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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-11 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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96630 tokens ‧ 71766 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8934 types ‧ 33 (~ 0.369%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-11[edit]

  1. acromioclavicular
    • 2007 September 11, John Branch, “Eli Manning Could Sit Out Against Packers”, New York Times:
      He waved them up and down to show that his throwing shoulder still operates despite a sprained acromioclavicular joint, or AC joint.
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  2. bentgrass
    • 2007 September 11, Ray Glier, “Thirsty Greens Are Off Limits at FedEx Cup”, New York Times:
      The PGA Tour and East Lake have reached an agreement to replace the bentgrass with Bermuda grass before the Tour Championship next year.
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  3. bleaty
    • 2007 September 11, Anne Midgette, “What a Cold Little Hand, but What Warm Tones”, New York Times:
      The problem is that these two attributes seem to belong to two different voices: the top was altogether less satisfying than the bottom, and at the point at which they meet, his sound was dangerously bleaty.
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  4. capacocha
  5. chipsets
    • 2007 September 11, Laurie J. Flynn, “Intel Raises Its Outlook; Rival Offers New Chip”, New York Times:
      Tom Beermann, an Intel spokesman, said the revised forecast was “based on what we’re seeing worldwide in terms of strength in revenues from chipsets and microprocessors,” but he would give no further details.
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  6. coronally
  7. decompressive
    • 2007 September 11, Matt Higgins, “Chance of Recovery for Bills’ Everett Is ‘Bleak’”, New York Times:
      Everett was immobilized using a back board and taken by ambulance to Millard Fillmore Gates Hospital in Buffalo, where he underwent “urgent decompressive surgery” Sunday night, according to doctors.
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  8. florals
    • 2007 September 11, Susan Stellin, “Eau de Hotel”, New York Times:
      Hotels have also taken pains to avoid fragrances that may provoke an allergic reaction, which is why Westin stayed away from florals or citrus, said Sue Brush, senior vice president for the brand. Ms. Brush said that guests had not reported any problems, emphasizing that the scent was dispersed only in public areas.
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  9. groundfire
    • 2007 September 11, C.J. Chivers, “Nonstop to Chechnya: As War Ebbs, Flights Return”, New York Times:
      Mr. Chaika described the old approach, before Chechnya’s airport was sacked: the plane would circle high over Grozny, and then descend in a harrowing corkscrew, hoping to dodge groundfire.
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  10. kente
    • 2007 September 11, Eric Wilson, “Numerous Directions, a Few Clear Thoughts”, New York Times:
      One trend shaping up for spring is an abundance of graphic black and white textiles that recall Op Art paintings, or messed up checkerboards. Mr. Panichgul’s were subtle, made of patchwork ticking stripes, but Ms. Cornejo’s looked almost as if she had recolored traditional kente cloth for her inviting wraps and a one-shouldered sheath. Ms. Sarafpour’s version was an eye-popping kaleidoscope fabric that, like the splotches of turquoise or coral beads elsewhere, relieved the drabness of her earth-tone lady coats.
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  11. lowlighted
    • 2007 September 11, Murray Chass, “It Should Come as No Surprise: The Mets Are Good”, New York Times:
      No matter what potholes the Mets stumbled into throughout the first five months of the season, lowlighted by the four-game sweep in Philadelphia two weeks ago, I have never had any doubt that they would win the National League East championship.
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  12. multicore
    • 2007 September 11, Laurie J. Flynn, “Intel Raises Its Outlook; Rival Offers New Chip”, New York Times:
      After several consecutive quarters of losing market share, Intel in recent quarters has released a host of new multicore processors, including its first quad-core chip, while A.M.D. has suffered from pricing pressure and a short-term inventory glut.
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  13. neuropathologists
  14. nonrevolving
    • 2007 September 11, Bloomberg News, “Consumer Credit Slowed in July”, New York Times:
      Revolving debt, like credit card balances, rose $5 billion in July and nonrevolving debt, including auto loans, rose $2.5 billion, the smallest increase since October.
