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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-10 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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2007-08-10[edit]

  1. boulevardiers
    • 2007 August 10, Michiko Kakutani, “Take Me Back to Egypt’s Land”, New York Times:
      “The Man in the White Sharkskin Suit” in this stunning memoir is the author’s father, Leon Lagnado, a prosperous businessman in Cairo during and after World War II, one of the city’s most elegant boulevardiers, who spent his nights in the restaurants, cafes, dance halls and casinos of what was then “the most cosmopolitan city in the world.”
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  2. callup
    • 2007 August 10, The Associated Press, “Ankiel Hits Homer in His Return”, New York Times:
      The timing of Ankiel’s callup coincided with the loss of utilityman Scott Spiezio, who is entering a treatment program for a substance-abuse problem and will be put on Major League Baseball’s restricted list.
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  3. churchlike
    • 2007 August 10, Vivien Schweitzer, “Music for the Religious, From Two Who Weren’t”, New York Times:
      Ideas unfolded organically in his powerfully probing and introspective interpretation of Schumann’s yearning work, to which the listeners, crammed in among the churchlike flickering candles, paid devout attention.
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  4. compas *
    • 2007 August 10, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      SWEET MICKY (Friday and Saturday) Michel Martelly, or Sweet Micky, is the bad boy of Haitian compas, sometimes dressing in drag or making song lyrics bawdy as he stokes the party.
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  5. craftsiness
    • 2007 August 10, Roberta Smith, “In These Shows, the Material Is the Message”, New York Times:
      A few summers ago there was an outbreak of ’60s psychedelia, rainbow colors and all-around craftsiness, lots of sewing and knitting and rather twee art.
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  6. dementors
  7. duking
    • 2007 August 10, Jim Rutenberg, “Bush Rejects Gas Tax as Way to Shore Up Bridges”, New York Times:
      “And so you don’t want the picture to be kind of, you know, duking it out,” he said while shadowboxing, “ ‘O.K., put up your dukes.’
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  8. flammables
    • 2007 August 10, Virginia Heffernan, “Confronting a Crystal Meth Head Who Is Handy With a Chainsaw”, New York Times:
      In Coley’s case it’s a garage stocked with garden tools, flammables and his sacraments: a broken piece of clear plastic on which he flattens out white powder with some kind of credit card.
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  9. gazanias
  10. governmentwide
    • 2007 August 10, Sharon Lafraniere, “S. Africa Fires Official Praised for Anti-AIDS Work”, New York Times:
      During her interim leadership of the Health Ministry, control of national AIDS policy was removed from Dr. Tshabalala-Msimang, a close ally of Mr. Mbeki, and placed under a governmentwide council led by Mr. Mbeki’s deputy president, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngucka.
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  11. guestrooms
  12. lusterware
    • 2007 August 10, Wendy Moonan, “Newport Antiques (and Nantucket’s) in Summer Fair”, New York Times:
      In Nantucket, they sold most of their stock: vernacular Windsor chairs, an Orkney Islands chair from Scotland with a woven sea-grass back, English lusterware, an oak wall cupboard and a decorated leather sea trunk made in China.
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  13. makos
  14. megadevelopment
    • 2007 August 10, Howard W. French, “Ire Over Shanghai Rail Line May Signal Turning Point”, New York Times:
      For many, the suspension in the face of widespread public opposition signaled the end of an era of top-down, megadevelopment, with attendant opportunities for high-level corruption, and the beginning of an era one in which the voice of China’s growing middle class can no longer be ignored.
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  15. multibrand
    • 2007 August 10, Amelia Gentleman, “Indians Protest Wal-Mart’s Wholesale Entry”, New York Times:
      India does not allow multibrand foreign retailers to sell directly to consumers, but such businesses can open wholesale operations.
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  16. oceanviews
    • 2007 August 10, Jill P. Capuzzo, “Sometimes, Being Overlooked Is an Advantage”, New York Times:
      Being near the water will cost you: a 636-square-foot cottage on the beach in Sand Hill Cove lists for $895,000, while a two-bedroom ranch with oceanviews in Bonnet Shores lists at $925,000.
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  17. pluckable
    • 2007 August 10, Ellen Maguire, “In the Grove”, New York Times:
      Mr. Tworkowski was surprised by the extensive labor involved in producing pluckable fruit, but he was not daunted.
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  18. pomologist
    • 2007 August 10, Ellen Maguire, “In the Grove”, New York Times:
      Apple, cherry, peach and pear trees, with their showy fragrant blooms, lush foliage and edible bounty, line many winding roads in the Hudson Valley north of New York City , offering proof of the area’s agricultural richness and tempting urban buyers of weekend country houses into an unanticipated role — part-time pomologist.
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  19. postearthquake
    • 2007 August 10, Regan Morris, “Quake Rattles the Los Angeles Area”, New York Times:
      The bridge, known as the Whites Canyon Road bridge, in Santa Clarita, was closed about 2:30 a.m. after a sheriff’s deputy noticed the loose concrete in a routine postearthquake inspection.
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  20. redeveloper
    • 2007 August 10, Dennis Hevesi, “Frank D. Rich Jr., 83, Real Estate Developer, Dies”, New York Times:
      Mr. Rich was president of the F. D. Rich Company in the 1960s when the Stamford Urban Redevelopment Commission chose it as the sole redeveloper of a 118-acre swath of the downtown area, dotted with rundown row houses and wood-frame homes.
