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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-19 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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90992 tokens ‧ 66925 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8517 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.258%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-19[edit]

  1. antitax
    • 2007 September 19, Jeff Zeleny, “Obama Proposes Tax Cuts for Middle Class and Elderly”, New York Times:
      “Barack Obama essentially announced his intention to reverse the economic success of the past couple of years by eliminating the most pro-growth aspects of the 2003 tax cuts,” said Pat Toomey, president of the Club for Growth, the conservative, antitax advocacy group.
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  2. bandito *
    • 2007 September 19, Douglas Martin, “Gene Savoy, Flamboyant Explorer of Ruins, Dies at 80”, New York Times:
      Gene Savoy, an amateur archaeologist whose success in finding some 40 Incan and pre-Incan ruins in Peru was matched by a flair for self-promotion that drew on his tales of peril in the jungle, his bandito mustache and Stetson hat, and a retinue of would-be explorers who paid to accompany him, died on Sept. 11 at his home in Reno, Nev. He was 80.
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  3. broccolini
    • 2007 September 19, Stephanie Russell, “What’s on Tonight”, New York Times:
      10 P.M. (Bravo) TOP CHEF C. J. is gone after he served what Tom Colicchio called the worst dish in the three seasons of the show, an admittedly gross-looking broccolini.
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  4. componentization
  5. crematoriums
  6. loonily
    • 2007 September 19, Mike Hale, “Before Gentrification Was Cool, It Was a Movie”, New York Times:
      Matching the tenor of the times, the humor of “The Landlord” isn’t always subtle, particularly with regard to Elgar’s family — his loonily conservative father (Walter Brooke), his well-meaning but fundamentally racist mother (a hilarious Lee Grant , who was nominated for a best-supporting-actress Oscar) and his liberal-when-stoned sister (Susan Anspach ).
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  7. multistoried
    • 2007 September 19, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      FIAMMA This multistoried jewel in the crown of Stephen Hanson’s B. R. Guest group has undergone some cosmetic sprucing up by Jeffrey Beers, the original architect.
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  8. oversaturating
    • 2007 September 19, Ben Sisario, “Making a Career After a Monster Hit”, New York Times:
      “When you have a really big song and you want to see some legs on a record,” she said, “you don’t start putting that song in commercials and on TV shows and keep oversaturating it.
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  9. ponytailed
    • 2007 September 19, Andy Newman, “A Lurid Tale From 1857 Is Revived in Granite”, New York Times:
      “It’s not a question of honoring them,” Mr. Feldman, a thin, ponytailed man with the bearing of a merry undertaker, said after the graveside service, news of which was published yesterday by AM New York.
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  10. preliberation
    • 2007 September 19, Neil A. Lewis, “In the Shadow of Horror, SS Guardians Frolic”, New York Times:
      The photos provide a stunning counterpoint to what up until now has been the only major source of preliberation Auschwitz photos, the so-called Auschwitz Album, a compilation of pictures taken by SS photographers in the spring of 1944 and discovered by a survivor in another camp.
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  11. railside
    • 2007 September 19, Neil A. Lewis, “In the Shadow of Horror, SS Guardians Frolic”, New York Times:
      The Auschwitz Album, owned by Yad Vashem, the Israeli Holocaust museum, depicts the railside selection process at Birkenau, the area where trains arrived at the camp, as SS men herded new prisoners into lines.
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  12. relicensing
  13. scraggily
    • 2007 September 19, Alessandra Stanley, “Reading, Writing and Raunch: Mean Girls Rule Prep School”, New York Times:
      In the novels Rufus is a minor figure, a scraggily failed poet with bad hygiene; here he is played by Matthew Settle as a former rock musician with romantic problems of his own, including a history with Serena’s snobby mother.
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  14. shortbreads
    • 2007 September 19, Melissa Clark, “Plums, Enveloped in a Silken Cloud”, New York Times:
      The only thing missing, I thought as I licked the sabayon bowl after the party, were shortbreads on the side.
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  15. tomalley
    • 2007 September 19, “Recipe: Aioli”, New York Times:
      If serving boiled crab or lobster, add a little tomalley, the soft yellow or green matter inside the shell.
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  16. triclosan
    • 2007 September 19, Bloomberg News, “F.D.A. Warns Procter on Hand Sanitizer Advertising”, New York Times:
      While the active ingredient in the Vicks product, triclosan, is covered under F.D.A. regulations for certain antiseptic uses, that does not include P.& G.’s directions that users should leave the sanitizer on their hands, without rinsing with water, according to the letter.
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  17. unmatchable
    • 2007 September 19, Harvey Araton, “Teaching the Importance of Staying Centered”, New York Times:
      Ready to hold them to unmatchable standards — as in the case of the injured and absent Greg Oden, already anointed as the next Russell — or to modes of idealized behavior existing mainly in sanitized versions of bygone eras that were televised in black and white but are seldom remembered in shades of gray.
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  18. weatherwoman
    • 2007 September 19, Alessandra Stanley, “Stay Tuned: Killer Bees, Hair Gel and Clashing Egos”, New York Times:
      There’s Montana (Ayda Field), the sexy, slutty weatherwoman, and Marsh (Fred Willard ), the aging, politically incorrect sports commentator in loud plaid jackets.
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