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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-30 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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74724 tokens ‧ 55247 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7730 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.207%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-06-30[edit]

  1. adoptors
  2. antipoaching
    • 2007 June 30, Michael Wines, “Saving Wildlife in Zambia, and Raising Human Prospects”, New York Times:
      A German zoological society financed antipoaching units to patrol the park, and helped establish the North Luangwa Conservation Project, which offered medical care, schooling, job training and loans to start farming.
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  3. attaboys
  4. basa *
  5. handclapping
    • 2007 June 30, Jon Pareles, “Far Beyond Flamenco, a Zest for Rhythms (and Politics)”, New York Times:
      But passages of traditionalist flamenco, with Mr. Giménez accompanied by six-beat handclapping, were soon overlaid with DJ Panko’s scratching or Javier Martin’s thumb-popping bass lines.
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  6. intoxicatingly
    • 2007 June 30, Alastair Macaulay, “It’s Summer, and These Moves Are Hot”, New York Times:
      Set to the jazz piano music of Willie Smith, known as the Lion, this work sets its dancers intoxicatingly crossing and recrossing the floor of what soon feels like a 1920s ballroom, with Tharpian ripples passing up and down their bodies.
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  7. nondisruptive
    • 2007 June 30, Ian Austen, “Protests by Native Groups in Canada Close Road and Rail Links”, New York Times:
      While most native groups heeded a call from the national leadership to stage only nondisruptive protests, members of a Mohawk tribe in Ontario shut down passenger and freight train service along Canada’s busiest rail corridor and caused a section of Canada’s busiest highway to be closed for about 11 hours.
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  8. nonworkplace
    • 2007 June 30, Hillary Chura, “Disability, the Insurance That Is Often Sadly Overlooked”, New York Times:
      And the primary cause of disability is chronic disease — cardiovascular, musculoskeletal problems and cancer are leading diagnoses — rather than work-related mishaps or nonworkplace accidents, according to a 2007 study for the Life and Health Insurance Foundation for Education, a nonprofit organization that informs the public about insurance needs.
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  9. oversubscribed
    • 2007 June 30, Erik Eckholm, “For Poor Families, an Added Burden of Too Many Pets”, New York Times:
      So the Swetmans were grateful to get an appointment at a temporary free clinic for their latest two puppies, even if there were no slots left in the oversubscribed five-day program for their eight older unspayed females.
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  10. retarget
    • 2007 June 30, Carla Anne Robbins, “Mr. Bush Gets Another Look Into Mr. Putin’s Eyes”, New York Times:
      In recent months, he has accused the United States of imperialism and warned that he may retarget Russia’s nuclear weapons at Europe if Mr. Bush goes ahead with plans to build parts of the still notional missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic.
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  11. semiporous
    • 2007 June 30, “The Grand Collapse”, New York Times:
      Victory, maybe, if you favor semiporous borders, rotting crops and millions of people growing old overseas as they wait to enter legally.
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  12. sidelighted
    • 2007 June 30, Alastair Macaulay, “It’s Summer, and These Moves Are Hot”, New York Times:
      Watching the closing piece (the other underwear item, with the women in fancily short-skirted black bikinis), I took it to be one of those old-fashioned, sidelighted views of hell, where everyone is tense, lusty, heterosexual, busy, well organized and, even in prolonged couplings, unfulfilled.
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  13. situps
    • 2007 June 30, Virginia Heffernan, “Online Cliffhangers: You Choose the Cliff”, New York Times:
      As the series opens, Angela works at a cubicle job and maintains a familiar modern routine: high-protein breakfast, situps, tasteful but heavy makeup, clean-lined suit.
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  14. succinylcholine
    • 2007 June 30, The Associated Press, “Husband of Ex-Official Is Convicted of Killing Her”, New York Times:
      The authorities said Mr. Higgs injected Ms. Augustine with succinylcholine, a potent muscle relaxant, before calling 911 from their Reno home July 8.
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  15. unsmooth
    • 2007 June 30, Virginia Heffernan, “Online Cliffhangers: You Choose the Cliff”, New York Times:
      Watch for star turns by an imperfectly peeled hardboiled egg, base makeup on a triangular sponge and unsmooth hair in a ponytail holder.
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  16. unspayed
    • 2007 June 30, Erik Eckholm, “For Poor Families, an Added Burden of Too Many Pets”, New York Times:
      So the Swetmans were grateful to get an appointment at a temporary free clinic for their latest two puppies, even if there were no slots left in the oversubscribed five-day program for their eight older unspayed females.
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