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  21. rosacea
    • 2007 August 10, Virginia Heffernan, “Confronting a Crystal Meth Head Who Is Handy With a Chainsaw”, New York Times:
      Just when you’re feeling pretty good, in other words, like you don’t even need a new “Intervention,” and could go about your television life in a measured, temperate way, taking it one day at a time and surviving if not quite cold turkey then at least just on the occasional rerun, back it all comes: the new addicts, the gruesome histories, the sores, the rosacea, the needles, the wily liars and then, at last, the catharsis of the confrontation that is the program’s reason for being.
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  22. sauger
    • 2007 August 10, Greg Breining, “Life on a Big River in a House That Floats”, New York Times:
      “The wonderful thing about this part of the river is that you can anchor near a wing dam and catch smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, sauger, walleye, channel cat, flathead cat, sheepshead and redhorse — all on the same anchor.
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  23. schmancy
    • 2007 August 10, Lynn Harris, “On the Roof, a Weaning From Weeding”, New York Times:
      But thanks to the charmless chunk of schmancy condos now going up on Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue (the Champs Élysées of auto parts stores), the rooftop sunsets we savored in summers past were, it turns out, our last.
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  24. securocrats
    • 2007 August 10, Michael Wines, “General’s Death Portends Election Troubles in Zimbabwe”, New York Times:
      “He’s supported by a coterie of securocrats and military officers who are entirely loyal, however serious the situation may be,” said one Zimbabwean analyst who spoke on the condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals.
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  25. sheepshead
    • 2007 August 10, Greg Breining, “Life on a Big River in a House That Floats”, New York Times:
      “The wonderful thing about this part of the river is that you can anchor near a wing dam and catch smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, sauger, walleye, channel cat, flathead cat, sheepshead and redhorse — all on the same anchor.
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  26. smokily
    • 2007 August 10, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      (Sunday and Thursday) As the title reveals, this musical from the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater moves to a Latin beat, with Cinderella smokily crooning, “I dreamed I met my prince last night in Rio.”
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  27. snowflakelike
    • 2007 August 10, Benjamin Genocchio, “To See the World in Ballpoint Pen”, New York Times:
      When Mr. Lee’s drawings conjure before you a soft, densely inked snowflakelike blob with feathery edges, or a pattern that recalls a distant constellation, or foliage, or even stones in a pool of clear, shallow water, it is hard not to be mesmerized.
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  28. supercompetitive
  29. swaddlings
    • 2007 August 10, Holland Cotter, “Sonnets in Marble”, New York Times:
      The child’s flesh swells against his tight swaddlings; the young mother’s breasts push against her robe.
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  30. thermochromatic
    • 2007 August 10, Louise Story, “Product Packages Now Shout to Get Your Attention”, New York Times:
      Technology is also driving the changes — like the thermochromatic ink in the Coors label that changes the color of the label’s mountains with the temperature of the beer bottle.
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  31. towerlike
    • 2007 August 10, Holland Cotter, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The older woman at this point magically steps out of the bar, as if out of a film set, and we follow her as she climbs a staircase that circles the exterior of a towerlike building.
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  32. twistedly
  33. uncategorizable
    • 2007 August 10, The New York Times, “Dance Listings”, New York Times:
      They’re all on view, along with a sizable helping of the uncategorizable, in Fringe dance programs.
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  34. underventilated
    • 2007 August 10, Nate Chinen, “Giving the Hometown Fans a Dose of Classic Hometown Hip-Hop”, New York Times:
      But when the Beastie Boys played Central Park SummerStage on Wednesday night, Mike D (a k a Michael Diamond) made a point of complaining, or bragging, about his slow ride uptown on an underventilated A train.
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  35. unpinched
  36. unspiritual
    • 2007 August 10, Vivien Schweitzer, “Music for the Religious, From Two Who Weren’t”, New York Times:
      For all the performance’s technical perfection, it didn’t have enough soul to lift the listener from the deeply unspiritual confines of Avery Fisher Hall.
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  37. untransportable
    • 2007 August 10, Holland Cotter, “Sonnets in Marble”, New York Times:
      True, his chief monuments — a tabernacle in the Basilica of San Lorenzo in Florence and the tomb of Carlo Marsuppini in Santa Croce — are absent because untransportable.
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  38. utilityman
    • 2007 August 10, The Associated Press, “Ankiel Hits Homer in His Return”, New York Times:
      The timing of Ankiel’s callup coincided with the loss of utilityman Scott Spiezio, who is entering a treatment program for a substance-abuse problem and will be put on Major League Baseball’s restricted list.
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  39. waterlilies
    • 2007 August 10, Benjamin Genocchio, “Inside His Sketchbooks, Clues to Monet”, New York Times:
      Even the beloved paintings of the slowly evolving garden and lily ponds at his home in Giverny might have started out as rudimentary pencil and crayon studies, as a comparison of a blackish green, purple and blue painting of waterlilies, on loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art , with a black crayon study from the sketchbooks suggests.
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  40. youngbloods
    • 2007 August 10, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      LOUIS HAYES 70TH-BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION (Friday through Sunday night) Friday Louis Hayes, still an energetic hard-bop drummer, presents a sextet with one fellow veteran, the trombonist Curtis Fuller, alongside youngbloods like the pianist Jonathan Batiste.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. sonnetto
    • 2007 August 10, Holland Cotter, “Sonnets in Marble”, New York Times:
      It would be entirely true to Desiderio’s spirit to think of the show as a sonnet — a sonnetto, “a little sound” — rather than an epic, an intimate study in precise rhythms, interior rhymes, energy concentrated rather than unfurled.
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