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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-19 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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73345 tokens ‧ 53781 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7292 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.302%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-19[edit]

  1. cameoed
  2. clavinet
    • 2007 November 19, Ben Ratliff, “Stevie Wonder and Friends, Here and Gone”, New York Times:
      In Superstition he played chicken-scratch rhythm guitar on a borrowed Stratocaster against Mr. Wonders stuttering clavinet. Mr. Wonders band, with three keyboardists, two percussionists, three backup singers, a drummer, two guitarists and Nathan Wattss driving, band-leading bass, was fully engaged, pushing out funk on all fronts.
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  3. flexibilities
    • 2007 November 19, Campbell Robertson, “Stagehands and Producers Break Off Talks”, New York Times:
      Charlotte St. Martin, the executive director of the producers league, said: We presented a comprehensive proposal that responded to the unions concerns about loss of jobs and earnings and attempted to address our need for some flexibilities in running our business.
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  4. headsetted
  5. holeout
  6. megaheroes
    • 2007 November 19, William C. Rhoden, “Big Fish May Be Easier Targets”, New York Times:
      Perhaps prosecutors are playing to the crowd; maybe there simply is no appetite for bringing down white megaheroes.
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  7. misparaphrase
    • 2007 November 19, Saul Hansell, “The iPhone? Microsoft Shrugs”, New York Times:
      It wasnt the first Internet appliance (that was probably the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory vending machine), but it gave anyone who surfed to it a little dose of vertigo, that sense that the future was arriving and the Internet was distributing it more evenly (to misparaphrase the science fiction author William Gibson).
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  8. multifold
    • 2007 November 19, “Reform and Consumer Safety”, New York Times:
      The House and Senate measures both provide for multifold increases in penalties for violators and stronger recall authority.
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  9. noncarbon
    • 2007 November 19, Jim Yardley, “Chinese Dam Projects Criticized for Their Human Costs”, New York Times:
      Chen Deming, one of the governments top economic planners, said hydropower was a critical noncarbon energy source and described the negative impacts of dams as controllable.
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  10. nonserious
    • 2007 November 19, Bill Carter, “Fox Cable Guy Edges Into the Big Pay Leagues”, New York Times:
      Andrew Tyndall, who has analyzed newscasts for 20 years for his online Tyndall Report, said in an e-mail message that Mr. Smith was a trendsetter in bringing presentational techniques seen in nonserious TV journalism think Entertainment Tonight or SportsCenter and applying them to hard news.
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  11. overenjoyed
    • 2007 November 19, “Metropolitan Diary”, New York Times:
      But having just returned from almost six years living in Asia, where we enjoyed and perhaps overenjoyed a wide array of culinary treats, she has been very, and somewhat loudly, focused on my shedding an equally wide array of excess pounds by resisting such temptations.
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  12. overripeness
    • 2007 November 19, Bernard Holland, “Notes on Mortality and Darkness”, New York Times:
      The decadence celebrated at the many events of Berlin in Lights has a rawer, sharper quality than the overripeness of turn-of-the-century Vienna.
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  13. porphyrias
    • 2007 November 19, Jeremy Pearce, “Rudi Schmid, 85, Leading Liver Researcher, Is Dead”, New York Times:
      Dr. Schmids work in hepatology began in the 1950s with studies of porphyrias, a group of disorders in which enzymes of the heme, contained in the hemoglobin , are disrupted.
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  14. televisionlike
    • 2007 November 19, Eric Pfanner, “Web Sites Go Fishing in TVs Advertising Revenue Stream”, New York Times:
      Joanna Lyall, who helps marketers plan digital ad strategies at Mindshare, a media buying agency owned by WPP Group , said that paid televisionlike spots might not be as effective as other, less conventional forms of Internet marketing.
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  15. unchilly
    • 2007 November 19, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Shes easy to mock because shes so uncool, or rather, unchilly.
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  16. unpretentiousness
    • 2007 November 19, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      She belts out those fervent ballads with a singular combination of confidence (she knows she can nail every note), recklessness (shes not afraid to overdo it) and unpretentiousness (she sees no shame in giving people what they want).
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  17. weblike
    • 2007 November 19, Nicolai Ouroussoff, “A Delicate Glass Roof With Links to the Past”, New York Times:
      Only a thin rubber seal a few feet deep connects the glass canopy to the original rooftops, so that its weblike structure seems to hover just above the roofline of the old stone building.
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  18. witnessless
    • 2007 November 19, David Kocieniewski, “Keeping Witnesses Off Stand to Keep Them Safe”, New York Times:
      But as murders have climbed across the state and with more than a dozen witnesses having been killed in the last five years building witnessless cases is seen as necessary.
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