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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-22 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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85907 tokens ‧ 61473 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8322 types ‧ 39 (~ 0.469%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-06-22[edit]

  1. afterguard
    • 2007 June 22, Christopher Clarey, “A Successful Cultural Exchange With No High-Fives”, New York Times:
      After the nightmarish experience of Team New Zealand at the last Cup, in 2003, where its equipment and dignity broke down in the midst of a sweep by Alinghi, the new leaders Grant Dalton and Kevin Shoebridge wanted some fresh talent and fresh ideas in their afterguard to supplement their core group of Kiwis bent on redemption.
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  2. amikacin
    • 2007 June 22, Lawrence K. Altman, “New U.N. Plan Commits $2.15 Billion to Fight Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis”, New York Times:
      An even more serious form, known as XDR-TB for extremely drug-resistant tuberculosis, does not respond to any of the fluoroquinolone class and to at least one of three second-line drugs (amikacin, capreomycin and kanamycin) that are given by injection.
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  3. capreomycin
    • 2007 June 22, Lawrence K. Altman, “New U.N. Plan Commits $2.15 Billion to Fight Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis”, New York Times:
      An even more serious form, known as XDR-TB for extremely drug-resistant tuberculosis, does not respond to any of the fluoroquinolone class and to at least one of three second-line drugs (amikacin, capreomycin and kanamycin) that are given by injection.
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  4. chamberlike
    • 2007 June 22, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      He plays here with several chamberlike combos directed by the saxophonist Ohad Talmor, and with two equally wise and idiosyncratic stylists, the bassist Steve Swallow and the drummer Paul Motian.
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  5. comebacker
  6. commodified
  7. craggily
    • 2007 June 22, Roslyn Sulcas, “Reflections on Baryshnikov’s Latest (Not Last) Legs”, New York Times:
      “When choreographers want to do something here, they always have an agenda because I’m on the last legs of my career,” said Mr. Baryshnikov, who is as trimly muscled and craggily handsome as ever and does not look on the last legs of anything.
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  8. dairyland
    • 2007 June 22, Andrew Martin, “Making Waves in Dairyland”, New York Times:
      WASHINGTON, June 19 — Ron Kind, a Democratic representative from Wisconsin dairyland, is making a name for himself as a crusader for big changes in farm policy.
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  9. decertified
    • 2007 June 22, The Associated Press, “Sports Briefing”, New York Times:
      JONES’S AGENT FACES DECERTIFICATION Marion Jones ’s longtime agent could be decertified by USA Track & Field after he pleaded guilty to bank fraud.
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  10. droney
    • 2007 June 22, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      RICKIE LEE JONES (Thursday) With a new album, “The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard” (New West), that sets sayings by Jesus to raw, droney rock songs, Rickie Lee Jones, the beret-wearing neo-Beat with the girlish slur, offers yet another twist in a career full of odd choices.
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  11. hitless
  12. honkings
    • 2007 June 22, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      The band opens the shoestring yet adventurous East River Music Project series with S-S-S-Spectres, whose dissonant honkings and lurching beats evoke No Wave heroes like James Chance.
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  13. hybridizers
    • 2007 June 22, Glenn Collins, “Romancing the Rose in Its Infinite Splendor”, New York Times:
      “We needed to expand the collection to keep up with rose hybridizers and to rationalize our heritage collection,” said Gregory Long, president of the mile-long, 250-acre Botanical Garden, a national historic landmark where roses have been grown since 1790.
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  14. hyperaggressive
  15. hyperassertive
  16. impastoed
    • 2007 June 22, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Here are a few offenses: too much hot pink; impastoed flowers and ribbons applied with a pastry bag; canvases adorned with fake roses, feathers, butterflies, Christmas bows, plastic tulips and bagfuls of glitter.
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  17. interleague
  18. megacasinos
  19. midpark
    • 2007 June 22, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      At 7:30 p.m., midpark at 70th Street, (718) 340-3018, naumburgconcerts.org ; free.
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  20. multibillionaire
  21. muselaar
    • 2007 June 22, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      Tonight and tomorrow’s concerts offer more intimate fare: Mozart’s string quintets and a survey of 16th-century keyboard music from England and Holland, performed on the harpsichord and muselaar (a type of virginal).
