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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-13 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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2007-04-13[edit]

  1. alcopops
  2. antigenocide
    • 2007 April 13, “Turkey and the U.N.’s Cover-Up”, New York Times:
      The exhibit’s organizer, a British-based antigenocide group, was willing to omit the words “in Turkey.”
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  3. atole
    • 2007 April 13, S. Kirk Walsh, “Festivals With a Mexican Flair”, New York Times:
      Visitors can learn to make their own tortillas or sample the traditional cornmeal drink atole.
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  4. cefixime
    • 2007 April 13, Lawrence K. Altman, “Agency Urges Change in Antibiotics for Gonorrhea”, New York Times:
      The centers also recommend the one-time use of cefixime, or Suprax, but tablets of cefixime are not available in the recommended 400-milligram dose.
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  5. conductorless
  6. demandingly
    • 2007 April 13, Roslyn Sulcas, “No Matter the Message, It’s Delivered With Dazzle”, New York Times:
      The rhythmic sounds are those that accompany Indian Kathak dance, and Mr. Battle uses their complexity and propulsiveness as an inspiration for a highly kinetic, demandingly coordinated dance that incorporates sudden scissoring jumps, low stamping, a contracting torso and fluttering hands — often all at the same time.
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  7. desertlike
    • 2007 April 13, John Schwartz, “Otherworldly Photos by Galileo, Voyager & Co.”, New York Times:
      Many are drawn from the multiyear project that culminated in Mr. Benson’s 2003 book, “Beyond: Visions of the Interplanetary Probes” (Harry N. Abrams); they provide views of hothouse Venus, desertlike Mars and two decidedly otherworldly moons of Jupiter: Io and Europa.
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  8. developable
    • 2007 April 13, Kristina Shevory, “Fractionals: A Warm Spot in a Cooling Market”, New York Times:
      In expensive ski towns, like Aspen and Vail, sales and prices have remained strong because there is little developable land and demand remains high.
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  9. diclofenac
    • 2007 April 13, Gardiner Harris, “F.D.A. Rejects Merck’s New Pain Medication”, New York Times:
      The panel discussed whether it was fair to penalize Merck’s drug for having a heart risk when older medicines like diclofenac that continue to be sold seemed to have similar risks.
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  10. disablements
    • 2007 April 13, Tyler Kepner, “Yankees Look for Answers as Injuries Mount”, New York Times:
      Last season, Cashman said, the Yankees used the disabled list four times for hamstring injuries (Miguel Cairo, Robinson Canó, Bubba Crosby and Aaron Small) and had seven muscle-related disablements in all.
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  11. draftsmanly
    • 2007 April 13, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      His palette whitened; his hand grew more draftsmanly.
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  12. fondants *
    • 2007 April 13, “Classical Music and Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      ‘FLAVIO’ (Tomorrow) Candy pink and candy green set the tone for Chas Rader-Shieber’s antic production of an opera that consists of arias nestled side by side, bright and sweet as a box of fondants: much of a good thing, leaving a reasonably pleasant aftertaste.
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  13. fractionals
    • 2007 April 13, Kristina Shevory, “Fractionals: A Warm Spot in a Cooling Market”, New York Times:
      Banks have also started offering specialized loans for fractionals in the last year, so buyers do not have to rely on home-equity loans, sell stocks or bonds, or cash in their bank accounts.
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  14. hammish
    • 2007 April 13, Richard Sandomir, “And in This Corner, the Sponsors”, New York Times:
      The fighters have granted HBO almost complete access, which should take full advantage of the boxers’ different training routines (De La Hoya’s is highly disciplined, Mayweather’s is less structured) and of Mayweather’s hammish personality, willingness to play the bad guy and desire for acclaim.
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  15. hitless
    • 2007 April 13, Ben Shpigel, “In Oldtimers Game at Shea, Glavine Outpitches Moyer”, New York Times:
      Over the next four innings, Glavine allowed only a single while facing the minimum 12 batters and held the Phillies’ dynamic left-handed hitters, Chase Utley and Ryan Howard, hitless in five at-bats.
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  16. hyperclean
    • 2007 April 13, Roberta Smith, “Space Redefined in Chelsea”, New York Times:
      The hyperclean Dia style, evident in all large Chelsea galleries, is in full cry around the corner at the new Gagosian space on West 21st Street.
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  17. informercial
    • 2007 April 13, Richard Sandomir, “And in This Corner, the Sponsors”, New York Times:
      Rick Bernstein, executive producer of HBO Sports, said the “24/7” series was not originally intended as a kind of big-fight informercial, but the fighters would not do the series if they did not benefit from it.
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  18. janjaweed
    • 2007 April 13, Helene Cooper, “Darfur Collides With Olympics, and China Yields”, New York Times:
      But none of those issues have packed the punch of Darfur, where at least 200,000 people — some say as many as 400,000 — mostly non-Arab men, women and children, have died and 2.5 million have been displaced, as government-backed Arab militias called the janjaweed have attacked the local population.
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  19. kilims
    • 2007 April 13, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      His dour nudes doze amid a clutter of kilims, plastic blow-up chairs, antique toys, weathervanes, fluorescent Mickey Mouse signs and model boats.
