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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-13 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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69758 tokens ‧ 51310 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7351 types ‧ 33 (~ 0.449%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-13[edit]

  1. biomorphism
    • 2007 August 13, Roberta Smith, “Elizabeth Murray, 66, Artist of Vivid Forms, Dies”, New York Times:
      In Ms. Murray’s mature work, eccentrically shaped or multipanel canvases fused Cubism’s shattered forms and Surrealism’s suggestive biomorphism with the scale and some of the angst of Abstract Expressionism and more than a touch of Disneyesque humor and motion.
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  2. containerloads
    • 2007 August 13, Bob Tedeschi, “Manufacturers Find Ways to Navigate Web Retailing”, New York Times:
      “But we never wanted to be competing with our retailers, and we didn’t want to get involved with selling to one consumer at a time because we’re used to selling containerloads of product and we don’t have a huge staff for that.”
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  3. coupley
    • 2007 August 13, Virginia Heffernan, “It’s Lauren vs. Heidi in Battle of the Ex-BFFs”, New York Times:
      For the single girl — that’s Lauren here — high dudgeon about disloyalty is one (annoying) way to keep more coupley friends on the hook.
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  4. flyout
    • 2007 August 13, The Associated Press, “Phillies 5, Braves 3”, New York Times:
      Prado advanced to third on pinch-hitter Chris Woodward’s flyout, but Alfonseca entered and struck out Escobar and Matt Diaz to end the inning.
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  5. girlfriendhood
  6. impracticalities
    • 2007 August 13, Brad Stone, “Names in the News Get a Way to Respond”, New York Times:
      Media professionals characterized it less charitably as an effort by engineers who do not understand the impracticalities of such a project on a large scale — for instance, how do you verify a source’s identity or screen for inaccurate statements?
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  7. intertrack
    • 2007 August 13, Edward Wyatt, “Merv Griffin, Television Innovator, Dies at 82”, New York Times:
      Among them was Teleview Racing Patrol, which he built into the leading source of closed-circuit broadcasts of horse racing to off-track betting and intertrack wagering sites in the country.
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  8. jirga
    • 2007 August 13, Carlotta Gall, “Afghan Rebels Find Aid in Pakistan, Musharraf Admits”, New York Times:
      Pakistani news editors who met with General Musharraf on Saturday reported Sunday in The News, an Islamabad newspaper, that he had said the phone call was the third that Ms. Rice had placed to him that day, and that most of their discussion had been about Afghanistan and the jirga.
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  9. lugworms
  10. microlitter
  11. midstory
    • 2007 August 13, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      It began in midstory: “Thursday night, everything’s fine except you’ve got that look in your eye when I’m telling a story and you find it boring you’re thinking of something to say, you’ll go along with it then drop it and humiliate me in front of our friends.”
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  12. multihomer
  13. multipanel
    • 2007 August 13, Roberta Smith, “Elizabeth Murray, 66, Artist of Vivid Forms, Dies”, New York Times:
      In Ms. Murray’s mature work, eccentrically shaped or multipanel canvases fused Cubism’s shattered forms and Surrealism’s suggestive biomorphism with the scale and some of the angst of Abstract Expressionism and more than a touch of Disneyesque humor and motion.
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  14. noncontact
    • 2007 August 13, The Associated Press, “A Loss for Pitt”, New York Times:
      He was injured making a cut after catching a pass during a noncontact drill Saturday during the first day of full-squad workouts.
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  15. nonmagazine
  16. packlike
    • 2007 August 13, Landon Thomas Jr., “Pack Mentality Among Hedge Funds Fuels Market Volatility”, New York Times:
      Moreover, bankers and investors say, the strategies employed tend to be not only duplicable but broadly followed — the result being a packlike tendency that has helped increase market volatility and, for some hedge funds, has led to losses in the last month.
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  17. preteenagers
    • 2007 August 13, Brooks Barnes, “NBC Making a Clean Start in a House of Mixed Media”, New York Times:
      Most recently, Walt Disney paid $300 million for Club Penguin, a subscription Web site aimed at preteenagers, with the goal of melding the site’s penguin characters into the Disney franchise.
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  18. punishingly
  19. reattributed
    • 2007 August 13, Mike Mcintire, “Yes, the Fund-Raising Records Fell, Just Not as Far”, New York Times:
      About $422,000 of the first-quarter contributions reported by Mrs. Clinton would later need to be refunded, reattributed to a donor’s spouse or simply erased because there were insufficient funds to cover them.
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  20. recomplicating
    • 2007 August 13, Roberta Smith, “Elizabeth Murray, 66, Artist of Vivid Forms, Dies”, New York Times:
      Both tendencies enabled her to be one of a small group of painters — including Philip Guston, Frank Stella and Brice Marden — who during the 1970s rebuilt the medium from scratch, recomplicating and expanding its parameters and proving that it was still ripe for innovation, in part because of its rich history.
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  21. reductivist
    • 2007 August 13, Roberta Smith, “Elizabeth Murray, 66, Artist of Vivid Forms, Dies”, New York Times:
      Ms. Murray belonged to a sprawling generation of Post-Minimal artists who spent the 1970s reversing the reductivist tendencies of Minimalism and reinvigorating art with a sense of narrative, process and personal identity.
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  22. speaky
    • 2007 August 13, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Just make sure to turn the CD off before the bonus track, a hugely unpleasant Polynesian pastiche that includes the couplet “Tiki, tiki, tiki/Wanna speaky, speaky, speaky.”
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  23. stewarding
    • 2007 August 13, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “The 17 Percent Problem and the Perils of Domestication”, New York Times:
      The authors of the Science article stress the importance of stewarding “nature in perpetuity for people, as opposed to simply trying to protect nature from people.”
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  24. suburbanization
    • 2007 August 13, John Leland, “Off to Resorts, and Carrying Their Careers”, New York Times:
      “The same processes that led to the suburbanization of the United States after World War II,” Mr. Schechter said, “are now producing a virtual suburbanization in places like Jackson or Steamboat Springs.”
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  25. superagency
  26. toxically
    • 2007 August 13, Charles Isherwood, “A Matriarch After Your Attention, if Not Heart”, New York Times:
      Having assembled three generations of the Weston family under the eaves of the family home in rural Oklahoma, Mr. Letts merrily sets about exposing the pathologies that have long drawn them toxically together and driven them apart.
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  27. underdeck
    • 2007 August 13, Samuel I. Schwartz, “Catch Me, I’m Falling”, New York Times:
      During my nearly 20 years as an engineer with the New York City Department of Transportation, I witnessed numerous bridge failures, including the collapse of the West Side Highway in 1973, the fatal snap of a Brooklyn Bridge cable in 1981, and the 1989 fall of a concrete slab from the underdeck of Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive, which crushed a Brooklyn dentist in his car.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. dogmobiles
    • 2007 August 13, Simon Romero, “Aiming for a New Pittsburgh, and Falling Short”, New York Times:
      For commuters too poor to afford cars in a sprawling city with scant public transportation, bulging pickup trucks called perreras, a term loosely translated as dogmobiles, are the only option.
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  2. whiffle