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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-08 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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100754 tokens ‧ 74314 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9150 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.295%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-08[edit]

  1. agapanthuses
    • 2007 November 8, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      Although they are called Lilies of the Nile, agapanthuses are from Southern Africa.
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  2. authorizers
  3. buttonless
    • 2007 November 8, David Pogue, “Reaching for Apple, Falling Short”, New York Times:
      Its aspirations to Appleness are evident immediately: theres the nearly buttonless faade, the huge black expanse of screen, the iPod -like control dial that both spins through lists and clicks at the four compass points.
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  4. clayware
    • 2007 November 8, Penelope Green, “Really Thinking About Things”, New York Times:
      OBJECT RELATIONS Sherry Turklekeeps a clayware bowl and pitcher from her grandparents; a cellphone belonging to her daughter, Becca Willard, is a companion to emotion.
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  5. cyberelite
    • 2007 November 8, Penelope Green, “Really Thinking About Things”, New York Times:
      IT is heartening to learn that a member of the cyberelite cannot figure out how to turn off her iPod, and that she sometimes fumbles new programs on her laptop.
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  6. eccrine
    • 2007 November 8, Anna Jane Grossman, “Cast Aside Underarm Protection, if You Dare”, New York Times:
      The armpit is home to eccrine sweat glands, which are activated by temperature and activity, and apocrine glands, which turn on during puberty and operate in moments of stress or excitement.
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  7. glasslike
    • 2007 November 8, Roberta Smith, “A Painters Painter, Working With a Cast of Big Heads”, New York Times:
      This small-scale painterliness, encountered where a pristine glasslike surface might be expected, keeps Mr. Greenwolds art fresh, as does his sharpening of the tensions always at large in figurative painting.
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  8. glovelike
    • 2007 November 8, Cintra Wilson, “For the Young of Heart and Hair”, New York Times:
      They fit well, but I realized the featured detail a round opening at the back of the hand secured by a snap was too large to be usefully glovelike.
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  9. haircalf
    • 2007 November 8, Karin Nelson, “Perfect for Prowling”, New York Times:
      Giuseppe Zanotti haircalf boots, $1,195 at Giuseppe Zanotti.
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  10. hyperanalyzed
    • 2007 November 8, John Branch, “Giants Keep Running to Delight of Linemen”, New York Times:
      Of all the matchups being hyperanalyzed this week, the best strength-versus-strength duel is the Giants running game (second in the conference in yards a game) against the Dallas rush defense (second in yards allowed).
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  11. levis *
    • 2007 November 8, Margalit Fox, “Fred W. McDarrah, Photographer, Dies at 81”, New York Times:
      add zest to your tuxedo park party ... rent a beatnik. completely equipped: beard, eye shades, old army jacket, levis, frayed shirts, sneakers or sandals (optional). deductions allowed for no beard, baths, shoes, or haircuts. lady beatniks also available, usual garb: all black.
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  12. mainstreamers
  13. masklike
  14. milliroentgen
    • 2007 November 8, “Radioactive Dumping Is Reported in Congo”, New York Times:
      Mineral residue tested on the bridge and on the banks of the river found levels of radioactivity as high as 10 milliroentgen per hour, about 33 times what Congo considers a tolerable limit.
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  15. miniset
    • 2007 November 8, Jon Pareles, “Duran Duran Is Still Big, Just the Stage Got Small”, New York Times:
      That started a miniset of Duran Duran songs and electro oldies like the Normals Warm Leatherette, paying tribute while flaunting Duran Durans pop skills, even in skeletal arrangements.
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  16. multitap
    • 2007 November 8, David Pogue, “Reaching for Apple, Falling Short”, New York Times:
      You have to tap those out using the multitap method, where you press the GH key twice to indicate H, and so on.
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  17. painterliness
    • 2007 November 8, Roberta Smith, “A Painters Painter, Working With a Cast of Big Heads”, New York Times:
      This small-scale painterliness, encountered where a pristine glasslike surface might be expected, keeps Mr. Greenwolds art fresh, as does his sharpening of the tensions always at large in figurative painting.
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  18. presentence
  19. seizurelike
    • 2007 November 8, Keith Bradsher, “Sleuthing for a Danger in Toy Beads”, New York Times:
      Both the children presented with a coma and seizurelike movements, said Dr. Naren Gunja, the deputy director of the center.
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  20. submolecular
    • 2007 November 8, David Pogue, “Reaching for Apple, Falling Short”, New York Times:
      Its not a full keyboard of 26 submolecular keys like the one on the Treo or full-size BlackBerry.
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  21. sunbeamy
  22. transborder
    • 2007 November 8, Roger Cohen, “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Musharraf”, New York Times:
      Pakistan and Afghanistan present linked problems of Islamist radicalization, transborder Pashtun restiveness and democratic transition but the Bush administrations dealings with them have been erratic.
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  23. triclosan
  24. unstimulating
    • 2007 November 8, Sandra Aamodt And Sam Wang, “Exercise on the Brain”, New York Times:
      For people whose work is unstimulating, having mentally challenging hobbies, like learning a new language or playing bridge, can help maintain cognitive performance.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. raritanium: only in one fictional universe
    • 2007 November 8, Charles Herold, “Dog and Rabbit Sleuths vs. a Demonic Santa”, New York Times:
      Throughout the game, Ratchet collects nuts and bolts from fallen enemies that can be used to purchase new weapons as well as a substance called raritanium that can be used to increase the power of your current weapons.
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