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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-23 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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2007-05-23[edit]

  1. antimethod
  2. arancini *
    • 2007 May 23, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      BAR STUZZICHINI With drinks, bars in Italy serve snacks called stuzzichini (cicchetti in Venice): caponata, arancini, salume and the like.
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  3. blinchiki
    • 2007 May 23, Frank Bruni, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      Things improved at dessert, with a blinchiki — a Russian-style crepe topped with fruit and filled with farmer’s cheese and the thick cream called smetana.
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  4. bonnethead
  5. bonnetheads
    • 2007 May 23, Henry Fountain, “Female Shark Reproduced Without Male DNA, Scientists Say”, New York Times:
      The mother was one of three female bonnetheads, a small hammerhead species, that had been captured in Florida and kept without male sharks for three years in the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha.
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  6. branzino
    • 2007 May 23, Frank Bruni, “A Chef to the Few Heeds the Call of the Many”, New York Times:
      One of only a few attendants lifts a whole branzino high in the air, inviting adoration of its glittering salt robe, then spirits it back to the kitchen so it can be anointed with a white truffle sauce.
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  7. cicchetti *
    • 2007 May 23, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      BAR STUZZICHINI With drinks, bars in Italy serve snacks called stuzzichini (cicchetti in Venice): caponata, arancini, salume and the like.
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  8. counterbid
    • 2007 May 23, Ian Austen, “Alcan Rejects a Hostile Bid From Alcoa”, New York Times:
      Alcan said that it was in talks with other companies and added that it was considering the possibility of turning the tables with a counterbid for Alcoa.
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  9. counterweighted
    • 2007 May 23, Pam Belluck, “Post at Luxury Hotel Awaits Ex-Mayor at End of Prison Term”, New York Times:
      Mr. Chafee added, “It’s perfect symbolism — a man with just enormous ability to do good things counterweighted by another side that keeps getting him in trouble, working at a five-star hotel by day, but then paying his penance at night by going to a halfway house.”
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  10. counterwooing
    • 2007 May 23, Bill Pennington, “For Yanks and Red Sox, It’s Money Well Wasted”, New York Times:
      It seems unlikely that the Detroit Tigers , the Baltimore Orioles or the Los Angeles Dodgers could bring out such enticement and counterwooing in either the Yankees or the Red Sox, especially for a pitcher with two winning seasons after six years in the major leagues.
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  11. deportable
  12. disinvited
  13. districtwide
  14. enoki
    • 2007 May 23, Frank Bruni, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      Asian-inspired sautéed sea scallops were served with a piece of fried perch on enoki mushrooms and pea shoots.
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  15. ethinyl
  16. forceout
    • 2007 May 23, Ben Shpigel, “For Sosa, Atlanta Is No Place Like Home”, New York Times:
      Randolph argued with the second-base umpire, Mark Carlson, who ruled that Johnson held the ball long enough for the forceout.
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  17. genuses
  18. grindhouse
    • 2007 May 23, Manohla Dargis, “Harsh Realities in a World of Fantasy”, New York Times:
      True, a certain grindhouse spirit lives on in the bowels of the Palais, headquarters of the Cannes Film Market, where slasher movies and action pictures with titles that sound like parodies (“Thunder Man,” “The Fear Chamber”) are bought for late-night cable and DVD discount bins.
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  19. herby
    • 2007 May 23, Kate Sekules, “A Staple From Quebec, Embarrassing but Adored”, New York Times:
      “I’d come back here just for this,” she declared of the plate with five-spice gravy and chewy strips of pork belly, though she found the Stilton cheese in the rich, toothsome braised beef with red wine version to be overload and the herby marinara sauce on the tomato version — called Italienne back home — disappointing.
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  20. incandescences
  21. levonorgestrel
  22. maplike
    • 2007 May 23, Roberta Smith, “Roy De Forest, 77, Painter of Colorful, Comic Scenes, Dies”, New York Times:
      Most were versed in Abstract Expressionism but gradually turned its formal lessons to narrative, nonabstract ends. Mr. De Forest’s abstractions morphed into crusty maplike expanses teeming with odd textures, cartoon details, little folk-art silhouettes and swarming dots.
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  23. milewide
    • 2007 May 23, Antoinette Martin, “Developing Ports of Many Modes”, New York Times:
      In cities like Hoboken, Jersey City and Weehawken, the value of a view of the Manhattan skyline across a milewide stretch of water overwhelms a site’s value as a functional place to store and repackage goods.
