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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-12 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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93951 tokens ‧ 69190 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8621 types ‧ 45 (~ 0.522%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-12[edit]

  1. antifraud
    • 2007 September 12, Danny Hakim, “Cuomo Invokes Antifraud Law to Widen Inquiry Into State Pension Fund”, New York Times:
      ALBANY, Sept. 11—In a major escalation of his investigation into the state comptroller’s office, Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo has begun issuing subpoenas under a sweeping state antifraud law, Mr. Cuomo’s office announced on Tuesday.
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  2. biofabs
    • 2007 September 12, Andrew Pollack, “How Do You Like Your Genes? Biofabs Take Orders”, New York Times:
      The newer biofabs make complete double-stranded genes, usually hundreds to about 2,000 base pairs long, though in a few cases, longer than 10,000.
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  3. charcutier
    • 2007 September 12, Joan Nathan, “A Delicacy That Is Better When It’s Not Served Whole”, New York Times:
      According to Michel Kalifa, a charcutier at Maison David in the Marais section of Paris, the merchants, called chevillards in France, would sell the more lucrative four quarters of a steer to butchers but often reserved the cheaper “fifth quarter” for themselves or for those without much money.
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  4. chevillards
    • 2007 September 12, Joan Nathan, “A Delicacy That Is Better When It’s Not Served Whole”, New York Times:
      According to Michel Kalifa, a charcutier at Maison David in the Marais section of Paris, the merchants, called chevillards in France, would sell the more lucrative four quarters of a steer to butchers but often reserved the cheaper “fifth quarter” for themselves or for those without much money.
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  5. cornflake
    • 2007 September 12, Melissa Clark, “Extra Crunch for the Kugel”, New York Times:
      I also nixed recipes with bread crumbs or nut or cornflake toppings.
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  6. crudo *
    • 2007 September 12, Marian Burros, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      The restaurant appears determined to capture all current and past trends in Italian menus: food served raw, barely cooked and fully cooked; carpaccio, tartare and crudo; salumi and cheese; panini and crustless tramezzini; and the traditional antipasti, primi and secondi.
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  7. crustless
    • 2007 September 12, Marian Burros, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      The restaurant appears determined to capture all current and past trends in Italian menus: food served raw, barely cooked and fully cooked; carpaccio, tartare and crudo; salumi and cheese; panini and crustless tramezzini; and the traditional antipasti, primi and secondi.
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  8. cyberintruders
    • 2007 September 12, John Schwartz, “Who Needs Hackers?”, New York Times:
      And even though his department takes the threat of hacking and malicious cyberintruders seriously, he said, “I’ve got a list of 16 things that I try to address in terms of outages — only one of them is cyber- or malicious attacks.”
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  9. eventlike
    • 2007 September 12, Heather Clancy, “Cyberspace Trade Shows Bring Action to the Desktop”, New York Times:
      “We wanted to preserve the eventlike feel and the sense that this was something important to attend,” said Mr. McDonell, who converted an 18-city industry road show, called the Automated Test Summit, into a consolidated virtual conference last May.
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  10. flyhalf
    • 2007 September 12, The Associated Press, “World Cup Suspensions”, New York Times:
      United States center Paul Emerick was barred five weeks for a dangerous tackle on England flyhalf Olly Barkley on Saturday.
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  11. grillers
  12. growable
    • 2007 September 12, David Karp, “New Grapes Abound With Old World Flavor”, New York Times:
      For over a century, breeders tried to use vinifera to minimize Concord-type flavors and devise neutral, supermarket-grade grapes, growable in the East.
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  13. guanciale *
    • 2007 September 12, Marian Burros, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      I loved the breaded pickles fried in schmaltz ($5), and I liked crunchy flatbread with guanciale and ricotta ($12).
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  14. microdoses
    • 2007 September 12, Barnaby J. Feder, “Saving the Animals: New Ways to Test Products”, New York Times:
      And for some tests, people have replaced animals: volunteers get microdoses of potential drugs that can be analyzed but cause no ill effects.
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  15. nongilled
    • 2007 September 12, Jesse Mckinley, “California Officials Tackle a Toothy Lake Predator”, New York Times:
      Rotenone is widely considered safe for mammals and other nongilled animals, though some concerns have been raised about links to Parkinson’s disease and some types of cancer.
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  16. overpropagandize
  17. panko
    • 2007 September 12, Melissa Clark, “Extra Crunch for the Kugel”, New York Times:
      But, she added, more modern interpretations could include anything from rhubarb and blueberries to panko, goat cheese and broccoli.
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  18. pigfest
    • 2007 September 12, Florence Fabricant, “Calendar”, New York Times:
      Il Buco’s annual Sagra del Maiale, or pigfest, will be held from 1 to 6 p.m. on Sept. 20 outside the restaurant, 47 Bond Street (Bowery).
