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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-04 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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89691 tokens ‧ 65968 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8396 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.322%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-04-04[edit]

  1. anticapitalist
    • 2007 April 4, Jesse Mckinley, “8-Month Jail Term Ends as Maker of Video Turns Over a Copy”, New York Times:
      The videographer, Josh Wolf, was released after appearing before a federal judge here on Monday and turning over a copy of the video he had shot of a July 2005 anticapitalist protest in which a police officer was injured and someone tried to set a police car on fire.
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  2. birdfeeder
  3. cinderblocks
  4. cipollini
    • 2007 April 4, “Recipe: Braised Chicken With Fingerlings”, New York Times:
      1/2 pound cipollini onions, unpeeled 1 head garlic, cloves peeled 12 ounces small fingerling potatoes 1 1/2 cups plus 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil 8 sprigs thyme 3 1/2 pounds dark meat chicken parts, 8 thighs, 4 legs Salt and ground black pepper 1/2 cup chardonnay 2 cups rich chicken stock (or 1 1/2 cups chicken, 1/2 cup veal stock) 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, preferably high fat 2 tablespoons minced tarragon.
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  5. colombe *
    • 2007 April 4, Nancy Harmon Jenkins, “On Easter, Symbolism and the Exuberance of Spring”, New York Times:
      (Most Italian neighborhood shops in the United States have imported, commercially made colombe; for a more artisanal variety, look in Italian-style bakeries like Sullivan Street Bakery, 533 West 47th Street, (212) 265-5580.)
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  6. counterlines
  7. disinhibited
    • 2007 April 4, Richard Conniff, “The Rich Are More Oblivious Than You and Me”, New York Times:
      In social psychology terms, disinhibited Fast Forward types need ordinary cautious mortals to remind them that the traffic lights do in fact occasionally turn yellow or even, sometimes, red.
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  8. influxes
    • 2007 April 4, Daniel J. Wakin, “Increasingly in the West, the Players Are From the East”, New York Times:
      The phenomenon, which has been building for at least a decade, has gathered steam in the last few years, injecting new vitality into the American classical music scene after historic influxes of Italians, Germans and Russian Jews, and more recently Japanese, Taiwanese and Koreans.
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  9. instinctually
  10. marjaiya
    • 2007 April 4, Alissa J. Rubin, “Captors Release Kidnapped Iranian Diplomat in Baghdad”, New York Times:
      An official spokesman for Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani distanced the ayatollah from reports published Monday and Tuesday saying that the marjaiya, the most senior Shiite clerics, disagreed with the plan, which was proposed jointly by Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki and President Jalal Talabani.
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  11. microbomb
    • 2007 April 4, Alan Cowell, “New Call for Justice in Poison Case”, New York Times:
      “Until the method of this absolutely new type of killing involving a nuclear microbomb is uncovered, not a single person in the U.K. or elsewhere in the world can feel safe against a similar murder,” said Boris A. Berezovsky , a self-exiled Russian tycoon who said he donated $1 million to the new organization, the Litvinenko Justice Foundation.
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  12. midsentence
  13. misoperation
    • 2007 April 4, Matthew L. Wald, “Nuclear Drill Performance Raises Issues on Safety”, New York Times:
      But the commission said the emergency director and the control room crew should have responded to the indications in their simulator control room “in a methodical manner, assessing the event and utilizing the diagnostics in such a manner to ensure that ‘undue haste’ did not result in misdiagnosis, misoperation, or undesired plant conditions.”
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  14. novelistically
  15. photinia
  16. plinkiness
  17. porcelet
    • 2007 April 4, Florence Fabricant, “A Classic, Updated”, New York Times:
      To the French and Canadians it’s porcelet: the meat of a pig about 20 months old that has both tender succulence and the richer, meatier flavor of more mature pork.
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  18. progestins
  19. schoolkids
    • 2007 April 4, Trymaine Lee, “Jail’s Return in Brooklyn Raises Hopes and Fears”, New York Times:
      “Go ask the parents of the schoolkids who go to Packer who will have to walk past the jail on their way to the store for a bag of potato chips,” said Corey Baylor, an investment banker who moved into a State Street condo four days ago, referring to the Packer Collegiate Institute on Joralemon Street.
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  20. viognier
    • 2007 April 4, Florence Fabricant, “Chicken Meets Fingerlings, and Trumps Lobster”, New York Times:
      Though the red we drank was fine with the dish, a white, like a rich viognier with a pedigree — a Condrieu, of course — suits it in far better style.
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  1. ciacia = ciaccia
    • 2007 April 4, Nancy Harmon Jenkins, “On Easter, Symbolism and the Exuberance of Spring”, New York Times:
      In the Tuscan village where I spend a part of each year it is a humble ciacia (CHA-cha, a contraction of focaccia), a brioche-like dough with chunks of pecorino cheese or pancetta liberally distributed through it.
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