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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-04-26 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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100501 tokens ‧ 74145 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9105 types ‧ 39 (~ 0.428%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-04-26[edit]

  1. apache *
    • 2007 April 26, Jennifer Dunning, “Blurring the Line Between Grace and Goofy Charm”, New York Times:
      Sasha Janes’s “Lascia la Spina, Cogli la Rosa” is a more familiar kind of pas de deux — a lyrical apache dance — but no less appealing for that.
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  2. banklike
  3. candleholder
    • 2007 April 26, Mike Albo, “A Trip to the Gift Shop Is Like a Day at the Museum”, New York Times:
      It repeats some of the gifty tote bag and candleholder items from the sister store, but this is where you can get your hands on an authentic reproduction of an Eames lounge chair ($4,695) or a Bauhaus table lamp ($850; $265 for a replacement globe).
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  4. casher
  5. cosmetological
  6. dehumidification
    • 2007 April 26, Stephen Milioti, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      For homes in humid climates with wood paneling or lots of wood furniture, Humiditrol home dehumidification systems from Lennox (lennox.com ), which start at around $7,500, can be helpful.
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  7. folkishness
  8. gallerists
    • 2007 April 26, “A Little Reality, a Lot of Fantasy”, New York Times:
      It’s an aesthetic that particularly appeals to the art dealers and gallerists who were scouring the Milan fringe shows for new talent last week.
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  9. gifty
    • 2007 April 26, Mike Albo, “A Trip to the Gift Shop Is Like a Day at the Museum”, New York Times:
      It repeats some of the gifty tote bag and candleholder items from the sister store, but this is where you can get your hands on an authentic reproduction of an Eames lounge chair ($4,695) or a Bauhaus table lamp ($850; $265 for a replacement globe).
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  10. goonlike
    • 2007 April 26, Janet Maslin, “Terrorists Reel in a Pawn From Small-Town Iraq”, New York Times:
      The village’s simple-minded boy, “a pure and innocent creature closer to the Lord than the saints,” is mowed down by goonlike American soldiers, one of them literally foaming at the mouth.
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  11. gridlike
    • 2007 April 26, Robin Pogrebin, “Room With a View of an Architect’s Retired Ideas”, New York Times:
      There are also the projects that never got built. Mr. Meier offers glimpses of a 1981 headquarters for Renault outside Paris, and a “Memorial Square” he designed for the former World Trade Center site in Manhattan in collaboration with Eisenman Architects, Gwathmey Siegel & Associates and Steven Holl Architects. Mr. Meier said he was still fond of the design for the square, defined on the east and north with geometric gridlike buildings made of glass, and referred to it as “a lost opportunity.”
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  12. hatcheted
  13. healings
    • 2007 April 26, Laurie Goodstein, “Study Says Hispanics Alter U.S. Catholicism”, New York Times:
      The study, conducted by the Pew Hispanic Center and the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, found that half of Hispanic Catholics practice a “distinctive form” of charismatic Catholicism that includes speaking in tongues, miraculous healings and prophesying — practices more often associated with Pentecostalism.
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  14. highprofile
    • 2007 April 26, Norimitsu Onishi, “Japan Premier to Visit a Politically Changed Washington”, New York Times:
      President Bush took his predecessor, Junichiro Koizumi , on a highprofile visit to Graceland in Memphis, where Mr. Koizumi put on Elvis’s shades and played air guitar while mugging for the camera. Mr. Abe is expected to make a low-key visit, staying just one night in Washington and limiting his exposure to potentially uncomfortable questions about his views on Japan’s conduct during World War II.
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  15. learnings
    • 2007 April 26, Eric Pfanner, “This Internet TV Program Is Brought to You by ...”, New York Times:
      “We will be able to do rigorous testing and apply those learnings across our clients and agencies,” said Greg Johnson, the executive director of the lab.
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  16. maximalism
    • 2007 April 26, Eric Wilson, “If There’s a Buck in It Somewhere”, New York Times:
      “Antlers have a kind of maximalism that satisfies our urge for things to be overdesigned,” said David Wolfe, the creative director of the Doneger Group, which forecasts fashion and retail trends.
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  17. megayachts
  18. miniparks
    • 2007 April 26, Timothy Williams, “In Park Plan, a New Life for Spaces Long Closed”, New York Times:
      To meet its goal of having each person live within a half-mile walk to a park, the mayor’s initiative calls for opening public school playgrounds after school hours, during summers and on weekends; creating at least one new public plaza in each of the city’s 59 community board districts; and expanding the Greenstreets program, which turns street medians into miniparks.