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  19. pixielike
  20. platooning
  21. predialysis
    • 2007 September 12, Andrew Pollack, “F.D.A. Advisory Panel Opposes Curb on Anemia Drugs”, New York Times:
      The committee — in two 14-to-5 votes, one for dialysis and one for predialysis patents — rejected that idea, saying somewhat more flexibility was needed.
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  22. prescandal
    • 2007 September 12, Monica Davey, “Earmark Gone, Indian Project Is One-Winged”, New York Times:
      But the pace, so far, is significantly slower than in the prescandal days of 2005, when Congress financed more than 15,000 pet projects, by some estimates, totaling more than $30 billion.
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  23. primi *
    • 2007 September 12, Marian Burros, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      The restaurant appears determined to capture all current and past trends in Italian menus: food served raw, barely cooked and fully cooked; carpaccio, tartare and crudo; salumi and cheese; panini and crustless tramezzini; and the traditional antipasti, primi and secondi.
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  24. royale *
    • 2007 September 12, Florence Fabricant, “Calendar”, New York Times:
      At dinner, customers will be served a free Kir royale and canapés.
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  25. secondi *
    • 2007 September 12, Marian Burros, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      The restaurant appears determined to capture all current and past trends in Italian menus: food served raw, barely cooked and fully cooked; carpaccio, tartare and crudo; salumi and cheese; panini and crustless tramezzini; and the traditional antipasti, primi and secondi.
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  26. semilow
  27. sexlessness
    • 2007 September 12, Ginia Bellafante, “The Marriage Is in Trouble, So They Take It Onto Television”, New York Times:
      As the new HBO series “Tell Me You Love Me” tries to lend further credence to the idea that problems like sexlessness and infertility are the province of upper-middle-class marriages, “Decision House” imagines that it is the less well off and unsophisticated who beat their wives and describe their children as lame or pathetic.
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  28. skimmy
    • 2007 September 12, Cathy Horyn, “A Designer Gives Lessons on What’s Sexy”, New York Times:
      His skimmy, bugle-beaded evening dresses and tweed skirts, with undergarments casually showing through sheer panels at the side or back, are erotic.
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  29. soppressata
    • 2007 September 12, Marian Burros, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      X-ray-thin crusts have judicious coatings of cheese — robiola, goat cheese, ricotta, sheep cheese — and sparing but flavorful toppings like broccoli rabe, black truffle pâté and soppressata.
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  30. steaklike
    • 2007 September 12, Florence Fabricant, “A Portobello Dish Stands In for Steak”, New York Times:
      But I decided to turn my back on that approach and instead opted for a different partner, far more wholesome yet steaklike: grilled portobello mushrooms.
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  31. subleasing
    • 2007 September 12, Jane L. Levere, “Jewelers Are Drawn to an Already Gilded Avenue”, New York Times:
      Leviev is to open a 4,000-square-foot shop at 700 Madison Avenue, between 62nd and 63rd Streets, next month; it is renting a landmark 1920s building and subleasing some space to other tenants, including Kentshire, whose 3,500-square-foot store will open in November.
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  32. tramezzini *
    • 2007 September 12, Marian Burros, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      The restaurant appears determined to capture all current and past trends in Italian menus: food served raw, barely cooked and fully cooked; carpaccio, tartare and crudo; salumi and cheese; panini and crustless tramezzini; and the traditional antipasti, primi and secondi.
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  33. unbusinesslike
    • 2007 September 12, Sarah Lyall, “Anita Roddick, Body Shop Founder, Dies at 64”, New York Times:
      Ms. Roddick, who rejected conventional marketing, was so recognizable with her wild hair, wild public pronouncements and unbusinesslike demeanor that she was probably her own best advertisement.
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  34. undertreated
    • 2007 September 12, Andrew Pollack, “F.D.A. Advisory Panel Opposes Curb on Anemia Drugs”, New York Times:
      Some panel members seemed swayed by testimony from Amgen and from some outside kidney specialists and patient representatives that setting too strict an upper limit would mean that many patients would be undertreated, leaving them with debilitating anemia or needing risky and inconvenient blood transfusions.
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  35. vinifera *
    • 2007 September 12, David Karp, “New Grapes Abound With Old World Flavor”, New York Times:
      For over a century, breeders tried to use vinifera to minimize Concord-type flavors and devise neutral, supermarket-grade grapes, growable in the East.
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  36. viniferas
    • 2007 September 12, David Karp, “New Grapes Abound With Old World Flavor”, New York Times:
      David W. Cain of International Fruit Genetics, in Delano, Calif., is using selections from Mr. Clark to breed hybrids with fruity flavors of Eastern grapes — Vitis labrusca — and large, crisp, thin-skinned fruit of California-bred viniferas.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. pareve
  2. shigella proper noun at Shigella
    • 2007 September 12, Jeffrey Gettleman, “Ebola Outbreak Confirmed in Congo”, New York Times:
      He now thinks that the early stages of the Ebola outbreak may have been masked by more common germs like shigella, a waterborne bacterium that causes severe dysentery.
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