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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-22 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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2007-04-22[edit]

  1. beastes
    • 2007 April 22, “Nonfiction Chronicle”, New York Times:
      In 1585 the British artist John White accompanied a group of colonists to the North Carolina coast with instructions to “drawe to liefe all strange birdes, beastes, fishes, plantes.
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  2. birdes
    • 2007 April 22, “Nonfiction Chronicle”, New York Times:
      In 1585 the British artist John White accompanied a group of colonists to the North Carolina coast with instructions to “drawe to liefe all strange birdes, beastes, fishes, plantes.
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  3. blazingly
    • 2007 April 22, Terrence Rafferty, “The Infinite Variety of the Lady Stanwyck”, New York Times:
      On those infrequent occasions when she does set out to be seductive — as, for example, in Billy Wilder ’s great film noir “Double Indemnity” (1944) — she makes her intentions blazingly obvious.
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  4. boho
    • 2007 April 22, Victoria De Silverio, “And Ghosts Drink Free”, New York Times:
      But on a recent Saturday night, the patrons at Star Lounge, the new nightclub cocooned in the hotel’s basement, weren’t feeling nostalgic, neither for the boho ghosts of William Burroughs, Edie Sedgwick and Dylan Thomas, nor for Serena, the eccentric boîte the Star Lounge replaced.
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  5. bowerbirds
    • 2007 April 22, Amy Stewart, “How the Worm Turns”, New York Times:
      Unlike those flamboyant bowerbirds, a worm might simply decide that it is better off without us, and retire from public life.
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  6. carajillos
  7. caritas *
    • 2007 April 22, Stephen Metcalf, “The God Disillusion”, New York Times:
      If the spirit should finally move me, and I answer the call to care for my fellow man unconditionally, the biggest challenge will be extending my newfound caritas to the religious zealots, for it is the zealots — more than the child molesters, petro-dictators or certain on-air personalities of the Fox News persuasion — whom I despise above all.
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  8. cel *
    • 2007 April 22, Edward Lewine, “The Comedians Lair”, New York Times:
      Possession that reminds him of himself : I got this “Simpsons” animation cel that mimics the Beatles Red and Blue albums.
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  9. choicer
    • 2007 April 22, Liesl Schillinger, “Life of the Party”, New York Times:
      But unless you’ve spent a good deal of the last half-century working and playing in Midtown Manhattan (or among the choicer palazzi of Venice), you may have failed to hear of his locally larger-than-life contemporary, Leo Lerman.
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  10. communitarianism
    • 2007 April 22, Lance Morrow, “Be My Neighbor”, New York Times:
      That’s McKibben’s Frank Capra communitarianism: After all, the folks on the bus in “It Happened One Night” had a wonderful time singing “The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze.”
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  11. concepting
    • 2007 April 22, Rob Walker, “Ink Inc.”, New York Times:
      Lately he has been applying his aesthetic to household objects by way of a laser-etching machine, and formed his own creative agency, Mama Tried, so he can work with new clients “from the concepting stage,” consulting on a brand’s entire image, rather than just doing illustrations.
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  12. concertgoing
  13. counterplay
  14. depthless
    • 2007 April 22, Tom Shone, “Fish Story”, New York Times:
      How all this will read in 20 years, or even two, is hard to say, although one suspects that what seemed so vertiginously modern will ultimately seem like so much cyber-age psychedelia — as depthless and woozy as paisley-patterned shirts.
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  15. detrita
    • 2007 April 22, New York Times[1]:
      My earth science teacher in high school explained that Jamaica Avenue was situated on the geological terminal moraine, whereupon the glaciers of millions of years past deposited their detrita.
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  16. draftniks
    • 2007 April 22, John Branch, “In College, Insurance Can Be Best Policy”, New York Times:
      Insurance companies, playing the part of fortune tellers and draftniks, have told Brohm’s father, Oscar, that they will risk millions of dollars to insure the family against the slim chance that Brohm never signs a professional contract.
