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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-12-08 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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73842 tokens ‧ 54531 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7582 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.211%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-12-08[edit]

  1. beamlike
    • 2007 December 8, Robert D. Mcfadden, “Two Window Washers Fall 47 Floors”, New York Times:
      Investigators said that the two workers were not tethered to safety harnesses, as required, and that new motorized cables on the ends of the 16-foot aluminum scaffold were not properly anchored to a beamlike track that circles the roof.
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  2. civilianized
    • 2007 December 8, Seth Mydans, “Months After Protests, Myanmar Junta in Control”, New York Times:
      The road map will, of course, lead to a military-dominated, civilianized government, which will perpetuate themselves in power, said David I. Steinberg, a leading expert on Myanmar at Georgetown University in Washington.
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  3. hippieish
    • 2007 December 8, Ginia Bellafante, “The Body Image War, Battle of Britain Edition”, New York Times:
      The third tries photographic therapy, which involves posing in front of a hippieish woman who takes provocative pictures of her meant to recalibrate her physical self-image.
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  4. macroeconomist
    • 2007 December 8, Peter S. Goodman, “Slowing Job Growth Seen as Ominous Sign for Economy”, New York Times:
      Financial markets can kiss goodbye any chance of a half-point cut, said Ellen Zentner, United States macroeconomist at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi in New York.
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  5. nonvisual
    • 2007 December 8, Allan Kozinn, “At the Shore, Although the Water Is Shallower”, New York Times:
      Throughout his career he has changed his scores to suit the circumstances, trimming them for recordings, for example, because he believes that nonvisual performances benefit from (relative) concision.
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  6. shuddery
    • 2007 December 8, Roslyn Sulcas, “Strings, Hip-Hop and Not a Little Randiness”, New York Times:
      Four women dance together, shuffling their feet, arching over one anothers bodies and running across the stage before stopping dead with shuddery little recoils of the chest.
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  7. textless
    • 2007 December 8, James R. Oestreich, “Delicate Singing and a Cow Call, Too”, New York Times:
      Several numbers were textless, sung to syllables in the Norwegian tradition evocatively named tulling, sulling or tralling.
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  8. tralling
    • 2007 December 8, James R. Oestreich, “Delicate Singing and a Cow Call, Too”, New York Times:
      Several numbers were textless, sung to syllables in the Norwegian tradition evocatively named tulling, sulling or tralling.
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  9. tulling
    • 2007 December 8, James R. Oestreich, “Delicate Singing and a Cow Call, Too”, New York Times:
      Several numbers were textless, sung to syllables in the Norwegian tradition evocatively named tulling, sulling or tralling.
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  10. unexcitable
    • 2007 December 8, Ian Fisher, “Defying Critics, Italys Leader Endures”, New York Times:
      But not Mr. Prodi, Italy s famously unexcitable prime minister, who, it can be reported, does not get worked up even when working out.
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  11. unprivileging
    • 2007 December 8, Verlyn Klinkenborg, “When Doris Lessing Meets Lady Mary Wortley Montagu”, New York Times:
      Its a way of unprivileging our own position as readers, reminding us, as Ms. Lessing does, that we are only one of the many sets of people who will leave traces of themselves during this planets existence.
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  12. urtext
    • 2007 December 8, Allan Kozinn, “At the Shore, Although the Water Is Shallower”, New York Times:
      The notion of an immutable, sacrosanct urtext the very thing musicologists sift historical evidence hoping to establish is entirely alien to him.
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  13. yardwork
    • 2007 December 8, Sarah Wheaton, “Huckabee Immigration Plan Emphasizes Security”, New York Times:
      Mr. Romney endured tough questioning from reporters in Des Moines yesterday about revelations last week that a yardwork company he employed was found for a second time to be using illegal immigrants.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. misdentified: typo/scanno for misidentified
    • 2007 December 8, Allan Kozinn, “At the Shore, Although the Water Is Shallower”, New York Times:
      A music review on Saturday about a concert version of Philip Glass s Einstein on the Beach, at Carnegie Hall , misdentified the tenor saxophone soloist in the Building/Train section.
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