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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-27 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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94525 tokens ‧ 69866 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8605 types ‧ 32 (~ 0.372%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-27[edit]

  1. adventuresomely
  2. apitherapy
    • 2007 September 27, “Getting Started”, New York Times:
      Beesource.com has an extensive list of associations; a bee news blog and active forums on topics from apitherapy and natural beekeeping to product reviews and classifieds.
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  3. baitfish
  4. callups
    • 2007 September 27, The Associated Press, “Cubs Lose and Give Brewers Opening”, New York Times:
      Josh Fogg (10-9) allowed five hits over six and two-thirds innings against a lineup that included five September callups, leading the Colorado Rockies to their franchise-record 10th straight victory, 2-0, against the host Los Angeles Dodgers last night.
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  5. canoers
  6. clenbuterol
    • 2007 September 27, Guy Trebay, “Still Too Thin, and Getting Younger”, New York Times:
      An article on Sept. 27 about fashion models younger than 16 referred incorrectly to clenbuterol, a drug that can reduce body fat.
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  7. countercases
    • 2007 September 27, Bloomberg News, “W.T.O. Hears European Complaint of U.S. Aid to Boeing”, New York Times:
      The European Union and the United States filed countercases in September 2004 over aid to Airbus and Boeing, the only two makers of large commercial aircraft in a $150 billion market.
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  8. decertified
    • 2007 September 27, Bob Driehaus, “Ohio to Test Vote Systems Before March”, New York Times:
      The Hart and Diebold systems decertified in California are used in Ohio, Ms. Brunner said, but she emphasized that with little time to correct problems before the March 5 primary, much of the study would focus on short-term corrections and safeguards.
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  9. engrossingly
    • 2007 September 27, Janet Maslin, “A Daughter on Her Father’s Bloodlines and Color Lines”, New York Times:
      And for all its prodigious research, “One Drop” deals more engrossingly with the stories of Ms. Broyard and her closest relatives than it does with the 18th-century origins of the Broyards in America.
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  10. extraconstitutional
  11. firsties
    • 2007 September 27, Gail Collins, “The Democratic Dark Side”, New York Times:
      At the urging of the Democratic chairs of the four firsties, they signed a pact promising not to campaign in any state that tries to break into the front of the line.
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  12. firstism
    • 2007 September 27, Gail Collins, “The Democratic Dark Side”, New York Times:
      Michigan Democrats, bent on undermining the tyranny of New Hampshire firstism, seem determined to march down the Florida path.
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  13. housewifey
    • 2007 September 27, Eric Wilson, “Everyone’s a Critic”, New York Times:
      Yes, you will see people like the dapper Tim Gunn , who parlayed a humdrum-ity academic career at Parsons the New School for Design into a breakout role on “Project Runway,” a show chock-full of acid-tongued gurus; and, new this month, “Tim Gunn’s Guide to Style,” where the model Veronica Webb — often dressed in a jarring juxtaposition of housewifey Isaac Mizrahi shirtdresses and severely parted dominatrix hairstyles — appears to take perverse pleasure in rooting through the underwear drawers of makeover subjects.
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  14. hunkish
    • 2007 September 27, Alastair Macaulay, “Striking the Pose: Rock Show as Movement”, New York Times:
      Then take the following ingredients for the latest youth-appeal recipe from “Revolution” at the Joyce Theater: a great deal of standard rock ’n’ roll (any kind will do); a fair helping of Irish step dancing (as in “Riverdance”); a sprinkling of American tap dancing; six hunkish, ready-for-action-looking guys of various degrees of dance skill and physical attractiveness (remember “Tap Dogs”?); and a seasoning of Jumpin’ Jack Flash concert behavior.
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  15. littlies
  16. nondrivers
    • 2007 September 27, The Associated Press, “Michigan: Breath Tests Blocked”, New York Times:
      The judge, David Lawson of Federal District Court in Detroit, ruled that it was unconstitutional to force nondrivers to submit to preliminary breath tests without warrants.
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  17. nonlactating
    • 2007 September 27, Elizabeth Olson, “In Reversal, Student Is Given Extra Exam Time to Pump Breast Milk”, New York Times:
      In overturning a ruling that denied Ms. Currier the additional 60 minutes of break time she requested, Judge Gary Katzmann said yesterday that she needed the extra time so she could be on “equal footing” with men and nonlactating women taking the test.
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  18. picketers
    • 2007 September 27, Nick Bunkley And Mary M. Chapman, “Off the Picket Line at G.M., Relieved but Wary”, New York Times:
      While hourly workers ponder the agreement, salaried workers at G.M., many of whom encountered picketers blocking plant entrances when they arrived for work on Monday and Tuesday, said they, too, were thankful the strike did not drag on, because there was no upside for them.
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  19. pipelike
    • 2007 September 27, Isabel Kershner, “Israelis Kill Up to 9 in Gaza”, New York Times:
      The Israeli Army said it had received two pipelike objects, which could have been used as launchers, from the Palestinians.
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  20. pouchettes
    • 2007 September 27, Guy Trebay, “Still Too Thin, and Getting Younger”, New York Times:
      Probably it would be more useful to send someone around and ask the mannequins to upend their Chanel pouchettes.
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  21. preperformance
  22. processers
  23. prosectors
    • 2007 September 27, Randal C. Archibold, “Mistrial Declared in Spector Murder Case”, New York Times:
      The prosectors failed to present forensic evidence that placed the gun in Mr. Spector’s hand and relied instead on a spray of blood on his clothes.
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  24. ragpickers
  25. reapproved
    • 2007 September 27, Bob Driehaus, “Ohio to Test Vote Systems Before March”, New York Times:
      The California secretary of state, Debra Bowen, decertified two touch-screen voting systems and an optical scan system on Aug. 5. Ms. Bowen reapproved their use under rigorous new conditions that included audits of final tallies.
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  26. sopranolike
    • 2007 September 27, Anne Midgette, “The Lovers of Verona, Swaggering and Soaring”, New York Times:
      And making her company debut with remarkable aplomb as Stéphano was Isabel Leonard, a young Juilliard graduate who sang with the assurance of one who feels completely at home on the stage, wielding an easy mezzo that went up from an amber-colored lower register to an impressive, sopranolike top.
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  27. unattributed
    • 2007 September 27, Micheline Maynard, “With U.A.W. Accord, G.M. Looks to a New Detroit”, New York Times:
      This unattributed assertion, unsupported by any evidence that personal health habits are influenced by the level of health care coverage, should not have been made.
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  28. unideologically
    • 2007 September 27, Vaclav Havel, “Our Moral Footprint”, New York Times:
      We must analyze everything open-mindedly, soberly, unideologically and unobsessively, and project our knowledge into practical policies.
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  29. unobsessively
    • 2007 September 27, Vaclav Havel, “Our Moral Footprint”, New York Times:
      We must analyze everything open-mindedly, soberly, unideologically and unobsessively, and project our knowledge into practical policies.
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