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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-28 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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83988 tokens ‧ 62229 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7978 types ‧ 19 (~ 0.238%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-28[edit]

  1. cardioverter
    • 2007 July 28, The Associated Press, “Cheney to Get New Heart Monitor Battery”, New York Times:
      “During the vice president’s annual physical examination in June, testing of his implantable cardioverter defibrillator indicated that the device’s battery has reached the level where elective replacement of the device is recommended,” Megan McGinn, deputy press secretary for Mr. Cheney, said Friday.
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  2. deconstructionist
    • 2007 July 28, Randy Kennedy, “Giving New Life to Protests of Yore”, New York Times:
      Or, in Mr. Tribe’s view, has grown worse since the era when Mr. Potter urged his listeners, with characteristic 1960s deconstructionist fervor, to “name the system” that allowed the Vietnam War to happen.
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  3. eatertainment
    • 2007 July 28, Kate Murphy, “Creditor Seeks Millions From Dining Chain”, New York Times:
      HOUSTON, July 27 — Landry’s Restaurants Inc., whose grandiose chief executive is known for developing so-called eatertainment projects with live sharks and faux volcanoes, is facing more practical problems with its finances.
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  4. geekdom
    • 2007 July 28, Seth Schiesel, “Video Game Matches to Be Televised on CBS”, New York Times:
      But now, as the first generation of gamers flirts with middle age, and as family-friendly game systems like Nintendo’s Wii infiltrate living rooms around the country, video games are beginning to venture beyond geekdom into a region approaching the mainstream.
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  5. gleelessly
    • 2007 July 28, Rivka Galchen, “My Mother, Myself”, New York Times:
      My seemingly endless medical school days of gleelessly skipping lectures and spending far too many hours on crosswords, of obsessive toast eating and long hostile runs after which I’d get into bed unsleepy at 8 p.m. simply hoping to bring the day to a close a little bit earlier — that would all be over soon, for a year at least.
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  6. godspeed
  7. kyphoplasty
    • 2007 July 28, Barnaby J. Feder, “Medtronic to Buy Spinal Device Maker”, New York Times:
      Richard W. Mott, Kyphon’s president and chief executive, said that joining Medtronic would be particularly helpful in expanding kyphoplasty in overseas markets like Japan, where Kyphon has just completed clinical trials, but has few employees.
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  8. midstretch
    • 2007 July 28, The Associated Press, “Rutherienne Wins Again”, New York Times:
      Rutherienne raced well behind the front-runners early, then found running room on the rail midstretch and came through under strong urging from Gomez to win by a head.
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  9. noncampaign
  10. nonplaying
    • 2007 July 28, Phillip Alder, “Kansas Players Take First National Bridge Title in Nashville”, New York Times:
      In the quarterfinals, Nickell entered the last quarter trailing by 16 imps, but won by 20 against Richard Schwartz (nonplaying captain), Bjorn Fallenius and Michael Polowan of New York; Drew Casen of Las Vegas; Bartosz Chmurski and Piotr Gawrys from Poland; and Peter Fredin from Sweden.
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  11. outsprinted
  12. prodemocracy
    • 2007 July 28, David Rohde, “Suicide Attack and Protests Over Red Mosque Reopening”, New York Times:
      It was also an indicator of the relief General Musharraf is seeking from the pressures increasingly besieging him, from prodemocracy demonstrators to radical Islamists, who have carried out a rising number of attacks and were further antagonized by the Red Mosque siege.
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  13. pyrotechnician
    • 2007 July 28, Nate Chinen, “Making Room for Some Latin Polish and Propulsion”, New York Times:
      He has a knife-blade articulation on his horn and a tone that stops short of brassy; he sounded more like a Clifford Brown bebop inheritor than a salsa pyrotechnician.
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  14. restrictionist
    • 2007 July 28, “Humanity v. Hazleton”, New York Times:
      But he should realize that it was his side — his restrictionist soul mates in the United States Senate — that last month took the most ambitious attempt in a generation to restore lawfulness and order to immigration, loaded it with unworkable cruelties, then pushed it into a ditch.
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  15. summerlong
    • 2007 July 28, Dan Gilgoff, “Scholar Becomes Chief Explainer in a ‘Mormon Moment’”, New York Times:
      He considered it a blessing that he was already on his way out of New York for his annual summerlong sojourn in Provo, Utah, when “Good Morning America” and “The Daily Show” started calling.
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  16. superhits
    • 2007 July 28, Michael Cieply, “In a Packed San Diego, Entertainment Worlds Collide”, New York Times:
      For Hollywood, increasingly reliant on animation and fantasy for superhits on the order of “Harry Potter ” or “Transformers,” the convention has become an obligatory first promotional stop for the next wave of blockbusters.
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  17. takfiris
    • 2007 July 28, Stephen Farrell, “Strife and Ice, Staples of Life, Overlap in Iraq”, New York Times:
      “In Ghazaliya, it is forbidden to sell ice because the takfiris said, ‘The Prophet Muhammad had no ice in his time,’ ” said Khatan Kareem, a manager at the factory where the drivers worked, shaking his head at the absurdity.
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  18. undereducated
  19. unsleepy
    • 2007 July 28, Rivka Galchen, “My Mother, Myself”, New York Times:
      My seemingly endless medical school days of gleelessly skipping lectures and spending far too many hours on crosswords, of obsessive toast eating and long hostile runs after which I’d get into bed unsleepy at 8 p.m. simply hoping to bring the day to a close a little bit earlier — that would all be over soon, for a year at least.
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