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  15. outconstruct
    • 2007 September 11, Eric Wilson, “Numerous Directions, a Few Clear Thoughts”, New York Times:
      The shawl-like canopies that topped some of the dresses in Jeremy Laing’s collection went so far as to smack of church-lady propriety, as if he meant to atone for making clothes that in the past were so complicated as to outconstruct Frank Gehry .
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  16. outsiderness
    • 2007 September 11, Ben Ratliff, “Making Connections Between Town and Country”, New York Times:
      But the most striking thing about Farm Aid was the novelty of going to a (more or less) rock festival focused not on outsiderness, fashion, derangement of the senses or even its own brand power, but on the survival of small businesses and the health of our species.
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  17. overwatch
  18. phoropter
    • 2007 September 11, Laura Novak, “Not Autistic or Hyperactive. Just Seeing Double at Times”, New York Times:
      Testing includes using a pen or finger to test for the “near point of convergence,” as well as a phoropter, which uses lenses and prisms to test the eyes’ ability to work together.
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  19. poufs
    • 2007 September 11, Eric Wilson, “Numerous Directions, a Few Clear Thoughts”, New York Times:
      Of this lot, Thakoon Panichgul seems to have the greatest ambitions as a designer, one with a clear road map to a future that will not be limited to artful peony poufs.
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  20. schizoaffective
    • 2007 September 11, Carol W. Berman, M.D., “When a ‘Duplicate’ Family Moves In”, New York Times:
      My patient had a history of schizoaffective disorder, similar to schizophrenia , but with more emotional range.
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  21. shibori
    • 2007 September 11, Eric Wilson, “Numerous Directions, a Few Clear Thoughts”, New York Times:
      This season he added more sporty elements to his collection: a tailored slate wool jacket over slouchy shorts, indigo print shirts and full skirts using the Japanese shibori technique (a more meticulous form of tie-dye) and some worn with pullovers in kelly green, which is Mr. Panichgul’s nod to hippie-preppy.
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  22. smiteth
    • 2007 September 11, Adam Liptak, “Jury Consulted the Bible, but Death Sentence Stands”, New York Times:
      On the pro side, he quoted passages from the Bible, including this one from Exodus: “He that smiteth a man, so that he dies, shall surely be put to death.”
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  23. stumpf *
    • 2007 September 11, Ben Ratliff, “Making Connections Between Town and Country”, New York Times:
      Willie Nelson’s salute to America’s small farmers on Sunday night was circuslike: it included American Indian wisdom dancers, a few marines, a talented practitioner of the stumpf fiddle (a bouncing stick with noisemakers attached), two of his children and about a dozen guitarists onstage at the same time, including Neil Young and Derek Trucks.
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  24. submolecular
    • 2007 September 11, John Markoff, “Redefining the Architecture of Memory”, New York Times:
      Since the tiny magnetic domains have to travel only submolecular distances, it is possible to read and write magnetic regions with different polarization as quickly as a single nanosecond — far faster than existing storage technologies.
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  25. subscience
    • 2007 September 11, Elissa Ely, M.D., “In an Age of Images, Teaching Pathology by Hand”, New York Times:
      Neurology, after all, is a subscience of anatomy — the symptoms of brain disorders are directly related to the sites of lesions — yet many neurology residencies no longer require brain-cutting time.
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  26. suitmaker
    • 2007 September 11, Cathy Horyn, “Narciso Rodriguez Sets the Pace for a No-Frills Spring”, New York Times:
      At Z Zegna, a youthful men’s label by the Italian suitmaker, there were papery cotton parkas with oversize backpacks and some handsome striped jackets, but the many baggy shorts lent a weird weight to everything.
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  27. supercold
    • 2007 September 11, John Markoff, “Redefining the Architecture of Memory”, New York Times:
      An I.B.M. research fellow largely unknown outside a small fraternity of physicists, Mr. Parkin puttered for two years in a lab in the early 1990s, trying to find a way to commercialize an odd magnetic effect of quantum mechanics he had observed at supercold temperatures.
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  28. violinistic
    • 2007 September 11, “A Thrilling Instrument (2 Letters)”, New York Times:
      As a violinist, I often thought of him in violinistic terms when comparing him with another great tenor, Franco Corelli: Corelli had a voice like a Stradivarius; Pavarotti was a Guarneri del Gesù.
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