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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-13 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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91007 tokens ‧ 67274 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8592 types ‧ 43 (~ 0.5%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-06-13[edit]

  1. antifraud
    • 2007 June 13, Thomas Crampton, “Google to Reduce History of Personal Searches”, New York Times:
      “We believe we can still address our legitimate interests in security, innovation and antifraud efforts with this shorter period,” Peter Fleischer, Google’s global privacy counsel, wrote in the letter.
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  2. brickyard
    • 2007 June 13, William Grimes, “Surviving Under Mao: A Slacker’s Guide”, New York Times:
      Expulsion for this and other microscopic offenses soon followed. Mr. Kang, loath to burden his family, signed on as a confined laborer at a brickyard.
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  3. butterhead
    • 2007 June 13, Florence Fabricant, “A New Yogurt Maker, With an Eye on Earth”, New York Times:
      Satur Farms in Cutchogue, N.Y., grows lush heads of herbaceous, velvety tender green and red butterhead lettuce, picking them daily and trucking them to several New York markets, including Fresh Direct, where they are $3.29 each, and Gourmet Garage, $3.99.
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  4. byaldi
    • 2007 June 13, “Recipe: Confit Byaldi”, New York Times:
      To serve, heat broiler and place byaldi underneath until lightly browned.
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  5. clattery
    • 2007 June 13, Virginia Heffernan, “Doing the People’s Business, in All Its Somnolent Glory”, New York Times:
      The clattery, shuffly, all-too-real documentary opens with some Idahoan legislators telling teenagers, at length, what average and ordinary guys they are as members of a so-called citizen legislature.
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  6. cooktops
    • 2007 June 13, Joan Nathan, “A Moroccan Oven That’s Open to All”, New York Times:
      Today many people have gas stoves or propane cooktops at home, and the communal ovens are disappearing.
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  7. deviationist
    • 2007 June 13, William Grimes, “Surviving Under Mao: A Slacker’s Guide”, New York Times:
      Theirs was the confession, and Mr. Kang turned them out by the dozen throughout his life, expiating one supposed crime after another by denouncing himself as a reactionary element, a deviationist and whatever else was on the political menu that day.
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  8. dicings
    • 2007 June 13, Florence Fabricant, “Lamb With a Pesto that Packs a Wallop”, New York Times:
      Warm potato salad in a vinaigrette dressing with dicings of speck was a felicitous choice alongside.
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  9. dragonlike
    • 2007 June 13, Kathryn Shattuck, New York Times[1]:
      10 P.M. (Sci Fi) DESTINATION TRUTH Josh Gates continues his worldwide journey for sites of paranormal activities, stopping tonight in Thailand to dredge up information on a dragonlike sea monster.
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  10. experimentalism
    • 2007 June 13, Allan Kozinn, “Beethoven’s Adventures: A Narrative and Context”, New York Times:
      By playing up the lushness of Webern’s “Langsamer Satz” and the experimentalism of Beethoven’s “Serioso” Quartet, for example, they created the impression that Beethoven was the more adventurous composer.
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  11. ferrane
  12. fudgy
    • 2007 June 13, Florence Fabricant, “A New Yogurt Maker, With an Eye on Earth”, New York Times:
      Chunky peanut butter cookies ($2.50) are sandwiched with peanut butter filling; Valrhona brownies ($3) are dense and fudgy.
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  13. interleague
  14. khubz
  15. kibbe
    • 2007 June 13, Melissa Clark, “Kibbe Raw (Good) and Cooked (Better)”, New York Times:
      But since I had planned to eat the kibbe uncooked in the first place, I figured tasting was not only perfectly fine, but a well deserved hors d’oeuvre.
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  16. minicamp
  17. ministate
    • 2007 June 13, Marlise Simons, “War Crimes Tribunal Sentences Serb to 35 Years”, New York Times:
      Milan Martic, 52, listened motionless as the three judges called him “one of the most important and influential political figures” of the Serbian ministate of Krajina, which broke off from Croatia in the early 1990s as Yugoslavia fell apart.
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  18. multitouch
    • 2007 June 13, John Markoff, “That iPhone Has a Keyboard, but It’s Not Mechanical”, New York Times:
      Apple’s multitouch technology — which permits control gestures with one or more fingers or thumbs — and which is now also being explored by a variety of other companies, including Microsoft , Hewlett-Packard and others, is a much more direct way to interact with a computer.
