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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-14 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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82002 tokens ‧ 60260 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7933 types ‧ 26 (~ 0.328%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-04-14[edit]

  1. anticensorship
    • 2007 April 14, Alina Tugend, “Tools to Keep the Web Safe for Children”, New York Times:
      The war between parents and children over control of the Internet is mirrored in the technological world’s battles over filters and monitoring software; there are anticensorship Web sites like peacefire.org that show how to circumvent blocking software.
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  2. asenapine
    • 2007 April 14, William J. Holstein, “The Science of Attacking Cholesterol”, New York Times:
      The company is completing the purchase of Organon BioSciences to gain access to medicines in that company’s research pipeline like asenapine for schizophrenia .
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  3. barrierlike
  4. charism
    • 2007 April 14, Peter Steinfels, “A Catholic Debate Mounts on the Meaning of ‘Just War’”, New York Times:
      Reviewing the prudential warnings and moral qualms issued by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops , “it is hard not to conclude,” the editors write, “that the bishops’ charism, rather than the president’s, has better served the nation.”
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  5. elusory
    • 2007 April 14, Peter Steinfels, “A Catholic Debate Mounts on the Meaning of ‘Just War’”, New York Times:
      In his latest essay, Mr. Weigel grapples with the fact that those costs have become painfully evident, and the larger concerns of security, justice and freedom increasingly elusory.
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  6. geekily
    • 2007 April 14, Mike Hale, “A Turtle Goes Home, in Old-School Style”, New York Times:
      It also feels like a bit of bait and switch, at a time when television documentaries tend to be geekily scientific, with degree-laden talking heads explaining every aspect of what you’re seeing.
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  7. hitless
    • 2007 April 14, Stuart Miller, “Breaking the Truth Barrier”, New York Times:
      After that hitless Opening Day he wrote in a column for The Pittsburgh Courier: “Whenever I hear my wife read fairy tales to my little boy, I’ll listen.
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  8. horsehead
  9. interreligious
  10. keyless
    • 2007 April 14, Micheline Maynard, “Car Keys Could Go the Way of Tail Fins”, New York Times:
      Today’s keyless models use a fob — the small remote control device that most modern cars use to lock and unlock doors — but it performs the additional duty of sending a signal to the ignition.
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  11. ladykilling
    • 2007 April 14, Stuart Lavietes, “Barry Nelson, Broadway and Film Actor, Dies at 86”, New York Times:
      That was when he played Jimmy Bond, an Americanized version of Ian Fleming ’s ladykilling international spy, in an adaptation of “Casino Royale” for the CBS anthology series “Climax!”
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  12. monthslong
    • 2007 April 14, Adam Nossiter, “Ex-Senator Will Not Run for Governor of Louisiana”, New York Times:
      NEW ORLEANS, April 13 — A former United States Senator, John B. Breaux , ended his monthslong flirtation with the Louisiana governor’s race Friday evening, declaring that he would be not be a candidate in the election this fall.
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  13. mudflaps
    • 2007 April 14, Virginia Heffernan, “An Amazing Race, With Cars as the Stars”, New York Times:
      A tougher character, Winston (Kevin Alejandro), has a sinuous, bare-breasted lady as a hood ornament — a kind of precursor to the silhouette lady of mudflaps — that, along with a logo, denotes a low-riding Chevy Impala.
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  14. noh *
    • 2007 April 14, Anne Midgette, “A Parable Cuts Across Cultures, Using the Sparest of Blades”, New York Times:
      In 1998 the actor and director Yoshi Oida created a production for young artists at the Aix-en-Provence Festival that touched on the piece’s Japanese roots — it was based on the noh drama “Sumidagawa” — and respected its monastic spareness.
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  15. nonprint
    • 2007 April 14, The New York Times, “New Appointments at the Times Company”, New York Times:
      Mr. Haskell, 38, will oversee sales and advertising for nytimes.com and will play a crucial role in helping the company expand its digital advertising as it seeks more revenue from nonprint sources.
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  16. nontypical
  17. pseudospiritual
    • 2007 April 14, Alessandra Stanley, “The World Since 9/11, in Detail and Sorrow”, New York Times:
      Mr. Qutb went on to work up a pseudospiritual justification of Islamic terrorism that inspired and emboldened many, including Osama bin Laden and his deputy, Ayman al-Zawahri .
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  18. radiothon
    • 2007 April 14, Richard Sandomir, “Post-Imus, WFAN Opts for More Sports, for Now”, New York Times:
      On their show yesterday Mr. Francesa and Mr. Russo lauded Mr. Imus’s career, excoriated CBS Radio for firing him with a day left in the station’s annual charity radiothon — in which Mr. Imus was customarily a central figure — and attacked those who had benefited from Mr. Imus’s praise, salesmanship and backing but had failed to defend him publicly.
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  19. sinkerball
  20. spaghettilike
    • 2007 April 14, Vivien Schweitzer, “Prokofiev’s Take on Pushkin’s Czar, Revealed at Last”, New York Times:
      The Polish ball is one of the most visually striking scenes in the staging, which features floor-to-ceiling spaghettilike cords that encourage the actors (all Princeton undergraduates) to adopt fully Meyerhold’s intensely physical style of acting.
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  21. stylization
    • 2007 April 14, Anne Midgette, “A Parable Cuts Across Cultures, Using the Sparest of Blades”, New York Times:
      In “Curlew River” formal stylization reins, and the instruments of the unusual seven-piece ensemble — double bass and harp, viola and horn, odd combinations intended to capture some of the flavor of a gagaku orchestra — are more individualized than the figures onstage.
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  22. unbelted
    • 2007 April 14, David W. Chen, “Corzine Facing Severe Hurdles in Intensive Care”, New York Times:
      Still, doctors and state officials did not mince words in discussing Mr. Corzine’s situation after a crash that was much worse than initially reported, with the unbelted Mr. Corzine jettisoned from the front passenger seat into the back from the impact.
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  23. uncommoner
    • 2007 April 14, Charles Isherwood, “Taking His Theater Talent Well Over the Rainbow”, New York Times:
      If you are now demanding to know how a drag queen singing this sentimental standard could possibly be described as anything but a camp cliché — let alone a happening — you need to make the acquaintance of the man singing it, an actor of uncommon gifts and uncommoner aspect named David Greenspan.
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  24. unintegrated
    • 2007 April 14, Virginia Heffernan, “An Amazing Race, With Cars as the Stars”, New York Times:
      Still, for all the current talk of integrating advertising into programming, as opposed to alternating programming with ads in the old model, there’s something distinctly unintegrated about this finished product.
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