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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-05-28 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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67389 tokens ‧ 49035 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7208 types ‧ 28 (~ 0.388%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-05-28[edit]

  1. acanthamoeba
    • 2007 May 28, Lawrence K. Altman, “Outbreak of Eye Infections Puzzles Officials”, New York Times:
      They have also advised people to throw out their current contact lenses and the lens storage cases because they may harbor the acanthamoeba parasite.
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  2. bendings
    • 2007 May 28, Alastair Macaulay, “From Realm of Pure Dance to Enchanted Fairyland”, New York Times:
      But I was happily held, especially in the Saturday matinee’s pairing of Gillian Murphy (who reveled in Titania’s lissome bendings and frissons), with the glowingly heroic Oberon of David Hallberg.
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  3. boogieing
  4. burred
    • 2007 May 28, Nate Chinen, “Honoring an Avant-Garde Eminence of the Saxophone”, New York Times:
      His style was perceptibly different on each instrument: on tenor saxophone he had a burred and slightly bleary tone; on soprano he sounded silvery and precise; during his forays on flute he balanced dartlike flurries against a multiphonic humming; and his brief piano interlude was disarmingly sumptuous, with a sweeping romanticism that felt transplanted from another show.
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  5. captivatingly
  6. celebrityville
  7. colorized
    • 2007 May 28, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      6 A.M. (TCM) COMMAND DECISION (1948) Turner Classic Movies salutes the armed forces with a Memorial Day marathon starring some A-list heroes, beginning with Clark Gable in this colorized World War II drama about a general who must battle his own government to send his planes deeper into Germany.
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  8. counterprotesters
  9. craftsmanlike
    • 2007 May 28, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      By trading retro preciousness for craftsmanlike pride, the Bravery has grown no less blatant, but, somehow, more likeable.
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  10. dartlike
    • 2007 May 28, Nate Chinen, “Honoring an Avant-Garde Eminence of the Saxophone”, New York Times:
      His style was perceptibly different on each instrument: on tenor saxophone he had a burred and slightly bleary tone; on soprano he sounded silvery and precise; during his forays on flute he balanced dartlike flurries against a multiphonic humming; and his brief piano interlude was disarmingly sumptuous, with a sweeping romanticism that felt transplanted from another show.
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  11. exonerations
  12. gallerina
  13. gallerinas
  14. hommage
    • 2007 May 28, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      The new-wave revival was already peaking when the Bravery released its debut album, and another extended hommage to the Cure would have been a blunder.
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  15. keelboards
  16. midpass
  17. ministroke
    • 2007 May 28, “Steps Toward Reducing Risk”, New York Times:
      ¶The most dangerous warning sign is a transient ischemic attack, sometimes called a T.I.A. or a ministroke.
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  18. neuroradiologist
  19. noncaffeinated
    • 2007 May 28, Danny Hakim, “Seeking More Controls on Expanded DNA Database”, New York Times:
      Vending machines in high schools could offer only products meeting a lengthy set of criteria, such as “nonnutritive-sweetened, noncaffeinated, noncarbonated, nonfortified beverages that contain less than five calories per serving.”
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  20. noncarbonated
    • 2007 May 28, Danny Hakim, “Seeking More Controls on Expanded DNA Database”, New York Times:
      Vending machines in high schools could offer only products meeting a lengthy set of criteria, such as “nonnutritive-sweetened, noncaffeinated, noncarbonated, nonfortified beverages that contain less than five calories per serving.”
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  21. nonfortified
    • 2007 May 28, Danny Hakim, “Seeking More Controls on Expanded DNA Database”, New York Times:
      Vending machines in high schools could offer only products meeting a lengthy set of criteria, such as “nonnutritive-sweetened, noncaffeinated, noncarbonated, nonfortified beverages that contain less than five calories per serving.”
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  22. outraised
  23. subarachnoid
    • 2007 May 28, “Steps Toward Reducing Risk”, New York Times:
      ¶A severe headache that occurs so suddenly that it is often described as a “clap of thunder” can be a sign of bleeding around the brain, called a subarachnoid hemorrhage.
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  24. telemedicine *
    • 2007 May 28, Gina Kolata, “Cost Put a Stroke Treatment Out of Reach, Then Technology Made It Possible”, New York Times:
      Doctors at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, the only hospital on the small island off Massachusetts, knew only one drug had been shown to work for stroke, tPA. But, until they adopted a new telemedicine system for hospitals like theirs, they had not been giving it to the 25 or so stroke patients they cared for each year.
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  25. unpressurized
  26. yelpy
    • 2007 May 28, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      The Bravery is from New York, and while its self-titled 2005 debut album was fixated on 1980’s British new wave — especially the yelpy singing of the Cure’s Robert Smith — “The Sun and the Moon” goes trans-Atlantic.
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