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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-03 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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96055 tokens ‧ 70926 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8866 types ‧ 34 (~ 0.383%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-03[edit]

  1. afterguard
    • 2007 July 3, Christopher Clarey, “A Familiar Foe Blocks New Zealand’s Path”, New York Times:
      This is his sixth Cup campaign but his first as skipper, a position he inherited after the helmsman Russell Coutts, Butterworth’s longtime alter ego in the afterguard, bolted from Alinghi in 2004.
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  2. blouson
  3. colorizes
    • 2007 July 3, Michiko Kakutani, “Growing Up Hippie, and Going Down the Up Escalator With Dad”, New York Times:
      She captures the incongruities of the 1970s counterculture as seen from the point of view of a young child, the shifting attitudes the narrator and her three siblings take toward the adult world as they slip-slide from childhood into adolescence, and the incalculable ways in which the passage of time colorizes the past.
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  4. commodified
    • 2007 July 3, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      As one of the few films made under the Hollywood studio system with a distinctly feminist point of view, Dorothy Arzner ’s 1940 “Dance, Girl, Dance” was intensely examined by the feminist critics of the 1970s. Ms. Arzner was perhaps the only female director to carve out a coherent career in the classical Hollywood of the ’20s, ’30s and ’40s, and “Dance, Girl, Dance,” with its focus on women’s bodies and how they are commodified for male consumers, made perfect grist for the critical mill.
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  5. cyberthrillers
  6. developmentary
    • 2007 July 3, “Letters”, New York Times:
      We all learned about homeobox genes (and others) in our developmentary biology and molecular genetics classes.
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  7. facetlike
  8. forceout
  9. groundouts
  10. hayrack
    • 2007 July 3, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “Barn Cleaning”, New York Times:
      The books flutter down from the bucket on high onto an old hayrack on the floor of the Dumpster.
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  11. heterosexually
    • 2007 July 3, Abigail Zuger, M.D., “AIDS in Africa: Rising Above the Partisan Babble”, New York Times:
      Interrupting this perfect storm requires a clear understanding of its origins, and we still cannot fully explain why heterosexually transmitted H.I.V. exploded in Africa while remaining confined to very specific communities in the West.
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  12. hitless
    • 2007 July 3, The Associated Press, “Hinske’s Triple Powers Red Sox Over the Rangers”, New York Times:
      Julio Lugo, back in the lineup after being benched the previous three games, went 0 for 2 with two walks and is hitless his last 33 at-bats, dropping his average to .189.
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  13. irrigations
  14. larky
    • 2007 July 3, Cathy Horyn, “In Paris, Some Push Ideas, Others Just Push Product”, New York Times:
      Typically, Paris designers are known for their larky tolerance of radical ideas and poses, and there were some solid displays: Rei Kawakubo’s jackets and shirts for Comme des Garçons in triplicate layers of color and size, which played tricks on your eye; Ann Demeulemeester’s nonconformist layers punched up with stripes and terrific individual pieces.
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  15. lavs
    • 2007 July 3, Joe Sharkey, “Outrages Bubble Up, and Even Dampen the Aisle”, New York Times:
      At the terminal, she said, “They kept saying use the lavs in the airport because there are only four marginally working ones on the aircraft and we don’t know how long they’ll last.”
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  16. nandrolone
    • 2007 July 3, Michael Weinreb, “Drug Testing Hasn’t Grown With a Sport”, New York Times:
      Royce Gracie, a pioneer of the sport, tested positive for the steroid nandrolone; Tim Persey tested positive for methamphetamine; and Johnnie Morton, a former N.F.L. receiver making his M.M.A. debut, had a higher-than-normal ratio of testosterone to epitestosterone in a prefight test, then declined to take a required postfight test.
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  17. nonmanufacturers
  18. nonsibling
    • 2007 July 3, Eric Nagourney, “Warning: For Teenage Drivers, Siblings Are Safer Passengers”, New York Times:
      Still, the researchers added that while young passengers riding with siblings as drivers might be safer than those riding with nonsibling drivers, they were not as safe as those riding with adult drivers.
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  19. overzealously
  20. postfight
    • 2007 July 3, Michael Weinreb, “Drug Testing Hasn’t Grown With a Sport”, New York Times:
      Royce Gracie, a pioneer of the sport, tested positive for the steroid nandrolone; Tim Persey tested positive for methamphetamine; and Johnnie Morton, a former N.F.L. receiver making his M.M.A. debut, had a higher-than-normal ratio of testosterone to epitestosterone in a prefight test, then declined to take a required postfight test.
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  21. prefight
    • 2007 July 3, Michael Weinreb, “Drug Testing Hasn’t Grown With a Sport”, New York Times:
      Royce Gracie, a pioneer of the sport, tested positive for the steroid nandrolone; Tim Persey tested positive for methamphetamine; and Johnnie Morton, a former N.F.L. receiver making his M.M.A. debut, had a higher-than-normal ratio of testosterone to epitestosterone in a prefight test, then declined to take a required postfight test.
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  22. sizewise
  23. spiriting
    • 2007 July 3, C. J. Chivers, “Exiled Tycoon Says Russia Claims That He Is Inciting Coup”, New York Times:
      Mr. Berezovsky, once a Kremlin insider himself, has been accused by the Kremlin of Mr. Putin and its allies of spiriting funds from Russian companies during the privatization of the 1990s; underwriting separatist Islamic terrorists in Chechnya; advising and financing the pro-Western Orange Revolution in Ukraine; and being an agent of MI6, the British intelligence agency.
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  24. supertechnical
    • 2007 July 3, Kelefa Sanneh, “In Rap, Inner War Can Be a Trap”, New York Times:
      Somehow, T. I. delivers supertechnical raps without ever sounding as boring as that last sentence.
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  25. sweatshirted
    • 2007 July 3, Kelefa Sanneh, “In Rap, Inner War Can Be a Trap”, New York Times:
      Fans can choose their cover: a pinstriped T. I. or a sweatshirted T. I. P. But the music is the same, and so is the face, plus or minus a scowl.
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  26. tomboylike
    • 2007 July 3, Anthony Tommasini, “Beverly Sills, All-American Diva, Is Dead at 78”, New York Times:
      And few singers matched her deadpan comic timing and physical nimbleness in lighter roles like Rosina in Rossini’s “Barbiere di Siviglia,” whom Ms. Sills portrayed as a ditsy yet determined young woman, and Marie, the tomboylike heroine raised by a military regiment in Donizetti’s “Fille du Régiment.”
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  27. worksite
    • 2007 July 3, Peter D. Salins, “Use Social Security to Seal the Border”, New York Times:
      Although the failed Senate bill included provisions for worksite enforcement, Congress actually doesn’t need to pass new legislation to achieve it.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. goutees
    • 2007 July 3, Craig S. Smith, “This Year at Marienbad, They’re Still Taking the Waters”, New York Times:
      “One of these goutees here said I had a gouty look about the eye; next a person who has catarrh of the intestines asked me if I didn’t notice a dim sort of stomachache when I sneezed.
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