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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-09 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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89100 tokens ‧ 65793 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8449 types ‧ 41 (~ 0.485%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-05-09[edit]

  1. afterguards
  2. blazingly
    • 2007 May 9, Frank Bruni, “In Los Angeles, the Accidental Pizza Maker”, New York Times:
      Usually measuring 10 to 12 inches in diameter, they’re sculptured from dough that’s been lovingly tended by the pizzaioli themselves and cooked at blazingly high temperatures in wood-burning ovens of Italian design.
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  3. budino *
  4. buttonless
    • 2007 May 9, Patricia Cohen, “Love, Honor, Cherish and Buy”, New York Times:
      With a practiced eye, she walks the expo aisles, past a 4 ½-foot tower of calla lilies ($700); a long, white buttonless tuxedo with a mandarin collar ($119 to rent); and ads for a portable toilet with oak cabinetry, marbled sinks, Oriental rugs and a black-tie attendant ($3,495 for eight hours).
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  5. camarones
    • 2007 May 9, “Dining Briefs: Spotlight Live and Pio Pio Salon”, New York Times:
      The menu is longer than at Pio Pio’s East Side branch, with other nice dishes, like corvina, a white fish with a velvety sauce ($18), and camarones, shrimp sautéed with garlic ($16).
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  6. carnitas
    • 2007 May 9, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      He knows a lot about the trade routes between Mexico and the Far East and is having his chef, Jason Scott Titner, incorporate those connections into dishes like huitlacoche fried rice and hoisin-braised duck carnitas: 3143 Broadway (123rd Street), (212) 222-8666.
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  7. corvina *
    • 2007 May 9, “Dining Briefs: Spotlight Live and Pio Pio Salon”, New York Times:
      The menu is longer than at Pio Pio’s East Side branch, with other nice dishes, like corvina, a white fish with a velvety sauce ($18), and camarones, shrimp sautéed with garlic ($16).
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  8. efavirenz
  9. frontality
    • 2007 May 9, Andrea K. Scott, “A Life Made Out of Wood, Metal and Determination”, New York Times:
      This vertical work has two parts: a tall, vaguely figural slab of black-painted wood and a column of spiky shards, equal parts vertebrae and shivs. Together they evoke dualities of flesh and bone, public and private, frontality and depth.
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  10. gianduja
    • 2007 May 9, Florence Fabricant, “Prim but Satisfying, Venerable Sweets From Milan”, New York Times:
      The bonbons are extremely traditional — no wildly experimental truffles here — but they offer deep, chocolaty satisfaction, occasionally played off against creamy hazelnut gianduja.
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  11. grappas
    • 2007 May 9, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      SANDRO’S This third eponymous restaurant for Sandro Fioriti, whose middle name should be Phoenix (he has also worked at six other places), which opened Monday, features lots of his old favorites (sea urchin ravioli, fried artichokes, homemade grappas): 306 East 81st Street, (212) 288-7374.
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  12. heroinlike
    • 2007 May 9, The Associated Press, “Painkiller’s Maker Settles Complaint”, New York Times:
      Intended to be swallowed whole and digested over 12 hours, the pills can produce a heroinlike high if crushed and then swallowed, inhaled or injected.
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  13. hitless
    • 2007 May 9, Ben Shpigel, “Mets’ Wright Begins to Show Frustration Over His Slump”, New York Times:
      Last week, he showed signs of life over a three-game stretch, going 6 for 14 with his only two homers of the season, but he went hitless in his final 13 at-bats of the series at Arizona.
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  14. huitlacoche *
    • 2007 May 9, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      He knows a lot about the trade routes between Mexico and the Far East and is having his chef, Jason Scott Titner, incorporate those connections into dishes like huitlacoche fried rice and hoisin-braised duck carnitas: 3143 Broadway (123rd Street), (212) 222-8666.
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  15. malbecs
    • 2007 May 9, Eric Asimov, “Where the Homework Is a Pleasure”, New York Times:
      I’ve had some malbecs I’ve liked, especially those from Bodega Catena Zapata, but for the most part I’ve found them lacking in personality and distinctiveness.
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  16. militialike
    • 2007 May 9, Alan Feuer, “Practice in the Poconos: U.S. Details How Men Prepared”, New York Times:
      The plot began in earnest in late January 2006, the government says, after a video store owner from New Jersey approached the F.B.I., saying a man had recently given him a videotape to transfer to DVD. The tape showed 10 men in their early 20s shooting assault weapons at a firing range “in a militialike style while calling for jihad,” according to the complaint.