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  22. neocapitalist
    • 2007 June 22, Holland Cotter, “Asking Serious Questions in a Very Quiet Voice”, New York Times:
      The Beijing-based Conceptualist Ai Weiwei may not ring corporate bells in New York, but he is a figure of Warholian celebrity in China and a major force in that country’s neocapitalist vanguard culture.
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  23. oversubscribed
    • 2007 June 22, Andrew Ross Sorkin, “Blackstone Rival Plans Own I.P.O.”, New York Times:
      Scott Sweet, the managing director of IPO Boutique, said that the Blackstone offering was heavily oversubscribed, with investors not only in the United States but also Europe, the Middle East and Asia clamoring for a piece of the action.
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  24. percussively
    • 2007 June 22, Ben Ratliff, “Stop-Time and Symmetry, Punch Lines and Pathos”, New York Times:
      There was the loud, odd-meter drumming of Jeff (Tain) Watts; Eric Revis’s rigorous bass playing (like William Parker or Charles Mingus, he went at it percussively, scrabbling the strings, whumping out chords); Joey Calderazzo’s obsessively tunneling improvised piano lines, sometimes restricted to the bass clef; and Mr. Marsalis’s flexibility, concision and abruptness on tenor and soprano saxophones.
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  25. pickoff
    • 2007 June 22, Tyler Kepner, “In Colorado, Yankees Take a Turn for the Worse”, New York Times:
      In one instance, his former Houston teammate Willy Taveras bunted for a single, drew seven pickoff throws and stole second, trying to fluster Clemens the way the Mets did last week.
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  26. pleasureless
  27. precrash
  28. railyards
    • 2007 June 22, Charles V. Bagli, “$4 Billion Price on Bigger Plan for Expansion of Javits Center”, New York Times:
      Last month, Governor Spitzer appeared to favor a whole new plan in which a new $3.8 billion convention center would be built over the nearby railyards, while the land beneath the center would be sold to developers to offset the costs.
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  29. repoint
    • 2007 June 22, Wendy Moonan, “Dog Day at Christie’s”, New York Times:
      Jerry V. Grant, the research director at the museum, added, “Students will test and sample and repoint sections of the walls, send mortar samples to a firm in Virginia that can match the lime content, and plug holes.”
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  30. resortlike
  31. suitelike
    • 2007 June 22, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      In suitelike songs that can stretch to 20 minutes as meters and textures shift, Magma cuts through any tendencies toward pomp with nimble jazz-rock.
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  32. supersoldiers
    • 2007 June 22, Howard M. Unger, “Splat! One Less Mutant to Deal With”, New York Times:
      They must complete elaborate missions, as in Dark Angel, where the humans had to hold off mutant supersoldiers.
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  33. supervoting
    • 2007 June 22, Richard PÉRez-PeÑA, “2 Companies Drop Pursuit of Dow Jones”, New York Times:
      The Bancrofts and a series of family trusts own fewer than 25 percent of the outstanding Dow Jones shares, but because most of these shares come with supervoting rights, they hold 64 percent of the vote.
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  34. thirdborns
    • 2007 June 22, Benedict Carey, “Research Finds Firstborns Gain the Higher I.Q.”, New York Times:
      After correcting for factors that may affect scores, including parents’ education level, maternal age at birth and family size, the researchers found that eldest children scored an average of 103.2, about 3 percent higher than second children (100.3) and 4 percent higher than thirdborns (99.0).
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  35. undereducated
  36. undersung
    • 2007 June 22, Holland Cotter, “Asking Serious Questions in a Very Quiet Voice”, New York Times:
      The show is every bit as socially engaged as its video-heavy 2002 predecessor, but packages its politics in a different way, in unmonumental objects and installations by undersung, not to say unknown, artists.
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  37. unmonumental
    • 2007 June 22, Holland Cotter, “Asking Serious Questions in a Very Quiet Voice”, New York Times:
      The show is every bit as socially engaged as its video-heavy 2002 predecessor, but packages its politics in a different way, in unmonumental objects and installations by undersung, not to say unknown, artists.
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  38. yangqin
    • 2007 June 22, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      NAUMBURG ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS (Tuesday) Melody of Dragon, a Chinese music ensemble consisting of an erhu (two-string fiddle), pipa (lute), dizi (bamboo flute), yangqin (hammered dulcimer) and guqin (zither), bring the sounds of the Silk Road to the Naumburg Bandshell in Central Park.
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