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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-02 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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94788 tokens ‧ 69285 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8753 types ‧ 42 (~ 0.48%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-05-02[edit]

  1. antidepression
    • 2007 May 2, Barnaby J. Feder, “Cyberonics Names Chief and Says Marketing Will Shift”, New York Times:
      Cyberonics , the troubled maker of implantable stimulators, said yesterday that it had recruited a senior Boston Scientific marketing executive to become its chief executive and that it would aim to return to profitability by cutting back on efforts to market its device as an antidepression treatment.
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  2. arioso *
    • 2007 May 2, Steve Smith, “Japanese Gardens Meet American ‘Activities’”, New York Times:
      Minoru Miki’s “Sohmon III” offered a curious, uneasy combination of lyrical arioso, Noh-inspired inflections and the florid marimba writing for which Mr. Miki is best known outside of Japan.
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  3. birdshot
    • 2007 May 2, The Associated Press, “Florida Six Wounded in Shootings”, New York Times:
      In the first shooting, four of the teenagers were sitting on a porch and were peppered with birdshot from a shotgun fired from a passing car around 2:30 p.m., Sheriff John Rutherford said.
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  4. bloomy
    • 2007 May 2, Florence Fabricant, “Lacking Alps, Goats Settle in Westchester”, New York Times:
      Ms. Schwartz, above, a former management consultant who studied the craft in France, makes several delicately tangy cheeses, including an ash-coated pyramid, a soft herb-flecked one and another with a tender, bloomy rind.
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  5. botanicals
    • 2007 May 2, Eric Asimov, “No, Really, It Was Tough: 4 People, 80 Martinis”, New York Times:
      But where vodka stays neutral, gin is infused with botanicals — a witch’s pantry of roots, berries, herbs, dried fruits and spices — dominated by the piney, breezy aroma of juniper berries.
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  6. brothiness
    • 2007 May 2, Mark Bittman, “Laid-Back Risotto”, New York Times:
      It is served quite loose and soupy: the creamy brothiness is lovely.
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  7. carniteros
    • 2007 May 2, Mark Bittman, “The Matriarchs of Mexican Flavor”, New York Times:
      Carnitas, essentially pork confit, are another specialty, and the men who currently make them — they are called carniteros, for this is a real craft — are the sons of those who were in place when El Bajío first opened.
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  8. chicharrones
    • 2007 May 2, Mark Bittman, “The Matriarchs of Mexican Flavor”, New York Times:
      Perhaps even more impressive were classics like the chicharrones and the manitas — a vinegary escabeche of pigs’ feet with vegetables, garlic, onion and salt — and the astonishing chipotle broth with bone marrow, which would shine brightly at one of New York’s four-star restaurants.
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  9. counterdemonstrators
    • 2007 May 2, Randal C. Archibold, “Immigrant Rights Rallies Smaller Than Last Year”, New York Times:
      A group of counterdemonstrators made a similar point as they confronted the thousands of advocates of immigration rights outside the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix.
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  10. counterwar
  11. digestif *
  12. fiberless
    • 2007 May 2, David Karp, “A Luscious Taste and Aroma From India Arrives at Last”, New York Times:
      Harvested in April and May, this “king of mangoes” has orange-yellow skin, smooth, fiberless flesh, and a distinctive, powerful aroma and flavor, with notes of almond, coconut, vanilla and citrus.
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  13. forecheck
    • 2007 May 2, Lynn Zinser, “Rangers Exhale as Victory Goes Straight to Video”, New York Times:
      A terrific forecheck by forwards Matt Cullen and Sean Avery popped the puck loose from the Sabres’ possession and Cullen found Brendan Shanahan wide open in front of the net.
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  14. glutens
  15. hammour
    • 2007 May 2, Florence Fabricant, “Eggplant Sushi and Dubai Duck Add Up in New Arabian Cuisine”, New York Times:
      They have come up with savory hummus meringues, broad bean soup with zaatar cream, Arabian sushi made with baba ghanouj eggplant purée, and toasted flatbread filled with diced, marinated raw hammour, the name for a local grouper, and drizzled with pomegranate molasses.
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  16. hitless
    • 2007 May 2, Murray Chass, “For One Night, Yankees’ Staff Outdoes Mets’”, New York Times:
      Hughes, a 20-year-old right-hander, whom the Yankees had hoped to keep in the minors, was called up as one of the replacements, and last night he held the Texas Rangers hitless for six and a third innings in his second major league start.
