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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-05 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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90906 tokens ‧ 67657 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8616 types ‧ 37 (~ 0.429%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-06-05[edit]

  1. chipperness
    • 2007 June 5, Campbell Robertson, “And Jerry Mathers as ... Tracy Turnblad’s Father?”, New York Times:
      It’s set in 1962, when that decade’s turmoil was just beginning to bump up against the chaste chipperness of the 1950s, an era often represented by a certain television show that, at the time, was in its fifth and next-to-last season.
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  2. computerlike
    • 2007 June 5, John Markoff, “Palm Investor Sees Hand-Held Free-for-All”, New York Times:
      He argues that Symbian, the software company that now dominates the broad cellphone market, will be hard pressed to hold on to market share as cellphones gain computerlike features.
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  3. countywide
  4. customizability
  5. dabbawallas
    • 2007 June 5, “A Lesson in Efficiency (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      For the delivery men known as dabbawallas to deliver cooked meals on time to the correct individual without fail in a metropolis like Mumbai with some 18 million inhabitants and incredible traffic jams is a modern-day miracle in ultimate efficiency and unique to Mumbai.
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  6. decongestive
    • 2007 June 5, Roni Caryn Rabin, “A Painful Lymph Illness Often Follows Cancer”, New York Times:
      The preferred therapy for lymphedema, called complete decongestive therapy, involves a time- and labor-intensive gentle massage technique to stimulate new pathways for the lymphatic fluid.
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  7. disserved
  8. diverticular
    • 2007 June 5, C. Claiborne Ray, “Dangerous Nuts?”, New York Times:
      According to an article last year in The Journal of Family Practice by researchers at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, a diet high in fiber and low in fat and red meat might help to decrease the risk of symptomatic diverticular disease, and for those who already have it, a high-fiber diet might decrease the risk of complications.
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  9. diverticuli
    • 2007 June 5, C. Claiborne Ray, “Dangerous Nuts?”, New York Times:
      The presumption was that tiny seeds or partly chewed nuts might lodge in the pouches in the outer wall of the colon, called diverticuli, leading to irritation, inflammation and infection, called diverticulitis.
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  10. divestitures
  11. dunelike
    • 2007 June 5, Jim Robbins, “A Perennial Search for Perfect Wheat”, New York Times:
      After the flood, soil called loess, made by glaciers grinding volcanic rock into powder, was blown in great dunelike waves.
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  12. embroiderings
    • 2007 June 5, Michiko Kakutani, “Today’s Managing Partner in Team Clinton & Clinton”, New York Times:
      Times Topics: Hillary Clinton Mr. Bernstein has written a serious, energetically researched and largely fluent book, but there is little new in this volume: its disclosures amount mainly to embroiderings on already well-known aspects of the Clintons’ lives.
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  13. flyness
  14. forceout
    • 2007 June 5, Tyler Kepner, “Yankees’ Revival Takes a Wrong Turn”, New York Times:
      A single, a hit batter and another single loaded the bases in the bottom of the second inning, and Chicago scored on a forceout at third.
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  15. glissandos
    • 2007 June 5, “Music and Dance in Review”, New York Times:
      Chen Yi’s big, noisy “Celebration for Orchestra,” with its martial statements and string glissandos, did not make its case clearly, a failing that may have had more to with the piece than the people playing it.
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  16. hitmaker
  17. italicizes
    • 2007 June 5, Michiko Kakutani, “Today’s Managing Partner in Team Clinton & Clinton”, New York Times:
      Mr. Bernstein argues that Hillary Clinton’s “political development reflected more curiosity and openness” than her husband’s and italicizes the pivotal role she played in the former president’s rise to power and subsequent troubles, suggesting that Bill Clinton “often needed to be managed, pushed, reassured, guided, or scolded, depending on the moment, to perform at the level of which he was capable.”
