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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-12 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-11).

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99138 tokens ‧ 73526 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8896 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.36%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-12[edit]

  1. aglint
    • 2007 July 12, Zarah Crawford, “And So the Fantasy Goes ...”, New York Times:
      One of these lasses, diamanté piercing aglint on her ample belly, was shopping for wedding shoes.
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  2. antifraud
  3. antivice
    • 2007 July 12, Somini Sengupta, “After Mosque Battle, Musharraf’s Troubles Persist”, New York Times:
      The Red Mosque enjoyed decades of government backing but lately had become a source of embarrassment for General Musharraf as its leaders used their students to carry out Taliban-style antivice campaigns. Mr. Haq told the privately owned Geo television network on Tuesday night that it had become a sanctuary for militants from other parts of the country.
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  4. chloratite
  5. cimicifugas
    • 2007 July 12, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      You can also have a long bloom season by including fall-flowering plants like chrysanthemums, anemones, cimicifugas, fall-blooming crocuses and false crocuses (colchicums).
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  6. coccineas
    • 2007 July 12, Stacey Stowe, “The Trowel and the Mouse”, New York Times:
      For splotches of color, I selected a couple of Pyracantha coccineas, which promise a russet blaze.
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  7. colchicums
    • 2007 July 12, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      You can also have a long bloom season by including fall-flowering plants like chrysanthemums, anemones, cimicifugas, fall-blooming crocuses and false crocuses (colchicums).
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  8. drenchable
  9. emblematizes
    • 2007 July 12, Zarah Crawford, “And So the Fantasy Goes ...”, New York Times:
      For me, the Jet Set collection emblematizes the reductive “I shop therefore I am” credo of a brand whose founder once opined, “How a woman gets her status is from her accessories.”
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  10. experientially
    • 2007 July 12, Lisa Belkin, “Let’s Talk. Let Me Outline the Ways.”, New York Times:
      And while cellphones are at least experientially related to the land line, and e-mail feels tangentially related to the fax, texting is simultaneously a throwback to the telegraph and a harbinger of a new age.
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  11. freakiness
  12. guaranine
    • 2007 July 12, Anna Jane Grossman, “Black for Me, Light for My Hips”, New York Times:
      V-tonic Bath Spheres by Fresh contains a cola-nut extract that the company promises will energize the skin, and Kiss My Face’s Wake Up toothpaste has guaranine, a form of caffeine found in guarana seeds.
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  13. jumbotron
    • 2007 July 12, Mireya Navarro, “Star Turns, Close Enough to Touch”, New York Times:
      “To go from seeing him on a jumbotron to touching his shoulder pad, how many people can say that?” said Ms. Jackson, a 29-year-old mother and baby-T-shirt designer.
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  14. jumpstarting
    • 2007 July 12, Ruth La Ferla, “The Knitting Circle Shows Its Chic”, New York Times:
      The revival of these arts also owes a debt to a clutch of needle-wielding superstars: Ms. Durham, whose first book, “Loop-d-Loop,” was a best seller on Amazon; Wenlan Chia, a knitwear designer with an avid following; Diana Rupp, a youthful doyenne of home sewing; and Debbie Stoller, the founder of the popular Stitch ’n Bitch knitting circles across the country, who has been credited with jumpstarting the knitting rage with her popular series of Stitch ’n Bitch books.
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  15. meshugeneh
  16. midrun
  17. nicotianas
    • 2007 July 12, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      But strong-stemmed bushy plants like salvias, coneflowers, cosmos, marigolds, nicotianas and zinnias should be cut back only to the next strong branch or pair of branches.
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  18. nonoriginal
    • 2007 July 12, Nate Chinen, “The People Are as Fluid as the Tunes”, New York Times:
      During a solo introduction to the set’s only nonoriginal, Tadd Dameron’s “If You Could See Me Now,” he weighed each note against the silence it displaced.
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  19. pepperminty
    • 2007 July 12, Anna Jane Grossman, “Ahh, Minty Clean, but Lacking a Jolt”, New York Times:
      It looks like any other clear glycerin soap and acts like it, too, except that it smells very pepperminty and left my skin smelling sort of sharp.
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  20. pinelands
    • 2007 July 12, Adam Nossiter, “Lawsuit Filed Over Treatment of Girls at State Reform School in Mississippi”, New York Times:
      The lawsuit, filed by a branch of the Southern Poverty Law Center of Montgomery, Ala., paints a grim picture of teenage girls subjected to systematic harsh treatment at the school, a sprawling facility in Columbia, in the state’s southern pinelands, where inmates are confined for as long as several months.
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  21. postcollegiate
    • 2007 July 12, Kara Jesella And Marisa Meltzer, “A Women’s Magazine That Tried to Be Otherwise”, New York Times:
      Many of Ms. Pratt’s fans picked up Jane in the hope that it would be a Sassy for the postcollegiate set, and in some ways it was.
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  22. rebloomers
    • 2007 July 12, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      A. There are almost as many places as plants, but most rebloomers are not cut back flower by flower.
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  23. revo
  24. salvias
    • 2007 July 12, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      But strong-stemmed bushy plants like salvias, coneflowers, cosmos, marigolds, nicotianas and zinnias should be cut back only to the next strong branch or pair of branches.
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  25. scannable
    • 2007 July 12, Claudia H. Deutsch, “U.P.S. Embraces High-Tech Delivery Methods”, New York Times:
      Every tidbit of package information, from size to destination to special handling needs, is embedded in those customer-generated scannable labels.
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  26. subcabinet
    • 2007 July 12, Neil A. Lewis, “National Archives Release 11 Hours of Nixon Tapes”, New York Times:
      “There are innumerable examples of warm items,” he wrote, saying that he had been “nicey-nicey to the cabinet, staff and Congress around Christmastime” and that he had treated cabinet and subcabinet officials “like dignified human beings and not dirt under my feet.”
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  27. surfcasting
    • 2007 July 12, Guy Trebay, “Venturing Seaside, Modestly”, New York Times:
      But most men favored keeping their lower halves well concealed, in suits like the jaunty patchwork madras one Stanley Jeanmarie wore over Tommy Hilfiger underpants (waistband showing); or the bulky Body Glove surf shorts Tony Lauria slipped over the skimpy nylon briefs he wore when surfcasting for striped bass; or the near-knickers Laurence Spezzano, who is 17, chose for a day in the sand with his girlfriend.
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  28. ultramobile

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