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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-29 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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101390 tokens ‧ 75055 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9154 types ‧ 59 (~ 0.645%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-03-29[edit]

  1. backstroker
    • 2007 March 29, Christopher Clarey, “French Swimmer Stars in Middle Distances”, New York Times:
      MELBOURNE, Australia, Thursday, March 29 — Laure Manaudou was 14 and she had just won a silver medal in the 100-meter backstroke at the 2002 French championships behind Roxana Maracineanu, the world champion backstroker.
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  2. bicoastal
    • 2007 March 29, Anne Raver, “A Garden Miracle: Roses Made Easier”, New York Times:
      This year, with financing from the Manhattan Rose Society and the Metropolitan Rose Council, the Huntington tradition became a bicoastal affair, as Mr. Kordes and Mr. Martin came to New York to join a lively discussion on rose trends at the New York Botanical Garden and the Brooklyn events.
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  3. bifold
    • 2007 March 29, Therese Bissell, “Raw but Welcoming, a Space for Lofty Ideas”, New York Times:
      In renovating the Linden Street building, Sagan Piechota Architecture stripped it to its wood-frame shell and added, along with wood siding infill and a pair of steel bifold doors on the entrance facade, a concrete-block third floor under a roof fitted with photovoltaic panels.
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  4. blandify
    • 2007 March 29, Joyce Wadler, “It’s Not You, It’s Your Apartment”, New York Times:
      It’s fine with me if they want to argue about it; I don’t want to blandify my apartment to make myself generically acceptable.”
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  5. breastroke
    • 2007 March 29, Christopher Clarey, “French Swimmer Stars in Middle Distances”, New York Times:
      Though this has been an upbeat championships for Phelps and the Americans, there was a downbeat note on Thursday when Brendan Hansen, the reigning world champion, withdrew from the 200 breastroke, citing a virus.
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  6. charmlessly
  7. countersuit
    • 2007 March 29, Michael Barbaro, “Bare-Knuckle Enforcement for Wal-Mart’s Rules”, New York Times:
      After Ms. Roehm sued Wal-Mart for wrongful termination, the company disclosed the results of the investigation last week in a detailed and at times salacious countersuit.
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  8. covetable
    • 2007 March 29, Mitchell Owens, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      (Similar chairs, like the one shown here, and other covetable vintage office furniture can be found at Past Present Future, 336 East Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis; 800-801-2523 or pastpresentfuture.net .)
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  9. dateworthy
    • 2007 March 29, Joyce Wadler, “It’s Not You, It’s Your Apartment”, New York Times:
      They are unaware that such seemingly insignificant details as a Klimt poster or harsh overhead lighting are proof to some that they are not dateworthy.
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  10. eplivanserin
    • 2007 March 29, Stephanie Saul, “Merck Cancels Work on a New Insomnia Medication”, New York Times:
      Sanofi-Aventis , which makes Ambien and its long-acting formula, Ambien CR, has another sleeping pill in late-stage development, eplivanserin.
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  11. floribunda
    • 2007 March 29, Anne Raver, “A Garden Miracle: Roses Made Easier”, New York Times:
      He showed off other favorites, like Lion’s Rose, a pale pink floribunda: “no diseases, a lovely shape, the color very nice,” he said.
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  12. forechecker
    • 2007 March 29, Dave Caldwell, “Waiting Wears on a Defenseman”, New York Times:
      He had an operation on his back last June to correct a pinched nerve that had left him almost unable to walk, let alone skate with fury or rub a forechecker into the boards.
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  13. forecheckers
    • 2007 March 29, Dave Caldwell, “Waiting Wears on a Defenseman”, New York Times:
      During a drill Monday, wearing a black jersey and a white helmet, he teamed with Colin White, and then with Brian Rafalski, to shadow forecheckers and whisk the puck out of his own zone.
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  14. freestyler
    • 2007 March 29, Christopher Clarey, “French Swimmer Stars in Middle Distances”, New York Times:
      “He had a really rough night," said Schubert, who said Hansen had been moved out of the room he shared with freestyler Neil Walker and put in a room of his own to avoid infecting other swimmers.
