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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-16 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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2007-10-16[edit]

  1. aguinaldo
    • 2007 October 16, Jon Pareles, “Planting a Love Seed at the Garden”, New York Times:
      And he bracketed the concert with joyfully Latin pop: opening the show with towering drums onstage and kinetic Afro-Caribbean rhythms and beginning the final song, “Tu Recuerdo” (“Your Memory”), as a Puerto Rican aguinaldo, gently plucked on the rural miniguitar called a cuatro.
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  2. balladeering
    • 2007 October 16, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      If anything, it was Hays’s flat Midwestern voice that touched off the initial sensation, not Jolson’s wildly emotive blackface balladeering.
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  3. brookie
  4. brookies
  5. calotype
  6. calotypes
  7. fatherlessness
    • 2007 October 16, Bob Herbert, “Tough, Sad and Smart”, New York Times:
      Speaking about the epidemic of fatherlessness in black families, Mr. Cosby imagined a young fatherless child thinking: “Somewhere in my life a person called my father has not shown up, and I feel very sad about this because I don’t know if I’m ugly — I don’t know what the reason is.”
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  8. heartsore
    • 2007 October 16, Jon Pareles, “‘A Soul on the Planet’ Approaches the Big Questions of Life From a Variety of Directions”, New York Times:
      But there was no question who was guiding her superb band in songs from her new album, “The World Has Made Me the Man of My Dreams” (Decca), like the quiet, heartsore “Shirk” and the propulsive, Mali-meets-Hendrix “Michelle Johnson ” (Ms. Ndegeocello’s former name), in which she declared, “I’m just a soul on the planet/Trying to do good, be good, feel good.”
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  9. hutongs
  10. megacommerce
    • 2007 October 16, Brice J. Bay, “Thanks, but I’ll Have the Bat on a Stick Instead”, New York Times:
      In this world of megacommerce and globally interconnected alliances, enjoying a simple meal on the streets of a foreign city has it own particular joys and benefits, too — an endless opportunity to ingest the tastes and smells of a city from its most genuine and colorful inhabitants.
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  11. midstorm
  12. miniguitar
    • 2007 October 16, Jon Pareles, “Planting a Love Seed at the Garden”, New York Times:
      And he bracketed the concert with joyfully Latin pop: opening the show with towering drums onstage and kinetic Afro-Caribbean rhythms and beginning the final song, “Tu Recuerdo” (“Your Memory”), as a Puerto Rican aguinaldo, gently plucked on the rural miniguitar called a cuatro.
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  13. nonsubsidized
  14. outgrossed
    • 2007 October 16, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      It suggests that while “The Jazz Singer” was a substantial hit, it was outgrossed in New York by the real sensation of the season, William A. Wellman’s “Wings” (a synchronized sound film from Paramount that went on to win the first Academy Award for best picture), as well as by Edmund Goulding’s “Love,” with Greta Garbo and John Gilbert ; a “sonorized” reissue of Raoul Walsh ’s “What Price Glory”; and Frank Borzage ’s romantic drama “Seventh Heaven.”
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  15. overamplification
    • 2007 October 16, Roslyn Sulcas, “The Costumes, the Rifles, the Six-Foot Headdresses”, New York Times:
      Although there is some recorded music, the 10 musicians who accompany most of the dances and occasionally take the stage alone add further vitality to the program, despite bad overamplification.
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  16. sitdown
  17. spacelings
    • 2007 October 16, Seth Schiesel, “Elves Are Out, Aliens In”, New York Times:
      Thanks to the latest graphics technology, almost all of those spacelings will be ready for their close-ups.
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  18. spokesmodel
  19. unmatted
    • 2007 October 16, John Tierney, “Facts Prove No Match for Gossip, It Seems”, New York Times:
      Instead of spending hours untangling hair, they could bond with friendly conversation (“Your hair looks so unmatted today!”) or by picking apart someone else’s behavior (“Yeah, he was supposed to share the wildebeest, but I heard he kept both haunches”).
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