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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-18 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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95443 tokens ‧ 70568 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8468 types ‧ 39 (~ 0.461%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-18[edit]

  1. aerodigestive
    • 2007 July 18, Anthony Depalma, “Big Cost Increase Is Predicted to Treat Ground Zero Workers”, New York Times:
      Starting in January, federal money became available for the first time for treatment for three categories of illnesses: aerodigestive (like asthma or reflux disorders), psychological and musculoskeletal (like lower back problems).
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  2. antiprevention
    • 2007 July 18, Robin Toner, “Democrats Attack Bush on Women’s Health Issues”, New York Times:
      She added, to cheers, “I want you to know that when I’m president, I will devote my very first days in office to reversing these ideological, antiscience, antiprevention policies that this administration has put into place.”
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  3. ballhawk
    • 2007 July 18, Lee Jenkins, “At Wrigley, Fans Debate What to Do With a Ball”, New York Times:
      Last season, when the Giants came to town, a noted ballhawk named Wes Wagner scored tickets in the first row of the bleacher boxes in right field.
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  4. ballhawks
  5. biosurveillance
    • 2007 July 18, Gardiner Harris, “Limited Capacity Is Seen in Flu Defenses”, New York Times:
      “We need to have uniform biosurveillance capability to prepare not only for a pandemic, but any outbreak of infectious disease.”
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  6. brut *
    • 2007 July 18, Eric Asimov, “Not So Fast: Don’t Dismiss Lambruscos”, New York Times:
      In truth, compared with the other, more traditional lambruscos, this one, the Bellei lambrusco di sorbara brut, is almost too light and dry.
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  7. campanelle *
    • 2007 July 18, “Recipe: Torchio Pasta With Oyster Mushrooms, Braised Chicken and San Marzano Tomatoes”, New York Times:
      2 chicken drumsticks and 2 thighs Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/4 cup olive oil 4 cloves garlic, thinly sliced 2 carrots, peeled and diced 1 onion, peeled and diced 8 ounces oyster mushrooms, cleaned and coarsely chopped 1 10-ounce can San Marzano tomatoes (and juices), crushed by hand 1 bay leaf 1/2 cup chicken stock or water 1 pound torchio, campanelle or other torch or bell-shaped pasta Grated pecorino Sardo, for garnish Chopped fresh oregano, for garnish.
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  8. cotechino *
    • 2007 July 18, Eric Asimov, “Not So Fast: Don’t Dismiss Lambruscos”, New York Times:
      Few things are better on a warm evening than a glass of chilled lambrusco with a plate of Emilian cured meats like mortadella and cotechino, and a chunk of Parmigiano-Reggiano, unless, of course, you are sitting in a trattoria in Modena, the spiritual home not only of balsamic vinegar but of lambrusco as well.
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  9. expeditors
    • 2007 July 18, “Queens: Checks of Building Records Lead to Arrests”, New York Times:
      The people, including two expeditors, two engineers and a contractor, were charged with a variety of offenses related to the fake records, said Richard A. Brown , the Queens district attorney. Mr. Brown said city investigators found cases in which plans were certified as correct without inspections or review.
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  10. farrotto
    • 2007 July 18, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      She also will make more substantial plates of inventive Italian fare like oxtail cakes with parmesan frico, farrotto with lobster and peas, and pork chop crusted with fennel pollen.
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  11. frizzante *
  12. grasparossa
    • 2007 July 18, Eric Asimov, “Not So Fast: Don’t Dismiss Lambruscos”, New York Times:
      Although more than 60 strains of the lambrusco grape can be used, the best wines generally come from three clones of the grape: sorbara, salamino (so-called because the elongated bunches of grapes resemble salamis) and grasparossa.
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  13. influxes
  14. lambrusco *
    • 2007 July 18, Eric Asimov, “Not So Fast: Don’t Dismiss Lambruscos”, New York Times:
      And so lambrusco became a joke among serious wine-lovers, who had little use for it other than comparing memories, as with Boone’s Farm or Lancer’s rosé, of their introductions to the pleasures of hangovers.
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  15. lambruscos
  16. littlenecks
  17. maneuverings
  18. megaplex
    • 2007 July 18, David M. Halbfinger, “Summer Cinema’s One-Week Wonders”, New York Times:
      As a result, megaplex owners had a financial disincentive to play a new movie on too many screens.
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  19. noncarbonated
    • 2007 July 18, Bloomberg News, “Coke Exceeds Expectations for Quarter”, New York Times:
      Sales rose 19 percent, to $7.73 billion, as consumers bought soda including Sprite in China and India as well as noncarbonated drinks like Powerade in Europe.
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  20. nonrecyclables
  21. onsight
  22. panko
    • 2007 July 18, “Letters”, New York Times:
      And don’t bother grinding — just mix with panko, herbs and spices as you would making crab cakes.
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  23. piccolini *
    • 2007 July 18, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      CENTRO VINOTECA Anne Burrell, right, who worked in a number of restaurants in New York and Italy, will start serving tapa-like tidbits she calls piccolini this weekend.
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  24. pickoff
    • 2007 July 18, Tyler Kepner, “Yanks Capitalize on Blue Jays’ Pitching Miscues”, New York Times:
      They overcame another shaky outing by Kyle Farnsworth, who allowed two hits and made an error on a pickoff throw in the eighth, turning a 1-1 tie into a 2-1 deficit.
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  25. prewashed
    • 2007 July 18, “Letters”, New York Times:
      Lamb, prewashed salad, sun-dried tomatoes, steaks and roasts?
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  26. resectional
    • 2007 July 18, Lawrence K. Altman, “TB Patient Has Surgery to Remove Part of Lung”, New York Times:
      A major factor is that a review in 2004 of 15 years’ experience in treating resistant tuberculosis at National Jewish found that “the most important single variable we had associated with favorable outcome was resectional surgery.”
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  27. salamino
    • 2007 July 18, Eric Asimov, “Not So Fast: Don’t Dismiss Lambruscos”, New York Times:
      Although more than 60 strains of the lambrusco grape can be used, the best wines generally come from three clones of the grape: sorbara, salamino (so-called because the elongated bunches of grapes resemble salamis) and grasparossa.
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  28. sorbara
    • 2007 July 18, Eric Asimov, “Not So Fast: Don’t Dismiss Lambruscos”, New York Times:
      Although more than 60 strains of the lambrusco grape can be used, the best wines generally come from three clones of the grape: sorbara, salamino (so-called because the elongated bunches of grapes resemble salamis) and grasparossa.
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  29. stagemanship
    • 2007 July 18, “Where to Discuss the Nation’s Ills”, New York Times:
      If there’s any sense of justice, relevance, even poetic stagemanship at work, New Orleans should emerge hands down as the site for the debate that will be dedicated to the nation’s domestic problems.
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  30. torchio *
    • 2007 July 18, “Recipe: Torchio Pasta With Oyster Mushrooms, Braised Chicken and San Marzano Tomatoes”, New York Times:
      2 chicken drumsticks and 2 thighs Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/4 cup olive oil 4 cloves garlic, thinly sliced 2 carrots, peeled and diced 1 onion, peeled and diced 8 ounces oyster mushrooms, cleaned and coarsely chopped 1 10-ounce can San Marzano tomatoes (and juices), crushed by hand 1 bay leaf 1/2 cup chicken stock or water 1 pound torchio, campanelle or other torch or bell-shaped pasta Grated pecorino Sardo, for garnish Chopped fresh oregano, for garnish.
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  31. unroped

Sequestered[edit]

  1. grinded