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  15. gaboxadol
    • 2007 March 29, Stephanie Saul, “Merck Cancels Work on a New Insomnia Medication”, New York Times:
      Merck and its Danish partner, H. Lundbeck, announced that a safe and effective sleeping pill had eluded their scientists after years of study, and they canceled their joint product, gaboxadol.
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  16. gallica
  17. gogglers
    • 2007 March 29, Susan Stewart, “Two Innocents Abroad, With TV Cameras in Tow”, New York Times:
      Trapped in the delightful but limiting role of globe-trotting gogglers, they make you wonder if this show shouldn’t have been called “1,000 Places to See Before You Become Interesting.”
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  18. governmentwide
    • 2007 March 29, Michael Wines, “Zimbabwean Leaders Accused of Abducting Opponents”, New York Times:
      Given those power struggles, one Harare political analyst said Wednesday, it is unclear whether the beatings of potential political opponents are a governmentwide strategy or a narrower effort by Mr. Mugabe’s backers to shore up his remaining power.
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  19. groundfish
    • 2007 March 29, Cornelia Dean, “Ransom A. Myers, 54, Dies; Expert on Loss of Fish Stocks”, New York Times:
      Dr. Myers, known as Ram, led a team of scientists who reported in 2003 that 90 percent of the world’s stocks of large fish, open-ocean predators like tuna and swordfish and groundfish like cod and flounder, had been lost to overfishing.
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  20. gymgoers
    • 2007 March 29, Jennifer Bleyer, “Class Is In Session”, New York Times:
      Developed in the 1970s and long popular among professional athletes and physical therapists, the technique is now gaining traction among inflexible runners and gymgoers.
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  21. hagetaka
    • 2007 March 29, Martin Fackler, “Mergers and Acquisitions No Longer Shock Japanese”, New York Times:
      But these deals grab most of the headlines in Japan, where foreigners, and particularly foreign funds, are often viewed as hagetaka, or vultures, that have come to feed on hapless Japanese companies.
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  22. homeowning
  23. housedress
    • 2007 March 29, Eric Wilson, “Somehow It Feels Old Hat”, New York Times:
      “The turban is so mysterious, but it has such a stigma of the old lady not coming out of her housedress all day,” Ms. Leichter said.
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  24. hybridizer
    • 2007 March 29, Anne Raver, “A Garden Miracle: Roses Made Easier”, New York Times:
      Past winners include Peter Beales, the British rosarian; Ralph Moore, the 100-year-old American hybridizer who developed the modern miniature rose; and Viru and Girija Viraraghavan, a husband-and-wife team in India who are bringing heat-tolerant roses to the United States.
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  25. interfactional
  26. jowlies
    • 2007 March 29, Alix Strauss, “Got Crow’s-Feet? Call the Downward Dog”, New York Times:
      Frownies and jowlies are under attack at the Lake Austin Spa Resort in Austin, Texas, where guests are led through a series of 23 facial movements meant to release facial tension, lift droopy mouth corners and iron forehead wrinkles.
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  27. lipo
  28. lophospermum
    • 2007 March 29, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      I was told it was called lophospermum .
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  29. macroecological
  30. miniplug
    • 2007 March 29, David Pogue, “The Sermon on the Tapes”, New York Times:
      The cable you need has stereo RCA jacks (round red and white) that plug into the tape deck’s stereo outputs, and a headphone-style miniplug for the audio input jack on your Mac or PC.
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  31. multibillions
    • 2007 March 29, “Communication in the Face of Terror”, New York Times:
      Admittedly, the envisioned solution is complicated, requiring multibillions of dollars and more than a decade to design and put in place in the 50 states.
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  32. multiforme
  33. nondeaf
  34. nonkosher
    • 2007 March 29, Reuters, “Israel: New Rule for Passover”, New York Times:
      But if cannabis is nonkosher for Passover, it said, “it is apparently kosher the rest of the year.”
