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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-24 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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81687 tokens ‧ 58665 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8491 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.283%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-24[edit]

  1. anticollision
    • 2007 August 24, The Associated Press, “U.S. Pilots Reject Return to Brazil”, New York Times:
      The United States National Transportation Safety Board has attributed the crash partly to the cockpit systems’ failure to alert the American crew that the jet’s anticollision equipment had failed.
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  2. chamberlike
    • 2007 August 24, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      Its chamberlike coterie includes the cornetist Ron Miles, the bassist Todd Sickafoose, the drummer Allison Miller and the guitarists Ross Martin and Janet Feder, who are all present here.
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  3. cheng *
    • 2007 August 24, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      LINCOLN CENTER OUT OF DOORS Anyone intrigued by the cultural significance of tea should head to this free festival Friday to discover the Taiwanese Way of Tea. The Trance Music Ensemble, above, which includes pipa, cheng, zither and flute players as well as actors and calligraphers, will perform Taiwanese ceremonies incorporating traditional and contemporary culture in a program called "Tea and Music in Dialogue."
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  4. collagelike
    • 2007 August 24, The New York Times, “Theater Listings”, New York Times:
      The sharp young company brings energy and wit to both the collagelike text, composed of odd tales of dispossession, and Michael Friedman’s eclectic cavalcade of pastiche songs.
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  5. consigner
  6. disfluency
    • 2007 August 24, William Grimes, “Uh, Lead My Rips: No More Bloopers”, New York Times:
      To the long list of everyday afflictions that includes dry, itchy skin and restless leg syndrome, add another: speech disfluency.
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  7. engrossingly
    • 2007 August 24, Grace Glueck, “Frank Lloyd Wright, From the Inside and Out”, New York Times:
      You get an engrossingly detailed picture of how he achieved his vision in “Frank Lloyd Wright and the House Beautiful” at the Portland Museum of Art. The show displays more than 100 examples of his furniture, metalwork, textiles, plans, drawings and publications, along with photographs of particular interiors.
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  8. hypemen
    • 2007 August 24, Kelefa Sanneh, “Impromptu Summit of Kings in New York”, New York Times:
      But even when his stylish stanzas were swallowed up by the arena, or drowned out by his hypemen, T. I.’s famous swagger came through loud and clear.
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  9. hyperrealist
    • 2007 August 24, Martha Schwendener, “Those Rumors of Painting’s Death? Exaggerated”, New York Times:
      Newborns are cast in dirt by James Croak, painted in sickly watercolors by Egon Schiele and perched on a mother’s belly in Ron Mueck’s hyperrealist fiberglass and silicone sculpture.
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  10. mechanicals
    • 2007 August 24, Ben Brantley, “A Rude Mechanical’s Dream”, New York Times:
      I’m talking about those Athenian tradesmen called the rude mechanicals, six rough-hewn fellows who want nothing so much as to put on a play at their king’s nuptial celebration.
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  11. murumuru
  12. musics
    • 2007 August 24, The New York Times, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      LINCOLN CENTER OUT OF DOORS (Saturday) Kristjan Jarvi, the adventurous young conductor of the Absolute Ensemble, an impressive contemporary-music group, likes to create programs where the musics of different cultures bump up against one another.
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  13. platooned
  14. streetballer
  15. surreality
  16. taxability
    • 2007 August 24, “Foreclosure and Taxes”, New York Times:
      The taxability of forgiven debt is set to become a pressing issue as more homeowners fall behind on their mortgages and face foreclosure.
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  17. technorati
    • 2007 August 24, Laurie J. Flynn, “In Primary, Tech’s Home Is a Magnet”, New York Times:
      Part of Mr. Obama’s appeal, it seems, is that he is considered something of a start-up, reminding many of the technorati of themselves.
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  18. uhs
    • 2007 August 24, William Grimes, “Uh, Lead My Rips: No More Bloopers”, New York Times:
      Although Shakespeare refers to “hums and ha’s,” sifting through etiquette manuals and public-speaking guides turns up scant evidence of a prohibition against ums, ers and uhs, which are profuse in the first recording of Thomas Edison ’s voice, in 1888. Mr. Erard, rather ingeniously, traces the prohibition on um and other speech flaws to the advent of radio in the early 1920s.
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  19. umlessness
    • 2007 August 24, William Grimes, “Uh, Lead My Rips: No More Bloopers”, New York Times:
      “People began to prefer umlessness in public speaking and conversation around the same time that they began to value order, organization, planning and efficiency in an increasingly complex and urbanizing society,” he writes.
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  20. ums *
    • 2007 August 24, William Grimes, “Uh, Lead My Rips: No More Bloopers”, New York Times:
      Although Shakespeare refers to “hums and ha’s,” sifting through etiquette manuals and public-speaking guides turns up scant evidence of a prohibition against ums, ers and uhs, which are profuse in the first recording of Thomas Edison ’s voice, in 1888. Mr. Erard, rather ingeniously, traces the prohibition on um and other speech flaws to the advent of radio in the early 1920s.
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  21. unstuff
  22. vacationland
    • 2007 August 24, Louise Tutelian, “A Bit of Paradise on Island No. 999”, New York Times:
      The area remained a vacationland for families of lesser means, mostly from upstate New York, but economic activity declined.
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