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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-07 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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73231 tokens ‧ 53780 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7489 types ‧ 26 (~ 0.347%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-04-07[edit]

  1. antidemocracy
    • 2007 April 7, Howard W. French, “For Creator of Inspector Chen, China Is a Tough Case to Crack”, New York Times:
      The choice, which today sometimes displeases Chinese authorities, he said, has been forced upon him by circumstances in his own country — from the bloody antidemocracy crackdown at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in 1989, to the many restrictions on speech, especially anything construed as political speech, that have followed.
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  2. bestubbled
    • 2007 April 7, Somini Sengupta, “Another Gandhi Fights for His Family’s Political Base”, New York Times:
      KANPUR, India , April 4 — Rahul Gandhi, the fashionably bestubbled, 36-year-old heir apparent to India’s ruling political dynasty, is facing his first real test of political mettle: Can he save his Congress Party from becoming utterly irrelevant here in Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state and the Nehru-Gandhi family’s home base?
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  3. blanco *
  4. blancos *
  5. cancans
    • 2007 April 7, Jennifer Dunning, “Jazz Meets Ballet and a Tango Breaks Out”, New York Times:
      Here, too, the dancers were allowed to move, which they did exuberantly and skillfully, in cancans, a tango, a ballet-jazz duet and a solo for the Toulouse-Lautrec character, poignantly portrayed by Thayne Jasperson.
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  6. carbinoxamine
  7. cataloger *
  8. cavelike
  9. diaristic
  10. minidiscs
  11. mixtos
  12. overpour
  13. peatland
  14. preteenage
    • 2007 April 7, Juston Jones, “Six Flags Is Planning Your Next Vacation”, New York Times:
      He spoke recently about how the company is focusing on the preteenage market, compared the cost of a trip to an amusement park with a night at a ballpark and discussed borrowing from the Disney playbook.
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  15. reposado *
  16. reposados
  17. reworkings
    • 2007 April 7, Daniel J. Wakin, “Sometimes Keeping the Beat Is Easy”, New York Times:
      Two “entr’actes” surround the slow middle movement, otherworldly and beautiful reworkings of a 15th-century vocal setting of Petrarch’s “Vergine Bella” by Guillaume Dufay that are like sherbet courses in the main meal and serve as a “little break” between the movements, Mr. Wuorinen said.
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  18. semihallucinogenic
  19. thock
  20. thwoks
  21. trimethobenzamide
  22. ulemas
  23. violinmaker
    • 2007 April 7, John Marchese, “Second Fiddle to an Old Master”, New York Times:
      A top violinmaker named Joseph Curtin once told his colleagues that he was beginning to feel like a Civil War re-enactor.
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  24. violinmaking
    • 2007 April 7, John Marchese, “Second Fiddle to an Old Master”, New York Times:
      The strength of tradition is incredibly strong in classical music, and maybe even more powerful in the craft of violinmaking.
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