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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-27 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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99688 tokens ‧ 74008 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9204 types ‧ 55 (~ 0.598%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-03-27[edit]

  1. anticompetitive
    • 2007 March 27, Linda Greenhouse, “Justices Hear Arguments About Pacts on Pricing”, New York Times:
      Rather, any challenge to an agreement between a manufacturer and retailer to forbid discounting would be subject to the “rule of reason,” a familiar concept in antitrust law under which courts evaluate the anticompetitive effects of a marketing restriction case by case.
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  2. antimilitary
    • 2007 March 27, Patrick Healy, “Mindful of Past, Clinton Cultivates the Military”, New York Times:
      It is also part of an effort to shed the image some voters hold of her as an antimilitary liberal, defined by her opposition to the Vietnam War and, now, by her criticism of the Bush administration’s conduct of the war in Iraq.
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  3. botox
  4. calorically
    • 2007 March 27, Jane E. Brody, “You Are Also What You Drink”, New York Times:
      The panel emphasized the need for children and teenagers to drink more milk and fewer calorically sweetened beverages.
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  5. concierging
    • 2007 March 27, Campbell Robertson, “In the City, It’s Super: The Power to Suggest”, New York Times:
      All of the free restaurant- and theatergoing is one of the perks of concierging (apparently, it is also used as a verb), though it is, in a sense, voluntary homework.
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  6. coxsackie
  7. dermatomyositis
  8. downcourt
  9. hitless
  10. kewpie
    • 2007 March 27, Stephen Holden, “The Story of a Creative Duo, Told Through Their Songs”, New York Times:
      Mr. Nadler, a hyperkinetic piano man, and Ms. Sullivan, an eternal kewpie doll with a sly sense of humor and a real voice, plunge into it with the verve of a latter-day Mickey and Judy.
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  11. linebacking
  12. microprocessing
    • 2007 March 27, David Barboza, “Intel to Build Advanced Chip-Making Plant in China”, New York Times:
      Intel officials say they will not produce the company’s core technology here, the powerful microprocessing chips that are at the heart of modern PCs and servers.
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  13. midstride
    • 2007 March 27, David Gonzalez, “For Smaller Fighters of H.I.V., Weapons Dwindle”, New York Times:
      A small group of women here have taken on another problem ravaging the area: H.I.V. They hit the streets and stores twice a week dispensing condoms and advice about protected sex while urging people to get tested for the virus that causes AIDS. It is hard work, stopping other women in midstride to ask them about how they protect themselves behind closed doors.
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  14. multispecialty
  15. myositis
  16. nonathletes
    • 2007 March 27, Karla Cook, “Runs, Hits and Calories”, New York Times:
      The same goes for the business traveler looking to build or maintain a career, said Ms. Carlson, who has also consulted for nonathletes.
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  17. noncola
    • 2007 March 27, Jane E. Brody, “You Are Also What You Drink”, New York Times:
      The American Academy of General Dentistry says that noncola carbonated beverages and canned (sweetened) iced tea harm tooth enamel, especially when consumed apart from meals.
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  18. noncompete
    • 2007 March 27, The Associated Press, “Executive Tells of Odd Payouts to Hollinger”, New York Times:
      In 1999, Community Newspaper Holdings bought a group of newspapers for almost $433.8 million, with $50 million of that set aside for noncompete payments, Mr. Reed testified.
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  19. noncompetition
  20. nonfire
  21. nonfunctioning
  22. nonperformer
  23. nonyellow
  24. outsprinting
    • 2007 March 27, Christopher Clarey, “Swimming Worlds Are a Multitasker's Paradise”, New York Times:
      It was a good night for American-based Africans, with the imposing South African Roland Schoeman, who lives in Arizona, outsprinting Ian Crocker of the United States to successfully defend his world title in the 50 butterfly in 23.18 seconds.
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  25. overemphatic
  26. overfished
    • 2007 March 27, Henry Fountain, “One Solid Herbicide”, New York Times:
      Coral reefs are generally considered to be overfished, however, and a new analysis shows just how bleak the situation is.
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  27. photopolymerizable
    • 2007 March 27, Henry Fountain, “One Solid Herbicide”, New York Times:
      Douglas C. Neckers, who specializes in the synthesis of what are called photopolymerizable compounds, first thought about Roundup decades ago when he served as a consultant in a patent infringement case involving the chemical.
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  28. preachings
  29. prematch
  30. preshift
    • 2007 March 27, The Associated Press, “Pennsylvania: Negligence Is Cited in Deadly Mine Explosion”, New York Times:
      The R&D Coal Company did not ensure adequate ventilation, safe blasting practices or proper preshift safety checks at the mine, Buck Mountain Slope, directly contributing to the Oct. 23 death of Dale Reightler, 43, a veteran miner, federal officials said.
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  31. pretheater
    • 2007 March 27, Campbell Robertson, “In the City, It’s Super: The Power to Suggest”, New York Times:
      Though the 50 or so diners in the back room of the Palm’s West 50th Street branch in Manhattan looked like any random sample of humanity, they represented far more — in fact, they were the key figures standing between the restaurant and the couple visiting from Phoenix who want a little pretheater dinner advice, or the weary businessman just hoping for a decent, expense-account steak.
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  32. reclose
  33. rehospitalizations
    • 2007 March 27, Nicholas Bakalar, “Optional Caesareans Carry Higher Risks, Study Finds”, New York Times:
      Caesarean sections performed without a medical reason result in longer hospital stays, higher costs and more than twice as many rehospitalizations as vaginal deliveries, a new study reports.
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  34. rehospitalized
  35. restructures
    • 2007 March 27, The Associated Press, “HealthSouth to Sell Surgery Division”, New York Times:
      BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 26 (AP) — HealthSouth , the rehabilitation chain, said Monday that it had agreed to sell its surgery division for about $920 million in cash plus a stake in the resulting business, its second major divestiture this year as it restructures after a major financial scandal.
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  36. snakeskin
    • 2007 March 27, John Schwartz, “In the Lab: Robots That Slink and Squirm”, New York Times:
      ԠThe robot lies dissected on the black slab of a lab table, its silicone rubber exterior spread and flattened like a trophy snakeskin.
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  37. snatchings
  38. splotched
  39. squishable
    • 2007 March 27, John Schwartz, “In the Lab: Robots That Slink and Squirm”, New York Times:
      The researchers see the potential to use the squishable, relatively simple creations to find land mines, repair machinery in hard-to-reach spots and even diagnose and treat diseases.
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  40. supersimple
  41. synchro
  42. untraditional

Sequestered[edit]

  1. biophotoresist
    • 2007 March 27, Henry Fountain, “One Solid Herbicide”, New York Times:
      Admittedly, Dr. Neckers said, the biophotoresist idea is a little far out, but now that his team has proved that the compounds can be made, other researchers can come up with applications.
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  2. hornworm
    • 2007 March 27, John Schwartz, “In the Lab: Robots That Slink and Squirm”, New York Times:
      The project, part of a wave of interest in life-imitating robotics, is a collaboration of seven Tufts faculty members from five departments in the schools of engineering and arts and sciences. Dr. Trimmer comes from the field of neurobiology, where he has been studying the tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta, since 1990.
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  3. jheri = Jheri curl
    • 2007 March 27, Howard W. French, “Homeowner Stares Down Wreckers, at Least for a While”, New York Times:
      Between frenzied telephone calls to reporters and city officials, Ms. Wu, who stood at the center of the crowd with her brother, a 6-foot-3 decorative stone dealer who wore his brown hair in jheri curls, stated her case with a slightly different spin.
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