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  17. expeditors
    • 2007 April 22, Jennifer Conlin, “A Heightened Summer Rush for Passports”, New York Times:
      “You might think that the increase in demand for passports would mean expeditors would receive more slots, but that is simply not the case,” said Jeffrey Fine, chief executive of CIBT, which also offers expediting services. Mr. Fine said that CIBT was now selling out nearly all its slots daily.
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  18. fatedness
    • 2007 April 22, Yew Leong Lee, “Cold Currency”, New York Times:
      In the end, nothing that dramatic happened, but after our night together, everything became imbued with what I now see as a certain fatedness.
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  19. flosser
    • 2007 April 22, Mark Sarvas, “Hello, Stranger”, New York Times:
      “Though he was barely 23,” Wilcox writes of the professional flosser, “Edsell’s lantern jaw and narrow-set eyes gave him the spry, wizened look of an octogenarian.”
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  20. foamer
    • 2007 April 22, Rachel Corbett, “Can He Get There From Here?”, New York Times:
      His name had been mentioned in a newspaper article about the design of the city’s subway map, and his map was posted on foamer blogs like Live From the Third Rail.
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  21. foodlike
    • 2007 April 22, Michael Pollan, “You Are What You Grow”, New York Times:
      Compared with a bunch of carrots, a package of Twinkies, to take one iconic processed foodlike substance as an example, is a highly complicated, high-tech piece of manufacture, involving no fewer than 39 ingredients, many themselves elaborately manufactured, as well as the packaging and a hefty marketing budget.
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  22. forechecking
  23. gallerists
    • 2007 April 22, Julia Chaplin, “The Life of the After-Party”, New York Times:
      So they set up for the week in a kitschy karaoke club in the basement of the Shelborne hotel on South Beach and packed it with dewy art stars and gallerists.
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  24. graffitist
    • 2007 April 22, Julia Chaplin, “The Life of the After-Party”, New York Times:
      ANDRÉ SARAIVA, the slight 35-year-old graffitist and night-life entrepreneur, showed up at the Emmanuel Perrotin gallery in the Marais on a recent Saturday night in his trademark impossibly skinny jeans and a navy Thom Browne peacoat.
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  25. gridlike
    • 2007 April 22, Rachel Corbett, “Can He Get There From Here?”, New York Times:
      The lines bend only in 45- and 90-degree angles, to create a gridlike pattern.
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  26. hitless
    • 2007 April 22, The Associated Press, “Lee Is All Business in Return to Milwaukee”, New York Times:
      Lee went into the game tied for the National League lead in runs batted in with 17 but was hitless in his previous seven at-bats.
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  27. hyperscrutinized
  28. imbecilities
    • 2007 April 22, Tony Judt, “France Looks Ahead, and It Doesn’t Look Good”, New York Times:
      Let’s not forget the hysterical Francophobia of 2003: not just the imbecilities of “freedom fries” but xenophobic outbursts from Congress, the Bush administration and the mainstream American press, where prominent commentators called for France to be thrown off the Security Council and offered to let French “weasels” hold our coats while Americans once again did their fighting for them.
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  29. injera
    • 2007 April 22, Winter Miller, “Cats in the Alley”, New York Times:
      Two large platters of vegetables and meat over injera, a spongy flatbread, arrived. Mr. Sheik demonstrated the art of tearing injera and scooping.
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  30. interleague
    • 2007 April 22, Dan Rosenheck, “One League Is Superior, and Don’t Blame the Yankees”, New York Times:
      And although the teams had the same 2006 won-lost record and split their interleague games, last year’s Yankees probably would have beaten the Mets comfortably had they played more games against each other.
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  31. jeepney
    • 2007 April 22, Karen Olsson, “I Pledge Allegiance”, New York Times:
      Unnerved when a jeepney driver gives him a hostile look, Changez puzzles over its significance until he glances at one of his colleagues and feels his own hostility toward the other man’s “oblivious immersion” in his work.
