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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-17 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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95102 tokens ‧ 70007 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8550 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.257%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-17[edit]

  1. arcadelike
    • 2007 July 17, Bill Pennington, “Snowboarders Get New Slope, but Racers Are Dislodged”, New York Times:
      The South Mountain lodge, which had a cafeteria, bar and locker rooms for the local ski racing program, will receive a cultural makeover, with the addition of a video-editing lab with flat-screen televisions, arcadelike kiosks and space for musical and artistic interests.
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  2. armlong
    • 2007 July 17, Ben Sisario, “An Avant-Gardist’s View of America, as Seen From the Back Seat”, New York Times:
      “What is an American sound, what does that even mean?” he said, sitting at his kitchen table in the spacious but cozy SoHo apartment he shares with his wife, the choreographer Lynn Shapiro, and 8-year-old daughter, Ava. Family photos line the walls, and an armlong section of one bookshelf is devoted to his father’s works.
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  3. beadwork
    • 2007 July 17, Dalton Walker, “Going Far From Home to Feel at Home”, New York Times:
      “All the members have a different thing they are most interested in, like dance and song or learning to do beadwork.
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  4. biochem
  5. destocking
    • 2007 July 17, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “Remembered Spaces”, New York Times:
      There was a month of destocking — or un-restocking — that filled the store with the strange feeling of accumulating absence.
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  6. dumbcane
    • 2007 July 17, Jane E. Brody, “Avoiding the Dangers Down in the Garden”, New York Times:
      I was stunned to realize just how many of these potentially dangerous plants were in my own home and garden, including aloe, elephant’s ear, jade, peace lily (Spathiphyllum), philodendron and dumbcane (Dieffenbacchia), as well as foxglove (Digitalis purpurea), hellebore, vinca, rhododendron and chrysanthemum.
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  7. losingest
  8. midchest
    • 2007 July 17, John M. Broder, “Filling Gaps in Iraq, Then Finding a Void at Home”, New York Times:
      Today, Mrs. Khan shares a room in a dreary nursing home on the fringes of Houston, paralyzed from midchest down and tormented by a fateful choice to try to remake her life.
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  9. multiday
  10. noncelebrity
  11. nonrenewal
    • 2007 July 17, Simon Romero, “Venezuela: Network Critical of President Moves to Cable”, New York Times:
      RCTV said it would continue a legal battle to return to the public airwaves, pressing ahead with claims that the nonrenewal of its license was an attempt to stifle dissent by the government.
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  12. postsurgery
    • 2007 July 17, Bloomberg News, “Orthopedics Maker Buys DJO to Expand”, New York Times:
      ReAble Therapeutics, the orthopedic-device maker controlled by the private equity company Blackstone Group , agreed to purchase DJO for $1.6 billion to add leg braces and postsurgery pain therapies.
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  13. preventively
  14. rustlings
  15. slavelike
    • 2007 July 17, Howard W. French, “Beijing’s Lack of Penalties in Labor Cases Stirs Outrage”, New York Times:
      SHANGHAI, July 16 — China’s efforts to bring a quick end to an embarrassing labor scandal over slavelike conditions for hundreds of workers at brick kilns in Shanxi Province has provoked anger among victims and widespread criticism.
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  16. valganciclovir
    • 2007 July 17, David Tuller, “Chronic Fatigue No Longer Seen as 'Yuppie Flu'”, New York Times:
      Dr. Jose G. Montoya, a Stanford infectious disease specialist pursuing the kind of research favored by Ms. Loomis, caused a buzz last December when he reported remarkable improvement in 9 out of 12 patients given a powerful antiviral medication, valganciclovir. Dr. Montoya has just begun a randomized controlled trial of the drug, which is approved for other uses.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. deak = deal
  2. sabal
    • 2007 July 17, C. Claiborne Ray, “Blowing in the Wind”, New York Times:
      “Dogwood, sand live oak, live oak, sabal palm and Southern magnolia are native trees that appear to tolerate hurricane-force winds extremely well,” the study found.
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  3. travelfest
    • 2007 July 17, Damon Hack, “Claret Jug Is a Trophy With Tales to Tell”, New York Times:
      The jug might have received its greatest workout under Hamilton, who defeated Ernie Els in a playoff at Royal Troon in Scotland in 2004 and began a yearlong travelfest with the trophy.
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