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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-16 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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35342 tokens ‧ 26185 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4639 types ‧ 5 (~ 0.108%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. antinarcotics
    • 2007 May 16, Simon Romero, “Death-Squad Scandal Circles Closer to Colombia’s President”, New York Times:
      The scandals also come as Mr. Uribe tries to win Congressional support in Washington for a trade agreement and the disbursement of American counterinsurgency and antinarcotics aid. Mr. Uribe, though popular in Colombia, faces growing scrutiny in the United States Congress.
  2. intercountry
    • 2007 May 16, Lynette Clemetson, “Adoptions From Guatemala Face an Uncertain Future”, New York Times:
      While individual states and counties will still control domestic adoption, the State Department will become the federal regulating agency in charge of intercountry adoptions.
  3. megabundles
    • 2007 May 16, “Bringing Lobbyists to Heel”, New York Times:
      The keystone of lobbying reform has already been passed by the Senate: the requirement that lobbyists disclose details of how they buy insiders’ clout — think Jack Abramoff — by soliciting donations from countless clients and delivering them to grateful lawmakers in eye-popping megabundles.
  4. overreliance
    • 2007 May 16, “End of the Affair”, New York Times:
      An overreliance on large gas guzzlers certainly hurt.
  5. thiopental
    • 2007 May 16, Jennifer Steinhauer, “California Addresses Death Penalty Concerns”, New York Times:
      His conclusion, based on evidence from witnesses and autopsies, was that in 6 of the 13 executions carried out in California in recent years, the first drug administered, sodium thiopental, might not have been given properly, leaving those inmates awake and in extreme pain.