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  17. minischools
  18. mirrorlike
    • 2007 May 9, Andrea K. Scott, “A Life Made Out of Wood, Metal and Determination”, New York Times:
      (When that piece was installed at the Metropolitan Museum in the 1980s, viewers could walk on the mirrorlike floor; now, a barricade denies access.)
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  19. muscadet
    • 2007 May 9, Eric Asimov, “Where the Homework Is a Pleasure”, New York Times:
      From the Pépière muscadet on the western edge of the Loire region to the Baudry Chinon and the Huet Vouvray demi-sec in the central Loire to the Boulay Sancerre on the eastern end, each of these four wines is made from a different grape in a different place.
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  20. mustardy
  21. noncompete
  22. nondelegable
    • 2007 May 9, Ronald Smothers, “Ethics Panel Clears Corzine in Labor Talks”, New York Times:
      It recommended that this be done in the future to “strike a balance between the governor’s nondelegable duty to govern and his right, even as a public figure, to a private life.”
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  23. outhustle
    • 2007 May 9, Lee Jenkins, “About-Face as Nash Helps Suns Knot Series”, New York Times:
      “I’m at a loss for why we think we can go out there and not outwork and outhustle them and still win games,” Nash told reporters Monday.
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  24. outhustled
    • 2007 May 9, Liz Robbins, “Unable to Solve Woes, Nets Are in a Real Fix”, New York Times:
      For the second straight game in Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena, the Cavaliers outhustled and outmuscled the befuddled Nets, shocking them into retreat with a 102-92 victory Tuesday night in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
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  25. outmuscled
    • 2007 May 9, Liz Robbins, “Unable to Solve Woes, Nets Are in a Real Fix”, New York Times:
      For the second straight game in Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena, the Cavaliers outhustled and outmuscled the befuddled Nets, shocking them into retreat with a 102-92 victory Tuesday night in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
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  26. overfunded
  27. overprescribe
    • 2007 May 9, The Associated Press, “Painkiller’s Maker Settles Complaint”, New York Times:
      HARTFORD, May 8 (AP) — The drug maker Purdue Pharma has agreed to pay $19.5 million to 26 states and the District of Columbia to settle complaints that it encouraged physicians to overprescribe its painkiller OxyContin.
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  28. pizzaioli *
    • 2007 May 9, Frank Bruni, “In Los Angeles, the Accidental Pizza Maker”, New York Times:
      Usually measuring 10 to 12 inches in diameter, they’re sculptured from dough that’s been lovingly tended by the pizzaioli themselves and cooked at blazingly high temperatures in wood-burning ovens of Italian design.
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  29. prehiatus
    • 2007 May 9, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      On Monday, CBS’s “CSI: Miami” seized the title as the night’s highest-rated show among adults 18 to 49, while NBC’s “Heroes” continued to falter with ratings below its prehiatus levels.
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  30. rieslings
    • 2007 May 9, Florence Fabricant, “Food Calendar”, New York Times:
      A tasting of German rieslings from the 2006 vintage will be held on Monday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Puck Building, 295 Lafayette Street (Houston Street), SoHo, $30 per person at the door or from ticketweb.com .
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  31. ringette
    • 2007 May 9, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      Sam Jacks, the inventor of ringette and floor hockey, and Robert Steadward, whose efforts spearheaded the growth of Paralympic sports, are being inducted in the builder category.
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  32. salmonellas
  33. selfproclaimed
    • 2007 May 9, Michael Wines, “Opposition Splits While Zimbabwe Slips”, New York Times:
      As President Robert G. Mugabe ’s 27-year rule enters what many analysts call a terminal phase, the selfproclaimed democratic opposition is near its nadir.
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  34. stickerless
    • 2007 May 9, Patricia Cohen, “Love, Honor, Cherish and Buy”, New York Times:
      Women wear purple stickers with the letters “V.I.B.”; the men’s are green with “V.I.G.,” meaning Very Important Bride and Very Important Groom, Ms. Mead explained, “so exhibitors won’t have to ask ‘who’s the bride?’ ” as they do every time the stickerless Ms. Mead pauses.
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  35. tapenade
    • 2007 May 9, Florence Fabricant, “Prim but Satisfying, Venerable Sweets From Milan”, New York Times:
      Crisp but delicate little “petals” of dried tapenade, or olive paste, can be used for snacking, dipping and artfully garnishing a slice of tomato, a disk of fresh goat cheese atop a salad, a portion of poached fish, scrambled or poached eggs, or a risotto.
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  36. ultrareligious
    • 2007 May 9, Michael Slackman, “Cultural Collisions in the Slow Lane to Modernity”, New York Times:
      But a lot of people here also say that what they want is something in the middle, not quite Western democracy and not quite the restrictive life forced on them by the ultrareligious.
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  37. unbundle

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