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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-05 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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91227 tokens ‧ 66629 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8545 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.374%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-05[edit]

  1. antitakeover
    • 2007 September 5, Michael J. De La Merced, “Ventana Seen as Buyer of Antibody Maker”, New York Times:
      Last month, a federal court prevented Ventana, based in Tucson, from using an antitakeover provision in that state as a defense.
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  2. barrelhead
    • 2007 September 5, “The Candidates’ Tainted Money”, New York Times:
      The presidential candidates’ gross money marathon is leaving them increasingly open to shady backslappers securing privileged access with big bags of campaign cash on the barrelhead.
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  3. bruschettas
    • 2007 September 5, Florence Fabricant, “Here Come the Chefs ...”, New York Times:
      The abbreviated name, said Jim Lahey, the owner of this newcomer and of Sullivan Street Bakery, can be pronounced either “koh” or “company,” a word based on the Latin for “together” and “bread.” Mr. Lahey has long made a simple, wonderful, pizza bianca; now he will elaborate in this casual, rustic place with brick-oven pizzas, bruschettas, cheeses and cured meats to enjoy with beer and wine: 230 Ninth Avenue (24th Street), no phone yet.
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  4. candleholder
    • 2007 September 5, “Brooklyn: Man Killed in Fall”, New York Times:
      When officers arrived, the man, whose name was not released, confronted them with a metal candleholder, officials said.
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  5. destemming
    • 2007 September 5, Eric Asimov, “Pinot Noirs Long on Passion if Not Years”, New York Times:
      And instead of destemming grapes before fermentation, Rhys uses whole grape clusters in the tradition of some of the best Burgundy producers like Romanée-Conti, Leroy and Dujac.
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  6. grivenes
    • 2007 September 5, Florence Fabricant, “Here Come the Chefs ...”, New York Times:
      The Adam Tihany redesign from 1996 is being repeated here with somewhat fewer seats, more smoked fish on the menu, a full liquor bar and nuggets of grivenes (chicken cracklings) and ptcha (garlicky jellied calf’s foot) to nibble with a drink and to make mavens weep with joy: 162 East 33rd Street, (212) 677-0606 or (212) 689-9000.
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  7. influxes
    • 2007 September 5, Chitrita Banerji, “Poor Calcutta”, New York Times:
      Calcutta, once called the second city of the British Empire, would again be seen as a pulsing metropolis of 14 million that has survived despite being twice slammed by huge influxes of refugees, once after the partition of 1947 and again during the Bangladesh war of independence in 1971.
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  8. lickable
    • 2007 September 5, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      CBS will test the limits by putting lickable flavor strips on print ads for its drama “Cane,” which stars Jimmy Smits as the head of a family that owns a Florida rum business.
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  9. marquise *
    • 2007 September 5, Timothy Ferris, “The Mix Tape of the Gods”, New York Times:
      “You have made the universe so large that I know not where I am, or what will become of me,” complains a lovely young marquise whom Fontenelle is tutoring.
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  10. megayachts
  11. minerality
    • 2007 September 5, Eric Asimov, “Pinot Noirs Long on Passion if Not Years”, New York Times:
      The ’04 Home Vineyard, as Mr. Harvey’s backyard production — now a full acre and two-thirds — is called, was more floral with fine minerality and graceful tannins.
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  12. multihomer
    • 2007 September 5, Ben Shpigel, “The Mets Finally Give Themselves a Season-High 5”, New York Times:
      “If we can take this momentum home, we can end it,” said Paul Lo Duca, who hit two three-run homers for his first multihomer game since Oct. 2, 2001, when he played for the Dodgers , and drove in a career-high seven runs.
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  13. nonsecurity
    • 2007 September 5, Isabel Kershner, “Israeli Court Orders Barrier Rerouted”, New York Times:
      “Today it becomes completely clear that the route was determined by nonsecurity considerations with the goal of expanding the settlement of Modiin Illit as much as possible,” Mr. Sfard told Israel Radio.
