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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-07 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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105615 tokens ‧ 78001 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9164 types ‧ 45 (~ 0.491%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-07[edit]

  1. bastardo *
    • 2007 November 7, Eric Asimov, “Vintage Madeiras Enduring Charms”, New York Times:
      Among his treasures are three terrantez Madeiras and an anise-scented 1927 wine made from the bastardo grape, which is now practically extinct on Madeira.
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  2. birdflesh
    • 2007 November 7, Margalit Fox, “Frank Viola, Leader in Sport of Racing Pigeons, Dies at 87”, New York Times:
      Mr. Viola, whose gruff manner belied the tender care he lavished on his brood he plied them with vitamins, electrolytes and specially prepared food was considered an especially fine judge of birdflesh.
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  3. bual
    • 2007 November 7, Eric Asimov, “Vintage Madeiras Enduring Charms”, New York Times:
      Some can be excellent and more affordable introductions to the pleasures of Madeira, particularly those aged for 5, 10 or 15 years and made with one of the leading noble grapes: sercial, verdelho, bual and malvasia.
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  4. colheita *
    • 2007 November 7, Eric Asimov, “Vintage Madeiras Enduring Charms”, New York Times:
      By law, these wines must be aged 20 years in barrels, although a new category, colheita, or harvest wines, can be released after five years in barrels.
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  5. cordgrass
  6. ecodisaster
  7. extraconstitutional
    • 2007 November 7, Benazir Bhutto, “Musharrafs Martial Plan”, New York Times:
      Last Saturday, Gen. Pervez Musharraf removed all pretense of a transition to democracy by conducting what was in effect yet another extraconstitutional coup.
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  8. factuality
    • 2007 November 7, Samuel G. Freedman, “New Class(room) War: Teacher vs. Technology”, New York Times:
      Just as fiction can limn truths beyond the grasp of factuality, Professor Nazemis act of guerrilla theater, which he recounted last week in a telephone interview, attested to the exasperation of countless teachers and professors in the computer era.
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  9. grillades
    • 2007 November 7, “Correction: Recipe: Pork Grillades and Grits”, New York Times:
      A recipe for pork grillades and grits with an article last Wednesday about the New Orleans chef John Besh omitted the amount of butter that should be folded into the grits.
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  10. huchen
    • 2007 November 7, Norimitsu Onishi, “Forced to Run Straight, a River Must Now Twist”, New York Times:
      Few people gave a second thought to the Kushiro wetland currently 5,000 acres that are home to 2,000 species of wildlife, including sea eagles, the red-crowned crane and the huchen, Japans largest freshwater fish just outside this city.
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  11. inalterably
    • 2007 November 7, Claudia H. Deutsch, “For Fiji Water, a Big List of Green Goals”, New York Times:
      Bottled water is a business that is fundamentally, inherently and inalterably unconscionable, said Michael J. Brune, executive director of the Rainforest Action Network.
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  12. jarheads
    • 2007 November 7, Mohammed Hanif, “Pakistans General Anarchy”, New York Times:
      (Like most military training institutes in the world, the academys first right of passage was to turn the civilian recruits into clean-shaven jarheads.)
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  13. nanocatalysts
  14. nanoproducts
  15. nonestablished
    • 2007 November 7, Ihsan Taylor, “F. Maynard Sundman, Stamp Dealer, Dies at 92”, New York Times:
      Mr. Sundman has had a huge impact in the stamp industry, primarily with the marketing to nonestablished collectors, said Ken Martin, deputy executive director of the American Philatelic Society.
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  16. nonretail
    • 2007 November 7, Motoko Rich, “Conservative Authors Sue Publisher”, New York Times:
      The authors argue that because at least a quarter and as much as half of their book sales are diverted to nonretail channels, sales figures of their books on Nielsen BookScan, which tracks about 70 percent of retail sales but does not reflect sales through book clubs and other outlets used by Eagle, are artificially low.
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  17. nonwriting
    • 2007 November 7, Edward Wyatt, “Some Television Writer-Producers Side With Guild”, New York Times:
      Because most series have nonwriting producers on their staffs, those decisions will not lead to an immediate halt in production of most prime-time dramas.
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  18. overchill
  19. petrale
  20. phragmites
    • 2007 November 7, Andy Newman, “Protecting a Wild Patch of City Marshland”, New York Times:
      The woods ended abruptly at a line of the tall reedy weeds called phragmites, and a trash-strewn trail of broken wooden pilings led into the marsh.
