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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-04 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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2007-05-04[edit]

  1. antigang
    • 2007 May 4, Jennifer Steinhauer, “Action by Police at Rally Troubles Los Angeles Chief”, New York Times:
      The 1991 beating of Rodney G. King by the police and the acquittal a year later of the officers charged with using excessive force prompted riots; in the 1999 Rampart scandal, an antigang unit was accused of framing people, robbing suspects and other brutal conduct.
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  2. archivally
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Theater Listings”, New York Times:
      Otherwise, this archivally exact production, directed by Bob Avian, feels like a vintage car that has been taken out of the garage, polished up and sent on the road once again (2:00).
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  3. bistate
    • 2007 May 4, The Associated Press, “Trenton Codey Approves Airport Plan”, New York Times:
      The legislation, which also allows for expansion at an airport in New Jersey, was needed under the rules that created the Port Authority, a bistate agency run by New York and New Jersey that controls the region’s biggest airports.
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  4. bricklike
  5. bubblings
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Tomorrow at 8 p.m., with Konono No. 1, a Congolese band whose polyrhythmic bubblings are made with amplified thumb pianos, at the United Palace Theater, 4140 Broadway, at 175th Street, Washington Heights, (212) 307-7171; Tuesday at 8 p.m., Apollo Theater , 253 West 125th Street, Harlem, (212) 307-7171, apollotheater.com ; both sold out.
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  6. buzzy
    • 2007 May 4, Roberta Smith, “Monet Arrives and Ripens”, New York Times:
      Two summers later, in the open fields near Argenteuil, the figures are seen from a distance, and everything is a buzzy blur of pulverized color.
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  7. concertgoing
    • 2007 May 4, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      This special ventures behind the scenes with the performers and some of the screaming concertgoing masses.
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  8. counterbid
    • 2007 May 4, Julia Werdigier, “Court Blocks Sale of an ABN Amro Unit”, New York Times:
      Last week, the consortium made an informal counterbid of 72.2 billion euros ($98.5 billion), for ABN Amro but only if the LaSalle sale to Bank of America were reversed.
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  9. exonerations
  10. flagstick
    • 2007 May 4, Damon Hack, “Golfers Take Aim With Help of a Rifleman”, New York Times:
      While golf and shooting have marked differences, Bassham and his clients see an overlap in which one athlete shoots at a flagstick on a green and the other fires at a tiny 10 ring on a distant target.
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  11. gartered
    • 2007 May 4, Grace Glueck, “Era of ‘Cabaret,’ in Avant-Garde Lines”, New York Times:
      “Seated Woman With Raised Skirt” (about 1909-10) is a variation on the theme, although in this case the seductress wears gartered stockings, her dotted skirt billowing around her naked thighs.
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  12. jailings
    • 2007 May 4, Michael Wines, “Zimbabwe: Journalists Forbidden to March”, New York Times:
      Journalists had planned 10 separate marches throughout the nation to underscore what they say are increasing restrictions on the news media and a growing number of arrests, jailings and attacks involving journalists.
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  13. kabutos
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Spare Times for Children”, New York Times:
      Children will also make carp streamers (carp symbolize strength) and kabutos, or warrior helmets.
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  14. kamishibai
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Spare Times for Children”, New York Times:
      Japan Society will honor it with kamishibai, a traditional form of puppet theater.
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  15. kickline
    • 2007 May 4, Alessandra Stanley, “A Show Where Candidates Are More Prop Than Player”, New York Times:
      On screen the 10-man contest at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library looked less like a battle of titans then an all-male kickline in a Mitzi Gaynor variety show.
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  16. locater
    • 2007 May 4, George Gene Gustines, “Superhero Worship, Gotham to Riverdale”, New York Times:
      The Web site includes a store locater, lists of titles that will be free and a schedule of in-store appearances by creators.
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  17. lollapalooza
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      THE BAMBOOZLE (Tomorrow and Sunday) The Web site for this lollapalooza in the Giants Stadium parking lot has a faux radio station, complete with obnoxious promo spots crackling with pyrotechnic sound effects.
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  18. midpark
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Spare Times for Children”, New York Times:
      At 1 p.m., the Bandshell,midpark at 70th Street, (212) 696-2808, princessracer.com ; free.
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  19. mingler
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ MARTIRIO (Tuesday and Wednesday) This Spanish singer, long a curious mingler of pop, jazz and flamenco, recorded her new album, “Primavera en Nueva York” (Calle 54), in New York with a jazz band, its boleros reinterpreted as a languorous, savory jazz suite.
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  20. mustardy
    • 2007 May 4, Roberta Smith, “Monet Arrives and Ripens”, New York Times:
      This room includes the great, steamy 1877 view of the immense open shed of the Saint-Lazare train station lent by the Art Institute of Chicago and two less familiar, mustardy views of the sea from the cliffs of Normandy.
