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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-21 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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89653 tokens ‧ 66089 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8556 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.281%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-21[edit]

  1. avoidant
    • 2007 September 21, Christopher Lane, “Shy on Drugs”, New York Times:
      They should also remove shyness from the lists of symptoms of avoidant personality disorder and schizoid personality disorder.
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  2. butcherpaper
    • 2007 September 21, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      In the main room, three charcoal drawings claim inspiration from, but do not improve on, the novelist Cormac McCarthy’s description of “crumpled butcherpaper mountains.”
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  3. fireballing
  4. gridlike
  5. incent
  6. kas *
    • 2007 September 21, Holland Cotter, “Other Dutch Masterworks in New York”, New York Times:
      The house holds several important European-made and Dutch-inspired items, including an immense ebony and rosewood kas, or wardrobe, probably produced in the Netherlands in the 17th century, and other furniture and ceramics.
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  7. minimuseum
  8. modulars
    • 2007 September 21, Amy Gunderson, “Before Buying a Prefab”, New York Times:
      It includes everything from modulars that arrive in just a few sections — complete with attached walls, flooring and even finishes — to what are called panelized homes, which are delivered in smaller pieces.
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  9. monumentality
    • 2007 September 21, Carol Vogel, “The Modern’s Atrium Gets a Makeover”, New York Times:
      Although it’s no bigger than a piece of paper, it has monumentality and delicacy all at the same time.”
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  10. overprescribe
    • 2007 September 21, Christopher Lane, “Shy on Drugs”, New York Times:
      You might think the specter of children on suicide watch from taking remedies for shyness would end any impulse to overprescribe them.
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  11. panelized
    • 2007 September 21, Amy Gunderson, “Before Buying a Prefab”, New York Times:
      It includes everything from modulars that arrive in just a few sections — complete with attached walls, flooring and even finishes — to what are called panelized homes, which are delivered in smaller pieces.
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  12. puppetlike
    • 2007 September 21, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Made of materials scavenged from city streets, it is a smaller-than-lifesize shantytown with puppetlike inhabitants that owe as much to Jim Henson as to Mike Kelley.
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  13. ribbonlike
    • 2007 September 21, Roberta Smith, “A Collector’s Keen Eye for Modernists”, New York Times:
      Its shuffling planes of white — defined by whiplashing, curving or arabesque lines of black — are clearly in competition with Pollock’s drip technique, but the painting also reaches back to de Kooning’s Cubist roots and forward to his slouchy paintings of women, and even the broad cursive ribbonlike strokes of his late works.
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  14. safelike
    • 2007 September 21, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      It is on loan for four months from its Swedish owners and on display in a specially designed safelike room in central Prague where visitors are limited to 10 at a time and permitted only a few minutes of viewing time.
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  15. scrappiness
    • 2007 September 21, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      Still, Mr. Pylypchuk has fashioned an intricate crazy quilt from little more than old socks and flannels, picking through the ruins of a troubled American city while paying tribute to the scrappiness of its residents.
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  16. stormwater
    • 2007 September 21, William Neuman, “After Flooding, M.T.A. Plans Subway Fixes”, New York Times:
      The authority said it was also establishing an emergency response center, planning to install new valves in drain pipes to keep out stormwater and developing a system of customized e-mail and text message alerts for each subway line so riders would know about problems.
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  17. surimono
    • 2007 September 21, Wendy Moonan, “Optimistic Dealer Decides to Gamble on Japanese Art”, New York Times:
      She has also been the curator of several museum exhibitions on Japanese art, including one in 1995 at the Phoenix Art Museum showing Frank Lloyd Wright ’s collection of surimono, privately published woodblock prints.
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  18. telecourse
    • 2007 September 21, Alessandra Stanley, “What So Proudly We Hailed”, New York Times:
      And now comes a beautifully made telecourse on wartime America under the definitive title “The War.”
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  19. tuttis
    • 2007 September 21, Bernard Holland, “Beethoven, Brash but Contained”, New York Times:
      Big tuttis, impeccable horn solos and wind ensemble playing were splendidly realized, but I found them oddly lifeless.
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  20. underrehearsed

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  1. grrl
    • 2007 September 21, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      I’m interested in street art, riot grrl and D.I.Y. aesthetics.”
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