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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-03-31 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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80605 tokens ‧ 59084 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7909 types ‧ 26 (~ 0.329%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-03-31[edit]

  1. antioccupation
    • 2007 March 31, Edward Wong, “Shiite Cleric Condemns U.S. as His Militia Takes to Streets”, New York Times:
      In the incendiary speech delivered by his clerics on Friday, Mr. Sadr called for a peaceful antioccupation mass protest on April 9, the fourth anniversary of the fall of Baghdad to American forces.
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  2. antistatism
    • 2007 March 31, “Divining the Future of the G.O.P. (5 Letters)”, New York Times:
      David Brooks’s abandonment of the right’s antistatism is something that I have long anticipated from a commentator who writes with consistent honesty and acuity.
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  3. antisubsidy
    • 2007 March 31, Steven R. Weisman, “In Big Shift, U.S. Imposes Tariffs on Chinese Paper”, New York Times:
      Indeed, industry and administration officials say that they chose the high-quality paper industry last year to serve as a test case for a sweeping revision of the administration’s previous policies, which did not allow for antisubsidy duties for Communist or other nonmarket economies.
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  4. counterprotesters
  5. dishdasha
  6. endplaying
  7. francophonie
    • 2007 March 31, Alan Riding, “In Paris, Language Sparks Culture War”, New York Times:
      And for this, Abdou Diouf, the organization’s secretary general, blames French lack of interest in the francophonie movement, as demonstrated by French condescension toward francophone writing.
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  8. hitless
    • 2007 March 31, Ben Shpigel, “Mets Settle Their Roster, Sending Park to the Minors”, New York Times:
      It continued during the game, when Park, perhaps acting out of desperation, struck out five batters in three hitless innings, and Burgos followed by allowing a first-pitch homer to Dan Uggla.
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  9. homoeroticism
    • 2007 March 31, Peter Steinfels, “Was It a Hoax? Debate on a ‘Secret Mark’ Gospel Resumes”, New York Times:
      Dr. Brown charges in with his own handwriting analysis and his conviction that Professor Smith is a victim of academic “folklore” about the man, that the detection of sly jokes and hidden confessions is nonsense and that the focus on homoeroticism is much more in the minds of his critics than of the professor himself. Dr. Brown has been firing away in The Journal of Biblical Literature and The Harvard Theological Review — and he promises more.
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  10. horseplayer
  11. imped
  12. installationlike
    • 2007 March 31, Claudia La Rocco, “Wondering What to Do in a Crazy, Mixed-Up World”, New York Times:
      Watching the installationlike dances of youngish New York choreographers often feels like peering into a rec room — a badly abused rec room, tossed by fits of temper, strewn with personal detritus and one match away from catastrophe.
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  13. microdiscectomy
  14. multihued
  15. nonbaseball
  16. noncognoscenti
    • 2007 March 31, Ginia Bellafante, “Show Cats and Those Who Love Them”, New York Times:
      Cat competitions are really just beauty contests, one judge says early on, but feline noncognoscenti will be struck by just how broadly beauty is understood among cat people.
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  17. noncontact
  18. nonmarket
    • 2007 March 31, Steven R. Weisman, “In Big Shift, U.S. Imposes Tariffs on Chinese Paper”, New York Times:
      Indeed, industry and administration officials say that they chose the high-quality paper industry last year to serve as a test case for a sweeping revision of the administration’s previous policies, which did not allow for antisubsidy duties for Communist or other nonmarket economies.
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  19. ponytailed
  20. postmatch
  21. prizeworthy
    • 2007 March 31, Ginia Bellafante, “Show Cats and Those Who Love Them”, New York Times:
      Cats of distinctive, potentially prizeworthy pedigree look like fat monkeys, old men or anorexics.
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  22. serviceperson
    • 2007 March 31, Alan Cowell, “Iran Turns Up Volume in Face-Off Over Captured Britons”, New York Times:
      Addressed “To British People,” the latest letter said: “I am writing to you as a British serviceperson who has been sent to Iraq, sacrificed due to the intervening policies of the Bush and Blair governments.”
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  23. sleepaway
  24. underperformance
    • 2007 March 31, Conrad De Aenlle, “Speed May Do More Harm Than Good”, New York Times:
      That leaves more than a full point of underperformance to be accounted for by friction — pennies lost here and there when trades are executed — and by the investment decisions themselves.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. dupione = dupioni
    • 2007 March 31, Rusha Haljuci, “A Night Custom-Made for Guys in Gowns”, New York Times:
      He had designed it, cut out its pieces and sewed together the gold metallic brocade fabric, the embroidered nylon chiffon and the dupione silk.
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  2. monoxidey -> carbon monoxidey
    • 2007 March 31, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      Several drivers finished the race with a “carbon monoxidey feeling,” some after their exhaust systems failed during the race, said John Darby, the Nextel Cup director.
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