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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-09-29 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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89862 tokens ‧ 66412 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8114 types ‧ 33 (~ 0.407%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-09-29[edit]

  1. antiracketeering
  2. azarcon
    • 2007 September 29, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “In a Contaminated World, Play Isn’t the Only Hazard”, New York Times:
      Folk remedies for upset stomach, including azarcon and greta among Hispanics, ba-baw-san among Chinese or ghasard among Indians, may contain large amounts of lead.
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  3. bateyes
    • 2007 September 29, Marc Lacey, “A Rights Advocate’s Work Divides Dominicans”, New York Times:
      At the age of 13, she organized a protest by sugar-cane workers in one of the Dominican slums — known as bateyes — where she grew up seeing Haitian workers oppressed by their Dominican bosses.
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  4. campuswide
    • 2007 September 29, Elias E. Lopez, “Judge Orders Psychiatric Test for Suspect in St. John’s Gun Case”, New York Times:
      The judge, Deborah Stevens Modica of Queens Criminal Court, gave the order during an arraignment conducted via a closed-circuit video link between the courtroom in Kew Gardens and Bellevue Hospital Center in Manhattan, where Mr. Hiraman has been confined since Wednesday. Mr. Hiraman, 22, was arrested that afternoon as he strode across campus wearing a mask and carrying a .50-caliber rifle loaded with a single round, according to the police, prompting a three-hour campuswide lockdown.
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  5. dapped
  6. disaffectedness
    • 2007 September 29, Claudia La Rocco, “When Ballet and Music Are Awkward Partners”, New York Times:
      The dancers Rebecca Jefferson, Gino Grenek, Matthew Prescott and Ms. Miller pushed and pulled against one another and the music, with strangely postured disaffectedness, positioning Seth Tillett’s sculptured cardboard chairs like chess players jockeying for position.
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  7. factuality
    • 2007 September 29, Jim Dwyer, “Tales of Love and Terror, With Very Few Facts”, New York Times:
      Like Lillian Hellman before her, Ms. Head — whether her story turns out to have any links to factuality — had stepped forward to satisfy, at least temporarily, the hunger for redemption amid destruction.
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  8. flutelike
    • 2007 September 29, Ben Ratliff, “The Fast, the Furious and the Very Virtuosic”, New York Times:
      It included a keyboardist (Gary Husband), who played passages with flutelike or guitarlike sounds; a young bassist (Hadrien Feraud), who is inspired by Jaco Pastorius; and a drummer (Mark Mondesir), who hit hard on a big set, with a lot of cymbal crashes.
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  9. ghasard
    • 2007 September 29, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “In a Contaminated World, Play Isn’t the Only Hazard”, New York Times:
      Folk remedies for upset stomach, including azarcon and greta among Hispanics, ba-baw-san among Chinese or ghasard among Indians, may contain large amounts of lead.
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  10. goldens
  11. greta
    • 2007 September 29, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “In a Contaminated World, Play Isn’t the Only Hazard”, New York Times:
      Folk remedies for upset stomach, including azarcon and greta among Hispanics, ba-baw-san among Chinese or ghasard among Indians, may contain large amounts of lead.
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  12. guitarlike
    • 2007 September 29, Ben Ratliff, “The Fast, the Furious and the Very Virtuosic”, New York Times:
      It included a keyboardist (Gary Husband), who played passages with flutelike or guitarlike sounds; a young bassist (Hadrien Feraud), who is inspired by Jaco Pastorius; and a drummer (Mark Mondesir), who hit hard on a big set, with a lot of cymbal crashes.
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  13. handcycles
    • 2007 September 29, Frank Litsky, “Manhattan Avenue Is Next Test for Webb”, New York Times:
      The series of 16 races, which will be run from 80th Street to 60th, begins with wheelchairs and handcycles at 9 a.m.
