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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-01 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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79315 tokens ‧ 58139 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7941 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.365%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-10-01[edit]

  1. bleater
    • 2007 October 1, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Chris Carrabba, the strummer and (in the best sense of the word) bleater who records as Dashboard Confessional, remains one of emo’s biggest names.
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  2. cantiga
    • 2007 October 1, Allan Kozinn, “Juilliard’s New Semester Starts With New Music”, New York Times:
      The most immediately engaging work here was Roberto Sierra’s “Güell Concert” (2006). Mr. Sierra uses a medieval Spanish cantiga as the work’s motto, but leaps quickly into modern rhythmic and harmonic complexities.
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  3. dirtballs
  4. doorstopping
    • 2007 October 1, Janet Maslin, “Candor in the Corridors of Power”, New York Times:
      This arch, irresistibly revealing book manages to be both showstopping and doorstopping, what with its vast range of subject matter and unfettered private sniping. Mr. Schlesinger, who died on Feb. 28, appears to have spent almost five decades patiently squirreling away aphorisms, aperçus and other people’s back-channel conversations, confident that one day he would have a posthumous bombshell to his credit.
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  5. fugato
    • 2007 October 1, Anthony Tommasini, “A Baton Leads Baltimore Into a New Era”, New York Times:
      Some of the bustling fugato passages in the finale were a little scrambled, but the performance had infectious exuberance and, over all, the musicians played brilliantly.
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  6. mamey
  7. managese
  8. megaprimary
    • 2007 October 1, Marc Santora, “Campaign Swing Reveals Trouble Spots for Giuliani”, New York Times:
      These California Republicans are just the kind of voters Mr. Giuliani is hoping will propel him to the nomination through victories in the Feb. 5 megaprimary.
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  9. microcard
    • 2007 October 1, Matt Richtel, “At Starbucks, Songs of Instant Gratification”, New York Times:
      Visa, which takes a piece of the action of credit purchases and would love to see buying opportunities blossom, introduced a new microcard last week.
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  10. microschools
  11. multibrand
    • 2007 October 1, Bob Tedeschi, “When Beauty Is More Than a Click Deep”, New York Times:
      Ms. Hoffman, of the Sloan Center, said the multibrand retailing approach of Sephora is still viable, because in contrast to Gloss.com, Sephora has invested heavily in its own brand.
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  12. multiemployer
    • 2007 October 1, Steven Greenhouse, “Teamsters and U.P.S. Reach Deal on Pensions”, New York Times:
      The two sides sought to negotiate a deal before Jan. 1, when the federal government is to begin enforcing new pension rules with regard to multiemployer plans, a move that might mean further cuts in pension payouts under the plan.
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  13. murderabilia
    • 2007 October 1, Steve Friess, “For Troubled Stars, a Fickle Memorabilia Market”, New York Times:
      While most of what the police say was taken from the Las Vegas hotel room was related to the sports careers of Mr. Simpson or other athletes, the three neckties that he is said to have worn during the 1995 trial fall into a category known as murderabilia, items made collectible by their association with a well-publicized crime.
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  14. nonballet
    • 2007 October 1, Alastair Macaulay, “Ballet, Hip-Hop and Latin in an Eclectic Mix of Tastes”, New York Times:
      I applaud the eclectic taste with which Fall for Dance placed this, the most familiar, close-to-cliché number, amid four other nonballet items on its second program, and I wish I had enjoyed the others, all new to me, nearly as much.
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  15. nonkosher
  16. pentothal
    • 2007 October 1, Charles Isherwood, “While Superego Sleeps, a Mind at Play”, New York Times:
      A little spritz of sodium pentothal can instantly unloose that Pandora’s box of fantasies, fears, memories and desires locked away by an ever-attendant superego.
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  17. preplayoff
  18. presurgery
    • 2007 October 1, Charles Isherwood, “While Superego Sleeps, a Mind at Play”, New York Times:
      But the nagging curiosity about what she might have, could have, perhaps should not have said inspired this playful hourlong exploration of the mind-body connection, in which Ms. Margolin performs five versions of the lost 12-minute presurgery performance.
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  19. showstopping
    • 2007 October 1, Janet Maslin, “Candor in the Corridors of Power”, New York Times:
      This arch, irresistibly revealing book manages to be both showstopping and doorstopping, what with its vast range of subject matter and unfettered private sniping. Mr. Schlesinger, who died on Feb. 28, appears to have spent almost five decades patiently squirreling away aphorisms, aperçus and other people’s back-channel conversations, confident that one day he would have a posthumous bombshell to his credit.
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  20. sidelocks
  21. stepgrandchildren
    • 2007 October 1, Margalit Fox, “Christian Herter Jr., Longtime Public Servant, Dies at 88”, New York Times:
      He is survived by his wife, the former Catherine Hooker; two brothers, Frederic Pratt Herter of Manhattan and Eliot Miles Herter of Manchester, Mass.; a sister, Adele H. Seronde of Sedona, Ariz.; three children from his marriage to Ms. Treadway, a daughter, Jamison H. Cherington of Calais, Vt.; and two sons, Christian A. III, of Freeport, Me., and Geoffrey E., of Essex, Conn.; four stepchildren, Mark M. Cameron of Providence, R.I.; Anne Gay Cameron of Bridgewater, Conn.; Juan M. Cameron of Washington; and Elizabeth Cameron of Larchmont, N.Y.; 16 grandchildren and stepgrandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
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  22. underequipped
    • 2007 October 1, Janet Maslin, “Candor in the Corridors of Power”, New York Times:
      On April 18, 1961, he recorded both these items: “I cannot banish from my mind the picture of these brave men, pathetically underequipped, dying on Cuban beaches before Soviet tanks” and “J.F.K. was in superb form at lunch.”
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  23. unoutrunnable
    • 2007 October 1, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      “Matters of Blood and Connection” is an unexpectedly angry polemic against a nameless scion, while “Thick as Thieves” conjures up a couple on the lam, trying to outrun the unoutrunnable.
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  24. youthiest
    • 2007 October 1, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      And in his rowdy but curse-free lyrics (Interscope isn’t releasing an explicit-lyrics version), you can hear an appealing vision of youth culture at its youthiest.
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