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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-03 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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2007-05-03[edit]

  1. autoharp
    • 2007 May 3, Kelefa Sanneh, “Dreamlike, but Nothing at All Unclear”, New York Times:
      And during “Prescilla,” Ms. Khan’s bandmates clapped the beat while she strummed an autoharp and sang fragments of a story that sounded as cruel and scary as a fairy tale.
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  2. bronzers
    • 2007 May 3, Natasha Singer, “Beware the Afterglow”, New York Times:
      In the last five years, department-store bronzer sales have increased to about $62 million from about $30 million, according to NPD. At the mass market level, self-tanners, bronzers and tanning moisturizers, called “natural glow” lotions, have annual sales of about $229 million, according to Information Resources Inc., a market research firm that covers the personal care industry.
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  3. carex
    • 2007 May 3, Kristin Hohenadel, “All His Rooms Are Living Rooms”, New York Times:
      Out in the front yard, a jumble of iris japonica, Chinese epimedium and carex leaves covers one wall, a plant wall experiment begun five years ago.
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  4. counterbid
    • 2007 May 3, Julia Werdigier, “Same Goal, Two Very Different Bankers”, New York Times:
      In the meantime, Mr. Goodwin, who mainly wanted ABN Amro’s American unit, LaSalle Bank in Chicago, began preparing a higher counterbid for ABN Amro, together with Banco Santander Central Hispano of Spain and Fortis of Belgium.
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  5. cousa *
    • 2007 May 3, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      Borers are especially fond of zucchini, but might put less pressure on Lebanese squash, a k a cousa squash.
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  6. daddyish
    • 2007 May 3, Janet Maslin, “When Love Goes Wrong, Put on the Chicken Suit”, New York Times:
      Often the nice people are women, and the good fortune arrives in the form of protective, daddyish suitors who enjoy lavishing compliments and Champagne on the objects of their attention.
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  7. epimedium
    • 2007 May 3, Kristin Hohenadel, “All His Rooms Are Living Rooms”, New York Times:
      Out in the front yard, a jumble of iris japonica, Chinese epimedium and carex leaves covers one wall, a plant wall experiment begun five years ago.
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  8. formalwear
    • 2007 May 3, Horacio Silva, “No Store Is a Hero to Its Valet”, New York Times:
      KEY ITEMS Dapper formalwear; oversize sunglasses ($270 to $710); noir-cool trench coats ($3,990); and Jimmy Connors-inspired tennis shorts that leave little room for the imagination, let alone a tennis ball.
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  9. gymgoers
  10. janjaweed
    • 2007 May 3, Marlise Simons, “Judges Charge 2 Top Sudanese With Atrocities in Darfur Area”, New York Times:
      The two men are Ahmad Muhammad Harun, a former security official who the prosecutor says played a role in planning atrocities, and Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-al-Rahman, also known as Ali Kushayb, who is accused of being a former leader of the janjaweed militia in Darfur, in the far west of Sudan. Mr. Harun is now a government minister.
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  11. kneepads
  12. laminitis
  13. lantana
  14. loungelike
    • 2007 May 3, Horacio Silva, “No Store Is a Hero to Its Valet”, New York Times:
      The off-the-rack suits (starting around $3,000), Shogun-looking dressing gowns ($3,900) and formal attire (from $3,200) in the loungelike room to the left were enclosed in museumworthy glass cabinets that screamed, “Don’t touch!”
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  15. melaminelike
    • 2007 May 3, David Barboza, “China Food Mislabeled, U.S. Says”, New York Times:
      Some scientists theorize that melamine mixed with other melaminelike compounds, like cyanuric acid, created a poisonous substance.
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  16. microenterprise
    • 2007 May 3, Stephanie Strom, “CARE Champions World’s Poor Women With Help From Wealthy Ones”, New York Times:
      “We went back and studied our work, and it became pretty clear to us that our most effective investment was in programs like education, microenterprise and small-business development aimed at empowering women.”
