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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-14 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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2007-06-14[edit]

  1. anticounterfeit
  2. anticounterfeiting
    • 2007 June 14, Brad Stone, “EBay Says Fraud Crackdown Has Worked”, New York Times:
      Other companies whose products are not yet protected by the new anticounterfeiting measures still complain about piracy on eBay, and some longtime sellers complain that they are left in the dark about changes to the complex ecosystem on which they depend.
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  3. antifood
  4. antiscalping
  5. antispyware
    • 2007 June 14, J. D. Biersdorfer, “Fixing Silent Movies in Windows”, New York Times:
      A. Please, before you do anything else, make sure your antivirus and antispyware programs are up to date before opening unfamiliar files.
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  6. biomechanist
    • 2007 June 14, Sarah Tuff, “Who, Me Take Running Class?”, New York Times:
      “It’s no longer just the geeky runner going to technical stores and learning about form,” said Sean Murphy, a biomechanist with New Balance.
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  7. blousy
    • 2007 June 14, David Colman, “The Only Thing Missing Is Bananarama”, New York Times:
      This spring, fashion enthusiastically revisited the ’80s with neon-bright colors, abstract and ethnic prints, blousy silhouettes, crazy asymmetrical graphics, impractically high-tech fabrics and New Wave accessories.
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  8. castmate
    • 2007 June 14, Melena Ryzik, “Unwelcome at Home, Student Play Is a Hit in New York”, New York Times:
      A few feet away, her friend and castmate Tara Ross, also 18, was applying makeup; outside their door, a couple of boys were sacked out on a couch, studying notes in binders.
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  9. castmates
  10. chez *
    • 2007 June 14, Kristina Dechter, “For Those Who Missed the ’60s or Just Can’t Remember”, New York Times:
      Looking back at spring’s free-floating dresses, or the mysterious emergence of beaded headbands chez Miuccia Prada, or the countless amoebic prints (and paisleys!) coming from Dries van Noten for fall, it seems odd that the hippie undercurrent has gone largely unnoticed, even as we approach the 40th anniversary of the Summer of Love.
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  11. commandingly
    • 2007 June 14, Nate Chinen, “Jazz With a Casual Urgency, Played in Support of Peace”, New York Times:
      Both are byproducts of Mr. McCaslin’s sincere engagement with Latin American rhythm, and he soloed commandingly on each of them, counterbalancing his 16th-note flurries with spontaneous riffs and stuttering syncopations.
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  12. contatas
    • 2007 June 14, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      The cantatas alone fill more than 40 volumes. Mr. Wolff said some contatas and several sonatas previously attributed to Bach had been determined not to have been written by him and were removed from the collection.
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  13. decompressor
    • 2007 June 14, J. D. Biersdorfer, “Fixing Silent Movies in Windows”, New York Times:
      A codec, short for compressor/decompressor or coder/decoder, works with a multimedia program to play the audio or video data in a certain format.
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  14. demilune
    • 2007 June 14, Kate Murphy, “A Resort Cottage to Go”, New York Times:
      Ms. DeMatto said her park model was custom-built by Trophy Homes with demilune and dormer windows.
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  15. digitalization
    • 2007 June 14, Richard Sandomir, “For Cavaliers-Spurs, Where Have All the Viewers Gone?”, New York Times:
      But if those sites are gobbling up those viewers, what does the digitalization of pro basketball portend for the N.B.A. finals, which, in 1997 (a Michael Jordan year), outdrew the World Series, a feat it repeated in 1998 (Jordan’s farewell to the finals), but not again since?
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  16. dispensement
  17. earcups
    • 2007 June 14, David Pogue, “Headphones to Shut Out the World”, New York Times:
      PANASONIC RP-HC500 The pleasantly smushy-edged earcups on this new model do an excellent job of isolating your ears.
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  18. endocannabinoid
    • 2007 June 14, Stephanie Saul, “F.D.A. Panel Rejects Drug for Obesity”, New York Times:
      The drug, which the company had planned to call Zimulti in the United States, works on the brain’s endocannabinoid system.
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  19. endocrinological
    • 2007 June 14, Alex Kuczynski, “A Sense of Anxiety a Shirt Won’t Cover”, New York Times:
      Surgeons who are referred a young patient by a pediatrician often will first call for a complete endocrinological workup to make sure that the breast enlargement isn’t a transient hormonal fluctuation.
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  20. fireballer
  21. groundout
  22. henley
  23. hijiki *
    • 2007 June 14, Penelope Green, “The Only Heat Is From Hot Sauce”, New York Times:
      Her meals — hijiki salad, barely steamed haricots verts, lots of smoothies — are constructed (or deconstructed in a blender) rather than sautéed, boiled or braised.
