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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-03 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-04).

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101995 tokens ‧ 75544 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9180 types ‧ 39 (~ 0.425%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-04-03[edit]

  1. acellular
    • 2007 April 3, Nicholas Bakalar, “Study Finds Parents Pass Whooping Cough to Babies”, New York Times:
      The pertussis vaccine now used in the United States for older children and adults is given in a single-dose combination known as Tdap for tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis.
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  2. amour *
    • 2007 April 3, The Associated Press, “Thailand: Videos No Inspiration for Novice Pandas”, New York Times:
      The Chiang Mai Zoo in northern Thailand resorted to artificially inseminating its sole female panda, Lin Hui, after failing to stimulate amour between her and her cage-mate, Chuang Chuang, another panda on loan from China, by showing them videos of pandas having sex.
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  3. antigalaxy
    • 2007 April 3, Dennis Overbye, “Long-Awaited Cosmic-Ray Detector May Be Shelved”, New York Times:
      The discovery of a few antigold nuclei or antihelium ions streaming from an antistar in some distant antigalaxy would rock science, but even if they didn’t find antimatter, Dr. Ting and his team argued that they might detect signals from the mysterious dark matter that accounts for 25 percent of the universe, or see some other significant surprise.
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  4. antistar
    • 2007 April 3, Dennis Overbye, “Long-Awaited Cosmic-Ray Detector May Be Shelved”, New York Times:
      The discovery of a few antigold nuclei or antihelium ions streaming from an antistar in some distant antigalaxy would rock science, but even if they didn’t find antimatter, Dr. Ting and his team argued that they might detect signals from the mysterious dark matter that accounts for 25 percent of the universe, or see some other significant surprise.
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  5. blingy
    • 2007 April 3, Abby Goodnough, “For Shtetl by the Sea, Only a Few Fading Signs Remain”, New York Times:
      A few miles north of blingy South Beach, beachfront resorts like the Fontainebleau and the Eden Roc still fill up at Passover, and an Orthodox Jewish community is flourishing around 41st Street.
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  6. canzone *
    • 2007 April 3, Vivien Schweitzer, “In a Soprano’s Recital Debut, a Focus on the Music Stand”, New York Times:
      Schubert’s Italian canzone and his “Felice arrivo e congedo,” based on the Goethe poem “Willkommen und Abschied,” which followed on the program, were marred by blandness and a lack of sufficient vocal color, as were two song’s from Rossini’s “Les soirées musicale.”
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  7. cauterizers
    • 2007 April 3, Charles Mcgrath, “Atul Gawande Rocks in the O.R.”, New York Times:
      Various wands and clippers and cauterizers went into other little holes, and while watching the screens, the two doctors moved them around as if working joysticks on a video game.
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  8. countywide
    • 2007 April 3, John Holl, “Somerville: Police Officer Arrested”, New York Times:
      Around 10:30 a.m., a countywide alert was issued for the officer, Jason Peltack, after a friend called the police and told them that the officer had taken a 12-gauge shotgun from a home in Bridgewater.
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  9. debtholders
    • 2007 April 3, Julie Creswell, “Home Lender Is Seeking Bankruptcy”, New York Times:
      “The bids for the loans put up for auction will provide a pretty good estimate of how much debtholders will be hurt,” Mr. Gast said.
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  10. downturned
    • 2007 April 3, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs: Early Bergman”, New York Times:
      “Port of Call” (1948) already seems more Bergmanesque, if only for the early sequence of Berit (Nine-Christine Jonsson), an attractive young woman with a firmly downturned mouth, marching to the end of a pier and flinging herself off.
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  11. dropoff
    • 2007 April 3, Kirk Semple, “McCain Wrong on Iraq Security, Merchants Say”, New York Times:
      He and other merchants used to keep their shops open until dusk, but with the dropoff in customers as a result of the attacks, and a nightly curfew, most shop owners close their businesses in the early afternoon.
