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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-02 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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71086 tokens ‧ 52440 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7297 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.315%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-02[edit]

  1. antiestablishment
    • 2007 July 2, James C. Mckinley Jr., “A Year Later, a Mexican Leftist’s Tone Is Subdued”, New York Times:
      The rally in the capital’s central square was widely seen here as an attempt by Mr. López Obrador to reinvigorate his flagging antiestablishment movement and as a test of his political strength.
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  2. clapalongs
  3. currywurst
    • 2007 July 2, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      Among things Ms. Streisand, above, said she liked about Germany were currywurst, apple strudel, Beethoven and Bach, and she recited a Goethe poem that she called a lifelong favorite.
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  4. earthling *
    • 2007 July 2, Jennifer Dunning, “Flounce and Strut, but Don’t Make Me Over”, New York Times:
      Those dancers include the delectable Banu Ogan, who should never be allowed off the stage, as well as the spunky Jean Freebury, a poignant earthling named Eric Bounds, and a mysterious beauty named Makram Hamdan, in a cast completed by Katherine Nauman and A. Apostol.
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  5. elocutions
  6. fleetwide
    • 2007 July 2, “Fuel Economy Standard (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      Here’s how: First, the bill establishes a flexible fleetwide average of 35 miles per gallon (as opposed to the current system, where automakers must meet one fixed standard for cars and another for light trucks and S.U.V.’s).
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  7. insiderish
  8. mastman
  9. minilamp
    • 2007 July 2, Douglas Martin, “Jay Monroe, 80, Engineer Who Invented Tensor Lamp, Dies”, New York Times:
      Jay Monroe, an engineer whose wife’s discontent over the strong light he needed for bedtime reading provoked him to invent a high-intensity, low-voltage minilamp whose use spread to desks, jewelers’ worktables, limousines and far beyond, died on June 12 at his home in Sands Point, N.Y. He was 80.
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  10. nailhead
    • 2007 July 2, Kirk Johnson, “A $135 Million Home, but if You Have to Ask ...”, New York Times:
      Dark, gleaming wood beams, all with notched construction and not a single nailhead showing, pale plaster walls and television screens dominate the decor.
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  11. nonbillionaires
  12. reprinters
    • 2007 July 2, Noam Cohen, “Taking the Copyright Fight Into a New Arena”, New York Times:
      That position has made him the darling of those who want a relatively unfettered Internet, whether it be music sharers or online poem reprinters.
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  13. sambareggae
    • 2007 July 2, Jon Pareles, “Everyone Join In: Sing, Clap and Hug”, New York Times:
      And in the best Brazilian pop tradition, Mr. Brown’s music embraces all sorts of things: sambareggae and axé rhythms from his home state, Bahia; samba and other beats from across Brazil; and funk, rock, reggae, jazz, hip-hop and salsa from abroad.
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  14. sinkings
    • 2007 July 2, Richard Goldstein, “Eugene B. Fluckey, 93, a Top Sub Commander, Is Dead”, New York Times:
      Richard O’Kane, also a Medal of Honor recipient, ranked No. 1 in sinkings, with 24, but No. 2 behind Commander Fluckey in tonnage destroyed, according to the joint assessment unit, whose postwar findings generally differed from submarine commanders’ reports filed in the aftermath of combat.
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  15. slinkily
  16. tinnily
  17. unappreciation
  18. unbuilding
  19. unbuilds
  20. untransferred

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