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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-08-25 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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73405 tokens ‧ 53918 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7532 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.425%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-08-25[edit]

  1. antiauthoritarian
  2. bacn
    • 2007 August 25, Dan Mitchell, “Click if You Read This Column”, New York Times:
      Already, a Web site, bacn2.com , has appeared to help “spread awareness” of bacn and to help people cope.
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  3. bludgeonings
    • 2007 August 25, Douglas Martin, “Leslie Lukash, Medical Examiner, 86, Dies”, New York Times:
      “Shootings, stabbings, bludgeonings — those are simple,” he said in an interview in 2000 with The New York Daily News.
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  4. buckoes
    • 2007 August 25, Paul B. Brown, “Praising Private Equity”, New York Times:
      “The difference between the conventional and the P.E. approach to strategy is that the private equity buckoes put their acquisitions through the formulate-a-strategy-and-start-implementing-it process in months rather than years,” he says.
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  5. chidings
    • 2007 August 25, “The C.I.A. Report: Is Anyone Accountable? (4 Letters)”, New York Times:
      Instead, we are fed allegations from Mr. Tenet that many of the conclusions in the C.I.A. report are “flat wrong,” and chidings from General Hayden that the American public is somehow wasting time trying to figure out what went wrong, that we are “revisiting ground that is already well plowed.”
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  6. counterterror
  7. craterlike
    • 2007 August 25, Anne Midgette, “The Lowly Pot Lid Takes a Star Turn”, New York Times:
      The piece, which had its premiere at this same festival in 1995, is divided into distinct, craterlike sections, probing different groups of sounds or relapsing back into a common tongue.
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  8. dappling
    • 2007 August 25, Jennifer Dunning, “Spirited Reminders of a Time Long Gone”, New York Times:
      But whatever its intentions, the piece was magical in the way it sent its dancers spinning through the growing dark in the bench-laden grove, momentary patches of light dappling the trees, the ground, a white moon-balloon and a dull silver umbrella.
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  9. hyperextended
  10. hypervigilant
    • 2007 August 25, “Dollars for Sale”, New York Times:
      And policy makers and currency traders are once again hypervigilant for signs that Asian central banks might redeploy part of their dollar-based debt holdings into non-American investments.
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  11. milelong
    • 2007 August 25, Nick Bunkley, “Difficult Cleanup Lies Ahead for Soaked Midwest”, New York Times:
      OTTAWA, Ohio, Aug. 24 — Hundreds of families were kept out of their homes here on Friday as Main Street remained at the bottom of a milelong lake created by flooding from the Blanchard River.
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  12. milonga
    • 2007 August 25, Glenn Collins, “Tangoing Cheek to Cheek for 3 Minutes in the Park”, New York Times:
      Thanks to word of mouth and the site online, the weekly event has prospered, and even spread, to the South Street Seaport, where a free Sunday milonga has been flourishing since 1999, Mr. Castro said.
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  13. milongas
    • 2007 August 25, Glenn Collins, “Tangoing Cheek to Cheek for 3 Minutes in the Park”, New York Times:
      The makeshift dance floor in the park is one facet of a teeming city sub-universe: There are dozens of Argentine tango milongas, or gatherings, in New York, most of them charging a modest fee, and many of them listed on a Web site, newyorktango.com .
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  14. mishandlings
    • 2007 August 25, “The C.I.A. Report: Is Anyone Accountable? (4 Letters)”, New York Times:
      I would be mollified, if not comforted, if they would admit their mistakes, their mishandlings, their allowing petty rivalries between bureaus to flourish at the expense of American lives.
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  15. multidenominational
    • 2007 August 25, Katie Zezima, “A Summer Island Rallies Around Its Aging Chapel”, New York Times:
      The chapel has been multidenominational Christian for decades, though rabbis have occasionally presided over Jewish services from its wooden altar.
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  16. nikethamide
    • 2007 August 25, Christopher Clarey, “The Ones to Watch in Osaka”, New York Times:
      Edwards, the 2003 world champion, has quickly returned to top form after being suspended for two years in 2004 for testing positive for the banned stimulant nikethamide.
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  17. nonresearch
    • 2007 August 25, Lew Serviss, “A Guiding Hand on Icy Terrain”, New York Times:
      Earlier this month, Schutt was honored by the Meteoritical Society, an international organization devoted to the study of matter from space, with its service award for nonresearch contributions to the field, namely his shepherding of Ansmet expeditions since 1980.
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  18. pixieish
  19. rescored
  20. snus
    • 2007 August 25, Andrew Martin, “Altria Board to Consider a Spinoff Overseas”, New York Times:
      For instance, it is now testing a Marlboro smokeless tobacco product, and it also is testing Marlboro snus, which are tobacco packets placed between the cheek and gum that do not generate spit like smokeless tobacco.
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  21. supercold
    • 2007 August 25, Warren E. Leary, “NASA Believes It Has Found Reason Foam Fell on Shuttle”, New York Times:
      Atop the underlying material, called superlightweight ablative foam core, is a layer of lighter insulating foam that prevents the formation of ice on the brackets holding a feed line that carries supercold liquid oxygen from the fuel tank to the engines.
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  22. superlightweight
    • 2007 August 25, Warren E. Leary, “NASA Believes It Has Found Reason Foam Fell on Shuttle”, New York Times:
      Atop the underlying material, called superlightweight ablative foam core, is a layer of lighter insulating foam that prevents the formation of ice on the brackets holding a feed line that carries supercold liquid oxygen from the fuel tank to the engines.
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  23. supersafe
    • 2007 August 25, “Dollars for Sale”, New York Times:
      During the worst of the markets’ recent volatility, many investors moved their money into supersafe Treasury securities, temporarily boosting the dollar against the euro and the British pound.
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  24. takfiris
  25. tandas
  26. tripleton
  27. truckyards
    • 2007 August 25, Matthew Summers-Sparks, “One Part Cement, Two Parts Whimsy, One Odd Park”, New York Times:
      ST. LOUIS — In an industrial area here known for truckyards, not art, a sculptor and entrepreneur named Bob Cassilly stands on a 100-foot-tall hill, created from some of the 182,000 truckloads of dirt that have been unloaded and applied to the skeleton of a former cement factory.
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  28. visionwise

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