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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-24 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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73711 tokens ‧ 54133 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7558 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.357%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-24[edit]

  1. clunkiness
    • 2007 September 24, Gia Kourlas, “Parting Curtains of Time to Glimpse Isadora”, New York Times:
      Ms. Liss’s costume changes — she wore a variety of loosely draped dresses in Duncan’s favored Grecian style — left the audience sitting in silent darkness and were mystifying in their theatrical clunkiness.
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  2. crayonlike
  3. crematoriums
    • 2007 September 24, Roger Cohen, “Down Time From Murder”, New York Times:
      So now we know where Eva from Mannheim and Angela from Dortmund and Irmgard from Dresden ended up during the war years — jiving in pleated skirts to the strains of an accordion, or gorging themselves on blueberries, or lounging on deck chairs in the shadow of the Auschwitz-Birkenau crematoriums.
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  4. falsecard
    • 2007 September 24, Phillip Alder, “Sometimes, the Deuce Isn’t So Lowly”, New York Times:
      Declarer, thinking that East’s nine on the previous trick was a falsecard, called for dummy’s ten.
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  5. folkiness
    • 2007 September 24, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      “Wolves (Song of the Shepherd’s Dog)” trades folkiness for something like funk, hinting at War and Talking Heads.
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  6. greenway
    • 2007 September 24, Cara Buckley, “Chinatown Residents Frustrated Over Street Closed Since 9/11”, New York Times:
      The department also plans to redesign its guard booths and security barriers to make them more attractive, Mr. Browne said, and is involved in efforts to convert two lanes of Park Row into a pedestrian greenway.
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  7. hydrochlorofluorocarbons
    • 2007 September 24, Steven Lee Myers, “Bush to Skip U.N. Talks on Global Warming”, New York Times:
      That protocol was amended Friday, with American support, to speed up the phasing out of hydrochlorofluorocarbons used in home appliances, refrigeration equipment and air conditioners.
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  8. maturational
    • 2007 September 24, “Age, Biology and Risky Behavior”, New York Times:
      Thousands of chronological adults remain in adolescence, while the adolescents themselves are not mentored to cross that maturational threshold.
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  9. megadebut
  10. microstamping
    • 2007 September 24, “An Opportunity for Mr. Schwarzenegger”, New York Times:
      The measure would make California the first state to require that all new semiautomatic weapons be equipped with technology known as microstamping, which imprints microscopic markings as a gun fires.
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  11. midsentence
  12. multigrain
    • 2007 September 24, Ginia Bellafante, “Time Travel as a Flirtation Technique”, New York Times:
      A husband dashing through Grand Central Terminal having purchased a loaf of sourdough in a pernicious white-flour version rather than the requisite fibrous multigrain.
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  13. nerdification
    • 2007 September 24, Alessandra Stanley, “Nerds After Our Hearts, and Maybe Even Our Respect”, New York Times:
      They prove just how far the nerdification of America has come: Mr. Apatow’s beau ideal is the chubby and socially graceless character played by Seth Rogen .
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  14. noninterfering
    • 2007 September 24, Ginia Bellafante, “Time Travel as a Flirtation Technique”, New York Times:
      “Mad Men” presents the fantasy that you can operate your marital and sexual life out of separate and noninterfering spheres.
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  15. postveto
  16. prefectural
  17. relicensing
    • 2007 September 24, Matthew L. Wald, “Indian Point Faces New Challenge From Opponents”, New York Times:
      “You don’t start from scratch,” said a spokesman for the commission, Neil Sheehan, on Friday, describing the decision to consider relicensing the plant now without making it comply with rules approved after its completion.
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  18. semiconsciousness
  19. unblinkered

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