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  24. iliotibial
    • 2007 June 14, Sarah Tuff, “Who, Me Take Running Class?”, New York Times:
      Aga Goodsell, an aerospace engineer from Mountain View, Calif., ran in college, and resumed the sport 20 years later, but started to have ankle pain and problems with her iliotibial band.
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  25. impliedly
    • 2007 June 14, Alan Feuer, “In Shift, Judge Eases Limits on Surveillance by the Police”, New York Times:
      “In the language of contracts” he wrote, “the N.Y.P.D. promised to enact (and impliedly to follow) the N.Y.P.D. guidelines in exchange for the court’s promise to grant modifications.”
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  26. junkballer
  27. mandles
    • 2007 June 14, Mike Albo, “If You Really Need the Big Price Tag”, New York Times:
      Sick of free Valentino and Louis Vuitton, he can dash in for mandles, flip-flops and new duds for Clooney’s Italian mansion party.
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  28. microcurrents
    • 2007 June 14, Melena Ryzik, “You Can Smooth or Zap but Will the Results Hit Home?”, New York Times:
      Based loosely on a procedure used to treat Bell’s palsy, the hand-held device emits electrical microcurrents meant to stimulate muscles, which the makers claim tightens the skin.
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  29. microelectrocurrents
  30. microproduction
    • 2007 June 14, Guy Trebay, “Out-Levi-ing Levi Strauss”, New York Times:
      That, of course, was an age when premium value was set on mass- and not microproduction, a time before the market inverted itself and transformed everyday stuff like coffee or photographs into artificial rarities.
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  31. midfoot
    • 2007 June 14, Sarah Tuff, “Rules of the Road”, New York Times:
      FOOT STRIKE The position in which the foot hits the ground, heel, midfoot or forefoot.
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  32. miniburst
    • 2007 June 14, Patricia Cohen, “An Unexpected Odd Couple: Free Markets and Freedom”, New York Times:
      Then, just after the start of the Iraq war, “There was a miniburst of optimism” that capitalism was leading to democracy after all, Mr. Mandelbaum said, with three popular uprisings in Ukraine, Georgia and Kyrgyzstan and elections in Gaza, Lebanon and Egypt in 2005.
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  33. minicamp
    • 2007 June 14, Clifton Brown, “Coughlin Wants Less Talk, More Wins”, New York Times:
      Facing a pivotal year in his coaching career, Coughlin delivered a message when the team opened its three-day minicamp Wednesday.
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  34. miniplug
    • 2007 June 14, David Pogue, “Headphones to Shut Out the World”, New York Times:
      Each comes in a carrying case that keeps the devices together with their accessories: the miniplug cable for your music or DVD player, for example, and the adapters for quarter-inch phono jacks and dual-pronged airplane armrest jacks.
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  35. miswired
    • 2007 June 14, John Schwartz, “Computer Flaw Could Imperil Space Station”, New York Times:
      The astronauts removed all but one of the locks that had been placed on the mechanism to secure it for its trip to the station, leaving the last one until issues with one of the joint’s two drive locks — which apparently were miswired — could be resolved.
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  36. mousework
    • 2007 June 14, J. D. Biersdorfer, “Fixing Silent Movies in Windows”, New York Times:
      TIP OF THE WEEK Keyboard shortcuts can save time and a lot of mousework for common computing chores, but sometimes it is hard to find them.
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  37. nonegalitarian
  38. nonjoint
  39. outscorn
    • 2007 June 14, Penelope Green, “Kitchen Tales”, New York Times:
      “That’s a bit like asking a man to subject himself to his own Freudian analysis,” he said, and then ventured this answer: “I guess I am Lear and the kitchen is my heath, wherein I strive to outscorn the to-and-fro conflicting wind and rain.”
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  40. overexpanded
  41. oviraptor
    • 2007 June 14, John Noble Wilford, “70 Million Years Ago, Birdlike Giant in China”, New York Times:
      The Chinese scientists who made the discovery, being reported today in the journal Nature, said the skeleton belonged to a dinosaur family that included the beaked, birdlike oviraptor.
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  42. oviraptorosaurs
    • 2007 June 14, John Noble Wilford, “70 Million Years Ago, Birdlike Giant in China”, New York Times:
      Although no traces of feathers were found, the discovery team noted that smaller oviraptorosaurs were known to have had arm feathers and possibly other types of feathers.
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  43. paradegoer
  44. paradegoers
  45. patinas *
    • 2007 June 14, Penelope Green, “The Artist’s Kitchen, Recycled and Curated”, New York Times:
      She said she likes patinas that build up over time, old objects that look new and anything from the 1920s or the 1950s, because the shapes of those eras remind her of both African vessels and the Jetsons.
