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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-01 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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99991 tokens ‧ 74383 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9171 types ‧ 38 (~ 0.414%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-05-01[edit]

  1. aviculturist
    • 2007 May 1, Carl Zimmer, “In Ducks, War of the Sexes Plays Out in the Evolution of Genitalia”, New York Times:
      The duck was quietly resting upside-down against the stomach of Ian Gereg, an aviculturist here at the Livingston Ripley Waterfowl Sanctuary. Dr. Brennan, a post-doctoral researcher at Yale University and the University of Sheffield, visits the sanctuary every two weeks to measure the phalluses of six species of ducks.
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  2. bloodclotting
    • 2007 May 1, Natalie Angier, “For Motherly X Chromosome, Gender Is Only the Beginning”, New York Times:
      Because it holds a mere 50ish different genes against its counterpart’s 1,100, the vast majority of X-based genes have no potential pinch-hitter on the Y. A boy who inherits from his mother an X chromosome that enfolds a faulty gene for a bloodclotting factor, say, or for a muscle protein or for a color receptor won’t find succor in the chromosomal analogue bestowed by Dad. He will be born with hemophilia , or muscular dystrophy, or color-blindness.
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  3. coevolving
  4. committedness
  5. crotales
  6. datebook
  7. dishdasha
    • 2007 May 1, Joe Drape, “Bloodlines Worth Their Weight in Gold”, New York Times:
      Sheik Mohammed switched from a gold dishdasha to a black one, gave out one trophy after another, and indicated that the Dubai World Cup, the world’s richest race, was going to get richer because he intended to plump its $6 million purse to $10 million.
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  8. ecorestoration
    • 2007 May 1, Matt Richtel, “Recruiting Plankton to Fight Global Warming”, New York Times:
      Planktos, an "ecorestoration company," will deploy a ship to dissolve tons of iron, an essential plankton nutrient, over a 10,000-square-kilometer patch of ocean.
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  9. funnymen
  10. gumby
  11. hackwork
    • 2007 May 1, Virginia Heffernan, “One More Tango for Brando and His Golden Mumble”, New York Times:
      Later accounts of his hackwork (“Candy,” anyone?), when he was acting to support his life in Tahiti or his forays into politics, are entertaining.
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  12. headsail
    • 2007 May 1, The Associated Press, “Oracle Slips in Unlikely Upset”, New York Times:
      But the American team lost its headsail halfway through the first upwind lap and was forced to finish the upwind legs with a single sail, allowing the Chinese team to win with ease by 3 minutes 5 seconds.
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  13. microjets
    • 2007 May 1, Joe Sharkey, “Memo Pad”, New York Times:
      Competitors producing very light jets, which are sometimes called microjets, include Adam Aircraft, Honda , Embraer and Piper.
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  14. midpark
    • 2007 May 1, Jane E. Brody, “A Simple Need, All Too Often Unmet”, New York Times:
      Adults, too, are often forced to use the great outdoors, like a large stand of bamboo (now cut down) that long provided some privacy midpark.
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  15. newsmaking
    • 2007 May 1, Ben Ratliff, “A Rock Festival Whose Hallmark Is Taste”, New York Times:
      But despite its successful trademark of putting on newsmaking reunions — this year’s included the Jesus and Mary Chain, Crowded House and Rage Against the Machine — Coachella’s lineup of bands is starting to look fairly standardized within the new pop-festival market.
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  16. nonbusiness
    • 2007 May 1, Jane E. Brody, “A Simple Need, All Too Often Unmet”, New York Times:
      Near my neighborhood in Brooklyn, the beautiful 585-acre Prospect Park has 10 restrooms, few of them open during nonbusiness hours and several open only sporadically.
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  17. noncompetition
    • 2007 May 1, Richard Siklos, “Heated Cross-Examination at the Conrad Black Trial”, New York Times:
      Later, she testified that questions were not asked because some transactions brought before the committee were presented as noncompetition agreements rather than as related-party transactions, which might have drawn closer scrutiny.
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  18. nonconstruction
    • 2007 May 1, Richard Sandomir, “Latest Developments in a Crosstown Rivalry”, New York Times:
      It is almost enough that the deals were made, with city and state contributions for infrastructure and other nonconstruction costs, to let the teams build new ballparks.
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  19. nondurable
  20. nonelderly
    • 2007 May 1, The Associated Press, “Study Finds Increase in Baby Teeth Cavities”, New York Times:
      The study also noted a drop in the proportion of nonelderly adults who have visited a dentist in the past year, a possible indicator of declining dental insurance.
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  21. nonsex
  22. nonsexy
    • 2007 May 1, Natalie Angier, “For Motherly X Chromosome, Gender Is Only the Beginning”, New York Times:
      But for those genes still in its charge, the X must double their output, to prod each gene to spool out twice the protein of an ordinary gene and thus be the solo equivalent of any twinned genes located on other, nonsexy chromosomes.
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  23. oversubscribed
    • 2007 May 1, Julia Werdigier, “It’s Personal Up in the Stratosphere”, New York Times:
      The offering was heavily oversubscribed, but the stock price has since dropped 6 percent, and some analysts have suggested that such alternative funds may already be hitting the limit of investor interest.
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  24. prescribers
    • 2007 May 1, The Associated Press, “Prescription-Writing Law Is Voided”, New York Times:
      Signed in June 2006 by Gov. John Lynch, the law made New Hampshire the first state to try to block pharmaceutical companies’ hard-sell pitches by restricting access to data that identifies doctors and other prescribers.
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  25. presentationalism
    • 2007 May 1, Virginia Heffernan, “One More Tango for Brando and His Golden Mumble”, New York Times:
      Broadway actors of the ’40s were still accustomed to crisp presentationalism, while Brando, freshly anointed by the Method grande dame Stella Adler, would talk into his sweater, murmur and upstage himself, seeming to subvert the very purpose of performance.
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  26. rathskellar
  27. revampings
  28. spiccato *
  29. stewarding
  30. subbasements
    • 2007 May 1, Glenn Collins, “The Times Building Is Resold for 3 Times Its 2004 Price”, New York Times:
      The 750,000-square-foot, 15-story Times Building, which opened in 1913, needs an extensive top-to-bottom refurbishing — including a renovation of the lobby, the former newsprint loading bays, and the subbasements that once housed the newspaper’s printing presses — before it can be rented to corporate and retail tenants.
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  31. windmarker
    • 2007 May 1, The Associated Press, “Oracle Slips in Unlikely Upset”, New York Times:
      Desafío Español drew even after rounding the final windmarker when +39 Challenge blew a sail, and won by less than half a boat’s length.
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  32. wireline
  33. zombiehood
    • 2007 May 1, Michael Lara, “Searching for Sleep and Decent Clothing”, New York Times:
      And I don’t know how to be effective when I’m in a state of zombiehood; the only neural connections I can make when I arrive are, at best, “Tree, pretty.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. elkhorn
    • 2007 May 1, Cornelia Dean, “Coral Is Dying. Can It Be Reborn?”, New York Times:
      Staghorn and elkhorn corals, Mr. Nedimyer’s principal interests, were once abundant in South Florida, the Bahamas and elsewhere in the Caribbean.
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  2. fwuhhh
    • 2007 May 1, Virginia Heffernan, “One More Tango for Brando and His Golden Mumble”, New York Times:
      At that fwuhhh he gets you all over again, from the grave this time, devilish and freakish and heartbreaking, even when we know how it ends: with Brando in Colonel Kurtz mode, obese, portentous, self-infatuated, preening.
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  3. hoofenanny = hootenanny?
  4. zeedo