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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-11 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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90363 tokens ‧ 65930 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8463 types ‧ 43 (~ 0.508%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-04-11[edit]

  1. aspergillus
    • 2007 April 11, Jane Black, “Good Miso: It’s All About the Journey”, New York Times:
      Like all miso makers, Mr. Elwell starts with grain, like rice or barley, and inoculates it with an aspergillus mold imported from Japan.
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  2. aulos
    • 2007 April 11, Geraldine Fabrikant, “Imperial Nights in Tunisia, With Mythology Underfoot”, New York Times:
      LOS ANGELES — Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom, sits gazing languorously at herself in the river after a musical solo on an aulos, an ancient double-reed pipe.
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  3. backlighted
  4. defensives
    • 2007 April 11, John Eligon, “Top Players Help Nets’ Bottom Line”, New York Times:
      Tuesday night’s game against the Wizards was filled with the offensive clumsiness and defensives lapses that have placed the Nets near the bottom of the Eastern Conference playoff race.
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  5. devotionally
    • 2007 April 11, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      11:35 (NBC) THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO Rickie Lee Jones, right, performs music from “The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard,” her new devotionally tinged album.
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  6. diclofenac
    • 2007 April 11, Reuters, “Merck Reports Risk of Its New Pain Pill”, New York Times:
      WASHINGTON, April 10 — A study by Merck of its pain reliever Arcoxia showed similar risks of heart attacks and other cardiovascular problems compared with another painkiller, diclofenac, federal reviewers said in an analysis made public Tuesday.
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  7. fendant *
  8. gooeyness
    • 2007 April 11, Melissa Clark, “Taking Back a Childhood Favorite”, New York Times:
      But no, cream cheese doesn’t have the gooeyness factor of aged cheese, and would simply ooze out in the pan.
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  9. hypermasculine
    • 2007 April 11, Ben Ratliff, “Chaos at the Line Where Performer and Audience Blur”, New York Times:
      Video More Video » On Monday, he sang in girlish screams or hypermasculine croons from the center of his psyche, then pushed outward, imposing himself on the music and the audience.
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  10. incorrectitude
    • 2007 April 11, Alessandra Stanley, “Don Imus, Suspended, Still Talking”, New York Times:
      The radiothon begins on Thursday, leaving Mr. Imus more time to lobby to keep his job — and receive testimonials from longtime guests like the Newsweek columnist Howard Fineman and comrades in political incorrectitude like the comedian Bill Maher .
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  11. inedibly
    • 2007 April 11, Florence Fabricant, “The Bar Makes a Difference”, New York Times:
      UNSWEETENED chocolate for baking and cooking no longer needs to be dull-looking, gritty and inedibly bitter.
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  12. interleague
  13. intraschool
  14. janjaweed
    • 2007 April 11, Helene Cooper, “U.S. Sends (Another) Warning on Darfur”, New York Times:
      Andrew S. Natsios, the United States special envoy to Sudan, told members of Congress that the administration was also considering travel bans on some Sudanese officials, and confiscating the savings accounts of Sudanese politicians connected with the government-backed Arab militias, called the janjaweed.
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  15. mageiritsa
    • 2007 April 11, “Letters”, New York Times:
      In “On Easter, Symbolism and the Exuberance of Spring” (April 4), I was perplexed by Nancy Harmon Jenkins’s opinion that mageiritsa is “quite impossible to prepare in the United States, where there is almost no access to baby lamb, let alone to its innards or to wild fennel greens.”
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  16. margherita *
  17. megawealthy
    • 2007 April 11, Geraldine Fabrikant, “Imperial Nights in Tunisia, With Mythology Underfoot”, New York Times:
      Americans who amass new fortunes today race to cover their walls with art that proclaims their status, but the status symbols of ancient North Africa’s megawealthy lay literally at their feet.
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  18. minerally
  19. misos
    • 2007 April 11, Jane Black, “Good Miso: It’s All About the Journey”, New York Times:
      While Japanese misos are traditionally made from just rice, barley or soybeans, South River now makes 11 kinds, including garbanzo bean, adzuki bean and a dandelion-leek brown rice miso that Mr. Elwell invented using wild greens he picked from the fields and woodlands around the farm.
