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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-15 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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69938 tokens ‧ 51453 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7052 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.34%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-15[edit]

  1. chameleonlike
    • 2007 September 15, Stephen Holden, “A Good-Time Singer Who Isn’t Afraid of the Blues”, New York Times:
      But it is the musical chemistry between Ms. Maye and Mr. Stritch, a chameleonlike keyboard virtuoso and arranger who can adopt almost any style, that defines the show.
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  2. cogenerate
  3. countercharges
    • 2007 September 15, Jonathan P. Hicks, “Democrats Clash in Brooklyn as Surrogate Judge Race Heats Up”, New York Times:
      While the charges and countercharges are an indication of the heat of the campaign, both candidates stress similar themes, like the need to make the Surrogate Court more accessible to the public.
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  4. discretionaries
    • 2007 September 15, Conrad De Aenlle, “What to Own if Economy Turns Sour”, New York Times:
      That way is to shed shares of companies whose products and services people are most able to do without or delay purchasing, known as consumer discretionaries.
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  5. everywoman
    • 2007 September 15, Mike Hale, “A Voyage From Head to Toe (Strong Stomachs Needed)”, New York Times:
      “Inside the Living Body” spends its two hours tracing the life of a nameless, personality-free everywoman, played by a series of increasingly older performers, from birth to near death, using cameras, scans and animation to show us what would be going on inside her body at various ages.
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  6. fourball
    • 2007 September 15, The Associated Press, “U.S. Leads at Solheim Cup”, New York Times:
      Playing in the final fourball match of the day, Davies hit a tee shot on the par-3 16th that ended up in the bushes and bramble behind a creek.
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  7. handprinted
    • 2007 September 15, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      8 P.M. (Sundance) UNFOLDING FLORENCE: THE MANY LIVES OF FLORENCE BROADHURST (2006) Gillian Armstrong (“Oscar and Lucinda”) examines the mysterious life of Broadhurst, a flamboyant Australian designer known for her handprinted wallcoverings — and her endless reinvention of herself.
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  8. ileocaecal
    • 2007 September 15, Mike Hale, “A Voyage From Head to Toe (Strong Stomachs Needed)”, New York Times:
      The images of food plopping into the stomach, passing through the pyloric sphincter into the small intestine and then squirting through the ileocaecal valve are eerie and astounding; they may not be for everyone, but if you want reality, it doesn’t get any more real than this.
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  9. insurances
  10. microturbine
    • 2007 September 15, Anthony Depalma, “Building Codes Lag Behind Mayor’s Vision”, New York Times:
      Mr. Birnbaum decided to install a microturbine because his company was growing and he needed more telecommunications equipment, which would generate more heat.
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  11. microturbines
    • 2007 September 15, Anthony Depalma, “Building Codes Lag Behind Mayor’s Vision”, New York Times:
      Kate Lindquist, press secretary for the New York City Department of Buildings, said final approvals on the unit have been delayed because the city has to update its building regulations, which do not cover new technology like microturbines.
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  12. minihistory
    • 2007 September 15, Martha Schwendener, “Bringing Out the Leading Lights in a Watercolor Show”, New York Times:
      With 80 works ranging from folksy illustrations to precisionist Dutch-inspired landscapes and loose 20th-century abstractions, it offers a minihistory of American painting but also challenges tired notions about watercolor as an amateur’s medium.
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  13. nondancers
    • 2007 September 15, Roslyn Sulcas, “Using Stillness to Stretch Choreography’s Meaning”, New York Times:
      Although the body is the primary medium, and the work is scrupulously choreographed to the last, puzzling moments, it could almost certainly be performed by nondancers.
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  14. overfished
    • 2007 September 15, “Fluke on the Brink”, New York Times:
      The revised law gives scientists a much greater say in establishing firm catch limits to ensure that overfished species recover within a finite period, generally 10 years.
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  15. phonily
    • 2007 September 15, Alastair Macaulay, “A Past That Is Forever Reinvented”, New York Times:
      Then, in the final “Ritual to the Sun,” all the dancers, in pale-gold body tights by Halston, do a showy version of a Graham technique class that, for all its physical challenge, appeared the least sincere thing in the repertory: phonily exaggerated in tone when seeming to look either inward or outward.
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  16. playwrighting
    • 2007 September 15, Georgina Gustin, “A Town’s Darkest Day Is Playing Out on Stage”, New York Times:
      A year-and-a-half after the flood a group of Princeton University students arrived in Valmeyer to interview residents for a playwrighting project they figured would be ripe with drama.
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  17. prefectural
    • 2007 September 15, Norimitsu Onishi, “Party Chiefs in Japan Favor Veteran”, New York Times:
      But Mr. Fukuda appeared to have enough support to win a majority of the 528 votes in the election, with 387 party lawmakers each holding one vote, and prefectural chapters holding 141 votes.
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  18. resentenced
    • 2007 September 15, Brenda Goodman, “Prosecutor Who Opposed a Death Sentence Is Rebuked”, New York Times:
      Judge J. Michael Joiner of Shelby County Circuit Court ruled on Sept. 5 that Mr. Gamble should be resentenced and that the death penalty was not an option.
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  19. sirenlike
  20. troilite
    • 2007 September 15, James Barron, “Need Cash? Just Auction Off a Meteorite”, New York Times:
      He said that troilite was pretty much what Mr. Pitt said it was: “a common mineral found in meteorites.”
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  21. undertaxed
    • 2007 September 15, Elisabeth Malkin, “Mexico Enacts a Tax-Overhaul Bill”, New York Times:
      “Mexico is an undertaxed country, not an overtaxed country,” said Damian Fraser, the head of Latin America research at UBS Securities in Mexico City.
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  22. wallcoverings
    • 2007 September 15, Kathryn Shattuck, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      8 P.M. (Sundance) UNFOLDING FLORENCE: THE MANY LIVES OF FLORENCE BROADHURST (2006) Gillian Armstrong (“Oscar and Lucinda”) examines the mysterious life of Broadhurst, a flamboyant Australian designer known for her handprinted wallcoverings — and her endless reinvention of herself.
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