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  21. nonconventional
    • 2007 May 4, The Associated Press, “Profit Climbs 5.7% at Shell Despite Falling Oil Prices”, New York Times:
      Shell has largely recovered from a 2004 accounting scandal in which it was forced to restate the size of its proven reserves, in part by investing heavily in nonconventional sources like oil sands and liquefied natural gas.
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  22. nondocking
    • 2007 May 4, Richard Goldstein, “Walter M. Schirra Jr., Astronaut, Dies at 84”, New York Times:
      Three days later, the two astronauts lifted off, and in less than six hours they completed their nondocking rendezvous with Gemini 7 some 170 miles above the Mariana Islands in the Pacific.
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  23. nonopera
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      Madame’s recitals are a combination of stand-up comedy and “Vissi d’arte,” and have been shown to be suitable even for nonopera fans — if they can get tickets.
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  24. overdriven
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Its latest, “23” (4AD), is a gorgeous trip through clouds of overdriven guitar and heavenly vocals, recalling those kings of overdriven guitar and heavenly vocals, My Bloody Valentine.
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  25. paleolibertarian
  26. preshow
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      On Tuesday there will be a preshow talk at 6.30 p.m.
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  27. remotivate
  28. restrictionists
    • 2007 May 4, “Family Values, Betrayed”, New York Times:
      The goal seems to be to end what immigration restrictionists call “chain migration,” a tendentious term that recasts in a sinister light one of the fundamental ways America was built, and a decades-old cornerstone of our immigration policy.
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  29. seatless
  30. shareowners
    • 2007 May 4, Gretchen Morgenson, “Verizon Vote on Pay Levels to Be Decided in a Recount”, New York Times:
      “Long-term shareowners believe that the owners of the company should be able to express their approval or disapproval of the board’s compensation package for the C.E.O. and the other senior executives,” said C. William Jones, president of the retirees’ association.
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  31. smokeproof
  32. sourceless
  33. stagings
    • 2007 May 4, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      The director Jack O’Brien has created grandly old-fashioned yet insightful and effective stagings of these three very different operas: “Il Tabarro,” a grim love triangle aboard a barge in Paris; “Suor Angelica,” a tender, mystical and ultimately devastating story of a young nun’s yearning to be with her dead child; and “Gianni Schicchi,” an irreverent comedy about the avaricious relatives of a miserly old man who has just died.
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  34. supervoting
    • 2007 May 4, Richard Siklos, “Murdoch on Owning The Wall Street Journal”, New York Times:
      The Bancroft trusts, representing three dozen or so members of the family, own 24.7 percent of Dow Jones’s stock but control 64.2 percent of the votes through supervoting shares.
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  35. unfussily
  36. unintegrated
  37. unreligious
    • 2007 May 4, Annie Korzen, “The (Vintage) Shirt Off Her Back”, New York Times:
      It served me right, because as an unreligious, unsuperstitious, un-New-Age secular cynic, I ought to know that miracles do not happen, just random events that usually end badly.
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  38. unsuperstitious
    • 2007 May 4, Annie Korzen, “The (Vintage) Shirt Off Her Back”, New York Times:
      It served me right, because as an unreligious, unsuperstitious, un-New-Age secular cynic, I ought to know that miracles do not happen, just random events that usually end badly.
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  39. vocalese
    • 2007 May 4, Nate Chinen, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      KARRIN ALLYSON (Wednesday and Thursday) Ms. Allyson is an effervescent jazz singer whose recent album “Footprints” (Concord) convincingly delves into Jon Hendricks-style vocalese.
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  40. waterlilies
    • 2007 May 4, Roberta Smith, “Monet Arrives and Ripens”, New York Times:
      But there are also less familiar works, including a winter view of Vétheuil in which ice floes dot the Seine with the same levitation that would come to characterize his waterlilies images; a London street scene that is little more than swatches of mauve, green and gray broken by bursts of streetlamp yellow; and two still lifes from 1867-68.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. astromaniacal: protologism or error for astronomical
    • 2007 May 4, Annie Korzen, “The (Vintage) Shirt Off Her Back”, New York Times:
      When most people in the world don’t own a book or a toilet, it seems just a wee bit selfish to buy a wait-listed designer handbag for some astromaniacal sum.
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  2. brotherwas: scanno for brother was
    • 2007 May 4, Fernanda Santos, “Voices Rise in Mount Vernon Over How to Fight Crime”, New York Times:
      Larry Joyner, wearing a T-shirt with his brother’s photograph on it, at the town meeting on violent crime held on Tuesday at the Macedonia Church in Mount Vernon; his brotherwas killed in 2005 when he was run over by a car driven by a man he had been fighting with.
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  3. graveltas: protologism, Gravel + gravitas
    • 2007 May 4, Alessandra Stanley, “A Show Where Candidates Are More Prop Than Player”, New York Times:
      Nobody really managed to steal the show and display graveltas, the ability to steal a debate with outrageous, curmudgeonly statements the way former Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska did in the recent Democratic debate in South Carolina.
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