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  19. nondomestic
    • 2007 June 13, Michael J. De La Merced, “Lehman Brothers Profit Climbs 27%”, New York Times:
      The firm has bolstered its operations outside of the United States: about 48 percent of its net revenue for the quarter came from nondomestic sources, up 37 percent from the same time last year.
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  20. nonfunctioning
  21. phonebook
  22. piperade
  23. preplanning
  24. prisonlike
  25. punchless
    • 2007 June 13, Tyler Kepner, “On Sinkerball Night, Yankees Keep Rising”, New York Times:
      The Yankees were mostly punchless after the home run, with Webb, last season’s Cy Young award winner in the National League, retiring 10 of the next 11 hitters.
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  26. reinaugurate
    • 2007 June 13, Anthony Tommasini, “Amid Alleluias, Festival Hall Resurrected”, New York Times:
      LONDON, June 12 — All four of the resident orchestras at the Royal Festival Hall — the London Philharmonic, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the London Sinfonietta and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment — took part in the grand and substantive gala concert on Monday night to reinaugurate the hall after a major two-year, $234 million renovation.
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  27. rootlessness
    • 2007 June 13, Allan Kozinn, “Beethoven’s Adventures: A Narrative and Context”, New York Times:
      Bartok’s Quartet No. 3 (1927), in the Emerson’s warm-hued, virtuosic account, has it both ways: the tinge of modernist angularity and harmonic rootlessness give it its irresistible drive, yet shards of Beethovenian contemplativeness occasionally drift through, like glimpses of a lost world.
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  28. ruminatively
  29. salability
    • 2007 June 13, Alan Riding, “Alas, Poor Art Market: A Multimillion-Dollar Head Case”, New York Times:
      Apart from their salability and the fact that many of these works are made by Mr. Hirst’s studio assistants (or his jewelers), what they have in common, White Cube tells us, is his exploration of “the fundamental themes of human existence — life, death, truth, love, immortality and art itself.”
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  30. schooler
    • 2007 June 13, Mike Hale, “The President and His Friends, Younger and More Animated”, New York Times:
      The central conceit of “Lil’ Bush” — its conception of the president as a supremely self-confident grade schooler who can get away with anything because, well, he’s just a little kid — is a good one.
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  31. shortbreads
    • 2007 June 13, Florence Fabricant, “A New Yogurt Maker, With an Eye on Earth”, New York Times:
      But her almond shortbreads ($1.50 for two) are all you need for an elegant dessert with some berries and a glass of Champagne.
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  32. sinkerballers
    • 2007 June 13, Tyler Kepner, “On Sinkerball Night, Yankees Keep Rising”, New York Times:
      Two of the major leagues’ pre-eminent sinkerballers faced each other at Yankee Stadium last night in Brandon Webb of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Chien-Ming Wang of the Yankees .
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  33. soporifical
  34. torchy
    • 2007 June 13, Kelefa Sanneh, “Audience Participation Welcome (but Shhh)”, New York Times:
      She happily shared the spotlight by covering the New York singer-songwriter Tony Scherr and by inviting Broken Social Scene’s Kevin Drew onstage for a torchy version of that band’s “Lover’s Spit.”
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  35. underminer
    • 2007 June 13, Ginia Bellafante, “A Home Big Enough to House the Cousins”, New York Times:
      Set in the Chicago projects of the 1970s, Mr. Lear’s series understood poverty as the great underminer of African-American advancement. Mr. Perry seems to see something wayward in the African-American soul.
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  36. upskirting
  37. waterslide
    • 2007 June 13, Campbell Robertson, “Hart Was Doyenne of the Arts and Showbiz”, New York Times:
      Her children, Catherine and Christopher Hart, told stories of her going on a waterslide at 93 and playing gin rummy with her grandchildren — for money.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. ambieneral
  2. craniosynostis
  3. losttrainofthoughteral
  4. sleeperal
  5. whoopie -> whoopie pie
    • 2007 June 13, Florence Fabricant, “A New Yogurt Maker, With an Eye on Earth”, New York Times:
      A banquette in the window and a whimsical chandelier dangling from the soaring ceiling enliven the brick-walled shop, the better to showcase some riffs on popular snacks like whoopie pies and Oreos.
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