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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-08 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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75571 tokens ‧ 55604 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7614 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.355%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-08[edit]

  1. aftershow
    • 2007 September 8, Virginia Heffernan, “Hated, Loved and Second-Guessed, MTV Is Still a Channel About Stars”, New York Times:
      With “The Hills,” they use a master story (the fight between Lauren and Heidi) to propel themselves through narrative tributaries that might take them onto other platforms and technologies (message boards, aftershow discussions, video-sharing, music-download sites).
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  2. bifeprunox
    • 2007 September 8, Stephanie Saul, “Wyeth Loses Bout in Fight on a Generic”, New York Times:
      The agency said it needed more data before it could approve two of the company’s experimental drugs: Pristiq for menopausal symptoms and bifeprunox for schizophrenia .
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  3. coarsener
  4. cyberrace
    • 2007 September 8, Ginia Bellafante, “A ‘Doctor Who’ World, With Sex in It”, New York Times:
      And they take a base, rebuild their forces, and before you know it, the cyberrace is spreading out across the universe, erasing worlds, assimilating populations.”
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  5. divos
    • 2007 September 8, Bernard Holland, “Opera Served as Comfort Food, Priced to Draw a Crowd”, New York Times:
      A small army of young singers, a generally svelte and handsome lot, seemed to have in its sights the cliché of overfed divas and divos assuredly held by some of Thursday’s novitiates in the audience.
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  6. earthling *
  7. famciclovir
    • 2007 September 8, Reuters, “Federal Appeals Court Blocks Teva from Selling Its Version of Famvir”, New York Times:
      Teva Pharmaceutical Industries said yesterday that a federal appeals court had issued an order temporarily enjoining it from further sales of its famciclovir tablets, a generic version of Novartis ’s antiviral medication Famvir.
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  8. horseplayer
    • 2007 September 8, Richard Goldstein, “Richard Carter, Author of Racing Guides, Dies at 89”, New York Times:
      In his book “The Winning Horseplayer” (1983), the racing writer Andrew Beyer wrote that the Ainslie books “raised the sophistication of the American horseplayer to a new level” and “educated a whole generation of racing fans in the 1960 and 1970s.”
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  9. horseplayers
  10. impurists
  11. involvements
  12. multifront
  13. mutuel *
    • 2007 September 8, Richard Goldstein, “Richard Carter, Author of Racing Guides, Dies at 89”, New York Times:
      At that speech, he advised “read everything you can lay your hands on” about racing and practice for months by handicapping from previous charts before going to the mutuel windows.
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  14. nonconventional
    • 2007 September 8, Eric Dash, “Countrywide Plans to Cut Staff Deeply”, New York Times:
      Investor appetite for buying nonconventional mortgages in the secondary market, the foundation of Countrywide’s business, has all but dried up.
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  15. nondoughnut
    • 2007 September 8, Ian Austen, “Northern Overexposure”, New York Times:
      The nondoughnut food offerings were not only profitable, but a major ingredient in driving revenue growth.
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  16. nonendangered
    • 2007 September 8, JerÉ Longman, “Animal Advocates Rattling Sports’ Cages”, New York Times:
      “Consumers should not be intimidated by the scare tactics of extremists who have a long-term agenda of banning the use of nonendangered animal products,” Warren Truss, Australia’s trade minister, said in a statement after the court ruling.
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  17. nonparish
    • 2007 September 8, Randal C. Archibold, “San Diego Diocese Settles Lawsuit for $200 Million”, New York Times:
      The Los Angeles Archdiocese has said it will sell large amounts of nonparish property, including its administrative headquarters, to pay for the settlement.
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  18. nonsupermarket
    • 2007 September 8, Ian Austen, “Northern Overexposure”, New York Times:
      Tim’s, as it is affectionately known, sells 78 percent of the nonsupermarket coffee and baked goods sold in Canada.
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  19. overinflated
  20. pantoprazole
    • 2007 September 8, Stephanie Saul, “Wyeth Loses Bout in Fight on a Generic”, New York Times:
      The drug, known generically as pantoprazole, is used to treat severe inflammation of the esophagus caused by gastric reflux.
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  21. percussively
    • 2007 September 8, Ben Ratliff, “A Jazz Drummer Who Says Cuba, Sí; Salsa, No”, New York Times:
      The same went for Mr. Turner, playing dry and keening phrases in the high registers, and Mr. Loueke, strumming percussively and running his acoustic guitar through a wah-wah pedal.
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  22. ponytailed
    • 2007 September 8, Melena Ryzik, “Don’t Rock the Boat; Opera in Progress”, New York Times:
      Instead of a traditional song seller, there is a man hawking vintage records; the harpist has been transformed into a ponytailed guitarist who plays 1940s music.
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  23. ruralism
    • 2007 September 8, David Hajdu, “Tenor of the Times”, New York Times:
      He had a robust earthiness that signified authenticity, especially to Americans of the postwar era who prized ruralism and took vernacular artists to be truer, more legitimate, than trained urban professionals. Mr. Pavarotti, who never mastered reading music, was a largely intuitive musician, and that seemed to come across to his advantage.
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  24. teensiest
    • 2007 September 8, Ginia Bellafante, “When the War Comes Home”, New York Times:
      Well, in the teensiest nutshell, “The Sopranos” served as a kind of mirror of the national consciousness, and Mr. Gandolfini, in the role of Tony Soprano, as a symbol of contorted morality and middle-class aspiration.
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  25. trivializer

Sequestered[edit]

  1. apache *