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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-10 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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97920 tokens ‧ 73387 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8825 types ‧ 39 (~ 0.442%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-04-10[edit]

  1. antianxiety
  2. antiblur
    • 2007 April 10, Patricia Winters Lauro, “With New Agency, Sony Tries to Focus Its Electronics Image”, New York Times:
      The scene jumps to a blurry photograph of the father standing next to the horse rump, and explains that the camera’s antiblur and face detection technology can automatically focus on the faces in a picture “because,” as a voice-over says, “the face makes the photo.”
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  3. blockout
    • 2007 April 10, Howard Beck, “The Knicks’ Playoff Hopes Fade Into the Distance”, New York Times:
      “Our margin of error is very slim,” Coach Isiah Thomas said, “and the little things that add up in the course of a ball game, in terms of a blockout on the foul line or we mishandle an inbounds possession, that ends up giving the other team 2 or 3 extra points.
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  4. bremelanotide
    • 2007 April 10, Natalie Angier, “The Search for the Female Equivalent of Viagra”, New York Times:
      For example, researchers are as yet unsure whether sustained use of bremelanotide will end up doing what the drug was meant to do in the first place, and bestow on its beaming clients a truly healthy tan.
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  5. cohabitators
    • 2007 April 10, Claudia Dreifus, “A Sociologist of Sex, for the Benefit of the Masses”, New York Times:
      The surprising thing we found was that the straight married couples and the gay and lesbian couples had far more in common with each other than the straight cohabitators.
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  6. downlisting
    • 2007 April 10, “The Manatee and the Bureaucrats”, New York Times:
      They say that a routine five-year review of the manatee’s status convinced some officials that this mammal was ready for downlisting.
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  7. eurobond
  8. formalwear
    • 2007 April 10, Claudia La Rocco, “Austerity Meets Agitation While the Night City Glitters”, New York Times:
      With their hair half up, and dressed demurely in black formalwear, they seemed like lost girls and conveyed little beyond a vague sense of urgency and dread; sure technicians all, they are not yet artists able to make their lashing limbs and inscrutable gestures mean something.
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  9. grindhouse
    • 2007 April 10, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      For Mr. Bava, a modest man who died in 1980 without ever making any claims for himself or his work, the road from the grindhouse to the art house — or at least, the virtual art house of the DVD player — has turned out to be surprisingly, encouragingly short.
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  10. grindhouses
    • 2007 April 10, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      Movies that passed well below the critical radar when they were first released in the United States — in urban grindhouses and Southern drive-ins — are now returning in prestige editions, loaded with commentary (by Mr. Lucas) and extra features.
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  11. groundout
  12. homecourt
    • 2007 April 10, The Associated Press, “Smith Suspended by Hawks”, New York Times:
      They have already clinched the league’s best record — and homecourt advantage throughout the playoffs.
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  13. hypoactive
  14. marrieds
  15. microstock
    • 2007 April 10, Katie Hafner, “A Photo Trove, a Mounting Challenge”, New York Times:
      Getty, which has grown quickly since its start in 1995 with the backing of its wealthy co-founder, Mark Getty, has a foothold in microstock thanks to iStockPhoto, which it bought last year for $50 million.
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  16. midlifers
    • 2007 April 10, Richard A. Friedman, M.D., “Forget Something? Then Read This”, New York Times:
      These so-called senior moments are enough to drive many midlifers to their doctors or therapists for fear that they are literally losing their minds.
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  17. multipronged
  18. myelodysplastic
  19. nanopencil
  20. noncompete
    • 2007 April 10, Reuters, “Hollinger Money Was Disclosed, Witness Says”, New York Times:
      Prosecutors contend most of the payments were illegal and that Mr. Black and his three co-defendants diverted a total of about $60 million from Hollinger International by sending payments from noncompete agreements to themselves and to entities more closely controlled by Mr. Black like Hollinger Inc. Mr. Black then used the money to finance a lavish lifestyle, prosecutors said.
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  21. nonpasteurized
