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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-07-30 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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64582 tokens ‧ 47167 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7152 types ‧ 26 (~ 0.364%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-07-30[edit]

  1. antiloitering
  2. counterrhythms
    • 2007 July 30, Kelefa Sanneh, “This Hip-Hop Future Looks Like Yesterday”, New York Times:
      Sometimes he amplifies the bass line by doubling it; sometimes he adds scabrous counterrhythms and countermelodies; sometimes he just makes cool noises.
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  3. cypresses
    • 2007 July 30, Ralph Blumenthal, “In East Texas, Residents Take On a Lake-Eating Monster”, New York Times:
      The lake has long been called one of Texas’s best-kept secrets for its mirrorlike reflections of moss-draped cypresses along 88 miles of marked boat “roads,” bald eagle sightings, alligator haunts and prize fishing: a 500-pound bony fish called an alligator gar was once netted here and another, not much smaller, was caught on a rod and reel.
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  4. diquat
    • 2007 July 30, Ralph Blumenthal, “In East Texas, Residents Take On a Lake-Eating Monster”, New York Times:
      Mike Turner, a burly boat mechanic who calls himself part of the “Caddo Navy,” has set aside his business to go out daily in his small boat for $25 an hour to spray Salvinia infestations with a government-approved herbicide mixture of diquat and glyphosate and surfactants to make it stick to the leaves.
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  5. hypergrowth
  6. lightstick
  7. majoritarian
    • 2007 July 30, “Shaping the Court for Political Ends (8 Letters)”, New York Times:
      No. He proposes to employ majoritarian bullying to overturn the legal and constitutional balance of power for the vapid purpose of upholding “popular values,” whatever and whose ever those are.
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  8. mirrorlike
    • 2007 July 30, Ralph Blumenthal, “In East Texas, Residents Take On a Lake-Eating Monster”, New York Times:
      The lake has long been called one of Texas’s best-kept secrets for its mirrorlike reflections of moss-draped cypresses along 88 miles of marked boat “roads,” bald eagle sightings, alligator haunts and prize fishing: a 500-pound bony fish called an alligator gar was once netted here and another, not much smaller, was caught on a rod and reel.
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  9. noncontender
    • 2007 July 30, Tyler Kepner, “Now Pitching in Scranton, Some Relief for Yankees”, New York Times:
      With Chamberlain presumably coming up soon and the Yankees still hoping to pry a reliever from a noncontender — Eric Gagné of the Texas Rangers is the best available — there is less need for Farnsworth.
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  10. nonstandards
    • 2007 July 30, “Counterterrorism and the C.I.A. (2 Letters)”, New York Times:
      Careful checks must be introduced to ensure that America does not stoop to that netherworld of nonstandards and dirty tricks that terrorists use.
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  11. nonwaiver
  12. pianophiles
    • 2007 July 30, Steve Smith, “Festival’s King of Keys Kicks Off With Haydn”, New York Times:
      To the ardent pianophiles who flock to the International Keyboard Institute & Festival at Mannes College the New School for Music every summer, the Canadian virtuoso Marc-André Hamelin is royalty.
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  13. preblog
    • 2007 July 30, Andrew Adam Newman, “New Life on the Web for a Killed Newspaper Column”, New York Times:
      “A killed story used to be pretty much dead unless it got leaked to another newspaper,” Mr. Roderick said of the preblog era of print-based newspapers.
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  14. prefight
    • 2007 July 30, Duff Wilson, “In Boxing’s Underbelly, a Blind Eye to Fighters’ Health”, New York Times:
      A sports article on Monday about the failure of state boxing commissions to enforce their prefight medical standards misidentified the individual who drove the boxer Bradley A. Rone to the bout in July 2003 in which he collapsed and died in the ring from heart problems.
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  15. puya
  16. sermonizer
    • 2007 July 30, Kelefa Sanneh, “This Hip-Hop Future Looks Like Yesterday”, New York Times:
      Zack De La Rocha is the lead rapper and agitator and sermonizer of Rage Against the Machine, but on Saturday night at Randalls Island he barely talked between songs.
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  17. suitelike
    • 2007 July 30, Vivien Schweitzer, “A Double Bill of Viennese Romanticism”, New York Times:
      The music of both the symphonic “Florentine Tragedy” and the more suitelike “Dwarf,” whose dances evoke the Spanish court, dramatically mirrors onstage emotions.
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  18. superconsumerist
    • 2007 July 30, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “Should Most Pet Owners Be Required to Neuter Their Animals?”, New York Times:
      It’s apparent in the obesity of our dogs and cats, and in our increasing spending on veterinary care and gourmet pet food and dietary supplements and everything else that helps us treat them as our superconsumerist equals.
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  19. teletimer
  20. trumpetlike
  21. vallenatos
    • 2007 July 30, Jon Pareles, “All Colombian All the Time to Thrill a Patriotic Crowd”, New York Times:
      He often sings about heartbreak and the consolations of music, with Mr. Zambrano’s frisky accordion banishing self-pity. Mr. Dangond sang his vallenatos with more melodrama, and he shared shoulder-shaking dances with Juancho de la Espriella, whose hearty accordion interludes kept the songs close to rustic roots.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. jotto = Jotto, trademarked game, always capitalised
  2. whiffle