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  35. nonwar
    • 2007 March 29, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, “Bush Rules Out Bid by Congress for Iraq Pullout”, New York Times:
      But Democrats also say they intend to pare down some of the nonwar spending in the bill to quiet Republican accusations of pork-barrel politics.
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  36. offputtingly
    • 2007 March 29, Jennifer Dunning, “Sometimes Even Glances Help You Embrace Shape and Space”, New York Times:
      Sally Silvers, a veteran of the city’s avant-garde dance, was her usual knotty, mysterious self in “Yellin/gg/ravy,” a solo set to an equally mysterious text and sound score by Bruce Andrews. Ms. Silvers and her dances would be offputtingly inscrutable but for their buried humor and intense commitment to some inner logic.
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  37. outmanned
    • 2007 March 29, Michael Barbaro, “Bare-Knuckle Enforcement for Wal-Mart’s Rules”, New York Times:
      Yesterday, Ms. Roehm called Wal-Mart’s investigation “a smear campaign” intended to destroy her reputation and, in a nod to Wal-Mart’s investigative firepower, said the company had outmanned her with “ex-C.I.A. operatives” and “former F.B.I. men.”
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  38. overprivileged
    • 2007 March 29, “Service Benefits Kids (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      If overprivileged private school kids see that there are people in the world less fortunate than they are, that is undoubtedly a good thing.
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  39. pianissimos
    • 2007 March 29, Allan Kozinn, “Flourishes of Hamburg, With Muscle and Finesse”, New York Times:
      But there was no denying that the orchestra was at its best and most polished when it played at extremes, either ethereal pianissimos or hall-shaking fortissimos.
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  40. pranking
  41. reimagination
    • 2007 March 29, Robin Pogrebin, “Top Prize for Rogers, Iconoclastic Architect”, New York Times:
      But he offered glowing praise for Mr. Rogers’s reimagination of the East Side waterfront, designed in collaboration with Gregg Pasquarelli of SHoP Architects and the landscape architect Ken Smith.
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  42. repressively
    • 2007 March 29, Michael Wines, “Zimbabwean Leaders Accused of Abducting Opponents”, New York Times:
      “The state is behaving repressively on a very, very wide scale, but is the state doing it, or a state within a state?” the analyst said on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisal.
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  43. songfulness
    • 2007 March 29, Bernard Holland, “Revealing the Younger Haydn in a Twin Bill of Brothers”, New York Times:
      This was 1798, offering the prime-time Haydn of “The Creation” and the Trumpet Concerto — a composer with absolute confidence in his power to juggle intricate counterpoint, disarm with simple songfulness and raise with martial sentiments.
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  44. stageless
  45. turbanista
    • 2007 March 29, Eric Wilson, “Somehow It Feels Old Hat”, New York Times:
      This week, The Daily, a gossipy fashion site, took stock of those who have turned up at recent events in the Prada looks, including the designer Rachel Roy, the socialite Vanessa Traina and the turbanista Mary-Kate Olsen, who strangely wore one atop her long white tresses and ended up looking more like Axl Rose.
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  46. ubiquities
    • 2007 March 29, Zarah Crawford, “What a Precocious Girl Needs”, New York Times:
      A slouchy brown hobo-ish satchel ($538) by the Brooklyn label Hayden-Harnett offered a perfect solution for women who have had it with It-bag ubiquities.
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  47. unnoticeably
    • 2007 March 29, Jennifer Dunning, “Sometimes Even Glances Help You Embrace Shape and Space”, New York Times:
      But almost unnoticeably tucked among the bounds, flops and bounces were brief meditative gazes that made “Wonder,” set to David Bowie ’s cheeky “Little Wonder,” a much more interesting piece.
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  48. untoned
    • 2007 March 29, Zarah Crawford, “What a Precocious Girl Needs”, New York Times:
      A seductive proposition, but there was still the issue of my untoned upper arms.
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  49. wintercreeper
    • 2007 March 29, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      A. The standard ivy alternative is Euonymus fortunei, a k a wintercreeper.
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  50. worknights

Sequestered[edit]

  1. benzodiazepene = benzodiazepine