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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-25 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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2007-05-25[edit]

  1. aestheticized
    • 2007 May 25, Manohla Dargis, “The Shushing of the Boos”, New York Times:
      The gross bodily insults inflicted on Mr. Bauby, much less the profundity of his grief, are forever being washed away in a tide of carefully aestheticized imagery, all gauzy light, roses and radiant female faces, which reveals more about the aesthete behind the camera than the character before it.
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  2. archivally
    • 2007 May 25, 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. blueliners
    • 2007 May 25, Lynn Zinser, “Brian Leetch Retires From Hockey”, New York Times:
      Leetch was known as the quintessential offensive defenseman, one of only five blueliners in history to score more than 100 points in a season (which he did in 1991-92) and one of seven to score more than 1,000 in his career.
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  4. cellolike
    • 2007 May 25, Grace Glueck, “Matchmaking: Old Masters Meet Their Modern Soul Mates”, New York Times:
      But the freshest works here are by lesser-known artists, among them a large, appealing canvas painted in 1683 by the German-born Frederick Kerseboom that shows a 12-year-old, John Langham, playing the cellolike viola da gamba.
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  5. chiaroscuroed
    • 2007 May 25, Martha Schwendener, “Brotherly Art: The Clarks Who Collected”, New York Times:
      Several paintings hung side by side demonstrate the overlap in the brothers’ taste, including two similar Cézanne still lifes, two deeply chiaroscuroed Degas self-portraits and two Corots.
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  6. cinderblocks
    • 2007 May 25, Dennis Hevesi, “Harvey Weinstein, 82, Kidnapping Victim Who Kept His Cool, Dies”, New York Times:
      “Thank God you’re here, and I’d like to have a cigarette,” Mr. Weinstein said to detectives who, on Aug. 16, 1993, had to dig through several inches of topsoil and lift a steel door weighted down by cinderblocks to free him from the camouflaged crypt just north of the 158th Street exit of the Henry Hudson Parkway.
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  7. coloristic
    • 2007 May 25, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      BEN MONDER (Thursday) In the hands of Mr. Monder the electric guitar is a coloristic instrument.
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  8. counterpressure
    • 2007 May 25, William Grimes, “Gone With the Windmill Farms, or, a Cape Cod Cautionary Tale”, New York Times:
      Gradually, as the furor over Cape Wind gained national attention (in part because of an article in The New York Times Magazine), environmental groups like Greenpeace and powerful politicians in favor of alternative energy projects began to apply effective counterpressure. Mr. Cronkite, after sitting down and talking over the project with Mr. Gordon, withdrew his opposition.
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  9. expositorily
    • 2007 May 25, Virginia Heffernan, “There’s an Allegory in Those Hills”, New York Times:
      And anyway, he expositorily tells us that he cares about American Indians and even sympathizes, somewhat, with the Sioux insurgency at Little Bighorn — or is that their “resistance”?
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  10. finlike
    • 2007 May 25, Edward Rothstein, “Exploring the Nature of the Unnatural”, New York Times:
      The creature grimaces, holding a human head in its finlike hand — though that might have been something admired rather than feared, since the Nasca (who made enormous and mysterious carvings in the earth) also used to collect heads as trophies — making them somewhat more fearsome than the sea creature they portrayed.
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  11. firsties
    • 2007 May 25, Michael Wilson, “Iraq Presents Graduating Class at West Point With New Challenges”, New York Times:
      WEST POINT , N.Y., May 22 — The graduating cadets of the United States Military Academy spent their final days here like scores of seniors, or firsties, before them: packing foot lockers and showing their mothers around gray buildings and sweeping lawns.
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  12. glissandos
    • 2007 May 25, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      He’s out to summon elemental forces with the stomping beat of his band and his heavily reverbed, brusquely attacked guitar lines, along with the dive-bombing, tremolo glissandos that literally melt his guitar picks from the heat of their friction on the strings.
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  13. glisteningly
    • 2007 May 25, Paul Muldoon, “Erin Go Faster”, New York Times:
      This monument contains a chamber in which, at the festivals of Imbolc (Feb. 1) and Samhain (Nov. 1), the rising sun is perfectly aligned, just as at the winter solstice in the great passage tomb at nearby Newgrange, a shaft of sunlight penetrates the inner sanctum of a massive mound whose white quartz facade is glisteningly reminiscent of the Portland stone of the Parliament buildings in Belfast.
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  14. goofily
    • 2007 May 25, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      MIKE STERN BAND (Monday and Wednesday) The guitarist Mike Stern has a goofily titled but musically rewarding recent album, “Who Let the Cats Out?”
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  15. gothness
    • 2007 May 25, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The weakest works persist in the shiny black gothness.
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  16. growlingly
    • 2007 May 25, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      DR. LONNIE SMITH TRIO (Tuesday through Thursday) Under the command of Dr. Lonnie Smith, the Hammond B-3 organ can be subtly atmospheric or growlingly ecstatic; together with the guitarist Peter Bernstein and the drummer Anthony Pinciotti, he makes a searching brand of soul jazz.
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  17. hummable
  18. hypermarketed
  19. kraken *
    • 2007 May 25, Edward Rothstein, “Exploring the Nature of the Unnatural”, New York Times:
      The infamous kraken is described here, once thought to be 1.5 miles around, with arms as large as masts.
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  20. lawyerless
  21. lionlike
  22. midpark
    • 2007 May 25, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      At 5:30 p.m., Rumsey Playfield, Central Park, midpark at 70th Street, (212) 307-7171; sold out.
