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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-06 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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96226 tokens ‧ 68623 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8908 types ‧ 45 (~ 0.505%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-06[edit]

  1. aphonic
    • 2007 July 6, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “Yada, Yada, Yada. Is It Him? Or Is It Her?”, New York Times:
      But authors admit flaw: all 396 were college students — congenitally loquacious, no jobs, no commutes, no need for aphonic mesmerization by Monday Night Football.
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  2. archivally
    • 2007 July 6, The New York Times, “Theater Listings”, New York Times:
      Otherwise, this archivally exact production, directed by Bob Avian, feels like a vintage car that has been taken out of the garage, polished up and sent on the road once again (2:00).
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  3. ayurvedic
    • 2007 July 6, Nick Kaye, “Amrit Resort & Residences and Four Seasons Ocean Residences”, New York Times:
      A private beach club and a fitness center are planned, but the main amenities at the development will be its Aveda spa, with treatments including mud baths and facials, and its Himalayan Institute wellness center, which will offer yoga classes and ayurvedic treatments.
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  4. corrido *
  5. corridos
  6. dollhouselike
    • 2007 July 6, Bridget L. Goodbody, “Tiny People Painting: Look In, Look In”, New York Times:
      His dollhouselike sculptures, with a verisimilitude so great that you can read the brand name on the less-than-an-inch-high cans of spray paint, reveal a world inaccessible to the average art lover.
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  7. draggers
  8. ethnomusicologist
  9. folklife
    • 2007 July 6, Randal C. Archibold, “Far From Home, Mexicans Sing Age-Old Ballads of a New Life”, New York Times:
      While watching the immigration marches that day, Mr. Garcia said he felt compelled to put “our story” to music, scratching out the words over several weeks, right up to the day the folklife center researchers came calling.
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  10. haleness
    • 2007 July 6, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      They have a taut recent album, “The Line Up” (Clean Feed), that reconfirms the haleness of their rapport.
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  11. hitless
  12. jabby
    • 2007 July 6, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Its tight, jabby songs, influenced equally by minimalist post-punk and sentimental white soul, end just when you think you’ve figured them out.
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  13. janjaweed
    • 2007 July 6, Julie Flint, “In Sudan, Help Comes From Above”, New York Times:
      But it’s simply wrong to say, as Mrs. Clinton did during a speech last week in Washington, that American action should be “focused on the air support the Sudanese provide to the janjaweed as they rape and pillage their way through villages.”
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  14. kunstbunker
  15. lirmaid
    • 2007 July 6, Melena Ryzik, “Ferrying Creative Impulses Across New York Harbor”, New York Times:
      (Thus, Mr. Glaser will be wearing a ringleader costume and cracking his whip over a shopping cart painted to resemble a lirmaid: half-lion, half-mermaid.)
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  16. maulana
  17. megavoice
    • 2007 July 6, Richard Sandomir, “The Hideous Masters of Gluttony”, New York Times:
      Paul Page called the bite-by-bite, and the megavoice that he brought to the Indianapolis 500 lends silly gravitas to hot dog eating, especially when he said, “It doesn’t look like Kobayashi has a gag reflex.”
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  18. mesmerization
    • 2007 July 6, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “Yada, Yada, Yada. Is It Him? Or Is It Her?”, New York Times:
      But authors admit flaw: all 396 were college students — congenitally loquacious, no jobs, no commutes, no need for aphonic mesmerization by Monday Night Football.
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  19. midpark
    • 2007 July 6, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      At 7 p.m., Central Park SummerStage, Rumsey Playfield, midpark at 70th Street, (212) 360-2777, summerstage.org ; free.
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  20. midtempo
    • 2007 July 6, Ben Ratliff, “Soft and Subtle Meets Loud and Busy”, New York Times:
      In a midtempo “Have You Met Miss Jones,” he was crashing the cymbals so loudly that Mr. Jones was more or less drowned out; a version of Miles Davis ’s “All Blues,” a spooky song, lost its mystery.
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  21. niftily
  22. nonmatching
    • 2007 July 6, Robin Finn, “A Twangy Thorn in Bush’s Side”, New York Times:
      She is attired in a style she deems “eclectic with a professional edge”: metallic beige jacket above nonmatching gauchos above beige fishnet stockings above peep-toe wedge sandals.
