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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-22 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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84727 tokens ‧ 62488 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8204 types ‧ 28 (~ 0.341%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-22[edit]

  1. antigambling
    • 2007 August 22, Howard Beck, “Lawyer Will Examine N.B.A. Gambling Rules”, New York Times:
      The National Basketball Association has selected a former United States attorney to review its antigambling policies and the league’s overall officiating program.
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  2. barrelhead
    • 2007 August 22, William Grimes, “A New World for Sale, Ocean-to-Ocean View”, New York Times:
      The means, he hastens to point out, were a decidedly mixed bag of motives and techniques that embraced “daring, cunning, bullying, bluff and bluster, treachery, robbery, quick talk, double talk, noble principles, stubborn resolve, low-down expediency, cash on the barrelhead, and, when deemed necessary, spilled blood.”
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  3. boli *
    • 2007 August 22, Ellen Barry And James Estrin, “Like Ducks and Penguins, With Nervous Stomachs”, New York Times:
      The thumps he hears are exciting for him: In gobs of vomit, to be referred to in his thesis as boli, he has identified eels, mud snails, oyster toadfish and menhaden.
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  4. cardioverter
  5. counterinitiative
    • 2007 August 22, “Virginia’s Gun Market”, New York Times:
      But now a legislative battle looms over the gun lobby’s brazen counterinitiative to legalize concealed weapons on campus.
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  6. delectability
    • 2007 August 22, Melissa Clark, “So Many Tomatoes to Stuff in a Week”, New York Times:
      If I really wanted to take full advantage of their delectability, and to eat them every day, a plan was in order.
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  7. ghutra
  8. hyperextended
  9. microconstituents
  10. midmarket
  11. minifacial
  12. miniparade
    • 2007 August 22, Claudia H. Deutsch, “FedEx Hopes for the Right Bounce From Golf”, New York Times:
      IF you are south of Greenwich Street in Manhattan between noon and 5 p.m. today, look for a weird miniparade: A guy carrying a “quiet” sign followed by a golfer, his caddy and an entourage of nattily dressed “fans.”
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  13. multibillionaire
  14. nonguests
    • 2007 August 22, C. J. Hughes, “Counting on a Hotel to Make a Neighborhood Hot”, New York Times:
      In addition, the building’s distinctive rooftop bar and pool, open to nonguests, were almost instantly trendy and heightened the buzz about the neighborhood.
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  15. nonpitcher
    • 2007 August 22, The Associated Press, “Tigers Rookie Baffles Indians in Second Start”, New York Times:
      DIAMONDBACK TIES CONSECUTIVE STRIKEOUT MARK Arizona’s Mark Reynolds tied the major league record for consecutive strikeouts by a nonpitcher last night when he struck out for the ninth time in a row.
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  16. overripeness
  17. panko
  18. perspirations
    • 2007 August 22, Jane Perlez, “A New Museum Is Frank in Its Exploration of the Slave-Trading Past”, New York Times:
      “This produced copious perspirations, so that the air soon became unfit for respiration from a variety of loathsome smells, and brought on a sickness among the slaves, of which many died, thus falling victims to the improvident avarice, as I may call it, of their purchasers.”
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  19. preroll
    • 2007 August 22, Miguel Helft, “Google Aims to Make YouTube Profitable With Ads”, New York Times:
      “We need to be in a place where we have standard overlays and standard measures of engagement across all portals, before the entire preroll industry can shift in any big way,” said Rebecca Paoletti, director of video strategy at Yahoo.
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  20. shehitah
  21. subpremium
    • 2007 August 22, Mark Bittman, “For the Best Cuts, Here Are the Rubs”, New York Times:
      That may be true of the absolute best meat, but if you’re going to tinker — and it’s a good idea to do so when using subpremium meat — you may want to think about a rub.
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  22. tautog
    • 2007 August 22, Ellen Barry And James Estrin, “Like Ducks and Penguins, With Nervous Stomachs”, New York Times:
      The fish he found were nothing unusual: cunner and tautog, small fish generally found around pilings or rocky shores, and one weakfish.
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  23. ultracheap
  24. ultraripe
    • 2007 August 22, Melissa Clark, “So Many Tomatoes to Stuff in a Week”, New York Times:
      Of all the dishes, this one benefits the most from using an ultraripe tomato, still warm from the farmers’ market.
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  25. undermaintained
    • 2007 August 22, “Yes, Tap Water Is Plentiful, but Is It Fit to Drink? (4 Letters)”, New York Times:
      From our public schools, to our courts, to our great museums, to the dirty little fountain at the east end of Washington Square Park, New York City is filled with fountains that are underpressurized, undermaintained and, as a result, underused.
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  26. underpressurized
    • 2007 August 22, “Yes, Tap Water Is Plentiful, but Is It Fit to Drink? (4 Letters)”, New York Times:
      From our public schools, to our courts, to our great museums, to the dirty little fountain at the east end of Washington Square Park, New York City is filled with fountains that are underpressurized, undermaintained and, as a result, underused.
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  27. uninsurance
    • 2007 August 22, Kevin Sack, “Many Eligible for Child Health Plan Have No Idea”, New York Times:
      There is little dispute among experts that the program has been instrumental in reducing the rate of uninsurance among low-income children by almost a third, even as the rate for adults has climbed.
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