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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-26 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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102967 tokens ‧ 76244 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8847 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.35%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-26[edit]

  1. acai
    • 2007 September 26, Laura Novak, “To Eat and Drink What No One Has Tried Before”, New York Times:
      Each recipe illustrated what Mattson views as the next big craving or a coming retail concept: blueberries are out, and acai fruit (pronounced ah-sigh-EE) is in as a superfood; and specifying provenance, not only on restaurant menus but also on packaged products, is gaining momentum.
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  2. antitesting
  3. coatdress
  4. curbsides
    • 2007 September 26, Ray Rivera, “City Council Increases Fines for Theft of Recyclable Trash”, New York Times:
      The City Council unanimously passed a bill yesterday that would sharply increase fines for people who steal recyclable material from curbsides — to $2,000 from $100 for a first offense, and $5,000 for each subsequent offense within a year.
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  5. fruitbat
    • 2007 September 26, Maureen Dowd, “‘Fruitbat’ at Bat”, New York Times:
      Consider this reasoned analysis from Greg Gutfeld of Fox News: “So the foul-smelling fruitbat Ahmadinejad spoke at that crack house known as Columbia University today.”
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  6. greenways
  7. grenache
    • 2007 September 26, Florence Fabricant, “Calendar”, New York Times:
      A five-course pork dinner paired with grenache wines from several countries will be held on Monday at 7 p.m. at Telepan, 72 West 69th Street.
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  8. impermissibly
    • 2007 September 26, Linda Greenhouse, “Justices Agree to Hear Case About Voter ID Laws”, New York Times:
      The laws have been resisted and challenged by Democrats who argue that they exaggerate the dangers and incidence of voter fraud while impermissibly sacrificing voter access.
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  9. mintlike
    • 2007 September 26, Florence Fabricant, “A Chef to Watch Finds a New York Niche”, New York Times:
      And though he has not started shaving white truffles over his food as yet because the season is just beginning, Mr. Trabocchi is indulging in more than a few high-end ingredients, including sea urchin, Kobe beef and nepitella, a wild Italian mintlike herb that he uses in savories and a dessert.
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  10. multihomer
  11. nepitella
    • 2007 September 26, Florence Fabricant, “A Chef to Watch Finds a New York Niche”, New York Times:
      And though he has not started shaving white truffles over his food as yet because the season is just beginning, Mr. Trabocchi is indulging in more than a few high-end ingredients, including sea urchin, Kobe beef and nepitella, a wild Italian mintlike herb that he uses in savories and a dessert.
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  12. nonconfidential
  13. nonconsensual
    • 2007 September 26, Kirk Johnson, “Sect Leader Is Convicted as an Accomplice to Rape”, New York Times:
      Prosecutors said Mr. Jeffs, the leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a Mormon sect with an estimated 10,000 members, knew that the marriage would lead to nonconsensual sex.
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  14. nonleague
    • 2007 September 26, Jack Bell, “Roma Faced With Big Games and Injuries”, New York Times:
      If a light nonleague schedule meant a fresher group of players for the playoffs, then the Red Bulls, Kansas City, Chivas USA and Chicago would all be in great shape.
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  15. overallocation
    • 2007 September 26, James Kanter, “Banks Urging U.S. to Adopt the Trading of Emissions”, New York Times:
      Even though analysts say the European overallocation problem has largely been corrected, the banks are pushing for the European Union to auction permits to ensure that they are scarcer and costlier.
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  16. overregulated
  17. psychographic
  18. savories
    • 2007 September 26, Florence Fabricant, “A Chef to Watch Finds a New York Niche”, New York Times:
      And though he has not started shaving white truffles over his food as yet because the season is just beginning, Mr. Trabocchi is indulging in more than a few high-end ingredients, including sea urchin, Kobe beef and nepitella, a wild Italian mintlike herb that he uses in savories and a dessert.
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  19. shiraz
    • 2007 September 26, Eric Asimov, “A Hiccup in Screw Tops’ Acceptance”, New York Times:
      With that, he applied his corkscrew to a bottle of 2004 Grant Burge Filsell, an intense, polished Barossa Valley shiraz that sells for about $35.
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  20. spaetzle
  21. stonefruits
    • 2007 September 26, Eric Asimov, “In Portland, a Golden Age of Dining and Drinking”, New York Times:
      Not far away is the Hood River Valley, with its myriad fruit growers who supply glistening, fragile berries and stonefruits of every stripe and color.
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  22. superhigh
  23. superspeed
    • 2007 September 26, Alessandra Stanley, “New Series: Women Test Mettle, and Metal”, New York Times:
      “Bionic Woman” is dark, not polyester bright, but it isn’t much better than the original at depicting running at superspeed.
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  24. tambura
    • 2007 September 26, Vivien Schweitzer, “Playing Accordion for Fun, but Piano for Macedonia”, New York Times:
      No one else in his family had formal musical training, but his mother, a pharmacist, , sings, and his father, a judge, played the tambura, a traditional string instrument.
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  25. thiopental
    • 2007 September 26, Linda Greenhouse, “Justices to Enter the Debate Over Lethal Injection”, New York Times:
      The three chemicals used for lethal injections are sodium thiopental, which renders a person unconscious; followed by Pavulon, which paralyzes the muscles, including those that control breathing; followed by potassium chloride, which causes cardiac arrest.
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  26. torreznos
    • 2007 September 26, The New York Times, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      EL QUINTO PINO Going deep into Spain for inspiration, Heather Belz, Mani Dawes and Alexandra Raij, the owners of Tía Pol, opened this tiny tapas bar on Monday, with plates of torreznos (Spanish cracklings), uni panini (sea urchin sandwich) and Spanish wines and cocktails: 401 West 24th Street, (212) 206-6900.
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  27. ukuleleist
  28. underenforcement
    • 2007 September 26, Linda Greenhouse, “Justices Agree to Hear Case About Voter ID Laws”, New York Times:
      Judge Posner, on the other hand, said that “the absence of prosecutions is explained by the endemic underenforcement of minor criminal laws” and by the difficulty of catching voter impersonators.
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  29. unhip
    • 2007 September 26, Dee Gill, “Selling Slow Boats to a Faster Crowd”, New York Times:
      With an old-fashioned canvas canopy and a top speed of about eight miles per hour, it is a notoriously unhip craft, holding little appeal among the younger sail-and-power crowd that has made recreational boating an $11 billion-a-year industry.
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  30. vibratified

Sequestered[edit]

  1. veltliner