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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-05 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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2007-04-05[edit]

  1. aeoniums
2007 April 5, Anne Raver, “Rethinking the Pots on an Old, Cracked Terrace”, New York Times:
My tender plants — elephant ears, aeoniums, echeverias, a bay and rosemary now in full bloom — had sunned themselves all winter in an enclosed, south-facing porch.

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  1. anticompetitive
2007 April 5, The Associated Press, “Quota Quickly Filled on Visas for High-Tech Guest Workers”, New York Times:
“Our broken visa policies for highly educated foreign professionals are not only counterproductive, they are anticompetitive and detrimental to America’s long-term economic competitiveness,” said Robert E. Hoffman, an Oracle vice president and co-chairman of Compete America.

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  1. antirejection
2007 April 5, Pat Borzi, “For a Reds Prospect, Dreaming the Big League Dream, Again”, New York Times:
Like most transplant recipients, Kainer takes daily antirejection medication and takes precautions for a diminished immune system.

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  1. antishake
2007 April 5, Marty Katz, “A Compact Digital Camera That Can Shoot in Low Light”, New York Times:
This 10-megapixel camera also has an antishake mechanism and a hot shoe for external flash units that can bounce light off a wall or ceiling for sophisticated effects.

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  1. antispyware
2007 April 5, J. D. Biersdorfer, “More PC Protection, Less Time Looking at an Hourglass”, New York Times:
The package combines antivirus and antispyware tools, a firewall and other applications to help protect a PC from the Internet’s ills, along with a backup feature to keep data safe in case of hard-disk woes.

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  1. antlike
2007 April 5, Bernard Holland, “The Met Shows Off Its Hits and Misses”, New York Times:
Standing, almost antlike, in the middle of Franco Zeffirelli ’s oversize set for “La Bohème,” however, he pushed uncomfortably.

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  1. boneheadedness
2007 April 5, Tony Sachs And Sal Nunziato, “Spinning Into Oblivion”, New York Times:
The current state of affairs is largely the result of shortsightedness and boneheadedness by the major record labels and the Recording Industry Association of America, who managed to achieve the opposite of everything they wanted in trying to keep the music business prospering.

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  1. coleuses
2007 April 5, Anne Raver, “Rethinking the Pots on an Old, Cracked Terrace”, New York Times:
(And one of Mr. Hartlage’s own creations, a giant hanging ball of seven different coleuses in contrasting colors and textures, exploded the boundaries of my conservative country mind.)

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  1. columbines
2007 April 5, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
These four- to five-footers look like giant columbines until you see the airy umbels of tiny pink, white or yellow flowers.

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  1. cordyline
2007 April 5, Anne Raver, “Rethinking the Pots on an Old, Cracked Terrace”, New York Times:
For those who love hot colors, Mr. Rogers encourages playing with the opposites on the color wheel: a wide pot of bright yellow narcissus, for instance, set between a pot of purple violas and a purplish-black cordyline, whose swordlike leaves emphasize the contrast.

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  1. crewneck
2007 April 5, Jonathan Miller, “Subdued by a Loss and a Cold Rain, Rutgers Fans Return to Earth”, New York Times:
Even Gov. Jon S. Corzine — who traded in his blue vest for a red T-shirt and red crewneck sweater — had caught the fever.

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  1. diffuser *
2007 April 5, Tim Mckeough, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
In this case she had to find lighting that served both functions, and she also had another problem: the dining table was in front of a wall of windows, and the owners didn’t want to block the view. Ms. Frampton installed a Flos Celestia light ($486.50 from the Lighting Center, 240 East 59th Street, lightingcenter-ny.com , 800-417-9860), which has a large cloud-like linen diffuser that attaches directly to the ceiling, delivering an ambient glow rather than lighting focused on the table.

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  1. echeverias
2007 April 5, Anne Raver, “Rethinking the Pots on an Old, Cracked Terrace”, New York Times:
Each one carries a memory apart from the salvias or the echeverias that occupied them at one point or another.

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  1. fernlike
2007 April 5, Anne Raver, “Rethinking the Pots on an Old, Cracked Terrace”, New York Times:
One picture in particular teased my memory: handmade concrete troughs full of alpines — some cascading, some cushiony green mounds, others fernlike or covered with yellow or purple blooms — clustered in rows on square paving stones.

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  1. hairstyling
2007 April 5, Natasha Singer, “These Salons Forgo Beauty Sleep”, New York Times:
At Fekkai, for example, the solid oak communal hairstyling stations are designed to encourage clients to talk to one another while they are getting highlights or a blow-out — the beauty equivalent to the family-style dinner.

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  1. intrasquad
2007 April 5, Pat Borzi, “For a Reds Prospect, Dreaming the Big League Dream, Again”, New York Times:
Kainer’s parents, Kristi and Ron, flew here from Tomball, Tex., to see Kainer play right field in his first intrasquad game March 22.

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  1. ironweed
2007 April 5, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
Or, you may prefer ironweed, Vernonia noveboracensis.

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  1. learnings
2007 April 5, Stuart Elliott, “Online Experiment for Print Magazine”, New York Times:
“We’ll take the learnings and apply them to the rest of our business.”

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  1. lewisias
2007 April 5, Anne Raver, “Rethinking the Pots on an Old, Cracked Terrace”, New York Times:
Or how a line of long toms — 10-inch-tall narrow pots made for growing individual plants — sets off the form and color of lewisias, delicate alpines that bloom in pure colors of yellow, white and pink.

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  1. mascaraed
2007 April 5, Horacio Silva, “The Clothes Closet at the Mad Scientist’s”, New York Times:
SERVICE The male staff members are incredibly friendly and heavily mascaraed.