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  32. junkily
    • 2007 April 22, Terrence Rafferty, “The Infinite Variety of the Lady Stanwyck”, New York Times:
      The other precode film in the retrospective, Frank Capra’s “Bitter Tea of General Yen” (also 1933), isn’t quite so junkily entertaining.
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  33. kagan
    • 2007 April 22, Michael Chabon, “‘Gentlemen of the Road’”, New York Times:
      Across a river frozen to the depth of a planted spear, along an avenue of blazing torches, drawn by reindeer in a royal sledge with fittings of mica and electrum, accompanied by ram’s-horn blasts and harness bells and the scrape of iron runners against the ice; tender contraband, hidden at her father’s side in the grandiose reek of a bearskin, with the heat and the weight of him against her and the full moon hanging minted against the sky like a bright dirham: that was the way she had last crossed over to the island of the kagan and the palace where he dwelt in friendless splendor.
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  34. keytar
  35. knick
    • 2007 April 22, Phil Patton, “BMW’s Shanghai Surprise”, New York Times:
      There is an echo of BMW’s hallmark roof-pillar shape — called the Hofmeister knick — impressed in the sheet metal.
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  36. landmarked
    • 2007 April 22, Jennifer Bleyer, “In Big Mac Country, Gilded Age Yearnings”, New York Times:
      The author of the blog 110livingston.net , which is aimed at future residents of the condo taking shape at the former home of the city’s Board of Education, wrote that “we can only hope something more appropriate goes in at this landmarked interior — like maybe Gage & Tollner?”
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  37. liefe
    • 2007 April 22, “Nonfiction Chronicle”, New York Times:
      In 1585 the British artist John White accompanied a group of colonists to the North Carolina coast with instructions to “drawe to liefe all strange birdes, beastes, fishes, plantes.
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  38. lungwort
    • 2007 April 22, Kate Zernike, “Big”, New York Times:
      Sillett’s decision to enter botany shortly after his initial redwood climb is explained in merely one sentence: as he listens to a naturalist discuss the importance of “what Lobaria, or lungwort, does in a forest,” Preston writes, “he decided that he wanted to spend the rest of his life studying Lobaria in the trees.”
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  39. margherita *
    • 2007 April 22, Gisela Williams, “Who Needs Venice When Zagreb (or Bruges . . .) Beckons?”, New York Times:
      You can't go wrong with Pizzeria di Matteo (94 Via Tribunali; 39-081-455-262) and L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele dal 1870 (Via Cesare Sersale 1/3; 39-081-553-9204; www.damichele.net ), which serve two types of fresh pies (marinara or margherita) with perfectly thin crusts for about 4 euros.
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  40. medicalized
    • 2007 April 22, Stephen Metcalf, “The God Disillusion”, New York Times:
      A skeptic in this tradition, Darcey Steinke is also, in her own way, a skeptic about the virtues of the contemporary memoir, now a mostly secular genre in which every human unhappiness is trendily medicalized or assigned its origin in a topical childhood trauma.
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  41. micromanager
  42. microscaled
    • 2007 April 22, Henry Alford, “Micro Comic”, New York Times:
      The microscaled, high-concept humor piece seems to be in vogue with all the cool kids: see the recent book of lists from McSweeney’s, “Mountain Man Dance Moves,” or “The Areas of My Expertise,” by John Hodgman.
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  43. midmarket
  44. milelong
    • 2007 April 22, Elsa Brenner, “A Makeover in Progress, and Modern Art, Too”, New York Times:
      VITAL SIGNS The milelong stretch of Main Street reflects Beacon’s quirky spirit but still bears witness to hard times, now mostly past.
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  45. minimuffin
    • 2007 April 22, Aleksandra Crapanzano, “Paris Match”, New York Times:
      Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and butter 24 madeleine molds or minimuffin tins (bake in batches if needed).