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  20. muscovado
    • 2007 April 11, “Recipe: Supernatural Brownies”, New York Times:
      2 sticks (16 tablespoons) butter, more for pan and parchment paper 8 ounces bittersweet chocolate 4 eggs 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup dark brown sugar, such as muscovado 1 cup granulated sugar 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1 cup flour 1/2 cup chopped walnuts or 3/4 cup whole walnuts, optional.
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  21. nonoriginal
    • 2007 April 11, Ben Ratliff, “Chaos at the Line Where Performer and Audience Blur”, New York Times:
      And the bassist Mike Watt — the only nonoriginal member, replacing the deceased Dave Alexander — followed Iggy’s physical cues with half-crazed concentration, like a fisherman refusing to let go of a dangerous catch.
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  22. pontifications
    • 2007 April 11, Bernard Holland, “The Flute Is Awfully Nice, Tamino, but Check Out That Astral Sketchbook”, New York Times:
      Two commanding basses were at work: Kaiser N’Kosi as Sarastro and Zelotes Edmund Toliver as the Speaker. Mr. Kentridge showed his mistrust of Sarastro’s political pontifications by accompanying “In diesen heil’gen Hallen” with old footage of a white rhino shot to death at close range.
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  23. presentencing
    • 2007 April 11, Michael J. De La Merced, “Jailed Adviser Is Sentenced and Fined in Fraud Case”, New York Times:
      During yesterday’s two-hour hearing, with his mother and two adult children in attendance, Mr. Armstrong and his lawyer combed through the government’s presentencing memorandum, raising a score of objections.
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  24. radiothon
    • 2007 April 11, Alessandra Stanley, “Don Imus, Suspended, Still Talking”, New York Times:
      The radiothon begins on Thursday, leaving Mr. Imus more time to lobby to keep his job — and receive testimonials from longtime guests like the Newsweek columnist Howard Fineman and comrades in political incorrectitude like the comedian Bill Maher .
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  25. reinvasion
    • 2007 April 11, Isabel Kershner, “Israel Says Hamas Was Plotting Terrorist Attacks”, New York Times:
      A Hamas-orchestrated suicide bombing in the Park Hotel in the coastal city of Netanya on the eve of Passover in 2002 killed 30, and precipitated Israel’s reinvasion of the Palestinian cities of the West Bank.
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  26. restacked
    • 2007 April 11, Jane Black, “Good Miso: It’s All About the Journey”, New York Times:
      Over two days the koji is stacked and restacked in trays, in special formations to cultivate slow, healthy growth. Mr. Elwell adds sea salt, which he imports from Baja California, and mixes in soaked and cooked beans.
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  27. rieslings
    • 2007 April 11, Florence Fabricant, “Wine Calendar”, New York Times:
      For help in sorting out the terminology used for rieslings in Germany, there will be a free tasting and discussion on Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. at Acker Merrall & Condit, 160 West 72nd Street.
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  28. skyful
  29. spoofy
    • 2007 April 11, Caryn James, “Ever-Changing Fame, as Fluid as It Is Fleeting”, New York Times:
      On May 1, her last movie, “Illegal Aliens,” will go straight to DVD. In the film, meant to be a tongue-in-cheek sci-fi adventure, she mocks her dumb blonde image as one of as a trio of women from another planet who take human form — and jobs as Hollywood stunt coordinators — while fighting evil on Earth. Ms. Smith was one of the film’s producers, but even so, the spoofy approach of “Illegal Aliens” suggests that even Anna Nicole Smith didn’t think of Anna Nicole Smith as a serious actress.
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  30. spoonable
  31. ultrarightist
    • 2007 April 11, Elaine Sciolino, “France’s Unfocused Candidates Vie for Undecided Voters”, New York Times:
      PARIS, April 10 — Nicolas Sarkozy , the conservative candidate for president, suggests that pedophilia is most likely a genetic flaw; Ségolène Royal , the Socialist, does not seem to know that Taliban extremists are no longer running the government of Afghanistan; and Jean-Marie Le Pen , the ultrarightist, recommends masturbation instead of free condoms to meet young people’s sexual needs.
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  32. unpalatably
    • 2007 April 11, Julia Moskin, “Simple Pleasure, American Style”, New York Times:
      (I can think of plenty of ’80s trends that haven’t aged well — roasted garlic, for example — but chocolate is the only one that intersects so unpalatably with sexual politics.)
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  33. verdejo
    • 2007 April 11, Eric Asimov, “To Study Wine, Buy and Drink”, New York Times:
      Just the other night in a Spanish restaurant, I tasted a Rueda, a white wine made from the verdejo grape.
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  34. yuman

Sequestered[edit]

  1. lehua