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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-01 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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96036 tokens ‧ 70564 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8752 types ‧ 48 (~ 0.548%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-01[edit]

  1. antifamily
    • 2007 August 1, Douglas Martin, “Norma Gabler, Leader of Crusade on Textbooks, Dies at 84”, New York Times:
      Norma Gabler, a Texas homemaker who recoiled at material in her children’s textbooks and became the public face of a crusade with her husband to rid schoolbooks of content they considered antifamily, anti-American and anti-God, died on July 22 in Phoenix.
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  2. antiflooding
    • 2007 August 1, The Associated Press, “Trenton: Open-Space Proposal Goes to Voters”, New York Times:
      The proposal calls for spending $109 million to preserve open space and parkland, $73 million to preserve farmland, $12 million for antiflooding efforts and $6 million on historic preservation.
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  3. antigang
  4. antinarcotics
    • 2007 August 1, James C. Mckinley Jr., “Tapes Implicate Tijuana Police in Drug Trafficking and a Killing”, New York Times:
      The tapes also suggest that several officers kept drug dealers apprised of the movements of federal agents on May 3, 2006, when an antinarcotics agent, Eduardo Reyes, 27, was gunned down by drug traffickers.
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  5. antiseizure
    • 2007 August 1, Denise Grady, “Roberts Facing Medical Option on 2nd Seizure”, New York Times:
      “With multiple seizures, my recommendation generally is to put patients on antiseizure medication, and I think that would be the recommendation of most neurologists.
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  6. auteurism
  7. breadmaker
    • 2007 August 1, Harold Mcgee, “Ice Cream That’s a Stretch”, New York Times:
      The dondurma-maker, or a machine built for the purpose, pounds and stretches the ice cream for 20 minutes to organize the network into a dense, elastic mass, just as a breadmaker kneads dough to develop its gluten.
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  8. calabaza *
  9. currywurst
    • 2007 August 1, Florence Fabricant, “Calendar”, New York Times:
      Today through Aug. 12 there will be street food, with dishes like currywurst from Germany and tripe sandwiches from Italy, with beer.
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  10. dogfighter
  11. dondurma *
  12. dramaturgical
    • 2007 August 1, Steve Smith, “Nine Roles, One Able Soprano and Abundant Conniving”, New York Times:
      Then there are the dramaturgical concerns: Ms. Weir’s quirky piece is a three-act opera that includes nine roles, all sung by unaccompanied soprano in the space of 12 minutes.
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  13. eggless
  14. filmgoing
    • 2007 August 1, Rick Lyman, “Michelangelo Antonioni, Bold Director, Dies at 94”, New York Times:
      Tall, cerebral and serious, Mr. Antonioni, like Mr. Bergman, rose to prominence at a time, in midcentury, when filmgoing was an intellectual pursuit, when purposely opaque passages in famously difficult films set off long nights of smoky argument at sidewalk cafes, and when fashionable directors like Mr. Antonioni, Alain Resnais and Jean-Luc Godard were chased down the Cannes waterfront by camera-wielding cinephiles demanding to know what on earth they meant by their latest outrage.
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  15. fudgy
    • 2007 August 1, Melissa Clark, “As Easy as Pie, and It Sizzles”, New York Times:
      The Peppermint Patties, which ballooned into intense fudgy orbs, easily won.
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  16. glucomannan
    • 2007 August 1, Harold Mcgee, “Ice Cream That’s a Stretch”, New York Times:
      The bulbs contain a mucilaginous carbohydrate called glucomannan, which the orchids use to retain water during dry periods.
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  17. guedge
  18. hypereroticized
  19. injera
  20. intrafamily
    • 2007 August 1, Barry Bearak, “Amid War, Passion for TV Chefs, Soaps and Idols”, New York Times:
      At 8:30, it is back to Tolo for the intrafamily and extramarital warfare waged on “Tulsi,” the nickname for a show whose title literally means “Because the Mother-in-Law Was Once the Daughter-in-Law.”
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  21. konjac
    • 2007 August 1, Harold Mcgee, “Ice Cream That’s a Stretch”, New York Times:
      But it turns out that the commercial stabilizer guar gum (from the tropical cluster bean) and Japanese konjac flour (from tubers of a taro relative) contain closely related carbohydrates that behave in much the same way as salep glucomannan.
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  22. languagelike
    • 2007 August 1, William Grimes, “Language Evolution’s Slippery Tropes”, New York Times:
      The big-bang theory has been countered by linguists who believe that just as the eye evolved to meet a need for vision, language evolved to meet the need for communication. Ms. Kenneally ushers onto the stage researchers who have discovered that many animal species possess languagelike skills previously unimagined and, without benefit of syntax or words, have a complicated inner life.
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  23. millefeuille
    • 2007 August 1, Matt Lee And Ted Lee, “In Dense Stews From Senegal, Intriguing Secrets”, New York Times:
      On a recent weekday morning, its two resident scientists — bakers in starched white coats — glazed mixed-berry tartlets and spread crème Chantilly over thin sheets of millefeuille pastry on a long steel table.
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  24. nondigestible
  25. nonleaking
    • 2007 August 1, Barry Bearak, “Amid War, Passion for TV Chefs, Soaps and Idols”, New York Times:
      According to the government’s latest surveys, only 43 percent of all households have nonleaking windows and roofs, 31 percent have safe drinking water and 7 percent have sanitary toilets.
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  26. nonparticipation
    • 2007 August 1, Hassan M. Fattah, “Islamic Opposition Group Pulls Out of Elections in Jordan”, New York Times:
      Mr. Bakhit would not comment on specific allegations of fraud, but said the elections were “legitimate under the Constitution and will not be marred by the nonparticipation of a certain party.”
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  27. nonwaiver
    • 2007 August 1, Ben Shpigel, “Mets Float Some Offers, but Cannot Close a Deal”, New York Times:
      MILWAUKEE, July 31 — The nonwaiver trade deadline came and went Tuesday afternoon with the Mets looking exactly as they had when they arrived here Monday night: with a new second baseman, Luis Castillo, but their pitching staff intact.
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  28. pillowy
    • 2007 August 1, Melissa Clark, “As Easy as Pie, and It Sizzles”, New York Times:
      The bubbling oil had caused the pastry to puff up and crisp on the outside, but remain tender and pillowy within.
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  29. postperformance
    • 2007 August 1, Patricia Cohen, “The Theme Is Ancient, but the Subject Is Modern”, New York Times:
      To help attract audiences, the theater has set up postperformance discussions that have included cast members, rabbis, imams, political analysts and journalists.
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  30. postshow
    • 2007 August 1, Patricia Cohen, “The Theme Is Ancient, but the Subject Is Modern”, New York Times:
      Still, having to talk openly about “Masked” made him so self-conscious and defensive, he said, that he would not appear in any more postshow panels — although, he added, he was thrilled that many viewers stayed.
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  31. powderkeg
  32. prebiotics
  33. rebuilders
  34. rootstock
    • 2007 August 1, Eric Asimov, “A Simple Thirst, a Great Cab”, New York Times:
      While the choice of a rootstock can determine how bountiful a grapevine will be, and how it absorbs nutrients and sunlight, it is not clear how a vine behaves differently when planted on its own roots.
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  35. rootstocks
    • 2007 August 1, Eric Asimov, “A Simple Thirst, a Great Cab”, New York Times:
      Ever since the phylloxera crisis of the 19th century, when ravenous North American aphids practically annihilated the European wine industry by consuming the roots of vines, almost all vinifera vines have been grafted onto American rootstocks resistant to the bug.
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  36. superantioxidants
  37. tostada *
    • 2007 August 1, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      Marlon Manty, who was a chef at Blue Smoke, will serve dishes like smoked chorizo with pickled okra, flank steak tostada salad, Texas brisket with red-eye gravy and enchilada pie: 25 West 51st Street, (212) 265-8824.
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  38. unignorable
    • 2007 August 1, William Grimes, “Language Evolution’s Slippery Tropes”, New York Times:
      One nut to crack is the nature of language itself, and here Ms. Kenneally introduces the unignorable presence in virtually every linguistic debate, Noam Chomsky . Mr. Chomsky and his many adherents regard language as a uniquely human endowment, centered in a specific area of the brain.
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  39. vinifera *
    • 2007 August 1, Eric Asimov, “A Simple Thirst, a Great Cab”, New York Times:
      Ever since the phylloxera crisis of the 19th century, when ravenous North American aphids practically annihilated the European wine industry by consuming the roots of vines, almost all vinifera vines have been grafted onto American rootstocks resistant to the bug.
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  40. vitaminlike
  41. yete

Sequestered[edit]

  1. goji