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  12. gumline
    • 2007 April 3, Natalie Angier, “A Mutinous Group of Cells on a Greedy, Destructive Path”, New York Times:
      In one 1993 report, Israeli oral surgeons described 55 cases of dental extractions in which the procedure was followed days to months afterward by the eruption of an ugly metastasis where the tooth had once been; for a third of the patients, the appearance of the gumline growth was the first sign that an internal organ was riddled with cancer.
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  13. homecourt
  14. hotelwide
    • 2007 April 3, Claire Atkinson, “Lost and Very Rarely Found”, New York Times:
      Fearful it could have landed in the trash, the hotel contacted its garbage contractor, Waste Management , and had hotel employees conduct the kind of hotelwide search usually reserved for homicide detectives.
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  15. intraparty
    • 2007 April 3, Michiko Kakutani, “From the Sidelines, a View of the Middle as the Loser”, New York Times:
      His suggestion, for instance, that the Democratic Party is “relatively faction-free” seems ludicrous, given the many intraparty splits between moderates and liberals, between, say, the Democratic Leadership Council and Web followers of Daily Kos.
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  16. laparoscopically
    • 2007 April 3, Charles Mcgrath, “Atul Gawande Rocks in the O.R.”, New York Times:
      The two flat-screen monitors worked perfectly, on the other hand, affording a full-color, high-definition view of the first patient’s gallbladder, which Dr. Gawande and a surgical resident, Siva Raja, proceeded to remove laparoscopically, after first inserting a fiber-optic camera through a tiny incision in the patient’s abdomen.
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  17. lobular
    • 2007 April 3, Michael Mason, “In New Cancer Guideline, a Host of Uncertainties”, New York Times:
      And though women found to have such precancerous conditions as lobular carcinoma in situ or atypical ductal hyperplasia are also more likely to develop breast cancer, the increased risk is not sufficient to recommend regular M.R.I. screenings, according to the cancer society.
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  18. minyans
    • 2007 April 3, Abby Goodnough, “For Shtetl by the Sea, Only a Few Fading Signs Remain”, New York Times:
      Still, to ensure the requisite 10 people for morning minyans, or prayer sessions, Temple Emanu-El teams up with the Cuban Hebrew Congregation, one of the neighborhood’s only other surviving synagogues.
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  19. noncompetition
    • 2007 April 3, The Associated Press, “Payments Examined Again at Black’s Trial”, New York Times:
      The heart of the charges against Mr. Black involve noncompetition agreements that he made in selling hundreds of community newspapers owned by Hollinger International across the United States and Canada.
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  20. noncontrolled
    • 2007 April 3, Cornelia Dean, “Drugs Are in the Water. Does It Matter?”, New York Times:
      They can drop noncontrolled drugs at participating pharmacies, and 80 percent of the pharmacies in the county participate.
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  21. noninterfering
  22. omikuji
    • 2007 April 3, Jennifer Dunning, “One Troupe’s Exploration of Big Ideas”, New York Times:
      The wonderfully rustling paper back-curtain recalled omikuji, fortunes written on paper strips at Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples.
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  23. operagoers
  24. overemoting
    • 2007 April 3, Anne Midgette, “Last Diva Standing: Young Voices Vie on a Grand Stage”, New York Times:
      The most common flaws of the afternoon were overemoting and undersinging; more energy from the pit, rather than the gentle but leisurely approach of the conductor Marco Armiliato, might have helped.
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  25. pianissimi
  26. preconvention
    • 2007 April 3, Jim Dwyer, “Police Surveillance Before Convention Was Larger Than Previously Disclosed”, New York Times:
      In a letter filed with Federal District Court in Manhattan, Mr. Dunn wrote that during questioning last week of David Cohen, the deputy police commissioner for intelligence, Mr. Farrell “represented that the intelligence documents produced on Jan. 19 reflected only a limited portion of the intelligence division’s preconvention activity.”
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  27. renourished
    • 2007 April 3, Jill P. Capuzzo, “Racing to Make Surf City Beach Safe by May 25, Opening Day”, New York Times:
      After battles with surfers fearful of shifting wave patterns and homeowners concerned that their expensive ocean views would be blocked by sand dunes, the United States Army Corps of Engineers got started, leaving behind a renourished 200-foot-wide beach in the middle of Long Beach Island.
