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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-15 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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86560 tokens ‧ 63427 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8271 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.387%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-15[edit]

  1. bicolor *
    • 2007 August 15, Micheline Maynard, “In the Fruit Belt, Selling Summer Off the Truck”, New York Times:
      As the drivers eased into their assigned stalls, the scent of summer produce began to pierce the muggy air: fat red tomatoes, just arriving at ripeness, voluptuous Red Haven peaches, their fuzzy skins colored deep red and gold, and tender bicolor sweet corn, piled high on truck beds.
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  2. charry
    • 2007 August 15, The New York Times, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      On the best nights the pizza arrives with a good number of charry spots and a crisp-pliant crust that you hope to find, but almost never do, at a corner slice spot.
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  3. ditziness
    • 2007 August 15, Virginia Heffernan, “Another Sunny Summer of Worries at MTV High”, New York Times:
      The premiere episode of “Newport Harbor” features some flaunting of ditziness — the crowd shows off how klutzy they are with chopsticks, and a quick debate over whether the phrase is “global warming ” or “global warning” goes cheerfully unresolved — that was less in evidence on “Laguna Beach.”
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  4. facefirst
    • 2007 August 15, Ben Shpigel, “Hernández Goes Six Innings the Long Way”, New York Times:
      Milledge took an admittedly circuitous route that ultimately ended with him falling facefirst onto the warning track after making a diving catch.
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  5. grappas
    • 2007 August 15, Eric Asimov, “An Orchard in a Bottle, at 80 Proof”, New York Times:
      At Clear Creek Distillery here, which he has operated for more than 20 years, he makes grappas and marcs, brandies and liqueurs.
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  6. kurta
    • 2007 August 15, Ramachandra Guha, “India’s Internal Partition”, New York Times:
      In one pocket of my kurta lay my wallet; in the other, an exquisite little statue of the Hindu god Ganesh, dancing.
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  7. marcs
    • 2007 August 15, Eric Asimov, “An Orchard in a Bottle, at 80 Proof”, New York Times:
      At Clear Creek Distillery here, which he has operated for more than 20 years, he makes grappas and marcs, brandies and liqueurs.
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  8. margherita *
    • 2007 August 15, The New York Times, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      Simple pies like the margherita ($15) or the San Daniele (a margherita plus prosciutto and arugula, $23), were preferable to the more involved offerings.
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  9. microbrewed
    • 2007 August 15, Eric Asimov, “An Orchard in a Bottle, at 80 Proof”, New York Times:
      He has watched as a cola-swilling nation has embraced wine and microbrewed beers, whiskeys and cuisines from around the world.
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  10. microdistilleries
    • 2007 August 15, Eric Asimov, “An Orchard in a Bottle, at 80 Proof”, New York Times:
      Germain-Robin and St. George Spirits, two other pioneering microdistilleries, were starting out in California at roughly the same time.
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  11. microsomia
    • 2007 August 15, “Reading Lincoln’s Face”, New York Times:
      There was an extreme asymmetry in Lincoln’s face, characteristic of a condition called cranial facial microsomia.
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  12. nonbaseball
  13. noncandidate
    • 2007 August 15, Susan Saulny, “A Campaign Undeclared, Not Invisible”, New York Times:
      As a result, he has been able to promote his positions and raise money through his Web site, all while technically remaining a noncandidate.
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  14. nonchalanting
  15. nonseafood
    • 2007 August 15, The New York Times, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      CRAVE CEVICHE BAR Ceviche is given global interpretations, including Italian (shrimp with Tuscan beans) and French (Arctic char with Champagne and truffles), with assorted sangrias on the bar and a number of nonseafood options in a breezy, rustic setting that opened Monday: 946 Second Avenue (50th Street), (212) 355-6565.
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  16. paparazzilike
    • 2007 August 15, Virginia Heffernan, “Another Sunny Summer of Worries at MTV High”, New York Times:
      This is because the channel has evolved a quick and dirty, paparazzilike way of shooting the summer vacation of a clique of teenagers in Orange County and then televising it as the end-of-season melancholy sets in for the viewing public.
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  17. pharisees
    • 2007 August 15, Kim Severson, “For Kosher Emergencies, Manna From a Machine”, New York Times:
      From a culinary perspective, this is the kind of food that would make the pharisees of local, seasonal food fall to their knees and beg for mercy.
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  18. pitchout
  19. precaucus
    • 2007 August 15, Susan Saulny, “A Campaign Undeclared, Not Invisible”, New York Times:
      He is making his first precaucus trip to Iowa this week, and he sends out regular e-mail messages to supporters detailing his positions.
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  20. predinner
    • 2007 August 15, “Letters”, New York Times:
      This makes a perfectly fine predinner cocktail, but it hardly constitutes a balanced meal.
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  21. puddinglike
    • 2007 August 15, Melissa Clark, “A Nonconforming Eggplant”, New York Times:
      When it was just soft enough to be succulent but not entirely puddinglike, I let it cool so it wouldn’t wilt the peppers and the cherry tomatoes that I decided to add for their freshness.
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  22. salady
    • 2007 August 15, Melissa Clark, “A Nonconforming Eggplant”, New York Times:
      It was different from all the other eggplant salads I’d made, and even more salady than most — even without the lettuce.
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  23. sangrias
    • 2007 August 15, The New York Times, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      CRAVE CEVICHE BAR Ceviche is given global interpretations, including Italian (shrimp with Tuscan beans) and French (Arctic char with Champagne and truffles), with assorted sangrias on the bar and a number of nonseafood options in a breezy, rustic setting that opened Monday: 946 Second Avenue (50th Street), (212) 355-6565.
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  24. seductresses
    • 2007 August 15, Virginia Heffernan, “Another Sunny Summer of Worries at MTV High”, New York Times:
      More familiar pleasure dawns in her chipper — smug, but sweetly so — self-presentation: this teenager explains that she’s at the center of an absolutely incredible social scene, in an astoundingly beautiful place, surrounded by dashing heroes, treacherous seductresses and loyal ladies-in-waiting.
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  25. speakership
    • 2007 August 15, Carl Hulse, “Hastert Will Not Seek New Congressional Term”, New York Times:
      First elected in 1986, Mr. Hastert was Mr. DeLay’s chief lieutenant in 1998 when the retirement of Newt Gingrich and the admission of an extramarital affair by his likely successor opened up the speakership during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton .
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  26. spoonable
    • 2007 August 15, Melissa Clark, “A Nonconforming Eggplant”, New York Times:
      I’ve made many an eggplant salad since then, and no matter what I’ve seasoned them with (tahini, pomegranate molasses, mayonnaise, soy sauce) they’ve pretty much all followed in that same cold, spoonable, intensely flavored vein.
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  27. teetotaling
    • 2007 August 15, The New York Times, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      THE VOLSTEAD The name of this spacious restaurant and lounge is an ironic reference the teetotaling Andrew J. Volstead, the Minnesota congressman who sponsored the act enforcing Prohibition in 1919: 125 East 54th Street, (212) 583-0411.
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  28. unrecognize
    • 2007 August 15, “Reading Lincoln’s Face”, New York Times:
      We are so good that it is almost impossible to unrecognize a face in order to notice the asymmetries that help us first recognize it.
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  29. wheatier
    • 2007 August 15, The New York Times, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      Things got even wheatier there when Isabella’s Oven, a pizzeria, opened in May.
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