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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-04 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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85412 tokens ‧ 63616 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8300 types ‧ 40 (~ 0.482%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-04[edit]

  1. amenorrheic
  2. antiracist
  3. bachatero
    • 2007 September 4, Michiko Kakutani, “Travails of an Outcast”, New York Times:
      Oscar, Mr. Díaz’s homely homeboy hero, is “not one of those Dominican cats everybody’s always going on about — he wasn’t no home-run hitter or a fly bachatero, not a playboy” with a million hot girls on the line.
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  4. capcom
    • 2007 September 4, John Schwartz, “Film Takes Us Back 38 Years, to That First Walk”, New York Times:
      Charles M. Duke Jr. is eloquent in talking about how he felt being the capcom, or capsule communicator, on Apollo 11, as well as about his experiences on Apollo 16.
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  5. chunni
  6. clawedness
  7. compounder
    • 2007 September 4, “Letters”, New York Times:
      The ingredients are also a mystery, except to the compounder.
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  8. everyones
    • 2007 September 4, Michiko Kakutani, “Travails of an Outcast”, New York Times:
      His Eye was everywhere; he had a Secret Police that out-Stasi’d the Stasi, that kept watch on everyone, even those everyones who lived in the States .”
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  9. fingerlike
    • 2007 September 4, Natalie Angier, “A Supple Casing, Prone to Damage”, New York Times:
      With age it gets thinner, losing collagen and elastin and the fingerlike anchors that help keep our epidermis in place.
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  10. greenways
  11. indignance
  12. innovational
    • 2007 September 4, John Schwartz, “Film Takes Us Back 38 Years, to That First Walk”, New York Times:
      “I am looking for things that are going to stimulate the American people” to find the value in space exploration, he said, “the inspirational, the innovational and just the human quest to discover.”
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  13. lovastatin
  14. makeable
  15. midstretch
    • 2007 September 4, “Majestic Warrior Wins the Hopeful”, New York Times:
      He made a huge run in midstretch to win by two and a quarter lengths in 1 minute 23.04 seconds for Kinsman Stable and the trainer Bill Mott.
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  16. multidexterity
    • 2007 September 4, Natalie Angier, “A Supple Casing, Prone to Damage”, New York Times:
      It also means skipping the tanning salons, forever decoupling the words “fit” and “tanned,” and retreating from the fiercest light of midday, back to a shady oasis, where you can contemplate the complexity, multidexterity and deep beauty of the organ called skin.
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  17. neurofibrillary
    • 2007 September 4, Nicholas Bakalar, “Change in Older Brains Tied to Use of Statins”, New York Times:
      Even though there was no difference in the incidence of apparent dementia in statin users compared with nonusers, the statin users had fewer small brain lesions and fewer of the twisted fibers called neurofibrillary tangles, even after controlling for sex, age at death, brain weight and other variables.
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  18. nondirected
    • 2007 September 4, Jane E. Brody, “For Living Donors, Many Risks to Weigh”, New York Times:
      Dr. Robert D. Truog, professor of medical ethics and anesthesia at the Harvard Medical School, lists three categories of living organ donation: directed donation, to a loved one or friend; nondirected donation, in which the organ goes to the general pool to be transplanted into the recipient at the top of the waiting list; and directed donation to a stranger, in which a donor gives to a specific person with whom there is no emotional connection.
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  19. oculopharyngeal
    • 2007 September 4, Ben Daitz, M.D., “Heirs to a Rare Legacy in New Mexico”, New York Times:
      INHERITANCE Mary Ann Chavez and her brother, above, are among the family members who suffer from oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy.
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  20. otologist
    • 2007 September 4, Jamie Talan, “Early Action Proving Crucial to Hearing Success”, New York Times:
      “We need to identify children early and provide them with hearing tools and training by the time they are 6 months,” said Dr. John Greinwald, a pediatric otologist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
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  21. overequipped
    • 2007 September 4, Margalit Fox, “Bill Deedes, Journalist in Britain, Is Dead at 94”, New York Times:
      More precisely, he is overequipped: among the items he takes from London are a collapsible canoe, a Union Jack, six linen suits, an astrolabe and a portable humidor.
