User:Visviva/NYT 20070626

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Jump to: navigation, search
← Previous (2007-06-25) Words harvested from the New York Times, 2007-06-26
  • List status: open
→ Next (2007-06-27)

This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-26 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-04).

[ see all NYT pages ] - [ see all tracking lists ]

92032 tokens ‧ 68353 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8512 types ‧ 37 (~ 0.435%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-06-26[edit]

  1. afterguard
    • 2007 June 26, Christopher Clarey, “Team New Zealand and Its Quiet Leader Start to Come of Age”, New York Times:
      After sailing with American syndicates in the two previous Cups, he carried no emotional baggage from the last Kiwi campaign and was hired early enough — in 2004 — to have the time to form a strong relationship with Barker, with afterguard coach Rod Davis, a transplanted American, providing oversight.
      add
  2. amoebalike
    • 2007 June 26, Natalie Angier, “In Parasite Survival, Ploys to Get Help From a Host”, New York Times:
      The amoebalike protozoa begins its days as an asexual opportunist, its eggs able to hatch and grow in the body of any warm-blooded host — cat, rat, bat, buffalo, crow, human: practically any homeotherm unfortunate enough to harbor or have incidentally ingested the little eggs will do.
      add
  3. balletmaster
    • 2007 June 26, Jennifer Dunning, “Dance Theater of Harlem Reminisces and Looks to the Future”, New York Times:
      And reunion attendees talked excitedly of the news that the internationally known balletmaster John Taras, who died in 2004, had left the rights to all his ballets to the Dance Theater, augmenting a repertory that ranges from a Creole “Giselle” to works by George Balanchine and Agnes de Mille and fusion pieces like Louis Johnson’s “Forces of Rhythm,” a company signature.
      add
  4. balsamarium
    • 2007 June 26, Randy Kennedy, “Collecting Antiquities, Cautiously, at the Getty”, New York Times:
      Ms. Wight said that as recently as May the museum bought an important late Hellenistic or early Roman bronze balsamarium, or oil vessel, in the shape of a boxer’s head from a private collection in the United States that has documentation stretching back to the 1870s.
      add
  5. disproportionably
  6. governmentally
    • 2007 June 26, Bruce Lambert, “Immigration Dispute May Force Tax Increase in Suffolk”, New York Times:
      “It is the height of irresponsibility, both governmentally and morally, for members of the Assembly to hold hostage the health, safety and fiscal well-being of Suffolk’s 1.5 million citizens because I won’t build a hiring hall for undocumented workers,” Mr. Levy said.
      add
  7. homeotherm
    • 2007 June 26, Natalie Angier, “In Parasite Survival, Ploys to Get Help From a Host”, New York Times:
      The amoebalike protozoa begins its days as an asexual opportunist, its eggs able to hatch and grow in the body of any warm-blooded host — cat, rat, bat, buffalo, crow, human: practically any homeotherm unfortunate enough to harbor or have incidentally ingested the little eggs will do.
      add
  8. interleague
    • 2007 June 26, Murray Chass, “Complaints About Schedule Arrive on Time”, New York Times:
      But in this particular instance, they were outraged because it was the start of a 17-day interleague segment of the major league schedule, and the Yankees were playing the unimposing Pittsburgh Pirates while the Red Sox were playing the Arizona Diamondbacks , who were practically in first place in the National League West.
      add
  9. intraleague
    • 2007 June 26, Murray Chass, “Complaints About Schedule Arrive on Time”, New York Times:
      Attendance for all games is up from last season’s record, but the interleague average is 15.4 percent higher than the intraleague average, 30,257.
      add
  10. janjaweed
  11. megacatastrophic
    • 2007 June 26, Jesse Mckinley, “On Fringe of Forests, Homes and Fires Meet”, New York Times:
      “Fire has emerged as more and more a megacatastrophic risk like we saw with Katrina,” said Carole Walker, the executive director of Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association.
      add
  12. microcephalins
    • 2007 June 26, Nicholas Wade, “Humans Have Spread Globally, and Evolved Locally”, New York Times:
      Two years ago, Bruce Lahn, a geneticist at the University of Chicago, reported finding signatures of selection in two brain-related genes of a type known as microcephalins, because when mutated, people are born with very small brains.
      add
  13. noncompete
    • 2007 June 26, Bloomberg News, “Hollinger’s Former Lawyer Described as Trustworthy”, New York Times:
      Prosecutors said that Mr. Kipnis had signed and mailed contracts enabling the other defendants to get their noncompete money, receiving $150,000 in bonuses for his efforts.
      add
  14. postlike
    • 2007 June 26, Robin Pogrebin, “9 Statues Uprooted From Africa Head Home”, New York Times:
      Tall and slender with rounded heads, the postlike figures seemed more like exotic conversation pieces than relics with a religious purpose, the Allens’ daughter, the writer Brooke Allen, recalls.
      add
  15. postmatch
  16. prestart
    • 2007 June 26, Christopher Clarey, “Team New Zealand and Its Quiet Leader Start to Come of Age”, New York Times:
      Sunday’s stirring and exceedingly rare comeback victory over Alinghi was the latest and perhaps best example as Barker boldly controlled the prestart, steering NZL-92 over the bow of the defender from what was theoretically the weaker entry position.
      add
  17. refixing
  18. showboater
  19. spoofy
    • 2007 June 26, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      But the movie is no spoofy, salacious Roger Corman “women in cages” picture.
      add
  20. stakeholding
    • 2007 June 26, “Abortion Politics: The Third Rail (7 Letters)”, New York Times:
      This failure to seriously engage the issues of parental notification, public financing, partial birth and the stakeholding of men and so on, on the basis that doing so might lead to the overturn of legal precedent, is an abdication of rationalist morality itself.
      add
  21. toxoplasma
  22. triggerman
  23. unparasitized
  24. unpeckable
    • 2007 June 26, Natalie Angier, “In Parasite Survival, Ploys to Get Help From a Host”, New York Times:
      After all, a pill bug normally spends the sunlit hours when diurnal birds are about coiled away like a petite armadillo, often beneath some unpeckable tree stump or stone.
      add
  25. unredacted
  26. vigango
    • 2007 June 26, Robin Pogrebin, “9 Statues Uprooted From Africa Head Home”, New York Times:
      Ranging from four to six feet tall, the objects, known as vigango, were looted in recent decades from the burial sites of the rural Mijikenda people on the Kenyan coast.
      add
  27. webby
    • 2007 June 26, Ben Ratliff, “Taking Composing Cues From the Number of Gods”, New York Times:
      But “Remembrance,” an elegiac ballad he wrote for the pianist Andrew Hill, was led by a slow and pretty melody, for which both musicians smeared their sound: Mr. Iyer used a sustain pedal, and Mr. Mahanthappa played webby, breathy saxophone notes.
      add
  28. weightwise
  29. wingspots

Sequestered[edit]