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  46. phono
    • 2007 June 14, David Pogue, “Headphones to Shut Out the World”, New York Times:
      Each comes in a carrying case that keeps the devices together with their accessories: the miniplug cable for your music or DVD player, for example, and the adapters for quarter-inch phono jacks and dual-pronged airplane armrest jacks.
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  47. pouf
    • 2007 June 14, Penelope Green, “The Only Heat Is From Hot Sauce”, New York Times:
      Instead, Ms. Pettijohn and her guests might sit on a wicker “pouf” at a table that’s about dachshund height, or forego even the pouf to sit cross-legged on the floor.
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  48. rehabilitator
  49. rejecter
    • 2007 June 14, Nick Bunkley, “Another Spin for ‘Buy American’”, New York Times:
      “Even the staunchest American- car rejecter is rooting for American cars,” said Eric Hirshberg, president of Deutsch Los Angeles, the advertising agency behind the current campaign for G.M.’s Saturn brand.
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  50. rimonabant
    • 2007 June 14, Stephanie Saul, “F.D.A. Panel Rejects Drug for Obesity”, New York Times:
      Although the drug, rimonabant, is already marketed in 37 countries, it is now unlikely that the Food and Drug Administration will approve its sale in the United States without additional safety data.
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  51. stanazolol
    • 2007 June 14, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      Toney, 38, tested positive for boldenone and stanazolol, and Batchelder tested positive for stanazolol and oxandolone, Garcia said.
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  52. steelhead
    • 2007 June 14, Felicity Barringer, “Only Wild Fish Matter in ‘Endangered’ Count, Judge Rules”, New York Times:
      Several environmental groups, including Trout Unlimited, American Rivers and the Sierra Club , filed suit after one species of salmon, the Upper Columbia steelhead, was downgraded to threatened from endangered under the new policy.
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  53. tajibo
    • 2007 June 14, Fred A. Bernstein, “A Retreat in Ulster County, Shipped Partly From Bolivia”, New York Times:
      UNDER Bolivian law, Mr. Guardia said, he was required to obtain a permit from the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Environment certifying that the woods he used — which included tarara (canary wood) for the cabinets and tajibo for windows and doors — could be exported legally.
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  54. tarara
    • 2007 June 14, Fred A. Bernstein, “A Retreat in Ulster County, Shipped Partly From Bolivia”, New York Times:
      UNDER Bolivian law, Mr. Guardia said, he was required to obtain a permit from the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Environment certifying that the woods he used — which included tarara (canary wood) for the cabinets and tajibo for windows and doors — could be exported legally.
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  55. tigerishly
    • 2007 June 14, Jennifer Dunning, “Never Mind the Name: Balanchine’s ’60s Hit Seeks to Sparkle Again”, New York Times:
      Thoughts of Edward Villella’s insouciance in the “follow the leader” sequence came unbidden as Mr. De Luz tigerishly led the fine male quartet (Kyle Froman, Austin Laurent, Allen Peiffer and Troy Schumacher) across the stage.
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  56. tricoastal
    • 2007 June 14, Mike Albo, “If You Really Need the Big Price Tag”, New York Times:
      But then, I am not someone who can just order drink after drink at the Hotel Gansevoort with cavalier joy and talk about how fun it is to be tricoastal.
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  57. tryglycerides
    • 2007 June 14, Stephanie Saul, “F.D.A. Panel Rejects Drug for Obesity”, New York Times:
      The company also argued that the drug should be evaluated in light of a growing need for drugs to treat obesity, citing benefits in glucose, HDL cholesterol , tryglycerides and inflammatory markers in patients taking the drug.
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  58. tsimmes
    • 2007 June 14, Janet Maslin, “You Were Expecting Maybe Tragedy?”, New York Times:
      Typically, this piece is so full of Yiddishisms (“a tsimmes of talentless trombeniks”), bilious invective and ancient history (“Are you aware your instructor Silverfish was fired for editing a Hollywood movie because Henry Fonda was repeatedly cut in upside down?”) that it sounds like vintage Allen.
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  59. ultradesirable
    • 2007 June 14, Guy Trebay, “Out-Levi-ing Levi Strauss”, New York Times:
      Initiates know that beyond the wall of fluttering pant legs lies a trove of bluejeans produced by niche Japanese labels in the kind of ultradesirable limited editions that recall Richard Serra lithographs or Red Shoulder chardonnay.
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  60. unassembling
  61. uncelebrated
    • 2007 June 14, Lisa Belkin, “The Pangs of Family Mealtime Guilt”, New York Times:
      I admire Badger’s blog for its straight talk, and when I confessed my guilt to her in an e-mail message that I was somehow failing my children every time dinner passed uncelebrated, she did not disappoint.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. oxandolone = oxandrolone
    • 2007 June 14, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      Toney, 38, tested positive for boldenone and stanazolol, and Batchelder tested positive for stanazolol and oxandolone, Garcia said.
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