, Jon Pareles, “A Quirky Voice Now Grounded in R&B”, New York Times:
      “Keep Your Hands Off My Girl” is a foolhardy foray into rap (“The hipsters mean-muggin’ on me all night long”); “Something Else” is a clumsy ode to odd coupledom (“Her daddy’s a lawyer, and mine’s not around/She has good manners, I’m rough all around”); “All Black,” which strains in vain for anthemhood (“Take a look at my life, all black/Take a look at my clothes, all black”), may single-handedly convince the nation’s goths to embrace pastels.
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  2. antireferendum
    • 2007 March 26, Michael Slackman, “As Egypt Votes on Laws, Cynicism Rules the Street”, New York Times:
      As night fell in Tahrir Square, the geographic center of the city, hundreds of riot police officers and plainclothes agents ringed the area because of a planned antireferendum protest.
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  3. backchecking
  4. clubbiness
  5. collagelike
    • 2007 March 26, Claudia La Rocco, “Trying Tricycle and Talk in Dialogue With Viewers”, New York Times:
      After Ms. Moura informed the audience that “this is a conventional dance performance, which means you sit here and watch, and I’m here and I dance,” the solo advanced in a series of stops and starts, accompanied by Beat Halberschmidt’s collagelike score.
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  6. coupledom
    • 2007 March 26, Jon Pareles, “A Quirky Voice Now Grounded in R&B”, New York Times:
      “Keep Your Hands Off My Girl” is a foolhardy foray into rap (“The hipsters mean-muggin’ on me all night long”); “Something Else” is a clumsy ode to odd coupledom (“Her daddy’s a lawyer, and mine’s not around/She has good manners, I’m rough all around”); “All Black,” which strains in vain for anthemhood (“Take a look at my life, all black/Take a look at my clothes, all black”), may single-handedly convince the nation’s goths to embrace pastels.
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  7. dirrt
    • 2007 March 26, Kelefa Sanneh, “Dirrty Girl, Sometimes It’s Hard to Be a Woman”, New York Times:
      The women of Danity Kane and the Pussycat Dolls have won young female fans by embracing dirrt, and some of their dance moves seemed to come straight from that infamous video.
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  8. disruptiveness
    • 2007 March 26, Benedict Carey, “Poor Behavior Is Linked to Time in Day Care”, New York Times:
      With more than two million American preschoolers attending day care, the increased disruptiveness very likely contributes to the load on teachers who must manage large classrooms, the authors argue.
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  9. downcourt
    • 2007 March 26, Viv Bernstein, “Rutgers Saved Season in the Midnight Hour”, New York Times:
      They are there in part because Prince stole the ball and raced downcourt for the winning basket with 20 seconds remaining against the Blue Devils.
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  10. exonerations
    • 2007 March 26, “Costly, Flawed Justice (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      The strongest argument remains the epidemic of exonerations of death row inmates upon post-conviction investigation, including 10 New York inmates freed in the last 18 months from long sentences being served for murders or rapes they did not commit.
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  11. intrasquad
  12. managerially
  13. maneuverings
    • 2007 March 26, Landon Thomas Jr., “New Crop of Books on the Evils of Wall Street Misses Old Standards”, New York Times:
      Along with the deals and intrigue, Mr. Cohan spends considerable time on human foibles, and recycling rumors of a sexual assignation involving Mr. Rohatyn in his office, Mr. Rattner’s real estate maneuverings in Martha’s Vineyard as well as the tax strategies of the current Lazard chief executive, Bruce Wasserstein. Mr. Rohatyn and Mr. Rattner declined to comment.
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  14. megamillions
    • 2007 March 26, “Of Senate Snails and Scriveners”, New York Times:
      Campaign finance reform has progressed in Washington thanks, in part, to fast public posting of candidates’ megamillions on the Internet.
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  15. metallophone
    • 2007 March 26, Vivien Schweitzer, “Bang on a Board: Sophisticated Music for Primitive Instruments”, New York Times:
      The metallophone chimes at the end of each section signal changes in texture and harmony, a cue for the performers that permeates the consciousness of the listener like a reminder not to dwell on one thought or mood for too long.
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  16. minimarts
    • 2007 March 26, Shaila Dewan, “Long Way Home: A ‘Rough South’ Lion Honored in His Old Lair”, New York Times:
      OXFORD, Miss., March 24 — The minimarts in this town are not allowed to sell cold beer, and anyone familiar with Larry Brown or his fiction might reasonably think that he is the reason. Mr. Brown, who grew up in this area, wrote stories with many a compulsive drinker, many a winding road and nary a designated driver.
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  17. misimpression
  18. newspaperland
  19. nonmaterial
    • 2007 March 26, David Carr, “The Circular Firing Squad in California”, New York Times:
      On the second floor, where the opinion pages reside, people argued that a witch-hunting group of reporters had found and exploited a nonmaterial conflict.
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  20. nonparental
    • 2007 March 26, Benedict Carey, “Poor Behavior Is Linked to Time in Day Care”, New York Times:
      “This study makes it clear that it is not just quality that matters,” said Jay Belsky, one of the study’s principal authors, who helped set off the debate in 1986 with a paper suggesting that nonparental child care could cause developmental problems. Dr. Belsky was then at Pennsylvania State University and has since moved to the University of London.
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  21. postconcert
  22. subregionals
  23. takfiris
    • 2007 March 26, Alissa J. Rubin, “Sunni Baghdad Becomes Land of Silent Ruins”, New York Times:
      Militant religious groups, known as takfiris, “have taken these Sunni neighborhoods as bases, which made these areas of military operation,” which stops the delivery of services, said Nasir al-Ani, a Sunni member of Parliament who works on a committee trying to win popular acceptance of the Baghdad security plan.
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  24. underbought
    • 2007 March 26, Jon Pareles, “A Quirky Voice Now Grounded in R&B”, New York Times:
      But “The Chronicles of Life and Death,” from 2004, was a dud, overblown and, not coincidentally, underbought.
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  25. unfuzzy
    • 2007 March 26, Ginia Bellafante, “A Nearly Unbeatable Team and the Man Behind It”, New York Times:
      According to the film the only unfuzzy move Mr. Wooden ever made was to threaten Mr. Walton with a dismissal from practice if he didn’t cut his unkempt, protest-era hair.
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  26. unhungover
  27. untraditional

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