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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-25 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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88903 tokens ‧ 65674 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8400 types ‧ 19 (~ 0.226%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-25[edit]

  1. antiracism
    • 2007 September 25, Felicia R. Lee, “Return to a Showdown at Little Rock”, New York Times:
      “The black kids in this documentary believe in their intellectual inferiority and the white kids believe in their intellectual superiority,” she continued, calling this a pattern of internalized stereotypes that she sees as she talks to groups across the country. Ms. Trickey gives lectures on her experience at Central and conducts antiracism and nonviolence training.
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  2. balladeering
  3. billboardlike
    • 2007 September 25, Eric Pfanner, “The View From Your Airplane Window Was Brought to You by ...”, New York Times:
      A start-up called Ad-Air, based here, said Monday that it had created what it called the “first global aerial advertising network” — giant, billboardlike ads that will be visible from the air as planes approach runways.
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  4. crossbreeding
    • 2007 September 25, Alessandra Stanley, “Slacker Finds His Calling, and It’s a Devil of a Job”, New York Times:
      “Reaper” is a hybrid of the movie “Clerks” and NBC’s hit series “Heroes,” and, like “Chuck” on NBC, it defies all the cautionary rules against crossbreeding.
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  5. danciness
  6. decabillionaire
  7. machinelike
    • 2007 September 25, Randy Kennedy, “When the Space Age Blasted Off, Pop Culture Followed”, New York Times:
      Their spirit has in turn inspired and animated many contemporary high-tech architects like Rem Koolhaas , Zaha Hadid and Renzo Piano , whose tubular, machinelike Pompidou Center, built with Richard Rogers , seems to evoke the space race in very specific ways.
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  8. midsession
    • 2007 September 25, The Associated Press, “A Pullback After a Global Credit Warning”, New York Times:
      With little fresh data to go on, investor enthusiasm weakened by midsession and sectors from banks to home builders showed declines, while technology stocks fared better.
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  9. nonbillionaire
    • 2007 September 25, John Tierney, “Wanted: Billionaire Risk-Takers Seeking Eternal Renown”, New York Times:
      (If you’d like to see some preliminary market research on the lottery, check out tierneylab.blogs.nytimes.com , where I’m asking nonbillionaire readers how much they would spend on tickets.)
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  10. nonmanagerial
    • 2007 September 25, Steven Greenhouse, “Suit Claims Restaurant Looked Past Harassment”, New York Times:
      The E.E.O.C. said other managers, as well as nonmanagerial employees, had also engaged in harassment on the basis of sex, race and national origin.
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  11. passacaille
    • 2007 September 25, Alastair Macaulay, “Give-and-Take in a Dialogue With the Baroque”, New York Times:
      This Venus (wearing heeled shoes) arises from the coral, unfolds and stretches, does a great deal of preening, dons a quasi-Baroque dress and then, as if doodling, dashes off bits of passacaille, responds to (taped) applause, is dismayed to find that she is receiving boos ... and so forth.
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  12. preclassic
    • 2007 September 25, Alastair Macaulay, “Give-and-Take in a Dialogue With the Baroque”, New York Times:
      The impression given here and in most of the program is not that the New York Baroque dancers mean to show what fertile terrain Baroque dance can be for modern invention (as the modern-dance guru Louis Horst tried for decades, with his study of preclassic dance forms), but something unfortunately opposite.
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  13. septics
  14. spacefarers
  15. uncanceled
  16. unenumerated
    • 2007 September 25, Michiko Kakutani, “The Case That the President’s Reach Exceeds His Grasp”, New York Times:
      A Sept. 25, 2001, memo written by Mr. Yoo asserted that “the president’s powers include inherent executive powers that are unenumerated in the Constitution,” including a right to use military force as he sees fit, regardless of the views of Congress.
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  17. unimplicated
    • 2007 September 25, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      Detached from the more faintly registered backgrounds, unimplicated in the receding perspectives of Pabst’s compositions, these are simply actors standing in front of a set.
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