    • 2007 April 10, Diane Cardwell, “Inspections for Rodents to Be Stricter”, New York Times:
      Some other types of complaints — including those about the use of nonpasteurized milk or the presence of raw sewage — do require an inspection within varying time frames.
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  22. nonvirgin
  23. parajumping
  24. pirogies
    • 2007 April 10, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Tuesday Night”, New York Times:
      10 P.M. (Food Network) RACHAEL RAY’S TASTY TRAVELS Ms. Ray proves the tired adage that the city never — well, you know — by breaking down New York eating hour by hour: breakfast at Good Enough to Eat, lunch at Max Brenner’s chocolate shop, dinner and drinks at Japonais and late-night pirogies at Veselka.
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  25. plewds
    • 2007 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Johnny Hart and His Wham-Wham World”, New York Times:
      “The Wizard of Id,” the strip he began in 1964 with Brant Parker, who always drew it, delighted in deploying the full comic-strip armamentarium: plewds, or flying sweat drops, for example, and starburst squeans to indicate dizziness or, as was often the case with Bung, the mead-swilling jester, the effects of over-imbibing.
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  26. postretirees
    • 2007 April 10, Claudia H. Deutsch, “Training to Be Old”, New York Times:
      So with the first wave of baby boomers already in their 60s, gerontologists are bracing for a tsunami of disgruntled postretirees who have left the psychic and physical aspects of aging to chance.
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  27. postretirement
    • 2007 April 10, Claudia H. Deutsch, “Training to Be Old”, New York Times:
      Mr. Mendizabal said he still intended to spend his first postretirement years shuttling between Canadian ski slopes and Spain.
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  28. predraft
    • 2007 April 10, Bloomberg News, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      By declaring for the draft, the 6-foot-8 Wright is eligible to participate in the N.B.A. predraft camp and try out for teams.
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  29. prepregnancy
  30. presentencing
    • 2007 April 10, Kyle Whitmire, “Alabama: New Presentencing Terms for Executive”, New York Times:
      A federal judge modified the conditions of presentencing release for Richard M. Scrushy , left, the former HealthSouth chief executive whom prosecutors accused of testing the government last month, when he took an unapproved trip by yacht from Palm Beach, Fla., to Miami.
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  31. refounded
    • 2007 April 10, John Tagliabue, “At the Local Abbey, Singing Unto the Lord an Old Song”, New York Times:
      The monks’ dedication to Gregorian chant dates to the 19th century, when the monastery was refounded as the Benedictine abbey of St. Pierre de Solesmes, after having been closed after the French Revolution.
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  32. riesling
    • 2007 April 10, Roja Heydarpour, “While He Mixes Drinks, She Mixes Colors”, New York Times:
      “Don’t put your brush in my wine,” said Dale DeGroff, 58, her husband of 26 years, flashing a smile as he lifted a glass of German riesling.
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  33. squeans
    • 2007 April 10, Charles Mcgrath, “Johnny Hart and His Wham-Wham World”, New York Times:
      “The Wizard of Id,” the strip he began in 1964 with Brant Parker, who always drew it, delighted in deploying the full comic-strip armamentarium: plewds, or flying sweat drops, for example, and starburst squeans to indicate dizziness or, as was often the case with Bung, the mead-swilling jester, the effects of over-imbibing.
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  34. steelhead
    • 2007 April 10, William Yardley, “Washington: Fish Protection Lags, Court Agrees”, New York Times:
      A federal appeals court upheld a ruling that found that federal agencies under the Bush administration had neglected to plan sufficiently for the protection of endangered salmon and steelhead in the Columbia and Snake Rivers.
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  35. tendious
    • 2007 April 10, Natalie Angier, “Birds Do It. Bees Do It. People Seek the Keys to It.”, New York Times:
      In a series of studies at the University of Amsterdam, Ellen Laan, Stephanie Both and Mark Spiering demonstrated that the body’s entire motor system is activated almost instantly by exposure to sexual images, and that the more intensely sexual the visuals, the stronger the electric signals emitted by the participants’ so-called spinal tendious reflexes.
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  36. underprescribed
    • 2007 April 10, Alex Berenson, “Pfizer Drug for Diabetes Is Lagging”, New York Times:
      The company will work to convince doctors that insulin, in both inhaled and injectable forms, is underprescribed.
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  37. vocalism
  38. yardlong

Sequestered[edit]

  1. obsolagnium