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  46. multigender
    • 2007 April 22, Kelley Holland, “How Diversity Makes a Team Click”, New York Times:
      “Multicultural teams today are like the multigender teams of yesterday,” said Ilene H. Lang, the president of Catalyst, a research and advisory organization that aims to expand opportunities for women at work.
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  47. municipals
  48. mushairas
    • 2007 April 22, Tobin Harshaw, “King of Delhi”, New York Times:
      Deep into the night, he oversaw drunken poetry competitions called mushairas.
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  49. noncash
    • 2007 April 22, The Associated Press, “Governor to Try a Food Stamp-Size Budget”, New York Times:
      The Bush administration has proposed several cuts, among them taking food stamps from about 185,000 people because they receive other noncash government assistance.
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  50. nonestablishment
    • 2007 April 22, Polly Morrice, “Children on Demand”, New York Times:
      “Eye hoop they all have babies!” he declares in what Mundy, a writer for The Washington Post Magazine, calls his “wonderfully nonestablishment, workingman’s burr.”
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  51. opines *
    • 2007 April 22, Henry Alford, “Micro Comic”, New York Times:
      Mrs. Premise opines: “It’s a funny thing, freedom.
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  52. overmix
    • 2007 April 22, Aleksandra Crapanzano, “Paris Match”, New York Times:
      Don’t overmix; it’s O.K. if a few lumps remain.
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  53. oversweet
    • 2007 April 22, Lance Morrow, “Be My Neighbor”, New York Times:
      McKibben says in effect, All right, we are two nations: 1) Wal-Mart Nation (gigantic, globalized, unsustainable in the face of climate change and the trashing of nature and the coming exhaustion of the world’s fossil fuels), a world predicted half a century ago by Lucille Ball in the chocolate factory, desperately gobbling oversweet glut from the unstoppable assembly line; and 2) Farmers’ Market Nation (manageably small, localized, communitarian, neighborly, calibrated to the human scale).
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  54. overusers
    • 2007 April 22, Matt Richtel, “It Don’t Mean a Thing if You Ain’t Got That Ping”, New York Times:
      But because the tool is tied to productivity, defined by some as essential to modern employment, overusers don’t really regard their habit as the digital equivalent of firing up a Marlboro outside work.
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  55. oxford *
    • 2007 April 22, Winter Miller, “Cats in the Alley”, New York Times:
      Mr. Gallagher wore a beige oxford with an ocher necktie and brown corduroys.
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  56. palazzi *
    • 2007 April 22, Liesl Schillinger, “Life of the Party”, New York Times:
      But unless you’ve spent a good deal of the last half-century working and playing in Midtown Manhattan (or among the choicer palazzi of Venice), you may have failed to hear of his locally larger-than-life contemporary, Leo Lerman.
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  57. paraglides
    • 2007 April 22, Stacey Stowe, “Did Somebody Say Indiana Jones?”, New York Times:
      For his own risks, Mr. Bernstein said, he triple-checks every knot and loop when he paraglides or rappels, adding, “I’m not cavalier, and I don’t have a death wish.”
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  58. passings
    • 2007 April 22, Elizabeth Olson, “Ah, the Sun, the Sea and Financial Advice”, New York Times:
      dwindling options As a licensed funeral director and founder and chairman of Service Corporation International, the mortuary operator, R. L. Waltrip knows something about untimely passings.
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  59. pathbreaker
    • 2007 April 22, Ben Ratliff, “Not Reunions, Reinventions (Back and Better. Really.)”, New York Times:
      How do you identify, then, with an aging act whose members are well past their original states of mind, have mostly relocated to sunnier places, and whose prime motivation would appear to be making money through entertainment consortiums like AEG Live, which controls Goldenvoice, the concert promoter behind the Coachella Valley Music and Arts festival in California, and the pathbreaker in the marketing of recent-past reunions?
