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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-11-30 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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96859 tokens ‧ 70615 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8891 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.326%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-11-30[edit]

  1. antichoice
  2. aspirationalism
    • 2007 November 30, Ginia Bellafante, “Fighting Off Darkness in a New Land of Oz”, New York Times:
      Rewarding its heroines Im above this hole in the wall aspirationalism, Tin Man inverts whatever populism the original material espoused.
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  3. chimelike
    • 2007 November 30, Wendy Moonan, “From City to City, 20th-Century Art and Furniture”, New York Times:
      He is perhaps best known for his sounding sculptures, metal sculptures with masses of rods or wires that make chimelike sounds when touched or moved by the wind.
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  4. combatively
    • 2007 November 30, David W. Chen, “Former Governors Daughter Seeks a Congressional Seat in New Jersey”, New York Times:
      And she repeated a theme that her mother sounded in her book Its My Party Too: The Battle for the Heart of the G.O.P. and the Future of America a combatively ideological prescription for a more centrist party that the former governor wrote after stepping down unhappily as head of the federal Environmental Protection Agency under President Bush.
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  5. counterattacker
    • 2007 November 30, Christopher Clarey, “Russia Decides to Keep Davydenko in Reserve”, New York Times:
      Until this season, Davydenko was by far the most obscure member of the top five: a counterattacker with lateral quickness who had trouble attracting sponsorship or center-court assignments at major tournaments.
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  6. floorwork
  7. foldup
  8. huldufolk
    • 2007 November 30, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      THE MYTHS AND MAGIC OF ICELAND: A VOYAGE THROUGH ICELANDIC CHILDRENS LITERATURE (Saturday) American children know all about fairies, trolls and elves, but what about huldufolk (hidden people)?
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  9. hyperenthusiastic
  10. intradivisional
    • 2007 November 30, The Associated Press, “League Alters Scheduling and Approves Sale of Predators”, New York Times:
      After the lockout, the N.H.L. returned with a determination to fuel intradivisional rivalries with the new eight-game format, but players and fans grew to dislike the schedules monotony and the reduced chances to see the other conferences biggest stars.
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  11. juxtapositioning
    • 2007 November 30, Roberta Smith, “In Galleries, a Nervy Opening Volley”, New York Times:
      Collage and assemblage have been dominant strategies since the early 1980s, when both the appropriation artists and the Neo-Expressionists started cutting, pasting, layering and juxtapositioning to one end or another.
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  12. nongamers
  13. nonpretentious
  14. nontariff
    • 2007 November 30, Steven R. Weisman, “China Agrees to Remove Certain Export Subsidies”, New York Times:
      Lately, however, the administration has charged that China has become more protectionist in crucial areas by erecting nontariff barriers through the use of increasingly sophisticated regulations and government-imposed standards that hurt foreign companies but help domestic ones.
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  15. nonwriting
    • 2007 November 30, Bill Carter, “TV Host to Pay Some of His Staff”, New York Times:
      Conan OBrien , the host of NBCs Late Night show, has agreed to pay nonwriting staff members on his show their regular salaries starting on Monday if the strike by scriptwriters against networks and studios is not resolved.
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  16. overmilk
  17. phoenixlike
  18. proactivity
    • 2007 November 30, Lynn Zinser, “Rangers Win Game According to Plan”, New York Times:
      Theres a marked difference in his energy on the ice, in his proactivity, if there is such a thing, Rangers Coach Tom Renney said of Jagr.
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  19. pteranodon
    • 2007 November 30, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      Expect to see species including the apatosaurus, the pteranodon and the tenontosaurus moving and vocalizing at this exhibition, as well as their present-day descendants in the zoos new 13,500-square-foot reptile wing.
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  20. scarecrowlike
    • 2007 November 30, Roslyn Sulcas, “A Seascape Dotted by Chaotic Bursts”, New York Times:
      But in a final section, Mr. Koike floats the silver-costumed dancers in near- Baroque displays of slow, courtly movement around two seated scarecrowlike cloth figures, one with a television for a head.
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  21. stagescape
    • 2007 November 30, Roslyn Sulcas, “A Seascape Dotted by Chaotic Bursts”, New York Times:
      Its austere aesthetic (a bluish-gray backdrop and vaporous lighting, a few chairs, an overturned bicycle, a ships mast center stage) and slow, stylized pace are often reminiscent of a Robert Wilson stagescape.
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  22. superspecies
    • 2007 November 30, Ginia Bellafante, “Fighting Off Darkness in a New Land of Oz”, New York Times:
      She was right to want more, essentially because she is more, part of a well-meaning superspecies that really ought to be running the show.
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  23. tenontosaurus
    • 2007 November 30, Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, New York Times:
      Expect to see species including the apatosaurus, the pteranodon and the tenontosaurus moving and vocalizing at this exhibition, as well as their present-day descendants in the zoos new 13,500-square-foot reptile wing.
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  24. uncheerful
  25. unplayed
    • 2007 November 30, “Familiar With Emo, Intimate With Upbeat”, New York Times:
      The best Paramore songs are buoyant, guitar-powered anthems like Whoa (which went, sadly, unplayed) and Born for This, as well as Misery Business, the final encore, and Crushcrushcrush, the new single.
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  26. unstill
    • 2007 November 30, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      His early work includes a photograph of him trussed and tied to a rather slender tree branch, a black cube filled to the brim with printers ink and a series of objects on a table that rotate slowly and almost imperceptibly, creating an unstill life.
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  27. unwinking
    • 2007 November 30, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      But for a satisfying stretch, it works real magic both by sending up stereotypes and through the twinkling, unwinking performance of its superb star, Amy Adams .
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  28. videotapers
    • 2007 November 30, “Arts, Briefly”, New York Times:
      His arrest was made possible in part after a $5,000 night-vision system to detect digital-camera lenses was installed in the Guzzo Lacordaire multiplex cinema, described as a target of illegal videotapers. Mr. Hache faces a fine or up to two years in prison if found guilty of recording a movie without a theaters permission and a fine or up to five years in prison if convicted of recording for commercial gain.
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