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  17. microwars
  18. midpack
  19. mocktini
  20. mocktinis
    • 2007 May 3, Ralph Gardner Jr., “No Aston Martin, but a Limo Will Do”, New York Times:
      A LICENSE TO PARTY For high school graduates (and other groups), this is the year of Bond, and that theme (made politically correct for students, of course) is everywhere, from alcohol-free mocktinis to redesigned logos.
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  21. modelesque
    • 2007 May 3, Horacio Silva, “No Store Is a Hero to Its Valet”, New York Times:
      When I heard that Mr. Ford had appointed an in-store maid, I assumed that it was a marketing ploy and that a modelesque stunner would walk around in high heels and a feather duster, playfully spanking the hedge-fund guys who were prepared to drop a pretty penny on, say, silk pajamas ($1,900, monogram not included).
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  22. mummyhood
  23. museumworthy
    • 2007 May 3, Horacio Silva, “No Store Is a Hero to Its Valet”, New York Times:
      The off-the-rack suits (starting around $3,000), Shogun-looking dressing gowns ($3,900) and formal attire (from $3,200) in the loungelike room to the left were enclosed in museumworthy glass cabinets that screamed, “Don’t touch!”
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  24. newsroomwide
    • 2007 May 3, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      As part of a newsroomwide reorganization, the newspaper recently consolidated the job of the book review editor, held for the last nine years by Teresa Weaver , under a new post coordinating movies, music and books coverage.
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  25. noncompete
    • 2007 May 3, Eric Ferkenhoff, “Ex-Governor Assailed as Inept in Trial of Conrad Black”, New York Times:
      The crux of the case is an accusation that the defendants siphoned upwards of $60 million in shareholder cash through special noncompete clauses that the government contends skirted federal and company rules and defrauded stockholders.
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  26. nonfamily
    • 2007 May 3, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “First the Bid, Now the Jockeying”, New York Times:
      Pressure may also come from hedge funds and arbitragers who have snapped up much of the nonfamily shares of Dow Jones in anticipation of a deal.
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  27. nonforcible
    • 2007 May 3, Bob Driehaus, “Court Rejects Limit on Bids by Convicts for DNA Tests”, New York Times:
      The origins of the case lay in an effort to seek DNA testing by Cameron Sterling, who was convicted in 1991 of nonforcible rape of a child younger than 13 and sentenced to 6 to 25 years in prison. Mr. Sterling entered a so-called Alford plea, in which he continued to assert his innocence but acknowledged that the prosecutors had evidence that might persuade a jury.
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  28. nonheavyweight
    • 2007 May 3, Richard Sandomir, “All About Money for De La Hoya and Mayweather”, New York Times:
      De La Hoya’s 17 pay-per-view events — including 1.4 million for his loss to Felix Trinidad in 1999, the most ever for a nonheavyweight bout — have grossed $492 million.
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  29. nonriders
    • 2007 May 3, “A Horse and a Dream (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      And so, perched higher than I ever imagined on an aging yet gentle horse it must keep for nonriders, the instructor walked us around the ring.
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  30. oddsmaker
  31. overshifted
    • 2007 May 3, The Associated Press, “Beckett Powers the Red Sox and Gains His Sixth Victory”, New York Times:
      indians 7, Blue Jays 6 Travis Hafner dribbled a run-scoring double down the third-base line, out of the reach of Toronto’s overshifted infield, and host Cleveland won in 11 innings.
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  32. postconviction
  33. postmarketing
    • 2007 May 3, “Reforming the F.D.A.”, New York Times:
      So it is salutary that the new bill would pump more money into postmarketing regulation and push the agency into a more active role in searching vast databases for adverse drug effects.
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  34. prediabetics
    • 2007 May 3, Peter Jaret, “A Healthy Mix of Rest and Motion”, New York Times:
      Weight watchers, prediabetics and those who simply want to increase their fitness all stand to gain.