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  60. paybacks
  61. pentimento *
  62. plantes *
    • 2007 April 22, “Nonfiction Chronicle”, New York Times:
      In 1585 the British artist John White accompanied a group of colonists to the North Carolina coast with instructions to “drawe to liefe all strange birdes, beastes, fishes, plantes.
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  63. postgraduation
    • 2007 April 22, Karen Olsson, “I Pledge Allegiance”, New York Times:
      Starting with his job interview at Underwood Samson, a small firm that appraises businesses around the world, and a postgraduation trip to Greece with friends from Princeton, Changez maintains an outsider’s double perspective.
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  64. precode
    • 2007 April 22, Terrence Rafferty, “The Infinite Variety of the Lady Stanwyck”, New York Times:
      The other precode film in the retrospective, Frank Capra’s “Bitter Tea of General Yen” (also 1933), isn’t quite so junkily entertaining.
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  65. qof
    • 2007 April 22, Michael Chabon, “‘Gentlemen of the Road’”, New York Times:
      At the southern tip of the island that was shaped like a letter qof they splashed up a stone embankment and clambered stiff and stumbling like unarticulated iron beings.
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  66. rerent
    • 2007 April 22, Jay Romano, “Not Having a Lease Can Be a Good Thing”, New York Times:
      While residential landlords in Brooklyn , Queens and Staten Island have been required by some courts to minimize that liability by trying to rerent the apartment, an appeals court for Manhattan and the Bronx has ruled that landlords in those boroughs can go after the tenants for the total rent due without trying to rerent the apartment.
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  67. sefirot
    • 2007 April 22, David Colman, “A Good Luck Charm With Ideas of Its Own”, New York Times:
      It bears the image of a man etched with the sefirot, the 10 divine attributes, and the legend “Ein Sof,” the kabbalah term for the infinite substance of creation (or for God himself, depending on the context).
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  68. superstate
    • 2007 April 22, Matt Gross, “Adventures in Low-Cost Travel”, New York Times:
      Despite this sneakiness, these airlines remain the best way to bounce around the increasingly borderless superstate known as Europe — faster than railroads, more comfortable than a bus (if you’re lucky), and far cheaper than the major carriers.
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  69. swellness
  70. swordfights
    • 2007 April 22, Campbell Robertson, “A Royal Behemoth Stumbles to Broadway”, New York Times:
      It had all the elements — bad guys, swordfights, love affairs and a strong heroine — and it was a show that would be filled with Irish music and dancing, a kind of production they had done before, rather fruitfully.
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  71. tentaclelike
    • 2007 April 22, “Amanda Cody and Mark Donohue”, New York Times:
      He had stapled extra long sleeves to the suit so that he would have Mr. Tickle’s tentaclelike arms.
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  72. tonier
  73. toponomist
    • 2007 April 22, Douglas Martin, “Kelsie B. Harder, Name Expert, Dies at 84”, New York Times:
      As a toponomist — an onomastician who specializes in place names — he was director of the Place Name Survey of the United States, and in 1990 gave the keynote address at the Library of Congress on the 100th anniversary of the United States Board on Geographic Names.
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  74. twitterers
  75. ultramodernity
    • 2007 April 22, Antoinette Martin, “Both Ultramodern and Dated”, New York Times:
      THE American Can Company factory building here — which was the birthplace of the modern American beer can — is undergoing conversion into more than 500 condominium lofts that will retain a distinct industrial flavor, spiked with ultramodernity.
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  76. ultrasounds
    • 2007 April 22, Erik Eckholm, “In Turnabout, Infant Deaths Climb in South”, New York Times:
      Obesity makes it more difficult to do diagnostic tests like ultrasounds and can lead to hypertension and diabetes, which can cause the fetus to be undernourished, he said.
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  77. unaffectionate
    • 2007 April 22, Jennifer Senior, “Tabloid Queen”, New York Times:
      She was the granddaughter of the German Jewish banking magnate Jacob H. Schiff and was raised by a distant, unaffectionate mother so filled with assimilationist anxiety that she refused to let her daughter attend the debutante balls of other Jewish girls.