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  14. lowlight
    • 2007 September 29, Pete Thamel, “A Mentor to Quarterbacks Applies a Deft Touch at Oregon”, New York Times:
      Santos led New Hampshire to an upset of Rutgers in his first career start as a redshirt freshman in 2004, tossing five touchdown passes in what is generally considered the lowlight of the Greg Schiano era.
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  15. midpriced
  16. mihaidis
  17. multisuperhero
    • 2007 September 29, Michael Cieply, “Movie Writers Eye Early Walkout”, New York Times:
      Only this month Warner Brothers began a last-minute push to prepare its “Justice League of America,” a multisuperhero extravaganza to be directed by George Miller (“Happy Feet,” “Mad Max” ) early next year — if the studio can get a viable script together, never mind a complicated cast.
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  18. multisymptom
    • 2007 September 29, Gardiner Harris, “Ban Sought on Cold Medicine for Very Young”, New York Times:
      WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 — Safety experts for the Food and Drug Administration urged the agency on Friday to consider an outright ban on over-the-counter, multisymptom cough and cold medicines for children under 6.
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  19. neoantergan
    • 2007 September 29, Dennis Hevesi, “George Rieveschl, 91, Allergy Reliever, Dies”, New York Times:
      A Swiss-born Italian pharmacologist, Daniel Bovet, had previously created a compound called neoantergan and, in 1957, received a Nobel Prize for his pioneering work.
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  20. nonsocialist
    • 2007 September 29, Tom Redburn, “It’s All a Grand Capitalist Conspiracy”, New York Times:
      What she is most blind to is the necessary role of entrepreneurial capitalism in overcoming the inherent tendency of any established social system to lapse into stagnation, as all too many socialist countries — and some nonsocialist ones, too — have shown.
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  21. outgained
    • 2007 September 29, Ray Glier, “Marquee Victory for Defensive Bulls”, New York Times:
      They lost the time of possession statistic by a significant margin — 34 minutes 38 seconds to 25 minutes 22 seconds — and were outgained, 437 to 274.
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  22. preassociations
  23. preforeclosures
    • 2007 September 29, Hillary Chura, “The Foreclosure Pickings Are Plentiful but Not Easy”, New York Times:
      In the first eight months of this year, 731,244 preforeclosures were filed nationwide, at a monthly rate double that of a year earlier, according to the president of Foreclosures.com, Alexis McGee.
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  24. relocking
    • 2007 September 29, Katie Hafner, “Altered iPhones Freeze Up”, New York Times:
      Still, he said, that disabling someone’s phone, “instead of just relocking it and to wipe out the apps, it seems like Apple is going way too far; I’d call it uncharacteristically evil.”
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  25. runup
    • 2007 September 29, Holly Brubach, “Where Everybody Knows Your Team”, New York Times:
      Like so many other unofficial Manhattan landmarks, Buster’s Garage has since been razed to make way for condominiums, but in the runup to Pittsburgh’s Super Bowl XL victory, it served as game-time headquarters for New York City Steeler fans who turned out in astonishing numbers, waving their Terrible Towels.
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  26. semifrozen
    • 2007 September 29, Katie Hafner, “Altered iPhones Freeze Up”, New York Times:
      After the upgrade, the phone went into a semifrozen state.
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  27. supercautious
    • 2007 September 29, “See No Evil, Speak No Truth”, New York Times:
      We are heartened that the normally supercautious Association of Southeast Asian Nations, whose members are Myanmar’s immediate neighbors, expressed revulsion with the junta’s crackdown.
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  28. trodding
    • 2007 September 29, Neil Genzlinger, “Imaginative Detours Along a Familiar Path to Dad”, New York Times:
      Taylor Mac is probably not often accused of trodding well-worn territory, but that’s what he’s doing in “The Young Ladies Of,” his new solo play at the Here Arts Center. Mr. Mac, though, attacks the familiar with such brash originality that the show dazzles nonetheless, at least most of the way.
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  29. videojournalist

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