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  19. ministership
  20. nondomestic
  21. nonnautical
    • 2007 April 26, David Colman, “Flashy but Well Within the Lines”, New York Times:
      What’s more, the stripe can almost magically convey nonnautical nautical, nonrugby rugby or non-’70s ’70s; it’s a kind of all-access pass of the style world.
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  22. nonnutritious
    • 2007 April 26, Marian Burros, “Panel Suggests Junk Food Ban in Schools to Help Fight Obesity”, New York Times:
      Most restrictions on children’s access to nonnutritious foods in schools are now voluntary, a system that industry groups like the Grocery Manufacturers Association and the American Beverage Association say works very well.
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  23. nonrugby
    • 2007 April 26, David Colman, “Flashy but Well Within the Lines”, New York Times:
      What’s more, the stripe can almost magically convey nonnautical nautical, nonrugby rugby or non-’70s ’70s; it’s a kind of all-access pass of the style world.
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  24. overheatedly
    • 2007 April 26, Janet Maslin, “Terrorists Reel in a Pawn From Small-Town Iraq”, New York Times:
      (Yasmina Khadra is a female pseudonym for a former Algerian army officer, Mohammed Moulessehoul, who lives in France and whose work has once again been overheatedly translated by John Cullen.)
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  25. popout
  26. predebate
    • 2007 April 26, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann and Tom Brokaw will provide predebate coverage at 6.
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  27. protectant
    • 2007 April 26, Stephen Milioti, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      The waxy chemicals in a traditional aerosol polish or protectant leave residue that settles into tiny cracks and mars the wood’s original beauty.
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  28. pumicelike
  29. reclusively
  30. refinisher
    • 2007 April 26, Stephen Milioti, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      (One online resource for finding a refinisher in your area is servicemagic.com .)
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  31. rescored
  32. resentencing
    • 2007 April 26, Linda Greenhouse, “Justices, 5 to 4, Overturn 3 Texas Death Sentences”, New York Times:
      Because all three decisions dealt with an idiosyncratic provision of the Texas death penalty law that is no longer in effect, their practical significance may be limited to requiring the resentencing of several dozen inmates on that state’s death row.
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  33. shriekfests
    • 2007 April 26, Sharon Waxman, “Hollywood’s Shortage of Female Power”, New York Times:
      Even though, at first glance, a slate filled with films like “Bug” and “Hostel 2” would seem to be classic male-oriented shriekfests, the reality is that women are avid fans of horror films.
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  34. songful
    • 2007 April 26, Steve Smith, “The Forgotten and Offbeat, With Dashes of Ludwig Van”, New York Times:
      Ambiguous post-Impressionist harmonies and songful melodies filled the first three movements with a dreamy luminosity that virtually guaranteed an emotional response.
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  35. stonewaller
    • 2007 April 26, Ginia Bellafante, “The Medium, the Message, the Drama of TV’s Q & A”, New York Times:
      Much of the drama of “Frost/Nixon” rests on the idea that Nixon was a consummate stonewaller and Mr. Frost a glitz-hound and possible nincompoop, incapable of the obduracy required for such a reportorial effort.
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  36. televises *
    • 2007 April 26, Pete Thamel, “B.C.S. Format Receives a Reprieve, for Now”, New York Times:
      The B.C.S. is entering the second year of its television contract with Fox, which televises every game in the B.C.S. rotation except the Rose Bowl.
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  37. unsully
    • 2007 April 26, Ginia Bellafante, “The Medium, the Message, the Drama of TV’s Q & A”, New York Times:
      The footage of the interviews available at the Museum of Television and Radio includes the commercials, many of which have the strange subliminal effect of reminding us that we are watching a man try to unsully himself.
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  38. unsyncopated
    • 2007 April 26, Jon Pareles, “A Collaboration Recalls an Isolated Rural America”, New York Times:
      Mr. Hornsby, who is fluent in piano idioms from gospel to modern jazz, aligned his solos with bluegrass timing — fast, twinkling, unsyncopated lines, sometimes playing parallel to Andy Leftwich’s fiddle parts — but also, at some points, refracted the harmonies through dissonance-laced jazz chords. Mr. Skaggs, who plays all sorts of stringed instruments, usually stuck to mandolin, playing solos that darted and twanged at sometimes dizzying speed or trading breaks with Mr. Leftwich, Cody Kilby on guitar and Jim Mills on banjo.
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