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  23. minischools
  24. multichapter
    • 2007 May 25, Richard Sandomir, “From the Edge of Madness to Fighting’s Mainstream”, New York Times:
      All this appears to be the multichapter prologue to tomorrow night’s Liddell-Quinton Jackson light heavyweight championship match in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, where a capacity crowd of 13,318 was announced yesterday, with gate receipts of $4.4 million anticipated.
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  25. multiplatinum
    • 2007 May 25, Stephen Holden, “Instant Star, Just Add Hype”, New York Times:
      As Chris Daughtry and Jennifer Hudson have shown, there are multiplatinum records and even Oscars in the future of a worthy also-ran.
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  26. noncarb
    • 2007 May 25, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “Coca-Cola Is Said to Buy Vitaminwater”, New York Times:
      “It would fill a major gap in it’s noncarb portfolio,” Mr. Pecoriello said last week in a note to investors.
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  27. noncarbonated
    • 2007 May 25, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “Coca-Cola Is Said to Buy Vitaminwater”, New York Times:
      William Pecoriello, an analyst with Morgan Stanley , called the acquisition, a “potential game changer” in the market for noncarbonated drinks.
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  28. nonfigurative
    • 2007 May 25, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The rarely exhibited 68 works at Deitch show how figurative painting of the 1980s evolved from the nonfigurative nonpainting of the 1970s.
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  29. nonlife
    • 2007 May 25, Bloomberg News, “Denmark: Offer for Insurer’s Shares”, New York Times:
      The Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance Group , a British nonlife insurer, offered 6.4 billion kroner ($1.2 billion) to buy the stock it does not already own in Codan, a nonlife insurer in Denmark.
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  30. nonpainting
    • 2007 May 25, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The rarely exhibited 68 works at Deitch show how figurative painting of the 1980s evolved from the nonfigurative nonpainting of the 1970s.
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  31. parachuters
    • 2007 May 25, “Spare Times”, New York Times:
      If you want to coordinate your bathing, beach walks and concession and boardwalk excursions with the show, keep in mind that the Army’s Golden Knights parachute team is scheduled to come by at 10:28; the Navy Leap Frogs parachuters at 11:16 and a B-1 bomber at 11:48.
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  32. pineland
  33. propellered
  34. reclinings
    • 2007 May 25, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Dating from 1999 to the present, they depict couples or individuals and were executed in single daylong sittings, or reclinings.
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  35. renamings
    • 2007 May 25, Michael Wines, “Where the Road to Renaming Does Not Run Smooth”, New York Times:
      Durban’s Internet blogs and even the op-ed pages of newspapers have been filled with comments on the proposed renamings, many of them critical.
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  36. reverbed
    • 2007 May 25, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      He’s out to summon elemental forces with the stomping beat of his band and his heavily reverbed, brusquely attacked guitar lines, along with the dive-bombing, tremolo glissandos that literally melt his guitar picks from the heat of their friction on the strings.
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  37. sarcoidosis
  38. screenprint
    • 2007 May 25, Grace Glueck, “Matchmaking: Old Masters Meet Their Modern Soul Mates”, New York Times:
      Other standouts include Andy Warhol ’s color screenprint “St. George and the Dragon” (1984), a blowup in shrieking colors of a detail from a work of the same title by the 15th-century Florentine painter Paolo Ucello; and “Landscape” (mid-1860s or ’70s), a watercolor fantasy by George Sand (yes, that George Sand) using improvised techniques that foreshadowed later Surrealist methods.
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  39. selectwoman
    • 2007 May 25, “Westport: Ex-Selectwoman Nominated for Bank”, New York Times:
      President Bush has nominated Diane G. Farrell to become a director of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, the White House said yesterday. Ms. Farrell, left, a Democrat, is a former first selectwoman of Westport and last year ran unsuccessfully against Representative Christopher Shays for a congressional seat.
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  40. strangulated
  41. superhip
    • 2007 May 25, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The Clemente-esque big faces, owlish eyes, levitating bodies and faceted forms, reminiscent of early modernism (various parts Chagall, Kokoschka and Beckmann), conspire to create an appealing fluffiness that shares qualities with superhip magazine illustrations and also Red Grooms.
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  42. superlobbyist
    • 2007 May 25, “Closer to Reform”, New York Times:
      As the bundling issue was put to a recorded vote, Republicans jumped aboard, mindful of how the misdeeds of the now-imprisoned superlobbyist, Jack Abramoff, helped them lose the majority.
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  43. supranuclear
  44. taekwondo *
    • 2007 May 25, Richard Sandomir, “From the Edge of Madness to Fighting’s Mainstream”, New York Times:
      But the sight of brawny men in various weight classes wearing small gloves and engaged in a few rounds of boxing, jiujitsu, wrestling, judo, karate, kickboxing, kung fu and taekwondo is evidently appealing to arenas packed with screaming fans.
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  45. wycinanki
    • 2007 May 25, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      On Sunday, from 3 to 4:30 p.m., visitors 6 and older can also explore the particular patterns of wycinanki (vee-chee-NON-key), the Polish art of paper cutting, in a workshop that is part of the Planet Brooklyn series.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. blackxploitation = blaxploitation
    • 2007 May 25, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      LIFESAVAS (Tonight) There are plenty of criminals and scofflaws on “Gutterfly” (Quannum Projects), the excellent new concept album — a funk-drenched soundtrack to an imaginary blackxploitation movie from the 1970s — by this underground hip-hop trio from Portland, Ore. (The group really went the distance with it: George Clinton makes an appearance.)
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