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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-12 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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108019 tokens ‧ 79606 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8961 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.324%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-12[edit]

  1. animatic
  2. antihunger
    • 2007 November 12, “Hunger and the Farm Bill”, New York Times:
      In contrast, even when some antihunger groups (like mine) risk alienating donors by opposing corporate farm welfare, we hardly have an impact on this big-money debate.
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  3. bloglike
    • 2007 November 12, Cate Doty, “Game News in a Duel of Print and Online”, New York Times:
      Magazine publishers say that readers want longer features and in-depth articles as a counterpoint to the short, bloglike pieces they find online.
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  4. cataloger *
  5. duende *
    • 2007 November 12, Roslyn Sulcas, “Imagine Theres No Heaven, Just Flamenco”, New York Times:
      At the core of flamenco is the notion of duende: those dark forces contesting within the artists soul, forcing their way out through the dance to evoke the battle with life, with death, with the birth of art itself.
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  6. interventionalists
    • 2007 November 12, Barnaby J. Feder, “A Heart Stent Gets a Reprieve From Doctors”, New York Times:
      Safety is not the big issue any more, said Dr. Jeffrey W. Moses, a cardiologist in New York at the Cardiovascular Research Foundation, the organization that with strong financial support from industry runs the largest annual meeting for interventionalists, as doctors who use stents are known.
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  7. mandolinlike
  8. mazurkalike
  9. megaconference
    • 2007 November 12, Carol Kino, “The Young and the Restless Try, Too”, New York Times:
      In May 2008, when the Council on Foundations holds its Leadership Summit, a megaconference for philanthropists, it will offer its first full next-generation program.
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  10. microfinanciers
  11. multinetworked
    • 2007 November 12, Roger Cohen, “Bring the Real World Home”, New York Times:
      Or it can try to grasp the new, multinetworked world as it is.
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  12. philanthropoids
    • 2007 November 12, Carol Kino, “The Young and the Restless Try, Too”, New York Times:
      Today, Mr. Stahl describes his groups focus as emerging philanthropists and philanthropoids thats a little-known term for people who work for philanthropists.
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  13. postrock
    • 2007 November 12, Steve Smith, “Play That Funky Spinning Bike Wheel, Berlin Boy”, New York Times:
      A pity, because the works included here Walter Zimmermanns disorienting Shadows of Cold Mountain 5, Thomas Meadowcrofts dreamy postrock reverie Ezra Jack Plot and Stephan Winklers Vom Durst nach Dasein, which drew upon rustic themes and techno rhythms without pandering were among the evenings strongest pieces.
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  14. prerevolution
    • 2007 November 12, James C. Mckinley Jr., “For U.S. Exporters in Cuba, Business Trumps Politics”, New York Times:
      Many envision a return to the prerevolution days when the United States was Cubas biggest trading partner, as wheat and durable goods flowed south while sugar, tobacco and rum flowed north.
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  15. presold
    • 2007 November 12, Andrew Adam Newman, “Lifestyle Magazine for Jewish Women to Appear”, New York Times:
      The magazine is printing about 200,000 copies and has presold nearly 40,000 subscriptions through affiliates of the United Jewish Appeal.
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  16. reclogging
    • 2007 November 12, Barnaby J. Feder, “A Heart Stent Gets a Reprieve From Doctors”, New York Times:
      The drug coatings reduce the risk of reclogging at the stent site, as frequently happens with the bare-metal versions.
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  17. sinuousness
    • 2007 November 12, Roslyn Sulcas, “Imagine Theres No Heaven, Just Flamenco”, New York Times:
      At the beginning of the show Ms. Pags, in a long, slim-fitting red dress, was slowly revealed on the stage, turning in silence, her arms wreathing up around her head with extraordinary sinuousness as her torso arched and contracted.
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  18. sistema *
  19. spiccato *
    • 2007 November 12, Steve Smith, “Play That Funky Spinning Bike Wheel, Berlin Boy”, New York Times:
      Telegram From a Sea, by Ana Maria Rodriguez, accompanied a recitation by the poet Ron Winkler with a desiccated array of spiccato bounces, growls and groans from a computer-enhanced quartet.
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  20. stockholdings
    • 2007 November 12, Eric Dash, “For Ousted Citigroup Chief, a Bonus of $12.5 Million”, New York Times:
      And as he awaits his official retirement next month, Mr. Prince can rest assured that he will leave with $68 million, including his salary and accumulated stockholdings; a $1.7 million pension; an office, car and driver for up to five years all in addition to the bonus.
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  21. tsunamilike
    • 2007 November 12, “The Plight of American Veterans”, New York Times:
      More than 300,000 of the nations 24 million veterans were homeless at some point during 2006, and while only a few hundred from Iraq or Afghanistan have turned up homeless so far, aid groups are bracing themselves for a tsunamilike upsurge in coming years.
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  22. unsvelte
    • 2007 November 12, Kelefa Sanneh, “Outrage, Bile, Hardcore Punk ... and a Sensible Lost-and-Found”, New York Times:
      It begins, I want to smash your house/I want to scratch your car, and Pink Eyes made this declaration while removing his pants and rearranging his boxer shorts in ways that many other similarly unsvelte lead singers might not.
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  1. ahhhing
    • 2007 November 12, “Metropolitan Diary”, New York Times:
      I was walking past St. Vincents Manhattan Hospital when I spotted an elderly couple with cameras looped around their necks, clearly tourists, ooohing and ahhhing over four perfectly matched Pomeranians.
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  2. ooohing
    • 2007 November 12, “Metropolitan Diary”, New York Times:
      I was walking past St. Vincents Manhattan Hospital when I spotted an elderly couple with cameras looped around their necks, clearly tourists, ooohing and ahhhing over four perfectly matched Pomeranians.
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