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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2007-10-27 issue of the New York Times (2009-02-26).

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84915 tokens ‧ 63100 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8184 types ‧ 9 (~ 0.11%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-10-27[edit]

  1. hopalong
    • 2007 October 27, Ben Ratliff, “Sounds That Remain Miles Ahead”, New York Times:
      There are fairly serious jazz enthusiasts who dont know this music very well, and it deserved the time it got: the sudden traffic of tailgating trombones and New Orleans parade beats in Sister Sadie; the hopalong western-movie atmosphere and floating feeling of Happy Stranger; the long, gliding notes worked into swing in Nobodys Heart.
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  2. loutrophoros
    • 2007 October 27, Elisabetta Povoledo, “Princeton to Return Disputed Art to Italy”, New York Times:
      The psykter, attributed to the so-called Kleophrades Painter, and the loutrophoros, attributed to the legendary Darius Painter, will remain at the museum for four years as part of a research program in which both the Italian government and the museum will take part, the university said.
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  3. psykter
    • 2007 October 27, Elisabetta Povoledo, “Princeton to Return Disputed Art to Italy”, New York Times:
      The psykter, attributed to the so-called Kleophrades Painter, and the loutrophoros, attributed to the legendary Darius Painter, will remain at the museum for four years as part of a research program in which both the Italian government and the museum will take part, the university said.
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  4. readoption
    • 2007 October 27, Isabel Kershner, “Israelis and Palestinians Pledge to Follow Road Map”, New York Times:
      Mr. Qurei said the meeting was constructive, adding that putting the long-shelved road map in place was very important for creating real trust and a political horizon, and that its readoption was a significant step forward.
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  5. reinstigate
    • 2007 October 27, Claudia La Rocco, New York Times[1]:
      Can we reinstigate that?
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  6. sitdown
  7. unabstemious
  8. underguess
    • 2007 October 27, “Bringing Calories Out of Hiding”, New York Times:
      Those diners were left to guess, or rather to underguess by an average 600 calories per meal.
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  9. unexecute

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