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  18. messiahlike
    • 2007 June 5, Michiko Kakutani, “Today’s Managing Partner in Team Clinton & Clinton”, New York Times:
      He underscores Mrs. Clinton’s intelligence, toughness and resilience but also describes less than attractive traits that have more often been ascribed to George W. Bush : religious convictions that “to some bordered on a messiahlike self-perception,” a “demand for absolute loyalty,” a discomfort with being challenged.
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  19. pastoralist
    • 2007 June 5, Somini Sengupta, “Indian Officials to Rule How ‘Backward’ Group Is”, New York Times:
      The Rajasthan government announced that it would appoint a panel to study the demands of the traditionally pastoralist group that has been clamoring for the right to be considered more “backward” than it is.
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  20. pastoralists
    • 2007 June 5, Somini Sengupta, “Indian Officials to Rule How ‘Backward’ Group Is”, New York Times:
      The Gujjars, who include both Hindus and Muslims, are by no means all pastoralists these days. Mr. Bainsla, the Gujjar leader, is a retired army colonel who has spent years rallying his group to demand tribe status.
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  21. perennialize
    • 2007 June 5, Jim Robbins, “A Perennial Search for Perfect Wheat”, New York Times:
      The quest here is one of several around the world, to perennialize everything from sorghum to chickpeas to sunflowers.
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  22. premenopausal
  23. prestart
  24. refighting
    • 2007 June 5, John Markoff, “Competing as Software Goes to Web”, New York Times:
      Their challenge will be to avoid refighting the last war — and to prevent finding themselves outflanked by new competitors.
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  25. reinterviewed
    • 2007 June 5, Nicholas Bakalar, “New Findings Add Nuance to Discussion of Early Sex”, New York Times:
      They were reinterviewed one to two years later, answering questions about their emotional and mental health , family background and education, and social and romantic relationships.
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  26. stitchings
    • 2007 June 5, Roja Heydarpour, “Art as a Bitter Pill, Coated With Sweetener”, New York Times:
      And the embroidery series, 50 stitchings on white cloth called “Lessons From My Mother,” which was recently shown at the Hungarian Cultural Center in SoHo.
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  27. subsampled
    • 2007 June 5, Andrew C. Revkin, “A Team of 2, Following the Scent of Polar Bears”, New York Times:
      “Each sample, regardless of how I initially store it, is subsampled and dried in a food dehydrator for a few hours at about 100 degrees Fahrenheit, then vacuum sealed in plastic,” Ms. Gormezano said.
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  28. supervoting
    • 2007 June 5, Floyd Norris, “Family Dissidents Could Block Dow Jones Sale”, New York Times:
      Dow Jones did not establish the dual-share system until 1986, when a stock split gave every shareholder one supervoting share for every two shares of ordinary stock, which became Class A stock.
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  29. telemedicine *
    • 2007 June 5, Steve Lohr, “Venture Fund to Seek Out Cost Cutters in Health Care”, New York Times:
      Health Evolution Partners, Dr. Brailer said, would look to invest in companies with new ideas in fields like remote monitoring of patients, the management of chronic diseases, telemedicine, predictive genomics to tailor drug doses and eBay -style Internet marketplaces for services like reading chest X-rays.
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  30. undersensitive
    • 2007 June 5, Benedict Carey, “The Disorder Is Sensory; the Diagnosis, Elusive”, New York Times:
      They remain oversensitive, continually recoiling from the world, or undersensitive, banging into things, duck-walking through the day as if not entirely aware of their surroundings.
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  31. unmalleable
    • 2007 June 5, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis”, New York Times:
      If location photography meant better-looking backgrounds than the painted flats or rear-projection screens of the studios, it also meant that filmmakers had to curtail their creative urges in the face of unmalleable reality.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. lyme
    • 2007 June 5, Andrew C. Revkin, “A Team of 2, Following the Scent of Polar Bears”, New York Times:
      Although this exercise is taking place in the Mianus River Gorge Preserve , a wooded nook tucked in Bedford, N.Y., 40 miles northeast of Manhattan, the small hidden heaps contain things as foreign to New York as can be — the bones and feathers of snow geese, kelp and lyme grass, a trace of seal.
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  2. manufacuring = manufacturing