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  23. nonmusical
    • 2007 July 6, Stuart Elliott, “Five, Six, Seven, Eight: Madison Avenue Shows It Still Loves the Right Moves”, New York Times:
      Speaking of recycled culture, the release on July 20 of the movie version of the Broadway musical “Hairspray” — itself based on a nonmusical film from 1988 — is being supported with a dance-oriented campaign, seeking to capitalize on numbers in the movie that are based on dances from the early ’60s.
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  24. nonpayers
  25. nonscandal
    • 2007 July 6, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Little controversy followed, however, and the memory all but disappeared after Ms. Hill’s nonscandal — mouthing an angry “What?!” when a competitor won a prize — at the Country Music Association Awards six months later.
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  26. outpitched
    • 2007 July 6, The Associated Press, “Verlander Helps Tigers Inch Closer to the Indians”, New York Times:
      PIRATES 6, BREWERS 3 Adam LaRoche homered twice and Tom Gorzelanny outpitched Ben Sheets as host Pittsburgh handed Milwaukee its third loss in a row.
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  27. overallocation
  28. partymeister
    • 2007 July 6, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      The Baltimore partymeister Dan Deacon has become an underground celebrity playing the kind of music Max Headroom might have made, with low-tech synthesizers pumping manic, smarmy melodies at high volume.
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  29. pianissimos
    • 2007 July 6, Anthony Tommasini, “Régine Crespin, French Soprano, Dies at 80”, New York Times:
      Yet Ms. Crespin’s singing was imbued with nuanced phrasing, telling attention to text, creamy lyricism and lovely high pianissimos.
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  30. planetwide
    • 2007 July 6, Ben Sisario, “Songs for an Overheated Planet”, New York Times:
      As part of Live Earth , a planetwide series of concerts meant to encourage all people to live, consume and vote eco-responsibly, they will use their fame to persuade a global audience that climate change is not only an urgent problem but one they can help solve.
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  31. rustlings
    • 2007 July 6, Roberta Smith, “Chaotic Creation in Silence and Smashing Guitars”, New York Times:
      The title is the work’s length in minutes and seconds, during which the musician does nothing; every sound audience members hear — passing cars and airplanes, their own coughs and rustlings — is the music.
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  32. screamy
    • 2007 July 6, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      The Boredoms, the long-running Japanese band whose inhumanly manic, screamy avant-rock set a new standard for, well, inhumanly manic, screamy avant-rock, has lately mellowed (slightly) and grown more conceptual.
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  33. skelly
  34. spellbindingly
    • 2007 July 6, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Performing solo, she is spellbindingly intense and mercurial.
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  35. superconcert
    • 2007 July 6, Ben Sisario, “Songs for an Overheated Planet”, New York Times:
      Two years ago, after the Live 8 concerts — held on the 20th anniversary of Live Aid, the granddaddy of the modern worldwide charity superconcert — the leaders of the Group of 8 nations pledged to double their aid to Africa by 2010.
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  36. superluxurious
    • 2007 July 6, Leslie Wayne, “A Flight Plan for the Long Haul”, New York Times:
      Oil represents only 5 percent of Dubai’s economy, which increasingly relies on revenue from superluxurious hotels, a growing financial center and serving as the regional headquarters for global brands.
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  37. suspicionless
    • 2007 July 6, Al Baker, “Subway Searches Go on Quietly, Just How Police Like Them”, New York Times:
      But a bag search program that leaves 97 percent of subway entrances with no checkpoint on an average day cannot be effective enough to justify suspicionless police searches of law-abiding New Yorkers.”
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  38. ultrafashionable
    • 2007 July 6, Michael J. De La Merced, “Japanese Retailer Makes Unsolicited Bid for Barneys”, New York Times:
      Despite its confinement to ultrafashionable shoppers, Barneys has remained a crown jewel of clothiers, Barneys has remained a crown jewel of clothiers, its famous red awnings often making appearances in shows like “Sex and the City.”
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  39. uptightness
  40. winkfest
    • 2007 July 6, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      (Holden) 'NANCY DREW' (PG, 99 minutes) The girl sleuth in a retro-pomo pop-culture winkfest that has everything but a good mystery, which was all it needed.
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