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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-08 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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90886 tokens ‧ 66697 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8476 types ‧ 41 (~ 0.484%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-08[edit]

  1. biobased
    • 2007 August 8, Hillary Rosner, “Cooking Up More Uses for the Leftovers of Biofuel Production”, New York Times:
      Ed Lehrburger, PureVision’s founder and chief executive, said he thought his lignin could sell for $300 a ton or more. Mr. Lehrburger said his company was collaborating with a wood and paper products manufacturer that is interested in using the lignin for a biobased glue for its laminates, plywoods and other products.
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  2. cilostazol
    • 2007 August 8, Stephanie Saul, “More Generics Slow Rise in Drug Prices”, New York Times:
      Mr. Cola, 82, a retired hairdresser and makeup artist who earned an Emmy for his work in daytime television, recently paid only $9 for a 90-day supply of cilostazol, a substitute for the branded drug Pletal for leg pains.
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  3. draggers
    • 2007 August 8, Brett Martin, “First a Hook, Then Ink: An Artist’s Catch”, New York Times:
      Over the years he’s made his living as a lobsterman, a clam digger and a skipper on commercial draggers, taking multiday trips miles offshore in search of cod and other fish.
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  4. endosurgery
  5. flagsticks
    • 2007 August 8, Damon Hack, “Stricker Traces Upswing to Trailer”, New York Times:
      The mobile home sat on the driving range of Cherokee Country Club, facing a hodgepodge of frozen flagsticks.
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  6. fluticasone
    • 2007 August 8, Stephanie Saul, “More Generics Slow Rise in Drug Prices”, New York Times:
      Prescription bottles bearing catchy brand names like Zoloft and Flonase are being pushed aside by tongue-twisting generics like sertraline and fluticasone propionate.
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  7. groundbreaker
    • 2007 August 8, Roberta Smith, “Doll, You Oughta Be in Pictures”, New York Times:
      Along with Claude Cahun, Paul Outerbridge and O. Winston Link, he could be considered a groundbreaker in setup photography, one of contemporary art’s richest lodes for the past 40 years.
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  8. gyotaku
    • 2007 August 8, Brett Martin, “First a Hook, Then Ink: An Artist’s Catch”, New York Times:
      In Japan the tradition of fish printing, or gyotaku, goes back to the 1800s, when fishermen began using ink and paper to record their catch. Ms. Sessler, who studied design in college, began making her fish prints two winters ago, when her husband got home from a long fishing excursion.
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  9. littleneck
  10. mariachis
  11. monophonically
  12. multiday
    • 2007 August 8, Brett Martin, “First a Hook, Then Ink: An Artist’s Catch”, New York Times:
      Over the years he’s made his living as a lobsterman, a clam digger and a skipper on commercial draggers, taking multiday trips miles offshore in search of cod and other fish.
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  13. nonmortgage
    • 2007 August 8, Bloomberg News, “Consumers Picked Up Pace of Borrowing in June”, New York Times:
      WASHINGTON, Aug. 7 (Bloomberg News) — Borrowing by American households rose more than forecast in June, as consumers turned to credit cards and nonmortgage loans to maintain spending.
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  14. nonrating
    • 2007 August 8, Bloomberg News, “Moody’s to Reorganize Into 2 Units”, New York Times:
      Mark Almeida, 47, will run Moody’s Analytics, a new division for nonrating services like Economy.com and KMV, and sales and marketing for the whole business, the company said.
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  15. nonroutine
    • 2007 August 8, Tina Kelley, “Death Benefit Is Elusive for Emergency Workers’ Families”, New York Times:
      During Congressional debate on the bill in 2003, Senator Patrick J. Leahy , a Vermont Democrat, gave examples of routine activities — typing on a computer, talking on the telephone, cleaning a fire truck — and those to be considered nonroutine — struggling with a suspect, assisting with medical treatment, performing search and rescue, or putting out a fire.
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  16. nonwaiver
    • 2007 August 8, David Picker, “Pérez Digs Early Hole, and Braves Pile It Up”, New York Times:
      “It’s a great lineup,” outfielder Shawn Green said of the Braves’ roster, which got even better when they signed first baseman Mark Teixeira at the nonwaiver trade deadline.
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  17. outleaping
    • 2007 August 8, Lynn Zinser, “Rhodes Is Lights, Camera, All Action”, New York Times:
      Pennington was flushed out of the pocket during a final-drive drill, and Coles ran to the corner of the end zone, where he snatched the pass out of the air by outleaping safeties Erik Coleman, Jamie Thompson and cornerback David Barrett.
