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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-06 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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99553 tokens ‧ 74386 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9286 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.258%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-06[edit]

  1. cel *
    • 2007 November 6, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      Alas, none of the giants of the cel animation era were able to work in CGI, and you can only wonder what Warner Brothers most visually sophisticated director, Chuck Jones, might have done with the new technology.
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  2. cinquefoils
    • 2007 November 6, David W. Dunlap, “A Blossoming Cathedral Tower Sheds Its Scaffolding”, New York Times:
      What is now revealed, in a limestone several shades blonder than the rest of the cathedral, are crisp buttresses, gables, colonettes, gargoyles, pinnacles, crockets and ornaments known as trefoils (three cusps), quatrefoils (four cusps) and cinquefoils (five cusps).
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  3. colonettes
    • 2007 November 6, David W. Dunlap, “A Blossoming Cathedral Tower Sheds Its Scaffolding”, New York Times:
      What is now revealed, in a limestone several shades blonder than the rest of the cathedral, are crisp buttresses, gables, colonettes, gargoyles, pinnacles, crockets and ornaments known as trefoils (three cusps), quatrefoils (four cusps) and cinquefoils (five cusps).
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  4. crockets
    • 2007 November 6, David W. Dunlap, “A Blossoming Cathedral Tower Sheds Its Scaffolding”, New York Times:
      What is now revealed, in a limestone several shades blonder than the rest of the cathedral, are crisp buttresses, gables, colonettes, gargoyles, pinnacles, crockets and ornaments known as trefoils (three cusps), quatrefoils (four cusps) and cinquefoils (five cusps).
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  5. dodecaphonic
  6. feathercam
    • 2007 November 6, Warren E. Leary, “On Fur and Feather, Crittercams Turn 20 Seeking New Vistas”, New York Times:
      Birds are a new addition, Mr. Marshall said. Dr. Christian Rutz of Oxford, who attended the meeting here, recently reported on tiny camera called feathercam to monitor crows on New Caledonia in the Pacific and discovering their use of twigs and grass stems as tools to root out food.
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  7. fishless
  8. multiplane
    • 2007 November 6, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      Like Disney, Mr. Lasseter has moved his studios product toward an ever-greater illusion of realism, achieving the dream of moving animation away from the two dimensions of the single drawing board that Disney began with its depth-producing multiplane camera, invented by William Garity and first used in the Silly Symphony Old Mill of 1937.
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  9. nonpainful
    • 2007 November 6, Jane E. Brody, “Living With Pain That Just Wont Go Away”, New York Times:
      This kind of pain tends to involve exaggerated responses to painful stimuli, spread of pain to areas that were not initially painful, and sensations of pain in response to normally nonpainful stimuli such as light touch.
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  10. oculomotor
  11. posthurricane
    • 2007 November 6, Robin Pogrebin, “Rebuilding New Orleans, Post-Katrina Style”, New York Times:
      Now emerging is what could be called a posthurricane vernacular, wide-ranging architectural responses to what everyone here refers to simply as the Storm.
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  12. postmerger
    • 2007 November 6, David Carr, “At Time Warner, Successor to Parsons Emerges”, New York Times:
      Mr. Parsons, one of the highest profile black executives in American business history, managed in 2002 to come out on top of the postmerger scramble to run Time Warner over better positioned executives, in part because the board prized his ability to find consensus and middle ground.
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  13. putschists
  14. quatrefoils
    • 2007 November 6, David W. Dunlap, “A Blossoming Cathedral Tower Sheds Its Scaffolding”, New York Times:
      What is now revealed, in a limestone several shades blonder than the rest of the cathedral, are crisp buttresses, gables, colonettes, gargoyles, pinnacles, crockets and ornaments known as trefoils (three cusps), quatrefoils (four cusps) and cinquefoils (five cusps).
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  15. reimaginings
  16. representationalism
    • 2007 November 6, Michiko Kakutani, “More on the Career of the Genius Who Boldly Compared Himself to God”, New York Times:
      Rather his Picasso is a mass of contradictions, a savage artist, who was often horribly cruel to his friends like Cocteau but who also had a very loyal, if sometimes paradoxical heart; a deeply superstitious trickster, who loved paradox in both his work and life, playing volumetric representationalism off synthetic Cubist flatness, much as he enjoyed playing Olgas conventionality against his own instinctive iconoclasm.
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  17. riffly
  18. sociomedical
    • 2007 November 6, Tara Parker-Pope, “For Clues on Teenage Sex, Experts Look to Hip-Hop”, New York Times:
      Theres definitely a popular opinion that hip-hop is music that is bad for you and makes people do crazy things, said Miguel A. Muoz-Laboy, an assistant professor in the department of sociomedical sciences at Columbia.
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