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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-23 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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73310 tokens ‧ 53968 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7513 types ‧ 25 (~ 0.333%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-23[edit]

  1. bloomings
    • 2007 July 23, Jeremy Pearce, “Anne McLaren, 80, Expert on the Embryo, Is Dead”, New York Times:
      Such bloomings, Dr. McLaren continued, would require a critical audience, “so that they can be subject to scientific and ethical review, freely available for research and one day, perhaps, for treating diseases.”
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  2. counterattacked
    • 2007 July 23, Edward Wyatt, “Attacking in Mountains, Two Riders Deliver a Blow”, New York Times:
      MONTGAILLARD, France, July 22 — Like two featherweight boxers slugging it out, Michael Rasmussen and Alberto Contador attacked and counterattacked each other and their main rivals on the climb to Plateau-de-Beille in the Pyrenees on Sunday, possibly turning the Tour de France into a two-man race.
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  3. cubicled
    • 2007 July 23, Jane L. Levere, “Computer Support, Can You Rock to This?”, New York Times:
      In one video, a guitarist trails a soft-rock singer (representing Intel software) as he swans through a cubicled office.
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  4. cytotherapy
    • 2007 July 23, Claudia La Rocco, “A Maestro Conducting With Heart ... a New One”, New York Times:
      Mr. Bass is scheduled for a stem-cell transplant and chemotherapy treatment next month as part of a clinical trial at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center . Dr. Raymond L. Comenzo, the director of the hospital’s cytotherapy laboratory, is one of about 20 doctors in the United States on the cutting edge of amyloidosis research.
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  5. flagstick
  6. gopak
    • 2007 July 23, Steve Smith, “From Russia With Buzz: A Pianist Inspires Passion”, New York Times:
      She offered three encores: an elegant Scarlatti Sonata in D minor (K. 9), Rachmaninoff’s flashy transcription of the gopak from Mussorgsky’s “Sorochintsy Fair,” and Moritz Moszkowski’s scintillating étude “Sparks.”
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  7. grindhoppers
    • 2007 July 23, Marci Alboher, “The Many Flavors of Entrepreneurship”, New York Times:
      A card-carrying member of Gen Y, she interviewed scores of grindhoppers and backs up many of her assertions with data.
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  8. grindhopping
    • 2007 July 23, Marci Alboher, “The Many Flavors of Entrepreneurship”, New York Times:
      Still, it is hard to question her advice when her own grindhopping has led her to contributing editorships with USA Today and Reader’s Digest, two fairly establishment organizations.
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  9. handclapping
    • 2007 July 23, Jon Pareles, “Celebrating Sudan, With Songs of Peace and Protest”, New York Times:
      Different grooves — galloping, handclapping, bouncing, pattering — backed the singers Ali al Sigeed, Atif Anees, Al Balabil, Omar Bannaga, Ahmed Bass, Abd Al Hadi, Osama al Elshekh and Hadeel & Azza.
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  10. homerless
    • 2007 July 23, The Associated Press, “White Sox Fall Into Tie for Last After Another Loss to Red Sox”, New York Times:
      Anderson’s solo shot in the third landed in the right-field upper deck of the Metrodome for a 3-0 lead, ending the Angels’ longest homerless drought since an 18-game skid spanned 170 innings in 1976.
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  11. midmonth
    • 2007 July 23, Alissa J. Rubin, “Oil Law Stalls in Iraq as Bomb Aims at Sheiks”, New York Times:
      But by the time the Iraqis return to Parliament in September, it is highly unlikely that they could meet the midmonth deadline in the United States.
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  12. multicommittee
    • 2007 July 23, Noam Cohen, “Crossing Out, for Emphasis”, New York Times:
      “Staff on the Hill certainly use ‘track changes’ on shared documents from the development of multicommittee talking points to the writing of speeches,” he wrote.
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  13. multifront
  14. nonparents
    • 2007 July 23, Marci Alboher, “The Many Flavors of Entrepreneurship”, New York Times:
      The book should also resonate with nonparents who have passions and responsibilities outside of their businesses.
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  15. nonpopular
    • 2007 July 23, Kelefa Sanneh, “Down by the Boardwalk, a Two-Ring Circus of Bands”, New York Times:
      It was easy to think about what was missing: a hint of Brooklyn’s ethnic and musical diversity; a reminder that nonpopular music can be noisy or chaotic or dangerous; thrills.
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  16. nonwaiver
    • 2007 July 23, Joe Lapointe, “Tigers Lift Themselves, and Lift a City”, New York Times:
      Zumaya and Rodney could be back in August, but the timing is awkward because the nonwaiver trading deadline is July 31.
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  17. pitchfest
    • 2007 July 23, David M. Halbfinger, “Hollywood Hopefuls (Dream On) at Pitchfest”, New York Times:
      Garth Meyer, an advertising copywriter shopping a modern-day Christmas fable, was turned down early in the day, reworked his pitch, then drew a nibble from Paramount before sitting down opposite a producer he had met at a pitchfest in February.
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  18. precompetition
  19. rejectees
    • 2007 July 23, David M. Halbfinger, “Hollywood Hopefuls (Dream On) at Pitchfest”, New York Times:
      Michael Sugar of Anonymous Content, a management and production company, repeatedly advised rejectees on how to improve their pitches for the next time.
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  20. sexecutive
  21. tambur
  22. unsuave
    • 2007 July 23, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      For “Get on My Level” he borrows the beat from Fabolous’s “Make Me Better,” turning a suave hit into a notably unsuave collection of puns: “If I land somewhere on a island, like the Skipper/The sex on the beach that I’m-a give her is not liquor.”
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. herked