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  24. nonabstract
    • 2007 May 23, Roberta Smith, “Roy De Forest, 77, Painter of Colorful, Comic Scenes, Dies”, New York Times:
      Most were versed in Abstract Expressionism but gradually turned its formal lessons to narrative, nonabstract ends. Mr. De Forest’s abstractions morphed into crusty maplike expanses teeming with odd textures, cartoon details, little folk-art silhouettes and swarming dots.
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  25. nontheists
    • 2007 May 23, Robert Pear, “Senate Votes to Keep Temporary Worker Program”, New York Times:
      The Senate Democratic whip, Richard J. Durbin of Illinois, said: “This bill is drawing opposition from business, labor, Democrats, Republicans, theists and nontheists, American League and National League baseball fans.
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  26. orata *
    • 2007 May 23, Frank Bruni, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      At the same price, grilled orata was moist and perfectly seasoned.
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  27. outpitched
  28. overprocess
  29. paddlelike
    • 2007 May 23, Florence Fabricant, “To Cut the Mustard, and More”, New York Times:
      Its six-inch paddlelike blade is rounded, rippled and razor sharp.
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  30. pinotage
    • 2007 May 23, Frank Bruni, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      “Geez,” kosher would whisper to pinotage, cringing.
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  31. plongeurs *
    • 2007 May 23, Charles Mcgrath, “Everything and the Kitchen Sink: The Memoir of a Dishwasher”, New York Times:
      Now an author, Mr. Jordan used to be a paid dishwasher, following in the steps of literary plongeurs like Theodore Dreiser and George Orwell, who, recalling his time behind the sink in Paris, once wrote:
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  32. poutines
  33. propmaster
    • 2007 May 23, Virginia Heffernan, “To Sleep, Nay, Perchance to Stay Wide Awake”, New York Times:
      When he gets around to drinking his first cup of coffee in 30 years (his crew, he says, urges him to try it for a pick-me-up), it’s naturally from one of those so-called Anthora Greek-themed diner cups; his propmaster must have sought long and hard for one of those endangered artifacts.
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  34. regionalists
  35. rotgipfler
    • 2007 May 23, Florence Fabricant, “Wine Calendar”, New York Times:
      An array of picnic wines, including unusual suggestions like rotgipfler and verdicchio, will be poured for tasting for nearly a week, free of charge, Tuesday through June 3, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. except Sunday, when the hours are noon to 6 p.m., at Vestry Wines, a sleek new shop at 65 Vestry Street (Greenwich Street) in TriBeCa.FLORENCE FABRICANT
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  36. sportscasting
    • 2007 May 23, Richard Sandomir, “ESPN’s Nice Guys May End Up Finishing First”, New York Times:
      The first time Mike Greenberg, a self-titled sportscasting metrosexual, met his ESPN Radio partner, Mike Golic, he said to himself, “Will you look at this big, fat, disgusting slob.”
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  37. stuzzichini *
    • 2007 May 23, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      BAR STUZZICHINI With drinks, bars in Italy serve snacks called stuzzichini (cicchetti in Venice): caponata, arancini, salume and the like.
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  38. superfeatherweight
    • 2007 May 23, John Branch, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      BOXER LOSES ELECTION Manny Pacquiao, a championship superfeatherweight from the Philippines, took his first defeat in more than two years.
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  39. tentlike
  40. unbuildable
    • 2007 May 23, Lisa Chamberlain, “Savannah Adds to the Master Plan of 1733”, New York Times:
      One reason the original Oglethorpe plan for this site was never realized was the steep bluff along the river, which proved unbuildable.
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  41. unrecovered
  42. verdicchio
    • 2007 May 23, Florence Fabricant, “Wine Calendar”, New York Times:
      An array of picnic wines, including unusual suggestions like rotgipfler and verdicchio, will be poured for tasting for nearly a week, free of charge, Tuesday through June 3, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. except Sunday, when the hours are noon to 6 p.m., at Vestry Wines, a sleek new shop at 65 Vestry Street (Greenwich Street) in TriBeCa.FLORENCE FABRICANT
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  43. wagyu
    • 2007 May 23, Frank Bruni, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      I don’t mean to take anything away from the cooking, but the new restaurant Perilla isn’t buzz-buzz-buzzing with stylishly dressed tastemakers because of its roasted octopus with grapefruit, its spicy duck meatballs or its wagyu skirt steak, appealing as they are.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. docosahexaenoic acid
    • 2007 May 23, “The Vegans and Their Children (6 Letters)”, New York Times:
      Contrary to Ms. Planck’s assertions, there are healthy plant-based sources of docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA; calcium can be absorbed about as readily from soy milk as from cow’s milk; and soy does not inhibit growth.
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