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  14. popcorns
    • 2007 September 5, Gardiner Harris, “Doctor Links a Man’s Illness to a Microwave Popcorn Habit”, New York Times:
      A spokeswoman for the Food and Drug Administration said that the agency was considering the case as part of a review of the safety of diacetyl, which adds the buttery taste to many microwave popcorns, including Orville Redenbacher and Act II.
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  15. ptcha
    • 2007 September 5, Florence Fabricant, “Here Come the Chefs ...”, New York Times:
      The Adam Tihany redesign from 1996 is being repeated here with somewhat fewer seats, more smoked fish on the menu, a full liquor bar and nuggets of grivenes (chicken cracklings) and ptcha (garlicky jellied calf’s foot) to nibble with a drink and to make mavens weep with joy: 162 East 33rd Street, (212) 677-0606 or (212) 689-9000.
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  16. savories
    • 2007 September 5, Florence Fabricant, “Business Is Hot, but the Vibe Is Cool”, New York Times:
      With Sam Mason at Tailor and Jehangir Mehta at Graffiti, imaginative pastry chefs who have brought a new kind of excitement to the end of a meal are opening small restaurants that give pride of place to desserts as well as savories, cementing a trend that began about a year ago.
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  17. socca
    • 2007 September 5, Florence Fabricant, “... From New York to the Horizon”, New York Times:
      NIZZA This cafe will have pizza, foccacia, socca and other casual dishes from the French and Italian Rivieras.
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  18. societally
  19. stilettoed
    • 2007 September 5, Julie Bloom, “A Synergetic Pas de Deux for Dance and Fashion”, New York Times:
      When the chosen stilettoed few crowd the tents at Bryant Park this morning for New York Fashion Week, careful observers may note that a few of this year’s models move more gracefully than others.
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  20. trailside
    • 2007 September 5, Felicity Barringer, “No More Privies, So Hikers Add a Carry-Along”, New York Times:
      So among the visual images of the 103-year-old Whitney trail — myriad tiny holes that hikers’ poles make in the trailside or the winking headlamps of predawn hikers heading up 99 rocky switchbacks — add one more: olive drab bags netted outside hikers’ backpacks.
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  21. ultracompetitors
    • 2007 September 5, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      This latest entry in Mark Lewis’s documentary series about ultracompetitors follows gardeners who are trying to raise the largest pumpkin in the world and transport it across New York State to the annual Cooperstown Pumpkin Fest weigh-off.
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  22. weisswurst
    • 2007 September 5, Florence Fabricant, “Here Come the Chefs ...”, New York Times:
      The menu offers small and large plates for lunch, cocktail time and dinner, many served on special little wooden presentation blocks, in tiny casseroles and bowls with petaled rims, adding visual allure to Mr. Kunz’s take on oysters Rockefeller, tempura okra, weisswurst with homemade pretzels and berries with elderflower gelée, some with cocktails designed to match: 13-15 West 54th Street, (212) 262-4600.
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  1. bianca *
    • 2007 September 5, Florence Fabricant, “Here Come the Chefs ...”, New York Times:
      The abbreviated name, said Jim Lahey, the owner of this newcomer and of Sullivan Street Bakery, can be pronounced either “koh” or “company,” a word based on the Latin for “together” and “bread.” Mr. Lahey has long made a simple, wonderful, pizza bianca; now he will elaborate in this casual, rustic place with brick-oven pizzas, bruschettas, cheeses and cured meats to enjoy with beer and wine: 230 Ninth Avenue (24th Street), no phone yet.
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  2. foccacia = focaccia
    • 2007 September 5, Florence Fabricant, “... From New York to the Horizon”, New York Times:
      NIZZA This cafe will have pizza, foccacia, socca and other casual dishes from the French and Italian Rivieras.
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  3. seperating = separating
    • 2007 September 5, Liz Robbins, “Henin Defeats Serena Williams Again”, New York Times:
      It was also the one major that Henin missed this year, while she was seperating from her husband of four years, Pierre-Yves Hardenne.
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  4. starcissism