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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-09 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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85575 tokens ‧ 62844 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8204 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.39%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-06-09[edit]

  1. anticommercialism
    • 2007 June 9, Michael Walker, “(Don’t Go Back to) San Francisco”, New York Times:
      Unstructured gigs at the city’s acid-drenched ballrooms encouraged epic jams of the sort perfected by the Grateful Dead, Big Brother and the Holding Company, and the Jefferson Airplane, along with a naïve anticommercialism — hit singles were for the hacks in Laurel Canyon.
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  2. arborcide
  3. balletically
    • 2007 June 9, Allan Kozinn, “Tortoise Meets Hare at Lincoln Center”, New York Times:
      In the finale it seemed finally to dawn on Mr. Lang that he was behind Mr. Muti’s back, and that if he couldn’t win the tempo war, he could at least revive a few favorite physical moves, like waving one hand balletically over the keyboard while playing with the other, and flashing his “Wow, this is fun!” grin.
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  4. bandleading
  5. cauc
  6. creaturelike
  7. descrescendo
    • 2007 June 9, Craig R. Whitney, “Amid the Shirts and Socks, a Concert Can Break Out”, New York Times:
      “It’s probably the most difficult piece I’ve ever done,” he said before trying out several movements at a Wednesday evening concert, his fingers slinking from keyboard to keyboard and darting restlessly over the 729 stop-control tablets as phrase seamlessly followed phrase and crescendo climaxed and faded into descrescendo.
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  8. fleetlingly
  9. godspeed
    • 2007 June 9, John Schwartz, “Shuttle Atlantis Appears to Have Flawless Liftoff”, New York Times:
      Just before the liftoff, Michael Leinbach, the shuttle launching director, told the commander, Col. Frederick W. Sturckow, using his nickname, “O.K., C. J., it took us a little while to get to this point, but the ship’s in great shape, so good luck and godspeed.
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  10. insurances
  11. intramurals
  12. jackman
    • 2007 June 9, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      While Stewart’s team checked out the damage to his car in the pit stall, Busch pulled next to Stewart’s car, forcing the jackman Jason Lee to jump back and onto the hood.
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  13. juneberry
    • 2007 June 9, Andy Newman, “As Beetle Threatens, 10,000 Staten Island Trees Die by Chain Saw”, New York Times:
      Glenn Phillips, executive director of New York City Audubon, said that his main concern was that the beetle not spread east to the nearby tract known as Teleport Woods, home to the globally rare Nantucket juneberry, among other precious plants.
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  14. microbuses
    • 2007 June 9, Michael Walker, “(Don’t Go Back to) San Francisco”, New York Times:
      Untold VW microbuses from Ann Arbor to Amherst chugged west on little more than the song’s purple-hazy promise: the tribes were gathering, and they were gathering in San Francisco.
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  15. minicamp
    • 2007 June 9, The Associated Press, “Beginning for Green Means End for Culpepper in Miami”, New York Times:
      Frustrated by the team’s decision to let him participate only in individual drills, Culpepper walked off the practice field — accompanied by a member of Miami’s security staff — about an hour into Friday’s start of a three-day minicamp and vowed that he would block the Dolphins’ plans to trade him.
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  16. overattribute
    • 2007 June 9, Paul B. Brown, “In Corporations They Don’t Trust”, New York Times:
      “At such times, executives can overattribute their company’s strong performance to their own actions and abilities, rather than to the buoyant economy,” he said.
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  17. overexuberant
    • 2007 June 9, Dan Mitchell, “Lots of Froth but No Bubble”, New York Times:
      And he started this week with a splash: in his third post, he offered a harsh (for him) rebuttal of the spreading notion that there is a new Internet bubble forming, that Silicon Valley is overexuberant about “Web 2.0,” and that soon it will all come crashing down ( blog.pmarca.com ).
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  18. picketers
  19. postmerger
  20. rawly
    • 2007 June 9, Roslyn Sulcas, “Spanish Guitars, Fast Footwork, Everything but the Cafe”, New York Times:
      Noche Flamenca, which returned to Theater 80 in the East Village last week for its summer season, does a pretty good job of all this even if its new program, “Aldaba,” is heavily weighted toward the rawly emotional side of flamenco, with mixed results.
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  21. restrictionists
    • 2007 June 9, “A Failure of Leadership”, New York Times:
      The tragedy is that the compromise bill was written to bring these restrictionists along, with punitive, detestable provisions that many supporters of comprehensive reform agreed to endorse for the sake of a “grand bargain.”
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  22. retarget
    • 2007 June 9, “Nasty, Unfinished Cold War Business”, New York Times:
      The presidents’ kiss and makeup session shouldn’t erase Mr. Putin’s earlier threats that Moscow would retarget its weapons against Europe if Washington went ahead with plans to build the system there.
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  23. situps
    • 2007 June 9, Paul Vitello, “When Second Graders Run Wild, With Federal Approval”, New York Times:
      Some are improvised, and others, like Mrs. Thuma’s, are conducted with the help of videotaped programs that take the kids through a 5- or 10-minute session of jumping jacks, running in place, situps, push-ups and the above-mentioned bicycle pedaling, which some of the girls, according to Mrs. Thuma, really hate.
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  24. snus
    • 2007 June 9, Barnaby J. Feder, “Philip Morris Tries Smokeless Tobacco Product”, New York Times:
      Professor Rodu, whose research program is sponsored by smokeless tobacco companies, said studies had shown that snus cut the cancer risks of smoking by as much as 98 percent.
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  25. trackable
    • 2007 June 9, Ralph Blumenthal, “U.S. Issues Reprieve on New Passport Rules”, New York Times:
      And officials said that only online receipts from applications electronically trackable would be accepted as proof that a traveler had a passport coming.
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  26. transvestitism
  27. unaccustomedly
    • 2007 June 9, Jennifer Dunning, “Celebrating the Larger-Than-Life Man Who Coaxed Balanchine to America”, New York Times:
      But it is also a colorful spectacle and perhaps even an unaccustomedly affectionate bow by Balanchine to the brilliant, difficult, sometimes charmingly ridiculous notions of the man who made possible Balanchine’s creation of an American ballet.
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  28. unlevel
  29. vaporetto *
    • 2007 June 9, Randy Kennedy, “At Venice Biennale, Artists Plant Flag for Their State (of Mind)”, New York Times:
      After a near circumnavigation, the royal party made landfall at a public vaporetto stop and forged into the island’s interior, along with a funeral party and a group of tourists who included a young American woman dressed all in black under a black lace parasol.
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