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  21. restaurantspeak
    • 2007 November 7, Frank Bruni, “Tonight, Patronizing Language. Enjoy.”, New York Times:
      And its a fine example of restaurantspeak, an oddly stilted language that has somehow survived the shift toward casual dining and that sounds even odder and more stilted in light of the new informality.
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  22. sercial
    • 2007 November 7, Eric Asimov, “Vintage Madeiras Enduring Charms”, New York Times:
      Some can be excellent and more affordable introductions to the pleasures of Madeira, particularly those aged for 5, 10 or 15 years and made with one of the leading noble grapes: sercial, verdelho, bual and malvasia.
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  23. sheepherding
    • 2007 November 7, Oliver Schwaner-Albright, “A Chance to Meet (Four-Footed) Cheesemakers”, New York Times:
      It was sheepherding by incentive, and seemed no harder than enticing several dozen New Yorkers into the Hudson Valley by promising a few wedges of cheese.
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  24. songfulness
  25. spartina
    • 2007 November 7, Andy Newman, “Protecting a Wild Patch of City Marshland”, New York Times:
      The spartina, which grows along a sheltered cove and makes up about 15 acres of the whole parcel, is what makes Arlington Marsh so dear, said William K. Tai, director of the parks departments natural resources group.
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  26. staghorn
    • 2007 November 7, Greg Breining, “Rediscovering a Hidden Island”, New York Times:
      Among the brain, fan, and staghorn shapes were reef fish of all colors and a loafing hawksbill.
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  27. streambeds
  28. subminister
    • 2007 November 7, Elaine Sciolino, “Sarkozy Throws Open His Arms to Bush, and U.S.”, New York Times:
      Mr. Sarkozy arrived in Washington without a spouse but with some of the women who reflect the diversity of his cabinet: Finance Minister Christine Lagarde, a former chairman of a Chicago-based law firm, Baker & McKenzie; Justice Minister Rachida Dati, who has a Moroccan father and an Algerian mother; and Rama Yade, his 31-year-old Senegalese-born subminister of foreign affairs and human rights, whom Mr. Sarkozy calls his Condi Rice.
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  29. subpoenalike
    • 2007 November 7, The Associated Press, “Yahoo Criticized in Case of Jailed Dissident”, New York Times:
      Mr. Callahan has since acknowledged that Yahoo officials had received a subpoenalike document that referred to suspected illegal provision of state secrets a common charge against political dissidents.
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  30. superdurable
    • 2007 November 7, Barnaby J. Feder, “Aiding the Environment, a Nanostep at a Time”, New York Times:
      To most Americans, nanotechnology means limited improvements, as in stain-resistant clothing, superdurable bowling balls or transparent sunscreens.
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  31. superwealthy
  32. tarweed
    • 2007 November 7, Andy Newman, “Protecting a Wild Patch of City Marshland”, New York Times:
      But even here, an unfamiliar yellow flower forced its way up through the debris. Mr. Phillips identified it as tarweed, a plant he had never seen in New York City.
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  33. terrantez
    • 2007 November 7, Eric Asimov, “Vintage Madeiras Enduring Charms”, New York Times:
      The same is true of a youthful 1969 Blandys, made from rare terrantez grapes, which tastes brightly of lemon, lime and brown sugar before fading to get this cream soda.
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  34. unpristine
    • 2007 November 7, Andy Newman, “Protecting a Wild Patch of City Marshland”, New York Times:
      The subject of all this breathlessness is a decidedly unpristine swath of Staten Island known as Arlington Marsh, a boggy green break in one of the citys most industrialized stretches of waterfront.
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  35. unscrutinized
    • 2007 November 7, Gina Kolata, “Causes of Death Are Linked to a Persons Weight”, New York Times:
      The diverse collection of diseases other than cancer, heart disease and diabetes, which show up in the analyses of the underweight and the overweight, have gone relatively unscrutinized among epidemiologists, noted Dr. Mitchell Gail, a cancer institute scientist and an author of the paper.
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  36. untradable
  37. verdelho
    • 2007 November 7, Eric Asimov, “Vintage Madeiras Enduring Charms”, New York Times:
      Some can be excellent and more affordable introductions to the pleasures of Madeira, particularly those aged for 5, 10 or 15 years and made with one of the leading noble grapes: sercial, verdelho, bual and malvasia.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. saltmeadow