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  78. ungently
    • 2007 April 22, Kelefa Sanneh, “Even Rappers Want to Be Rock Stars”, New York Times:
      In her gently (or ungently) assertive singing and his quietly crazed murmuring, you can hear refracted echoes of punk rants and indie-rock ballads.
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  79. unintegrated
    • 2007 April 22, Jennifer Senior, “Tabloid Queen”, New York Times:
      Instead, Nissenson paints a low-resolution portrait, unintegrated and pixelated, a scramble on a scrim.
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  80. unmold
    • 2007 April 22, Aleksandra Crapanzano, “Paris Match”, New York Times:
      Transfer to a rack to cool for a few minutes, unmold and serve warm.
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  81. unshowered
    • 2007 April 22, Matt Gross, “Adventures in Low-Cost Travel”, New York Times:
      UNRESTED and unshowered, I arrived at Luton Airport, in suburban London , around 5 a.m., and did not expect my situation to improve.
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  82. unvivid
    • 2007 April 22, Jennifer Senior, “Tabloid Queen”, New York Times:
      And Nissenson describes momentous events in timid, unvivid terms, when they should reveal something about Schiff’s inner life.
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  83. watercoloring
    • 2007 April 22, Rob Walker, “Ink Inc.”, New York Times:
      “I made phenomenal money watercoloring these same pictures I’d been tattooing on people.”
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  84. wazir
    • 2007 April 22, Tobin Harshaw, “King of Delhi”, New York Times:
      To be fair, the Islamic Mughal empire Zafar inherited in 1837 had been in steep decline since the death of Emperor Aurangzeb — as pitiless a tyrant as ever had a wazir disembowled — 130 years earlier.
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  85. zinefest
    • 2007 April 22, “Nonfiction Chronicle”, New York Times:
      The book, Calhoun says, incorporates ideas, in grossly degraded form, from a feminist "zinefest" subculture that had inspired her in her youth.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. coood = could
    • 2007 April 22, Polly Morrice, “Children on Demand”, New York Times:
      “What coood be better than a baby?”
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  2. disembowled = disembowelled
    • 2007 April 22, Tobin Harshaw, “King of Delhi”, New York Times:
      To be fair, the Islamic Mughal empire Zafar inherited in 1837 had been in steep decline since the death of Emperor Aurangzeb — as pitiless a tyrant as ever had a wazir disembowled — 130 years earlier.
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  3. finanical = financial
    • 2007 April 22, D. T. Max, “Money Talks”, New York Times:
      Manuel succumbs to Thorne’s charms, too — they do shots at a trendy nightclub with some Fashion Week models — and includes him and Quinn in a conference in Cabo, where the firm has rented a resort for “just a bit under a million dollars” to pursue Latin America’s finanical elite.
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  4. pseudocakes
    • 2007 April 22, Michael Pollan, “You Are What You Grow”, New York Times:
      So how can the supermarket possibly sell a pair of these synthetic cream-filled pseudocakes for less than a bunch of roots?
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  5. rau * in rau ram
    • 2007 April 22, “Cinema Crudités”, New York Times:
      Appetizers include a crab meat soup with tapioca noodles, and an exquisitely balanced salad with ribbons of grilled hanger steak folding under, over and around pineapple, pomelo, kaffir lime, cucumber, chili pepper and rau ram, a minty herb often called the Vietnamese coriander.
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  6. swiss
    • 2007 April 22, Aleksandra Crapanzano, “Paris Match”, New York Times:
      Her stew is of curried chickpeas, lentils and swiss chard.
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  7. tonka only in tonka bean
  8. writting = writing
    • 2007 April 22, Jane And Michael Stern, “Early Retirement”, New York Times:
      “I be writting with regards to my cusin who been in prison for allejedelly runing over the game wardin in his pickup,” a constituent writes to his congressman.
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