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  1. mumsy
2007 April 5, Eric Wilson, “Thinking Outside the Gap”, New York Times:
Mr. Panichgul gave a patchwork effect to a shirt with ruffles, pin tucks and lantern sleeves; another he made into a shirtdress with a tiered skirt like the petal dresses of his signature collection. Ms. Chung’s versions included a more severe camp shirt and a full mumsy shirtdress.

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  1. noncash
2007 April 5, The Associated Press, “Online Bookseller to Take Option Charge”, New York Times:
As a result, the Barnesandnoble.com subsidiary will take the $10 million gross charge, and Barnes & Noble will make a $200,000 adjustment to increase noncash compensation expenses in its fourth fiscal quarter, ended in January.

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  1. noncompete
2007 April 5, Reuters, “Black Defense Says Payouts Were Backed by Board”, New York Times:
At issue are a series of so-called noncompete payments intended to guarantee that Hollinger International — later renamed the Sun-Times Media Group — would not re-enter a market where it sold a media asset.

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  1. nonemasculating
2007 April 5, Horacio Silva, “The Clothes Closet at the Mad Scientist’s”, New York Times:
KEY ITEMS Nonthreatening shoes, noncommittal casual wear and nonemasculating man bags.

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  1. oxalis
2007 April 5, Anne Raver, “Rethinking the Pots on an Old, Cracked Terrace”, New York Times:
My oxalis and begonias are all in bloom at the windows of my bedroom.

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  1. palapa
2007 April 5, Steven Kurutz, “From Europe, a No-Chlorine Backyard Pool”, New York Times:
Taking advantage of the Southern California climate, Mr. Morse created a sort of jungle lagoon in his own backyard, building a natural swimming pool with a thatch-roof palapa and a regeneration zone filled with tropical foliage like Madagascar palm and varieties of canna lilies.

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  1. patinaed
2007 April 5, Kathryn Shattuck, “Photographing the Light in Places That May Soon Be Lost”, New York Times:
Weathered faces gaze out from surroundings patinaed through generations of use.

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  1. punishingly
2007 April 5, Bill Carter, “The British Are Coming to Play American Roles”, New York Times:
The biggest, she said, harking back to Ms. Klein’s point, is that casting during network pilot season has become punishingly arduous.

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  1. salvias
2007 April 5, Anne Raver, “Rethinking the Pots on an Old, Cracked Terrace”, New York Times:
Each one carries a memory apart from the salvias or the echeverias that occupied them at one point or another.

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  1. shantylike
2007 April 5, Nate Chinen, “Math-Rock That Adds Up to a Big Sound”, New York Times:
On “Atlas” — the shantylike first single from the band’s new album “Mirrored,” which Warp Records will release next month — the effects make Mr. Braxton sound like the mayor of Munchkin City.

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  1. superprofit
2007 April 5, Andy Newman, “Clearing of Atlantic Yards’ Site Proceeds as Legal Thicket Grows Denser”, New York Times:
“Are these subsidies that help put the developer over the top so that he can build the project?” asked Daniel Goldstein, a spokesman for Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn. which opposes the scale of the plan, “Or are they to help him make a superprofit, as we suspect?”

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  1. swordlike
2007 April 5, Anne Raver, “Rethinking the Pots on an Old, Cracked Terrace”, New York Times:
For those who love hot colors, Mr. Rogers encourages playing with the opposites on the color wheel: a wide pot of bright yellow narcissus, for instance, set between a pot of purple violas and a purplish-black cordyline, whose swordlike leaves emphasize the contrast.

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  1. toile *
2007 April 5, Kathryn Shattuck, “Photographing the Light in Places That May Soon Be Lost”, New York Times:
Behind her a deer head was mounted above a stone fireplace adorned with a short toile curtain.

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  1. ultrarunner
2007 April 5, Sarah Bowen Shea, “How Dry I’m Not (Sip, Sip)”, New York Times:
To give the latest bladder packs a try, Steve Smucker, a Masters ultrarunner who won the 50 to 59 division of the 100-mile Western States Endurance Run in 2004, wore them while training for a 50-kilometer trail race.

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  1. uncasually
2007 April 5, Charles Herold, “These Books, Possessed and Dangerous, Are for the Birds and Their Friends”, New York Times:
The game style is typical of so-called casual games like Tetris and Solitaire that are small and simple and can be played for 15 or 20 minutes when you’re bored (although people will sometimes uncasually play them for hours).

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  1. unexercised
2007 April 5, The Associated Press, “Online Bookseller to Take Option Charge”, New York Times:
The company said it would also reprice incorrectly dated and unexercised stock options issued to current officers and directors, other than hiring grants, for a difference in price of $2.6 million.

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  1. unplanted
2007 April 5, Anne Raver, “Rethinking the Pots on an Old, Cracked Terrace”, New York Times:
Other images expressed the appeal of emptiness, as Mr. Rogers puts it: pots so beautiful they can stand alone, unplanted, as sculptures in the garden.

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  1. unvested
2007 April 5, Miguel Helft, “Google’s Chief Gets $1 in Pay; His Security Costs $532,755”, New York Times:
They also held unvested stock options with an estimated worth as of Dec. 31, 2006, that ranged from $21 million for Ms. Brown to $30 million for Mr. Drummond.

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  1. chocobo
2007 April 5, Charles Herold, “These Books, Possessed and Dangerous, Are for the Birds and Their Friends”, New York Times:
The chocobo discovers his friends have all been turned into playing cards who can be freed only if the chick enters one of the storybooks strewn about the neighborhood.

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