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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-09 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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71409 tokens ‧ 52056 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7258 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.317%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-09[edit]

  1. backloaded
    • 2007 July 9, Brooks Barnes, “Transformers Dominate Culinary Rats at Box Office”, New York Times:
      This summer is backloaded with a cluster of big-budget movies, including “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” from Warner Brothers and “The Bourne Ultimatum” from Universal.
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  2. bemedaled
    • 2007 July 9, Sean Wilentz, “Mr. Cheney’s Minority Report”, New York Times:
      Permitted by the Democratic majority to appear in his bemedaled Marine uniform, and disastrously granted immunity, Colonel North freely admitted that he had shredded documents, lied to Congress and falsified official records.
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  3. forceout
  4. glisteningly
    • 2007 July 9, Vivien Schweitzer, “Tchaikovsky Brings News of Summer”, New York Times:
      There were plenty of alluring details, like glisteningly lithe descending woodwind scales in the first movement, an achingly bittersweet oboe melody in the second and elegantly shaped pizzicato lines in the Scherzo.
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  5. homerless
    • 2007 July 9, The Associated Press, “Pujols Joins Derby”, New York Times:
      Pujols’s homerless streak reached 22 games and a career-worst 74 at-bats in the Cardinals’ 7-0 victory over the Giants yesterday.
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  6. intrasquad
    • 2007 July 9, Howard Beck, “Robinson at a Crossroads, but He Won’t Slow Down”, New York Times:
      In the final minutes of a Knicks intrasquad scrimmage Sunday, Robinson threw the ball away twice, leading to two fast breaks for the opponent and two desperation fouls for Robinson, who was quickly chastised.
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  7. mechanicals
    • 2007 July 9, Jennifer Dunning, “Dreams Interpreted by a Young Troupe”, New York Times:
      The men might be Shakespeare ’s rude mechanicals and the woman in red poor Bottom’s tantalizing near-memory of Titania in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
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  8. merlots
    • 2007 July 9, Corey Kilgannon, “New York Wineries Face Tastings Gone Wild”, New York Times:
      AQUEBOGUE, N.Y., July 3 — In the 35 years since vines began sprouting out of its sandy soil, the North Fork of Long Island has fought to be recognized as a bona fide wine region, and now more than a million visitors a year visit the tasting rooms at its 30 vineyards to sample award-winning merlots and cabernet francs.
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  9. microlenders
  10. midtempo
    • 2007 July 9, Ben Ratliff, “Cuban Beat Gives Way to New York Salsa Sound”, New York Times:
      He played one on Thursday: “Necesito una Amiga,” a midtempo love song from his days as the singer with the band NG La Banda, stretched out and changed via a vamp section into “Qué Te Pasa Loco,” a hit from 13 years ago.
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  11. minimajor
  12. multiagency
  13. multitracked
    • 2007 July 9, Kelefa Sanneh, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      But the crash never comes, just some multitracked murmuring, like the lingering ghost of some other song.
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  14. noncompete
    • 2007 July 9, David Carr, “Ethics Tenet Is on Trial in Minnesota”, New York Times:
      On the day Mr. Ridder announced he was leaving The Pioneer Press, his secretary said she would take the noncompete documents home and shred them. Mr. Ridder, after consulting with a former Knight Ridder official — P. Anthony Ridder, his father — thought better of it and tracked her down in the parking garage and took custody of the documents himself and preserved them.
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  15. noncompetes
    • 2007 July 9, David Carr, “Ethics Tenet Is on Trial in Minnesota”, New York Times:
      When confronted in his deposition with the fact that he had gone to work for a competitor, and not only lifted data, but hired two people who had noncompetes, it seemed that life outside the family bubble left him baffled.
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  16. nonrecession
    • 2007 July 9, Richard PéRez-PeñA, “Job Cuts Averted as Bid for Journal Stays Open”, New York Times:
      A report on the industry published last week by Goldman Sachs said that in light of the expanding economy, “the magnitude of the recent declines is extraordinary,” and that May was “the worst month we’ve ever seen in a nonrecession period.”
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  17. nonrecreational
    • 2007 July 9, Patrick Mcgeehan, “West Side Heliport Must Go, Park Advocacy Group Says”, New York Times:
      In a letter to Mr. Butzel in late May, Connie Fishman, the president of the trust, wrote that the site of the “new nontourism/nonrecreational heliport” would be where Pier 72 jutted into the river near 32nd Street.
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  18. nontourism
    • 2007 July 9, Patrick Mcgeehan, “West Side Heliport Must Go, Park Advocacy Group Says”, New York Times:
      In a letter to Mr. Butzel in late May, Connie Fishman, the president of the trust, wrote that the site of the “new nontourism/nonrecreational heliport” would be where Pier 72 jutted into the river near 32nd Street.
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  19. overengineered
  20. phonebook
  21. pourer
    • 2007 July 9, Corey Kilgannon, “New York Wineries Face Tastings Gone Wild”, New York Times:
      Feeling the sting of its own success, the nascent wine region is battling an ugly image — one pourer called the scene “slobs and snobs” — that detracts from the charm of the boutique wineries that are just over an hour’s drive from New York City.
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  22. prolongedly

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