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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-10-17 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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100386 tokens ‧ 73506 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8778 types ‧ 44 (~ 0.501%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-10-17[edit]

  1. arbequinas
  2. backloaded
  3. cardboardy
  4. cedary
  5. cubanelle
    • 2007 October 17, “Recipe: Nonno’s Olives”, New York Times:
      1 handful fresh hot chili peppers, such as jalapeño, serrano or cubanelle
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  6. houseware
  7. kashkaval
    • 2007 October 17, “Recipe: Nonno’s Olives”, New York Times:
      Serve plain, or with a tangy cheese such as kashkaval, kasseri or Manchego.
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  8. ladlefuls
    • 2007 October 17, Mark Bittman, “Serving Pasta? Forget What You Learned”, New York Times:
      We poured on ladlefuls of thick tomato sauce and tossed two or three quarter-pound meatballs on top for good measure.
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  9. lucques
    • 2007 October 17, “Recipe: Spicy Green Olive Tapenade”, New York Times:
      1 to 1 1/2 pounds brined green olives, such as lucques or manzanilla (for a smooth flavor); or Greek Nafplion, Middle Eastern or Sicilian (for more bite)
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  10. minestre *
    • 2007 October 17, Mark Bittman, “Serving Pasta? Forget What You Learned”, New York Times:
      (There is, of course, a tradition of this kind of pasta dish in Italy, but it falls more under the category of minestre, which is closer to soup.)
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  11. monsieurs
  12. oleuropein
    • 2007 October 17, Julia Moskin, “Olives, Flavored by Time, Seasoned With Memories”, New York Times:
      To quickly leach the oleuropein out of olives, commercial producers use lye, which “ripens” the olive artificially, and neutralizes its bitterness.
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  13. oversauced
    • 2007 October 17, Mark Bittman, “Serving Pasta? Forget What You Learned”, New York Times:
      I am not suggesting that we return to oversauced baked ziti with sausages, mozzarella-laden lasagna or spaghetti under three handball-size meatballs.
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  14. picholines
  15. pictorialist
    • 2007 October 17, Alan Riding, “Steichen Reconsidered in All His Exposures”, New York Times:
      Steichen’s pictorialist period ended in 1917, when he joined the United States Army and created an aerial photography unit in northern France to gather intelligence about artillery positions and troop movements behind enemy lines.
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  16. plancha *
    • 2007 October 17, Oliver Schwaner-Albright, “On Time, on Budget: This Is New York?”, New York Times:
      “Dave is equipment crazy,” Mr. Phuah said of Mr. Chang as he pored over the appliance list for the new noodle bar, including a custom noodle cooker, standard noodle cooker, a grill, plancha, salamander, steam oven, range and, for the crispy veal sweetbreads, a deep fryer.
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  17. prenegotiated
    • 2007 October 17, Reuters, “Chapter 11 for a Video Rental Chain”, New York Times:
      Movie Gallery, which operates about 4,430 stores in the United States and Canada, entered a prenegotiated filing in Federal Bankruptcy Court in the Eastern District of Virginia.
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  18. puckery
  19. raccourci
  20. sawdusty
    • 2007 October 17, Oliver Schwaner-Albright, “On Time, on Budget: This Is New York?”, New York Times:
      SWEE PHUAH, the contractor for the new Momofuku Noodle Bar in the East Village that David Chang expects to open next week, pointed at the speakers in what was still a sawdusty construction site a few weeks ago.
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  21. semiconfessional
  22. serrano *
    • 2007 October 17, “Recipe: Nonno’s Olives”, New York Times:
      1 handful fresh hot chili peppers, such as jalapeño, serrano or cubanelle
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  23. tilefish
    • 2007 October 17, Marian Burros, “Industry Money Fans Debate on Fish”, New York Times:
      Since 2004, the Food and Drug Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency have recommended that such women eat no more than 12 ounces of fish a week, including no more than 6 ounces of canned albacore tuna, and avoid swordfish, tilefish, king mackerel and shark because they are high in mercury, which most scientists say is harmful to fetuses and young children.
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  24. unbarbed
    • 2007 October 17, Florence Fabricant, “Food Stuff”, New York Times:
      But now there is tuna from small, family-run companies that ply the Pacific, mostly off northern California, Oregon and Washington, and catch the fish using rods with unbarbed hooks, not vast nets, so there is no unwanted “by-catch.”
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  25. undersalted
  26. unsterilized
    • 2007 October 17, Kevin Sack, “Deadly Bacteria Found to Be More Common”, New York Times:
      Previous research had indicated that many hospitals and long-term care centers had become breeding grounds for MRSA because bacteria could be transported from patient to patient by doctors, nurses and unsterilized equipment.
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  27. untaped
    • 2007 October 17, Michael Wilson, “Bartender Snaps a String of Tavern Holdups”, New York Times:
      The bartender banged on neighbors’ doors until someone opened up and untaped her, said another bartender at Red Hook Bait and Tackle, who, fearful of a suspect still at large, gave his name only as Chris P., 30.
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