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  28. retractors
    • 2007 April 3, Charles Mcgrath, “Atul Gawande Rocks in the O.R.”, New York Times:
      The music wasn’t turned up high, but it rocked sufficiently that the anesthesiologist bobbed his head, the O.R. nurse tapped her toe, and the member of the team in charge of all the clamps and retractors drummed his fingers on the instrument tray.
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  29. senninbari
    • 2007 April 3, Jennifer Dunning, “One Troupe’s Exploration of Big Ideas”, New York Times:
      There were allusions to senninbari (“thousand-person-stitches”), belts made for Japanese soldiers that incorporate single embroidery stitches collected from 1,000 people.
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  30. sidearming
    • 2007 April 3, Pat Borzi, “Mets’ Randolph Takes Early Measure of Rookie’s Nerve”, New York Times:
      But in the minors for Class A Brooklyn and Class AA Binghamton last season, the sidearming Smith had been overpowering against right-handed batters, holding them to a .104 average (7 for 67).
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  31. superstation
    • 2007 April 3, Alan Schwarz, “Rebuilt Cubs Start Season by Putting Up For-Sale Sign”, New York Times:
      Tribune’s simultaneous ownership of the Cubs and the cable superstation WGN, a synergy similar to that of Ted Turner ’s Atlanta Braves and WTBS, was a source of immediate tension in baseball because the team’s games could be broadcast into other teams’ home markets.
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  32. thyroidectomies
    • 2007 April 3, Charles Mcgrath, “Atul Gawande Rocks in the O.R.”, New York Times:
      The two thyroidectomies also went off without a hitch, though the second thyroid was so big Dr. Gawande said later that he had felt he was delivering a grapefruit.
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  33. undersinging
    • 2007 April 3, Anne Midgette, “Last Diva Standing: Young Voices Vie on a Grand Stage”, New York Times:
      The most common flaws of the afternoon were overemoting and undersinging; more energy from the pit, rather than the gentle but leisurely approach of the conductor Marco Armiliato, might have helped.
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  34. undersupported
    • 2007 April 3, Anne Midgette, “Last Diva Standing: Young Voices Vie on a Grand Stage”, New York Times:
      But Alek Shrader, a light tenor who had sounded undersupported in the semifinals, showed off to advantage with Donizetti’s bravura “Ah! mes amis” (from “The Daughter of the Regiment”); the high C’s may not have been beautiful, but they were clearly easy for him, and he won handily.
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  35. unmessy
  36. unvested
    • 2007 April 3, The Associated Press, “Hotel Chain Chief Resigns in Clash With Board”, New York Times:
      But he forfeits all his stock options, unvested restricted stock units and unvested deferred 2007 bonus and salary, according to a company filing with regulators.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. antigold
    • 2007 April 3, Dennis Overbye, “Long-Awaited Cosmic-Ray Detector May Be Shelved”, New York Times:
      The discovery of a few antigold nuclei or antihelium ions streaming from an antistar in some distant antigalaxy would rock science, but even if they didn’t find antimatter, Dr. Ting and his team argued that they might detect signals from the mysterious dark matter that accounts for 25 percent of the universe, or see some other significant surprise.
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  2. antihelium
    • 2007 April 3, Dennis Overbye, “Long-Awaited Cosmic-Ray Detector May Be Shelved”, New York Times:
      The discovery of a few antigold nuclei or antihelium ions streaming from an antistar in some distant antigalaxy would rock science, but even if they didn’t find antimatter, Dr. Ting and his team argued that they might detect signals from the mysterious dark matter that accounts for 25 percent of the universe, or see some other significant surprise.
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  3. resourcements
    • 2007 April 3, Anthony Tommasini, “Pianistic Postcards Spanning Centuries”, New York Times:
      That this cultured Frenchman spoke in heavily accented English and sometimes, searching for the right phrase, invented words (like Bartok’s “giving freedom to these resourcements of energies”) made his comments all the more delightful. Mr. Aimard proved a most mischievous professor.
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