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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-20 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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89560 tokens ‧ 66233 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8482 types ‧ 37 (~ 0.436%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-06-20[edit]

  1. anticompetitive
    • 2007 June 20, Stephen Labaton, “Microsoft to Alter Windows Vista”, New York Times:
      WASHINGTON, June 20 — Microsoft has agreed to make changes to its Windows Vista operating system in response to a complaint by Google that a feature of Vista is anticompetitive, lawyers involved in the case said on Tuesday.
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  2. cajeta
    • 2007 June 20, Florence Fabricant, “Food Stuff”, New York Times:
      Consider Bardwell Farm’s cheeses and cajeta show up at the Greenmarkets in TriBeCa and Fort Greene on Saturdays and Tompkins Square Park on Sundays.
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  3. clopidogrel
    • 2007 June 20, Stephanie Saul, “Court Upholds Plavix Patent”, New York Times:
      Those negotiations will reduce the ultimate amount of any damages payable by Apotex to 50 percent of its total sales of generic Plavix, or clopidogrel bisulphate — an estimated penalty of $500 million to $600 million.
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  4. commandingly
  5. correctively
    • 2007 June 20, Melissa Clark, “A Dish Whose Heart Longs for Spring”, New York Times:
      I would throw in radishes, too, which would add a correctively spicy bite to keep things from getting too cloying.
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  6. coverages
  7. dessertlike
    • 2007 June 20, Peter Meehan, “Pastry Chefs, Refusing to Be Sweet”, New York Times:
      In New York the first of this new breed of dessert restaurant — which might be loosely defined as a place run by a pastry chef, with half or more of the menu given over to dessert or dessertlike preparations — was ChikaLicious, opened by Chika Tillman in 2003.
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  8. doughlike
    • 2007 June 20, “Recipe: Cornmeal-Herb Dumplings”, New York Times:
      Stir the wet into the dry until just combined into a very thick batter (if it is doughlike, add more buttermilk).
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  9. euthanization
  10. ghostbusters
    • 2007 June 20, Virginia Heffernan, “Staking Out the Dead and Having a Lively Time of It”, New York Times:
      The ghostbusters are all men but one, and all white, which does nothing to correct the staple joke of black comics that white people are too quick to pursue things that go bump in the night.
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  11. gigante *
  12. groundout
  13. interleague
  14. kibbe
    • 2007 June 20, “Letters”, New York Times:
      What a pleasure it was to read Melissa Clark’s feature on kibbe!
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  15. kickline
    • 2007 June 20, Nate Chinen, “Power to the People (and Some Pop Too)”, New York Times:
      A coterie of dancers in drag formed a Rockette-style kickline as Amanda Lepore, the transgender downtown diva, uttered the most memorable of several disco refrains: “I don’t know much about clothes/But my hair looks fierce.”
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  16. landmarked
  17. limas *
    • 2007 June 20, Mark Bittman, “Not for Bean Counters”, New York Times:
      No. There are fresh and frozen beans to consider: edamame and limas are lightning fast, as are frozen black and white beans.
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  18. mizuna
  19. nandrolone
  20. noncompetition
    • 2007 June 20, Richard Siklos, “Black’s Lawyers Hammer Former Partner’s Testimony”, New York Times:
      Mr. Greenspan said there was no evidence that his client ever instructed Mr. Radler or anyone else to conceal information from the audit committee about the so-called noncompetition payments made to Mr. Black, Mr. Radler, the other defendants and a Canadian holding company as a result of the asset sales.
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  21. nonoffensive
    • 2007 June 20, “Losing Antioch, and Its Flame (4 Letters)”, New York Times:
      My parents watched with sadness as the college and university floundered in the 1970s and 80s, while I remember being impressed, as a graduate student in the 1990s, by the college’s experiments to promote nonoffensive sexual relations among its student body.
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  22. overdevelopment
    • 2007 June 20, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “Competing Visions for Governors Island”, New York Times:
      This approach will familiarize New Yorkers with a mostly unvisited site, aiding public support for future plans and possibly stemming overdevelopment.
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  23. overreacher
  24. oxford *
    • 2007 June 20, Virginia Heffernan, “Staking Out the Dead and Having a Lively Time of It”, New York Times:
      It’s funny when you think about it: make-believe cops are maniacs, while real-life ghost hunters — who could be forgiven for being delusional — turn out to be neato team players in oxford cloth and fleece.
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  25. reconvicted
    • 2007 June 20, William Grimes, “For a Corrupt New York, a Lawman Who Fit In”, New York Times:
      She argued that Becker, who was convicted of first-degree murder, reconvicted at a second trial and executed at Sing Sing, had been framed.
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  26. savories
  27. scrappiness
    • 2007 June 20, Richard Siklos, “Black’s Lawyers Hammer Former Partner’s Testimony”, New York Times:
      While he and Mr. Black were longtime partners, he noted that they were not close and Mr. Radler’s street scrappiness was a stark contrast to Mr. Black’s avocations as an author and thinker.
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  28. shiitakes
    • 2007 June 20, Florence Fabricant, “Food Stuff”, New York Times:
      He is devoted to organic farming, and his shiitakes and blue and king oyster mushrooms (all $20 a pound), which sprout from bark and straw, are sold at the farmer’s markets in Sag Harbor on Saturday mornings and East Hampton on Wednesday mornings.
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  29. tumblerful
  30. ultrasmooth
    • 2007 June 20, Florence Fabricant, “Food Stuff”, New York Times:
      Choctál, a company in Pasadena, Calif., makes four ultrasmooth chocolate ice creams that show off their individual origins and personalities.
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  31. unstuffed
    • 2007 June 20, Melissa Clark, “A Dish Whose Heart Longs for Spring”, New York Times:
      When I eventually unstuffed the bags from my poor, crammed fridge, the vegetables were nearly spent.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. mushi -> chawan mushi