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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-15 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-26).

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73616 tokens ‧ 54142 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7382 types ‧ 19 (~ 0.257%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-10-15[edit]

  1. auteurism
  2. carapacelike
    • 2007 October 15, Jennifer Dunning, “An Excursion in Butoh, From Stark to Slapstick”, New York Times:
      Then they become sashaying runway models and later giggling friends, eventually succeeded by a mysterious creature who is revealed to be a woman hidden in a carapacelike coat.
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  3. ciaramella
    • 2007 October 15, Steve Smith, “Venice as It Once Sounded”, New York Times:
      Colorful dances by Giorgio Mainerio provided a showcase for Christa Patton, who played bagpipes and two archaic wind instruments, the ciaramella and the shawm.
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  4. cornettos
    • 2007 October 15, Steve Smith, “Venice as It Once Sounded”, New York Times:
      Execution improved when the trumpeters switched to cornettos, narrow wooden horns that provided more flexibility but less heft.
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  5. curlicued
    • 2007 October 15, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      “Here We Go Again” is the gentlest kiss-off imaginable, with strings and harp and curlicued guitars cushioning Ms. Stone’s farewell: “We need to know when it’s time to just let go.”
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  6. fugato *
  7. lasered
    • 2007 October 15, Greg Bishop, “Same City, Different Results for McNabb”, New York Times:
      Against the Jets, he slipped on third down late in the fourth quarter, recovered and lasered a throw to Brown for the first down that polished this game off.
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  8. nonfan
  9. oversexualized
    • 2007 October 15, Andrew Adam Newman, “Unilever Shuns Stereotypes of Women (Unless Talking to Men)”, New York Times:
      The latest iteration of Unilever ’s “Real Beauty” advertising campaign for Dove products, which celebrates women of all shapes and sizes, urges girls to reject the underfed and oversexualized images of women that dominate advertising.
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  10. polskas
    • 2007 October 15, Nate Chinen, “Single Instrument, a World of Difference”, New York Times:
      The same held true for Mr. Dahlin, who focused on the waltzlike polskas of pre-modern Sweden with his wife, Marikay, on zither, and their son, Daniel, on fiddle.
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  11. rehauling
  12. resuscitative
    • 2007 October 15, Kirk Semple, “A Golf Course Where Water Is No Hazard”, New York Times:
      On a recent Friday, the Muslim day of prayer, Mr. Abdul was sitting on a battered sofa in the small concrete pro shop, waiting, as always, for a resuscitative flood of players.
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  13. sabermetric
    • 2007 October 15, Selena Roberts, “Football Is Booming at Baseball’s Expense”, New York Times:
      But the sport is an old flame for romantic types, as proved by numbers even sabermetric lords can wrap their seamheads around.
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  14. seamheads
    • 2007 October 15, Selena Roberts, “Football Is Booming at Baseball’s Expense”, New York Times:
      But the sport is an old flame for romantic types, as proved by numbers even sabermetric lords can wrap their seamheads around.
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  15. thumpy

Sequestered[edit]

  1. womens
    • 2007 October 15, Ginia Bellafante, “Emerging From a Coma a Slightly Better Person”, New York Times:
      Had the project been left solely in the hands of its co-creator, Cecelia Ahern, a successful 26-year-old Irish novelist, the results could have easily been treacly. Ms. Ahern writes best-selling womens fiction in which, say, an attractive young widow who has lost her husband to brain cancer will discover that he is communicating practical advice to her from the beyond.
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