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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-07 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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69643 tokens ‧ 50991 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7262 types ‧ 25 (~ 0.344%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-05-07[edit]

  1. ayurvedic
    • 2007 May 7, Suketu Mehta, “A Big Stretch”, New York Times:
      It has set up a task force that is cataloging traditional knowledge, including ayurvedic remedies and hundreds of yoga poses, to protect them from being pirated and copyrighted by foreign hucksters.
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  2. benshi
    • 2007 May 7, Dennis Lim, “Newfangled Silent Movie With a Bit of Old Barnum”, New York Times:
      The film had its premiere in September at the Toronto International Film Festival with an orchestra, a singer (billed as a castrato), an interlocutor (a tradition derived from the Japanese art of benshi) and sound effects by Foley artists in lab coats.
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  3. falsecarded
  4. greenside
  5. hakama
    • 2007 May 7, Carol Vogel, “The Warhol of Japan Pours Ritual Tea in a Zen Moment”, New York Times:
      In place of his usual garb — baggy cargo pants, T-shirt and sneakers — he was done up in a traditional hakama, his hair pulled back in a neat bun, with his signature round glasses and wispy goatee.
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  6. machinelike
    • 2007 May 7, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      This album nearly reaches 1970s AM radio breeziness with its sanded-down, slightly machinelike funk and marmalade guitars.
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  7. magpielike
    • 2007 May 7, Dennis Lim, “Newfangled Silent Movie With a Bit of Old Barnum”, New York Times:
      Conceived as a live spectacle without a pre-recorded soundtrack, it is also the closest he has come to a pure silent feature, not that purity is a pertinent concept in the case of the magpielike Mr. Maddin and his dense, crossbred melodramas.
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  8. megafights
    • 2007 May 7, Richard Sandomir, “Mayweather Wins, but Now What?”, New York Times:
      If he retires, and De La Hoya follows, into a full-time future in promoting, banking and real estate development, it is difficult to imagine any fighters meeting in megafights for a while.
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  9. megaresort
    • 2007 May 7, Vincent M. Mallozzi, “Everything Goes at the Casino, and Some Finally Win Big”, New York Times:
      Pinnacle is planning to build a $1.5 billion megaresort on the property, one of several large projects that the city’s casino industry is banking on to fend off competition from new casinos in Pennsylvania and slots at New York racetracks.
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  10. multiepisode
    • 2007 May 7, Laura M. Holson, “Hollywood Loves the Tiny Screen. Advertisers Don’t.”, New York Times:
      But while short, multiepisode cellphone series are growing in popularity, the lucrative advertising dollars prevalent in other entertainment segments — and which studios rely on for profit — have been slow to migrate to the supersmall screen.
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  11. nonheavyweight
    • 2007 May 7, Richard Sandomir, “Mayweather Wins, but Now What?”, New York Times:
      De La Hoya’s loss to Trinidad holds the nonheavyweight record, 1.4 million.
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  12. outmanned
  13. overtopping
    • 2007 May 7, John Schwartz, “Critic Says Levee Repairs Show Signs of Flaws”, New York Times:
      He praised the corps for much of the work it had done since the storm, but he added that the levee should be armored with rock or concrete against overtopping, a move the corps has rejected in the short term.
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  14. pizzicatos
  15. propulsively
    • 2007 May 7, Jennifer Dunning, “A Program of Five Ballets: Some Fluid, Others Formal”, New York Times:
      Two of the evening’s ballets — Val Caniparoli’s “Suite” and Harrison McEldowney’s stewpot “Ménage à Cinque” — do require the dancers to rush propulsively to nowhere.
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  16. prototypers
    • 2007 May 7, Saul Hansell, “Beam It Down From the Web, Scotty”, New York Times:
      Three-dimensional printers, often called rapid prototypers, assemble objects out of an array of specks of material, just as traditional printers create images out of dots of ink or toner.
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  17. reinventive
    • 2007 May 7, James Oestreich, “Bach’s Captains and Foot Soldiers of Musical Industry”, New York Times:
      The city proved remarkably resilient in the face of the Bethlehem Steel closing, said Bridget George, the festival’s executive director, and “as change comes, we have to be as creative and reinventive in our own response to what Bethlehem is and how passionately we feel about it.”
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  18. semifame
    • 2007 May 7, Ben Sisario, “Chosen by David Bowie, Shows That He’d Attend”, New York Times:
      He was most excited about the festival’s obscurities, like the series of Latin American and Spanish films, his latest passions, and the appearance by the Legendary Stardust Cowboy, the Texas wild man whose brief moment of semifame, the 1968 single “Paralyzed,” inspired Mr. Bowie’s glam-era alter ego, Ziggy Stardust.
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  19. sirsasana
    • 2007 May 7, Suketu Mehta, “A Big Stretch”, New York Times:
      He was doing sirsasana, a yoga pose that accounts for his youthful looks well into his 60s.
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  20. stagings
    • 2007 May 7, Dennis Lim, “Newfangled Silent Movie With a Bit of Old Barnum”, New York Times:
      After a few successful stagings — “Brand” was also presented at festivals in New York and Berlin and named one of the best films of 2006 by Manohla Dargis in The New York Times — Mr. Maddin is now taking his show on the road across America.
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  21. stewpot
    • 2007 May 7, Jennifer Dunning, “A Program of Five Ballets: Some Fluid, Others Formal”, New York Times:
      Two of the evening’s ballets — Val Caniparoli’s “Suite” and Harrison McEldowney’s stewpot “Ménage à Cinque” — do require the dancers to rush propulsively to nowhere.
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  22. supersmall
    • 2007 May 7, Laura M. Holson, “Hollywood Loves the Tiny Screen. Advertisers Don’t.”, New York Times:
      But while short, multiepisode cellphone series are growing in popularity, the lucrative advertising dollars prevalent in other entertainment segments — and which studios rely on for profit — have been slow to migrate to the supersmall screen.
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  23. superwelterweight
    • 2007 May 7, Richard Sandomir, “Mayweather Wins, but Now What?”, New York Times:
      Floyd Mayweather, left, was victorious in his first fight as a superwelterweight.
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  24. talkier

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