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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-20 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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82630 tokens ‧ 61332 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8149 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.27%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-20[edit]

  1. antiepileptics
    • 2007 November 20, Jane E. Brody, “Many Treatments Can Ease Chronic Pain”, New York Times:
      Several classes of drugs originally marketed for other uses are now part of the pain control armamentarium antidepressants , especially the S.N.R.I.s like venlafaxine (Effexor) and duloxetine (Cymbalta ); antiepileptics like gabapentin (Neurontin ) and pregabalin (Lyrica); and muscle relaxants like baclofen (Lioresal) and dantrolene sodium (Dantrium).
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  2. apodemes
    • 2007 November 20, C. Claiborne Ray, “Ant Power”, New York Times:
      The muscles are attached either directly to internal protrusions of its external skeleton, called apodemes, or indirectly, by filaments attached to the connection points.
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  3. aspirinlike
    • 2007 November 20, Jane E. Brody, “Many Treatments Can Ease Chronic Pain”, New York Times:
      Nsaids must not be combined with one another or any aspirinlike drug, but they can be used safely with acetaminophen (Tylenol).
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  4. blasphemist
  5. celecoxib
  6. copycatting
    • 2007 November 20, Stuart Elliott, “Imitation Hits the Marketing Business. Again.”, New York Times:
      The issue of what constitutes originality in ads and what might instead be homage, borrowing, mimicry, copycatting or plagiarism has been vexing industry professionals for decades.
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  7. lefse
    • 2007 November 20, Monica Davey, “For Children of Norway, a Rift With the Mother Country”, New York Times:
      We treasure the heritage more here than they do in Norway itself, said Audrey Amundson of Starbuck, Minn., which sealed its place in history in 1983 by cooking what residents insist was the worlds biggest lefse, a Norwegian flatbread made of potatoes, cream and flour.
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  8. lutefisk
    • 2007 November 20, Monica Davey, “For Children of Norway, a Rift With the Mother Country”, New York Times:
      MINNEAPOLIS Around a table at Ingebretsens, an 86-year-old market stocked with Norwegian staples like lutefisk, meatballs and fruit soup, the women of the Monday knitting club were upset.
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  9. metallics
  10. midscale
    • 2007 November 20, Joe Sharkey, “Pioneer Lodging Chain Aims to Get Its Consistency Back”, New York Times:
      Bjorn Hanson, the head analyst at the hospitality division of PricewaterhouseCoopers, called the refurbishing a deft move by Holiday Inn to burnish its image in the midscale market.
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  11. milliunits
  12. misfirings
  13. morphinelike
    • 2007 November 20, Jane E. Brody, “Many Treatments Can Ease Chronic Pain”, New York Times:
      By far the most important class of drugs for moderate to severe chronic pain are the opioids: morphine and morphinelike drugs.
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  14. nontwin
  15. parkinsonism
    • 2007 November 20, Michiko Kakutani, “Power to Soothe the Savage Breast and Animate the Hemispheres”, New York Times:
      In Dr. Sacks view, music can aid aphasics and patients with parkinsonism, and it can help orient and anchor patients with advanced dementia because musical perception, musical sensibility, musical emotion and musical memory can survive long after other forms of memory have disappeared.
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  16. pregabalin
    • 2007 November 20, Jane E. Brody, “Many Treatments Can Ease Chronic Pain”, New York Times:
      Several classes of drugs originally marketed for other uses are now part of the pain control armamentarium antidepressants , especially the S.N.R.I.s like venlafaxine (Effexor) and duloxetine (Cymbalta ); antiepileptics like gabapentin (Neurontin ) and pregabalin (Lyrica); and muscle relaxants like baclofen (Lioresal) and dantrolene sodium (Dantrium).
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  17. prestorm
    • 2007 November 20, Adam Nossiter, “Whites Take a Majority on New Orleanss Council”, New York Times:
      The low number called into question recent optimistic estimates that the citys population had attained as much as two-thirds of its prestorm level, which was about 450,000.
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  18. presurgery
  19. ringspot
  20. rosemaling
    • 2007 November 20, Monica Davey, “For Children of Norway, a Rift With the Mother Country”, New York Times:
      Maybe Norway sees the Midwest no longer as a current diplomatic interest but rather as some cultural collection place for the past, with its treasured rosemaling art exhibits, its Norwegian bachelor farmers of Garrison Keillor s radio program, its museum in Decorah, Iowa, that is devoted to Norwegian-Americans.
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  21. unremunerative
    • 2007 November 20, Jaron Lanier, “Pay Me for My Content”, New York Times:
      INTERNET idealists like me have long had an easy answer for creative types like the striking screenwriters in Hollywood who feel threatened by the unremunerative nature of our new Eden: stop whining and figure out how to join the party!
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  22. violinistic

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