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  22. piloerector
    • 2007 September 4, Natalie Angier, “A Supple Casing, Prone to Damage”, New York Times:
      The dermis is a clotted forest of blood vessels, nerves, sweat glands, hair follicles, piloerector muscles to make the product of those follicles stand on end, immune cells to battle infection, and fibroblasts, the all-important cells that synthesize collagen.
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  23. postflight
    • 2007 September 4, John Berg, “Time on the Greens Beats Time at the Gate”, New York Times:
      The great game of golf offered an antidote to the inevitable dead space — blocks of difficult-to-use hours, pre- and postflight — that are one of business travel’s biggest drags.
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  24. raspberrylike
    • 2007 September 4, Ben Daitz, M.D., “Heirs to a Rare Legacy in New Mexico”, New York Times:
      It is caused by abnormal blood vessels that form raspberrylike clusters in the brain and spinal cord.
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  25. reinaugurated
  26. ribolata
    • 2007 September 4, Ginia Bellafante, “Why Dine When You Can Eat?”, New York Times:
      That too many 14-year olds can too easily identify Mario Batali , and that a frightening percentage of those who can might also be able to tell you what makes a good ribolata?
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  27. runelike
  28. schlockmeister
    • 2007 September 4, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      Eurotrash fans will have already guessed that this plastic surgeon is played by Howard Vernon, the wild-eyed Swiss actor who approached greatness as the lead in Jean-Pierre Melville ’s “Silence de la Mer” (1949) but spent much of his long and strange career in the stock company of the Spanish schlockmeister Jess Franco (“The Awful Dr. Orloff,” “The Diabolical Dr. Z”).
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  29. semiregular
    • 2007 September 4, Tyler Kepner, “Fractured Bone in Wrist Is Latest Setback for Phillips”, New York Times:
      In the past two seasons, Phillips has dealt with his wife’s cancer and his mother’s serious car accident, and he came back from a stint in the minors to establish himself as a semiregular first baseman.
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  30. stringcourses
  31. sunblocked
    • 2007 September 4, Natalie Angier, “A Supple Casing, Prone to Damage”, New York Times:
      Skin needs ultraviolet radiation to begin the synthesis of vitamin D, but dermatologists say you can probably get the necessary electromagnetic input from a mere 20 minutes of sun exposure a week, as you go about your daily affairs, sunblocked and sans beach.
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  32. supermidsize
    • 2007 September 4, Joe Sharkey, “Jostling in the Skies for the Business Jet Set”, New York Times:
      Owners of midsize jets like Hawker 900XPs and Citation Sovereigns also get waivers for Central America, and Hawaii is added for owners of supermidsize jets like Citation Xs and Hawker 4000s.
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  33. undented
    • 2007 September 4, Michiko Kakutani, “A Haitian Tragedy: Brothers Yearn in Vain”, New York Times:
      She has written a fierce, haunting book about exile and loss and family love, and how that love can survive distance and separation, loss and abandonment and somehow endure, undented and robust.
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  34. underinvested
    • 2007 September 4, Will Connors, “Congo by Rail: Filthy, Crowded and Dangerous”, New York Times:
      “The railway network is large, expensive, underinvested, in a lot of trouble and needs a lot of money to be repaired,” says Arno Hart, a consultant who worked on a feasibility study for the United States Trade and Development Agency, intended to advise potential American investors.
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  35. untabulated
  36. watermilfoil
    • 2007 September 4, Henry L. Henderson, “Heavy Water”, New York Times:
      And throughout the summer, defenders of the Adirondack lakes in upstate New York fought an all-out war against Eurasian watermilfoil, a “stringy herb” that is elbowing out native aquatic plants at an alarming rate.
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