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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-03 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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80028 tokens ‧ 58963 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7866 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.305%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-03[edit]

  1. antinomic
    • 2007 November 3, Jim Dwyer, “A Prosecution Goes Bad, and a Judge Lets Loose”, New York Times:
      Their reasoning, the judge wrote, was that it would be antinomic for the F.B.I., charged with fighting crime, to employ as an informer a murderer as vicious and prolific as Greg Scarpa.
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  2. bubblicious
    • 2007 November 3, Dan Mitchell, “Let Us Pray for Wealth”, New York Times:
      Both San Francisco and New York saw steadier (and possibly less bubblicious) gains than the rest, he wrote.
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  3. cardiovascularly
  4. ecoculture
    • 2007 November 3, Ralph Blumenthal, “Texas Proceeding With Plan to Auction Preserve”, New York Times:
      But a drive through the preserve with Mr. Alex, an archaeologist, and his wife, Betty, a wildlife biologist, showed a flourishing desert ecoculture of quail, mule deer, mice and the occasional bobcat and tarantula.
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  5. hocketing
    • 2007 November 3, Anne Midgette, “Medicine That Really Tastes Smooth”, New York Times:
      After Mr. Perles exquisite craftsmanship, everything that followed was slightly sloppy in comparison, though Jennifer Higdons Dark Wood (which had its premiere at a St. Lukes Second Helpings concert in 2002), opening with an intricate hocketing rhythm drilled out with machinelike precision and rock n roll energy by the unusual combination of piano trio and bassoon, was the crowd favorite.
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  6. megaticket
    • 2007 November 3, Ben Sisario, “Zeppelin Injury Raises Questions”, New York Times:
      And according to a statement issued Thursday afternoon, it had been fractured last weekend, forcing the group to delay its megaticket reunion concert in London by two weeks, to Dec. 10.
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  7. midtour
    • 2007 November 3, Lisa W. Foderaro, “For Soldiers Families, Battles Are Not Far Off”, New York Times:
      But for these soldiers, it is all the more so because of the length of their deployment, which was extended midtour from one year to 15 months.
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  8. midtrial
    • 2007 November 3, Jim Dwyer, “A Prosecution Goes Bad, and a Judge Lets Loose”, New York Times:
      Mr. DeVecchio and his lawyers said they were not worried that Justice Reichbach would be unfair; ultimately, the judge did not have to give a verdict because of the midtrial revelations that brought the case to an end.
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  9. motoric
    • 2007 November 3, Jon Pareles, “A Dingy Road Glorified in Music and Cinema”, New York Times:
      There were contemplative piano interludes touched by Gershwin and Debussy, stately Aaron Copland chords, busily twittering woodwinds, twinkling music-box-like interludes and motoric arpeggios by way of Mr. Glass, and vertiginous waltzes and sustained chaotic tremolos out of A Day in the Life.
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  10. naloxone
    • 2007 November 3, The Associated Press, “Kits to Fight Heroin Overdoses”, New York Times:
      A single dose of the drug, known generically as naloxone, costs about $20.
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  11. nonmotorized
    • 2007 November 3, William Yardley, “Mayors, Looking to Cities Future, Are Told It Must Be Colored Green”, New York Times:
      On Friday, he listed city initiatives like promoting locally produced foods, distributing 300,000 high-efficiency shower heads and encouraging residents to trade in their gasoline-powered mowers for electric or nonmotorized versions.
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  12. partscores
  13. phantomlike
    • 2007 November 3, Alan Riding, “Germanys Black Years Seen From the Inside”, New York Times:
      And here, with dead and fleeing soldiers, worm-ridden skulls, phantomlike figures in gas masks, uniformed skeletons, craters and ruins, Dixs disgust is overwhelming.
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  14. pluggers
    • 2007 November 3, George Vecsey, “Al Arbour: The Man Behind the Glass”, New York Times:
      Arbour was tough on the talented players like Potvin, but kinder to the pluggers like Bob Nystrom.
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  15. rocklike
  16. showrunners
    • 2007 November 3, Brooks Barnes, “With Resolution Unlikely, Writers Guild Sets Strike for Monday”, New York Times:
      Those so-called showrunners, the thousand or so people who share both writing and managerial duties on television shows, have already been squeezed by conflicting demands from guild leaders and company employers.
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  17. simvastatin
    • 2007 November 3, Stephanie Saul, “Maker of Lipitor Digs in to Fight Generic Rival”, New York Times:
      A big difference is that Lipitor costs $2.50 to $3 a day, while simvastatin sells for 75 cents to $1 a day at most retail pharmacies, and as little as 10 cents a day at discount pharmacies like Costcos.
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  18. synthy
  19. toolbelt
    • 2007 November 3, Bob Herbert, “Worsening the Odds”, New York Times:
      Friends thought of him as a maestro in a toolbelt, a whiz with a hammer and nails.
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  20. unblur
    • 2007 November 3, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      On Thursday the games publisher, Take2 Interactive Software, confirmed that hackers had managed to unblur some gruesome scenes on the PlayStation Portable version, which include killing with axes and other implements.
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  21. unhumorous
    • 2007 November 3, Bill Carter, “Live From New York, Its Not Quite the News!”, New York Times:
      Mr. Williams is not an unhumorous newsman, though he usually plays one on TV. As an anchor, he has steadfastly submerged his inner comic.
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  22. unsnag
    • 2007 November 3, John Schwartz, “Risky Spacewalk Saturday to Mend Solar Array”, New York Times:
      In the procedure, Scott E. Parazynski will be far out on a limb or, rather, out on the end of a 50-foot-long boom gripped by the space stations robotic arm. Dr. Parazynski will either unsnag or cut a wire that appears to have hung up on a hinge of a solar panel, putting two tears in a left-side solar array.
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