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  17. manitas
    • 2007 May 2, Mark Bittman, “The Matriarchs of Mexican Flavor”, New York Times:
      Perhaps even more impressive were classics like the chicharrones and the manitas — a vinegary escabeche of pigs’ feet with vegetables, garlic, onion and salt — and the astonishing chipotle broth with bone marrow, which would shine brightly at one of New York’s four-star restaurants.
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  18. minicamp
    • 2007 May 2, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      He did not play in 2006 and was with the Dolphins for their first minicamp under their new coach, Cam Cameron, last month.
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  19. multihour
    • 2007 May 2, Marc Lacey, “No Sign of Fidel Castro on Cuban Holiday”, New York Times:
      But nobody could find the bearded leader who has always been there in the past, delivering multihour discourses on the evils of capitalism and the vagaries of Washington.
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  20. neuropathies
    • 2007 May 2, “Chemotherapy and the Brain (7 Letters)”, New York Times:
      In addition to the cognitive difficulties of “chemo brain,” many aggressive therapy protocols leave patients physically enervated, with chronic nerve problems, like peripheral neuropathies, impotence and infertility.
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  21. neurotoxicity
    • 2007 May 2, “Chemotherapy and the Brain (7 Letters)”, New York Times:
      Your article about “chemo brain” brings up two points: post-chemotherapy neurotoxicity is just a part of a constellation of issues that we as oncologists are helping our patients cope with; and let’s stop using the term “chemo brain,” since many women find it offensive.
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  22. noncompete
  23. oversubscribed
    • 2007 May 2, Motoko Rich, “Are Book Reviewers Out of Print?”, New York Times:
      Last year, when Random House published “This Is Not Chick Lit,” a story collection with contributions from authors like Jennifer Egan and Curtis Sittenfeld, it generated a lot of online chatter as various bloggers debated whether the book was pretentious or a welcome correction to an oversubscribed genre.
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  24. preleased
    • 2007 May 2, Alison Gregor, “Placing Bets on a Strong Manhattan Market”, New York Times:
      Since the bust of the late 1980s and early 1990s, most banks offer construction loans only to developers who have a large portion of the building preleased to an anchor tenant, which generally receives a discount on the rent.
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  25. racialized
    • 2007 May 2, Alan Schwarz, “Study of N.B.A. Sees Racial Bias in Calling Fouls”, New York Times:
      “There’s a growing consensus that a large proportion of racialized decisions is not driven by any conscious race discrimination, but that it is often just driven by unconscious, or subconscious, attitudes.
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  26. radura *
    • 2007 May 2, David Karp, “A Luscious Taste and Aroma From India Arrives at Last”, New York Times:
      Moreover, the Food and Drug Administration is proposing new rules that would no longer require irradiated foods to bear the international radura symbol, if they are not “materially changed” by irradiation.
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  27. serrano *
    • 2007 May 2, “Recipe: Shredded Fish Tacos”, New York Times:
      1 banana leaf (sold dry, in packages, in Asian and Latino markets) 1 pound halibut, grouper or other firm white-fleshed fish, preferably 2 fillets 1 1/2 white onions, chopped 1 teaspoon minced garlic Salt and freshly ground black pepper 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil or butter 1 teaspoon minced serrano or other hot fresh chili 2 cups chopped plum tomato, drained of excess liquid Corn tortillas Chopped fresh cilantro leaves.
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  28. singlehandedly
    • 2007 May 2, Motoko Rich, “Are Book Reviewers Out of Print?”, New York Times:
      Last year Dan Wickett, a former quality-control manager for a car-parts maker, wrote 95 book reviews on his blog, Emerging Writers Network (emergingwriters.typepad.com /), singlehandedly compiling almost half as many reviews as appeared in all of the book pages of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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  29. superhot
  30. superproducer
    • 2007 May 2, Virginia Heffernan, “Revealing the Innovator Behind the Music”, New York Times:
      The interplay between them on this point — it’s brief — is fascinating; viewers might form a deeper understanding of music history, as seen right there in the triangulated relationship between African-American soul, British pop and the diplomat superproducer.
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  31. technicolor
    • 2007 May 2, “Letters”, New York Times:
      It’s so hard to be a technicolor girl in an earth-tone world.
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  32. traditionbound
    • 2007 May 2, Ian Fisher, “2 Turin Gelato Men, Hoping New York Will Melt”, New York Times:
      Thus Grom gelato was born, and in just four years, not much time in traditionbound Italy, it outstripped the business plan and earned a name as one of the best.
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  33. triggerman
  34. underequipped
  35. underinvested
  36. undescended
  37. unirradiated
  38. vodkatini
  39. wireline

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