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  20. lemonades
  21. midpark
    • 2007 April 13, “Spare Times”, New York Times:
      Tomorrow at 10 a.m. and Sunday at 1 p.m., “Views From the Past,” meeting at the Dairy, midpark at 65th Street.
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  22. mistruths
  23. nonheavyweight
    • 2007 April 13, Richard Sandomir, “And in This Corner, the Sponsors”, New York Times:
      They would be pleased to outdo the nonheavyweight pay-per-view record of 1.4 million, for De La Hoya’s 1999 loss to Felix Trinidad , but they really want to shatter the 2 million mark.
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  24. ofloxacin
    • 2007 April 13, Lawrence K. Altman, “Agency Urges Change in Antibiotics for Gonorrhea”, New York Times:
      These drugs are meant to substitute for the three currently recommended fluoroquinolones, ciprofloxacin, or Cipro; ofloxacin, or Floxin; and levofloxacin, or Levaquin.
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  25. postminimalist
  26. propulsiveness
    • 2007 April 13, Roslyn Sulcas, “No Matter the Message, It’s Delivered With Dazzle”, New York Times:
      The rhythmic sounds are those that accompany Indian Kathak dance, and Mr. Battle uses their complexity and propulsiveness as an inspiration for a highly kinetic, demandingly coordinated dance that incorporates sudden scissoring jumps, low stamping, a contracting torso and fluttering hands — often all at the same time.
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  27. resentencing
    • 2007 April 13, Anemona Hartocollis, “Officer Convicted of Murder Is Once Again Denied Parole”, New York Times:
      The appellate division reversed a decision in October by Justice Marcy S. Friedman of State Supreme Court in Manhattan, who said that Mr. Phillips had been a model prisoner and posed no threat to society and that the parole board had, in essence, conducted its own resentencing.
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  28. spectinomycin
  29. splinterings
    • 2007 April 13, Roberta Smith, “Space Redefined in Chelsea”, New York Times:
      Art’s spaces really started multiplying in the 1960s, with the successive splinterings of Fluxus, Happenings, Pop, Minimalism, Arte Povera and Neo-Concrete and the Post-Minimalist flotilla of Conceptual Art, performance, earthworks, installation art and video.
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  30. spoutings
    • 2007 April 13, Harvey Fierstein, “Our Prejudices, Ourselves”, New York Times:
      During the last few months alone we’ve had a few comedians spout racism, a basketball coach put forth anti-Semitism and several high-profile spoutings of anti-gay epithets.
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  31. submarining
    • 2007 April 13, The Associated Press, “Shares Up as Investors Ponder Retail Data”, New York Times:
      “We’re really at the point of chicken, where the Fed is trying to ward off inflation without submarining the economy.”
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  32. tejano
    • 2007 April 13, S. Kirk Walsh, “Festivals With a Mexican Flair”, New York Times:
      The mood is exuberant: tejano bands set toes tapping, intrepid competitors wolf down hot peppers in jalapeño-eating contests, and young adults vie to serve as festival royalty.
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  33. tribespeople
    • 2007 April 13, Carlotta Gall, “Pakistani Army Says Its Forces Are Gaining in Tribal Lands”, New York Times:
      A rift emerged between a local commander and Uzbek fighters in his region in November and the military, and intelligence agencies admit they have sought to exploit the growing animosity among the local tribespeople toward the foreign militants, whom they accused of thuggery, robberies and murders.
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  34. trumpetlike
  35. underequipped
    • 2007 April 13, Helene Cooper, “Darfur Collides With Olympics, and China Yields”, New York Times:
      President Omar Hassan al-Bashir of Sudan has repeatedly refused American, African and European demands that he allow a United Nations peacekeeping force to supplement an underequipped and besieged African Union force of 7,000 soldiers who have been trying, with dwindling success, to restore order in the Darfur region.
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  36. unresisting
    • 2007 April 13, Alan Feuer, “11 Jail Guards Are Indicted in 2 Beatings in Brooklyn”, New York Times:
      In 2003, the inspector general for the United States Department of Justice issued two reports describing a pattern of mistreatment of detainees, and cited evidence that included videotapes of officers shoving unresisting, shackled detainees into walls and mocking them during body cavity searches.
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  37. workmaster

Sequestered[edit]

  1. cephalosphins = cephalosporins
  2. hyperimmaculate: not attestable
    • 2007 April 13, Roberta Smith, “Space Redefined in Chelsea”, New York Times:
      (The other two are more representative of the hyperimmaculate big box, as enshrined by the Dia Art Foundation , which took shape in SoHo in 1974, then moved to Chelsea before decamping to Beacon, N.Y., in 2003.)
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  3. solider = soldier
    • 2007 April 13, John Eligon, “Wounded Veterans Change Nets’ Perspective”, New York Times:
      Jason Kidd recalled seeing soldiers missing arms and legs, and hearing stories of a solider who was involved in three or four bombings.
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  4. unbarricadable: not attestable
    • 2007 April 13, Amelia Gentleman, “A Plan to Tame the Architectural Chaos of India’s Capital”, New York Times:
      If Baron Haussmann’s plan for transforming Paris lay in replacing crowded lanes with wide, unbarricadable boulevards, India’s minister of state for urban development, Ajay Maken, dreams of creating space to house the exploding population by growing vertically.
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