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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-15 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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105964 tokens ‧ 75631 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9391 types ‧ 45 (~ 0.479%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-06-15[edit]

  1. actuarials
    • 2007 June 15, “The Great Divide on Immigration (4 Letters)”, New York Times:
      The fact of the matter is that few if any of the estimated 12 million people here in the United States illegally are here to work as actuarials or English professors or newspaper columnists — the sorts of jobs normally held by university grads.
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  2. antiradicalization
    • 2007 June 15, Neil Macfarquhar, “Experts Advise on Combating Radicalization”, New York Times:
      Among the major recommendations of the experts at the hearing yesterday were greater involvement of Muslim-Americans in the antiradicalization effort; more aid for community policing, which is deemed most effective at nipping radicalization in the bud; and a smarter focus on countering what Al Qaeda and other groups do to win recruits.
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  3. cantilevering
    • 2007 June 15, Roberta Smith, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Made from 1984 to 1987, they capture sculptural feats of cantilevering, opposing weights and tension.
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  4. culinarians
    • 2007 June 15, William Grimes, “Eating the Environment: A Literary Kitchen Cornucopia”, New York Times:
      More literary-minded culinarians will take pleasure in Mr. Parsons’s flavorsome thumbnail histories of their favorite fruits, each one a living, idiosyncratic character, and each one threatened by scientists searching for a more durable, more evenly colored, thicker-skinned, longer-lived version of the original.
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  5. cultlike
    • 2007 June 15, Michael Slackman, “Arrests in Egypt Point Toward a Crackdown”, New York Times:
      The authorities have been referring to the family as Koranists, a derogatory label in the context of the faith, suggesting allegiance to a cultlike organization.
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  6. disenrolled
    • 2007 June 15, “Cherokees and Blacks (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      All those disenrolled have been reinstated with economic and health benefits and voting rights pending the tribal court’s final resolution.
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  7. engrained
    • 2007 June 15, Alan Feuer, “Going to Court Over Fiction by a Fictitious Writer”, New York Times:
      By the time the psychiatrist advised her to write, the persona of the teenage boy had become engrained as Ms. Albert’s alter ego, what Mr. Weinstein called her “bridge to the world.” Ms. Albert herself, in conversations before the trial, called JT “her respirator,” an unreal, though entirely necessary, entity that allowed her to breathe.
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  8. folker
    • 2007 June 15, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE (Monday) This 1960s protest folker and longtime champion of American Indian rights will surely sing “Now That the Buffalo’s Gone” and “Until It’s Time for You to Go,” and maybe even “Cod’ine,” which became a garage-rock standard.
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  9. grands *
  10. greenside
    • 2007 June 15, Damon Hack, “Oakmont Is Rough, and Mickelson Feels Pain”, New York Times:
      After knocking home a 5-foot birdie putt on No. 17, Woods nestled a short pitch from the greenside rough to 3 feet and rolled it in for par to finish his round.
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  11. interleague
    • 2007 June 15, Murray Chass, “A Reversal of Fortunes for the Yankees and the Mets”, New York Times:
      “I don’t like interleague play,” Jackson, a Yankees consultant, said yesterday, but, he quickly added, he would like to have been a part of it, especially when the Yankees played the Mets .
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  12. mako
  13. makos
    • 2007 June 15, Julia C. Mead, “Protesters of Shark Hunt Have New Strategy: They Get a Bigger Group”, New York Times:
      In February, after scientists at a conference of the World Conservation Union reported that humans kill more than 70 million sharks each year, the union downgraded the status of threshers, prized for their scythelike tails, and short-fin makos — both favored by recreational and commercial fishermen — from “near threatened” to “vulnerable to extinction.”
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  14. midpark
    • 2007 June 15, Ben Ratliff, “If It’s June, This Must Be Jazz”, New York Times:
      Central Park SummerStage, Rumsey Playfield, midpark at 70th Street, summerstage.org , 7 p.m., free.
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  15. minibooklet
    • 2007 June 15, Stuart Elliott, “MySpace Mini-Episodes, Courtesy of Honda”, New York Times:
      The minibooklet, “The Book of Mighty Small,” urges women to “discover how little can be big” and promotes a Web site, mightysmall.com .
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  16. minicamp
    • 2007 June 15, Lynn Zinser, “Kendall Reports but Is Not a Happy Camper”, New York Times:
      After skipping voluntary workouts in the off-season, Kendall, a guard, reported for minicamp but did not wait long to air his feelings about how the Jets were treating him.
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  17. minimarathon
    • 2007 June 15, Lori Moore, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      Turner Classic Movies runs a minimarathon tonight of films starring Bonita Granville, above at center, as Nancy Drew.
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  18. minisodes
    • 2007 June 15, Stuart Elliott, “MySpace Mini-Episodes, Courtesy of Honda”, New York Times:
      Fit and minisodes are among examples of a trend that is gaining favor on Madison Avenue to reprise “Think small,” which was created almost five decades ago for Volkswagen by the old Doyle Dane Bernbach agency.
