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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-06 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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100714 tokens ‧ 74498 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9099 types ‧ 39 (~ 0.429%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-06[edit]

  1. anticonsumerism
    • 2007 September 6, Penelope Green, “Romancing the Flat Pack: Ikea, Repurposed”, New York Times:
      They make a subset of an expanding global D.I.Y. movement, itself a huge tent of philosophies and manifestoes including but not confined to anticonsumerism, antiglobalism, environmentalism and all-purpose iconoclasm.
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  2. antiglobalism
    • 2007 September 6, Penelope Green, “Romancing the Flat Pack: Ikea, Repurposed”, New York Times:
      They make a subset of an expanding global D.I.Y. movement, itself a huge tent of philosophies and manifestoes including but not confined to anticonsumerism, antiglobalism, environmentalism and all-purpose iconoclasm.
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  3. bondswoman
  4. candleholders
    • 2007 September 6, Melissa Clark, “The Retailer Next Door”, New York Times:
      Out came vanilla-scented pillar candles and shiny brass candleholders, bags of potpourri and cellophane-wrapped flip-flops, and enough unopened packages of rainbow chalk to keep an entire neighborhood of hopscotchers content.
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  5. classgoers
    • 2007 September 6, Nora Isaacs, “Yoga Is More Than Just Showing Up, but That Does Help”, New York Times:
      They have stopped short of telling erratic classgoers to give it up, but their message is loud and clear: committing to a regular practice is the only way to progress in life and on the mat.
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  6. commandwide
  7. decertified
    • 2007 September 6, The Associated Press, “Flight of Nuclear Warheads Over U.S. Is Under Inquiry”, New York Times:
      The munitions squadron commander has been relieved of his duties, an official said, and crews involved with the mistaken load, including ground crew workers, have been temporarily decertified for handling munitions.
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  8. everywoman
    • 2007 September 6, Virginia Heffernan, “A Pop Savant, Up Late and Armed With Wit”, New York Times:
      Her style is a friendlier, more workaday version of the haughty self-abasement practiced by Sarah Silverman, another junior Rivers, leavened by the everywoman spirit of Kathy Griffin.
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  9. fashiony
    • 2007 September 6, Mike Albo, “The Department of Just Right”, New York Times:
      SOUNDING OFF The store has its own music label — compilations of fashiony dance bands, French-Arabic tunes and other obscurities.
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  10. fritted
  11. gaspy
    • 2007 September 6, Mike Albo, “The Department of Just Right”, New York Times:
      When I tried it on, I discovered why my friends were so gaspy: it fit perfectly.
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  12. henleys
    • 2007 September 6, Mike Albo, “The Department of Just Right”, New York Times:
      For the last four years, A.P.C. has collaborated with the British designer Jessica Ogden on Madras, a line of casual clothes (soft henleys, cargo pants, pretty dresses), which will be presented in the store in October.
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  13. hopscotchers
    • 2007 September 6, Melissa Clark, “The Retailer Next Door”, New York Times:
      Out came vanilla-scented pillar candles and shiny brass candleholders, bags of potpourri and cellophane-wrapped flip-flops, and enough unopened packages of rainbow chalk to keep an entire neighborhood of hopscotchers content.
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  14. hyperliteracy
    • 2007 September 6, Virginia Heffernan, “A Pop Savant, Up Late and Armed With Wit”, New York Times:
      But to audiences who appreciate the collision of hyperliteracy with parables from the tabloids, she’s an outstanding M.C.
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  15. linotype
  16. minitrench
  17. multistrategy
    • 2007 September 6, Eric Dash, “A Citigroup Investment Chief Is Shutting a Hedge Fund”, New York Times:
      “We believe that we can best serve our clients by offering a single multistrategy hedge fund platform,” wrote John Havens, who was a founder of Old Lane with Mr. Pandit and is president of the alternative investment group.