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  18. overdunk
  19. plywoods
    • 2007 August 8, Hillary Rosner, “Cooking Up More Uses for the Leftovers of Biofuel Production”, New York Times:
      Ed Lehrburger, PureVision’s founder and chief executive, said he thought his lignin could sell for $300 a ton or more. Mr. Lehrburger said his company was collaborating with a wood and paper products manufacturer that is interested in using the lignin for a biobased glue for its laminates, plywoods and other products.
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  20. podlets
    • 2007 August 8, Andy Newman, “In Case of Apocalypse Later, a Plan to Ensure America’s Regreening”, New York Times:
      Now, next to the greenhouses, a walk-in cooler is filling up with little cotton sacks and plastic bags, each containing thousands of seeds in every possible shape and shade of earth tone — olive-green pellets, reddish-brown shields, fluffy tan podlets with little wings.
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  21. propanediol
    • 2007 August 8, Hillary Rosner, “Cooking Up More Uses for the Leftovers of Biofuel Production”, New York Times:
      Dr. Lin and his colleagues are trying to turn the resulting glycerol into a substance called 1,3 propanediol, or PDO, the base material for a substance used in upholstery, carpets, clothing and other applications.
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  22. pubescens
  23. ruisleipa
  24. sangrias
    • 2007 August 8, The New York Times, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      SANGRIA 46 An array of tapas and eight sangrias anchor the menu of this month-old Restaurant Row spot.
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  25. scup
  26. sertraline
    • 2007 August 8, Stephanie Saul, “More Generics Slow Rise in Drug Prices”, New York Times:
      Prescription bottles bearing catchy brand names like Zoloft and Flonase are being pushed aside by tongue-twisting generics like sertraline and fluticasone propionate.
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  27. steeplebush
    • 2007 August 8, Andy Newman, “In Case of Apocalypse Later, a Plan to Ensure America’s Regreening”, New York Times:
      They passed many species they had already collected for the Millennium project — maple-leaved vibernum, steeplebush with spiky stalks of tiny pink flowers, black birch — as well as a particularly impressive specimen of that quintessential Staten Island forest dweller, Automobilius burnedouticus.
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  28. stepgrandfather
  29. subpoenad
  30. sunsuit
    • 2007 August 8, Roberta Smith, “Doll, You Oughta Be in Pictures”, New York Times:
      The scale of the printed fabrics is just right: the yellow calico of a blond girl’s sunsuit, the tiny picturesque country scenes in red, blue and green on a gathered skirt.
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  31. unfretted
    • 2007 August 8, Ben Ratliff, “Some Quietly Intense Chills, Imported From Brazil”, New York Times:
      Bossa nova rhythm and harmony are implicit in much of Mr. Horta’s playing, but not bossa nova’s frugal guitar technique: he often strummed all six strings, leaving one or two unfretted, wresting complex harmonies and letting the low strings ring out.
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  32. unhomogenized
    • 2007 August 8, Joe Drape, “Should This Milk Be Legal?”, New York Times:
      Each month, he joined mothers with newborns and Wall Street titans in search of a box of unpasteurized, unhomogenized, raw milk.
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  33. untermenschen
    • 2007 August 8, Michael Schwirtz, “Music Found in Moscow May Be Hitler’s”, New York Times:
      Russians and Jews were among many groups disparaged by the Nazis as untermenschen, or subhumans, and tens of millions were killed in concentration camps and during the war.
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  34. upswell
    • 2007 August 8, Reuters, “Lenovo Shares Soar on Word of Talks to Buy Packard Bell”, New York Times:
      Lenovo, one of a handful of Chinese companies trying to forge a global brand by investing abroad, dropped to fourth globally in the first three months of 2007, but reclaimed the No. 3 spot from Acer a quarter later by riding an upswell of corporate demand.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. allegheny
    • 2007 August 8, Andy Newman, “In Case of Apocalypse Later, a Plan to Ensure America’s Regreening”, New York Times:
      Today at the botanic garden, officials from the seed bank and from the federal Bureau of Land Management will honor New York’s contribution, and may make a brief foray into the garden’s Native Flora collection to harvest a few seeds from an allegheny vine.
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  2. bagnat = pan bagnat
    • 2007 August 8, Melissa Clark, “Lunch Recipe: Take One 7-Year-Old ...”, New York Times:
      I thought about my old pan bagnat cushions recently while contemplating how to turn a can of tuna into lunch.
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  3. spartina