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  19. neurofibrillary
    • 2007 June 15, Alan Schwarz, “Lineman, Dead at 36, Exposes Brain Injuries”, New York Times:
      Dr. Ronald Hamilton of the University of Pittsburgh and Dr. Kenneth Fallon of West Virginia University confirmed Omalu’s findings of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a condition evidenced by neurofibrillary tangles in the brain’s cortex, which can cause memory loss, depression and eventually Alzheimer’s disease-like dementia.
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  20. noisemaking
    • 2007 June 15, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Reunited a couple of times since the early ’90s, the band doesn’t play often enough, but tomorrow it headlines an afternoon at Central Park SummerStage, with Apples in Stereo, a band from Denver that plays power-pop in bright, primary colors; and Dragons of Zynth, which claims to have an “auto-physio-psychic” approach to noisemaking.
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  21. noncash
  22. nonconversations
    • 2007 June 15, Ben Ratliff, “McCartney, Almost Within Touching Distance”, New York Times:
      He used no pyro or video backdrop, and the audience stood close enough to its hero that it could hold nonconversations with him.
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  23. noneroding
    • 2007 June 15, Monica Corcoran, “Oxnard, the Un-Malibu”, New York Times:
      Perhaps touting the noneroding coastline would be a better lure.
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  24. nonjazz
    • 2007 June 15, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      ANTHONY COLEMAN TRIO (Tuesday) Anthony Coleman’s stylistic world contains everything from the early jazz of his fellow pianist Jelly Roll Morton to the earlier nonjazz of classical and Sephardic folk music.
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  25. overbrowsed
    • 2007 June 15, Felicity Barringer, “Meadow Birds in Precipitous Decline, Audubon Says”, New York Times:
      In the Northeast, the reversion of fields to forests has hurt some field-dwelling species, and some forest-dwelling species have been hurt by the loss of woodland shrubs overbrowsed by deer.
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  26. oversubscribed
    • 2007 June 15, Heather Timmons, “India’s Economic Boom Transforms Stock Trading Into a National Pastime”, New York Times:
      This week, the country’s largest public offering came to the market, the $2.4 billion float of the real estate company DLF. Despite a history strewn with lawsuits, fears of a property bubble and a prospectus that lists 76 risks, DLF was oversubscribed.
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  27. patinas *
    • 2007 June 15, Claudia La Rocco, “From Supernatural Tales to Storybook Endings”, New York Times:
      He offers the social patinas and the niceties (at one point the dancers wave to one another) through sweeping group patterns, then swoops in to dissect a darker corner of human relations; when Maria Kowroski’s long, powerful leg angles up and behind Amar Ramasar in Aria I, she is both beholden to him and preying upon him.
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  28. penguinlike
    • 2007 June 15, Roberta Smith, “Curious Time Travel Through Art History”, New York Times:
      It includes a reclining woman holding an orange ball while being menaced by a red-faced penguinlike creature (a barbarian?) holding a stick.
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  29. preshow
    • 2007 June 15, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      This weekend and next the company is also offering preshow Shakespeare workshops for 8- to 10-year-olds, in which the children will do theatrical warm-up exercises, play games and even perform a scene with actors.
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  30. pseudoclinical
  31. revisitation
    • 2007 June 15, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      The Anthology Film Archives will be screening three of Mr. Benning’s recent films in rotation this week, beginning tonight with “13 Lakes” and “Ten Skies” (both made in 2004), and adding “One Way Boogie Woogie/27 Years Later,” a 2005 revisitation of Mr. Benning’s celebrated 1977 film “One Way Boogie Woogie.”
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  32. scrimmed
    • 2007 June 15, Michael Kimmelman, “That Unruly, Serendipitous Show in Venice”, New York Times:
      I returned a few times to a sepulchral white room in the pavilion where a rectangular carpet of licorice candies (you may take one if you wish) evokes a gravesite beneath a rectangle of scrimmed skylight.
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  33. scythelike
    • 2007 June 15, Julia C. Mead, “Protesters of Shark Hunt Have New Strategy: They Get a Bigger Group”, New York Times:
      In February, after scientists at a conference of the World Conservation Union reported that humans kill more than 70 million sharks each year, the union downgraded the status of threshers, prized for their scythelike tails, and short-fin makos — both favored by recreational and commercial fishermen — from “near threatened” to “vulnerable to extinction.”
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  34. strangulating
    • 2007 June 15, “Palestinians at War”, New York Times:
      That should include a total freeze on settlement building and expansion, a prompt easing of the onerous, humiliating and economically strangulating blockades on Palestinian movements within the West Bank, and the swift release to Mr. Abbas’s office of all tax revenues rightfully belonging to the Palestinians but still in Israeli hands.
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  35. swimmable
    • 2007 June 15, Robin Finn, “A Feisty Philanthropist at 100, With a Five-Year Plan”, New York Times:
      One thing I want to do is save the Hudson River, see it accessible and swimmable and green along the banks: parks are the lungs for people living in the city or anywhere.”
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  36. unflashy
  37. unheavenly
  38. wheatberries

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