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  18. oddsmakers
    • 2007 September 6, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      The three-piece new-rave band the Klaxons shocked the oddsmakers by beating the favored Amy Winehouse and the Arctic Monkeys in the British competition for the Nationwide Mercury Prize on Tuesday, Agence France-Presse reported.
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  19. overactivity
    • 2007 September 6, Elisabeth Rosenthal, “Some Food Additives Raise Hyperactivity, Study Finds”, New York Times:
      But the new, carefully controlled study shows that some artificial additives increase hyperactivity and decrease attention span in a wide range of children, not just those for whom overactivity has been diagnosed as a learning problem.
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  20. overharvesting
  21. recertification
  22. recertifications
    • 2007 September 6, Ray Rivera, “Process for Keeping Food Stamps Is Criticized”, New York Times:
      Mr. Diamond said the agency had taken several steps to ease the recertification process: it allows more recertifications by mail for elderly and disabled people who are on fixed incomes, and in the fall, the agency plans to test a telephone renewal system.
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  23. recertified
  24. recertifying
    • 2007 September 6, Ray Rivera, “Process for Keeping Food Stamps Is Criticized”, New York Times:
      The city’s cumbersome process for recertifying food stamp eligibility may be dissuading many recipients who qualify for the federally subsidized program from renewing their benefits, a new study suggests.
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  25. shearings
    • 2007 September 6, Elizabeth Hayt, “Lather, Rinse, Donate”, New York Times:
      Professional athletes have held public shearings.
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  26. sinkerball
    • 2007 September 6, Tyler Kepner, “Aches and Pains Catch Up to Yankees”, New York Times:
      “The fact that he’s a sinkerball guy, if we have a chance to take him off turf, we’ll take it.”
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  27. skylit
    • 2007 September 6, Robin Pogrebin, “The Philadelphia Museum Expands Into a Landmark”, New York Times:
      A new long, narrow skylit space described as the galleria, built in what had been an open outdoor area, incorporates the building’s original yellow brick on one long side and a new textured split-concrete wall on the other.
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  28. sundrenched
    • 2007 September 6, Lisa Belkin, “What Do Young Jobseekers Want? (Something Other Than the Job)”, New York Times:
      EARLY this summer, Joshua J. Pelton decided that he was meant to live in Orlando, Fla. So he quit his sales job in Detroit, packed his car with all the belongings that fit, put the rest in storage, and drove southeast daydreaming about sundrenched winters and packed nightclubs.
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  29. technogeeks
    • 2007 September 6, Penelope Green, “Romancing the Flat Pack: Ikea, Repurposed”, New York Times:
      Do-it-yourselfers and technogeeks, tinkerers, artists, crafters and product and furniture designers, the hackers are united only by their perspective, which looks upon an Ikea Billy bookcase or Lack table and sees not a finished object but raw material: a clean palette yearning to be embellished or repurposed.
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  30. triacetone
    • 2007 September 6, Kenneth Chang, “An Everyday Substance, Potent When Concentrated”, New York Times:
      If the hydrogen peroxide were mixed with acetone — the primary ingredient of most nail polish removers — the resulting chemical reactions could generate significant amounts of the explosive triacetone triperoxide, or TATP.
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  31. unignorable
    • 2007 September 6, William Grimes, “A Prosecutorial Brief Against Israel and Its Supporters”, New York Times:
      The general tone of hostility to Israel grates on the nerves, however, along with an unignorable impression that hardheaded political realism can be subject to its own peculiar fantasies.
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  32. unshown
    • 2007 September 6, Jeff Leeds, “MTV Aims to Return to Its Days of Glory”, New York Times:
      The next will replace portions of the original with previously unshown performances or other moments chosen by visitors to MTV’s Web site.
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  33. whiskering
    • 2007 September 6, Mike Albo, “The Department of Just Right”, New York Times:
      I have refrained from buying jeans for the last four years because I was getting freaked out by the trendy whiskering, sanding and detailing going on.
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