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  35. preopening
    • 2007 May 3, Horacio Silva, “No Store Is a Hero to Its Valet”, New York Times:
      For all the preopening ballyhoo about the it’s-all-about-you customization and details like buttons on trouser cuffs so that your butler can brush away the remains of the day — at last!
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  36. relitigate
  37. restretching
    • 2007 May 3, Jennifer Dunning, “In the Swirl of Bodies, a Flurry of Emotions”, New York Times:
      One of the best descriptions of the often indecipherable look of the work comes from José Coronado, the costume designer, who has compared the dancers in motion to rubber bands stretching and restretching.
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  38. reteed
  39. ritzily
    • 2007 May 3, Alastair Macaulay, “Those Star-Crossed Lovers With Sun-Splashed Colors”, New York Times:
      After all, the more ritzily dressed members of the audience had just made similar entrances into the New York State Theater, with a red carpet and photographers.
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  40. romanesco *
    • 2007 May 3, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      Sources for cousa and romanesco squash seeds include Fedco Seeds, (207) 873-7333 or fedcoseeds.com , and Johnny’s Selected Seeds, (877) 564-6697 or johnnyseeds.com .
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  41. stairclimbers
  42. stockholdings
  43. supercompact
    • 2007 May 3, Michel Marriott, “Small and Smaller”, New York Times:
      LONG among the hottest items in Europe and Asia, ultraportable notebook computers — supercompact, lightweight laptops that slip into briefcases as easily as a legal pad — appear to be finding favor with American tastes.
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  44. supergenerous
    • 2007 May 3, Carol Vogel, “An Auction Season of High Estimates, and Even Higher Risks”, New York Times:
      So in putting together this season’s big evening sales, which begin on Tuesday, Sotheby’s has been even more aggressive than usual, offering sellers supergenerous guarantees — undisclosed minimum prices paid to the sellers regardless of a sale’s outcome — that are in many cases higher than records for the artists.
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  45. tapeless
    • 2007 May 3, David Pogue, “Your Life, in a Movie of Top Quality”, New York Times:
      The Sony SR7 stores video in a new compression format, unhelpfully called AVCHD, that was developed especially for tapeless camcorders.
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  46. ultramobile
    • 2007 May 3, Michel Marriott, “Small and Smaller”, New York Times:
      The diminutive size of the ultraportables — although not so small to be confused with ultramobile personal computers, or UMPCs, which are practically palm-size — is not for everyone, said Stephen Baker, vice president for industry analysis at the NPD Group.
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  47. ultraportable
    • 2007 May 3, Michel Marriott, “Small and Smaller”, New York Times:
      Another svelte and sophisticated new ultraportable notebook, the Fujitsu Lifebook P7230, weighs 2.63 pounds, even less than the Sony TXN15, and is encased in a stylish magnesium body.
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  48. ultraportables
    • 2007 May 3, Michel Marriott, “Small and Smaller”, New York Times:
      In fact, computer makers say, one of the largest single groups buying ultraportables are businessmen and businesswomen.
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  49. unflirtatious
    • 2007 May 3, Eric Wilson, “No Hiding From Alice Roi”, New York Times:
      LIKE her brash, unflirtatious designs for urban tomboys, Alice Roi is not coy.
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  50. unhittable
  51. unorthodoxy
    • 2007 May 3, “Curing Republican Blues (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      He then claims that my boss, Dr. James Dobson, limits the free exercise of unorthodoxy in social policy by “whacking” anyone who proposes it.
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  52. unstretched
    • 2007 May 3, Jennifer Dunning, “In the Swirl of Bodies, a Flurry of Emotions”, New York Times:
      But they did fold in on themselves, unstretched and reassuringly human, in two dances presented by the company on Tuesday night at the Joyce Theater as part of its 25th-anniversary season.
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  53. windmarker
    • 2007 May 3, The Associated Press, “Oracle Wins Twice to Keep Share of Lead”, New York Times:
      The Americans survived two close races against middle-of-the pack teams, rallying from deficits around the first windmarker on both occasions.
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  54. wireline

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