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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-12-10 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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76962 tokens ‧ 56614 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7820 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.294%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-12-10[edit]

  1. ambulettes
  2. antisubversion
    • 2007 December 10, Simon Romero, “Ex-President Stands Trial in Edgy Peru”, New York Times:
      President Fujimori will support a two-tiered antisubversion plan, read a secret August 1990 memo from the United States Embassy in Lima, citing a former intelligence officer as its source.
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  3. botrytis
    • 2007 December 10, Eric Asimov, “Alois Kracher, Austrian Winemaker and Advocate, Is Dead at 48”, New York Times:
      Today, Austria, one of the worlds oldest wine regions, is much admired for its peppery grner veltliners; dry, pure, intensely minerally rieslings; and dense, nectarlike sweet wines enhanced by botrytis, the famous noble rot, which concentrates flavors and sugars.
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  4. bummy
    • 2007 December 10, Kelefa Sanneh, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      But theres something ugly about the way Beanie Sigel lays into a broke man and then, in the second verse, a broke woman: You rock Gucci this and that, but your kids bummy/You lettin strangers claim em for income-tax money.
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  5. cantilevering
  6. hucksterish
    • 2007 December 10, Anne Barnard, “No Longer the City of Bonfire in Flames”, New York Times:
      Skewering everyone from self-absorbed Wall Street millionaires to hucksterish street politicians, the sprawling satire painted a picture of a New York declining inexorably into racial conflict, crime and greed.
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  7. jornaleros
  8. kafirs
    • 2007 December 10, Kelefa Sanneh, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      In The Day, a thunderous track based on Black Sabbaths War Pigs, he finds himself shirking the demands of his Muslim faith: Five prayers are declared, but I barely get two in/Fornicatin with these kafirs, my life is in ruins.
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  9. mariachis
    • 2007 December 10, Lawrence Downes, “Showdown in Arizona, Where Mariachis and Minutemen Collide”, New York Times:
      For the last seven weeks, a sidewalk protest here by Latino immigrants has blossomed into a feverish reality show, attracting Minutemen, mariachis, children dancing in Mexican folk costumes, white racists, United Nations observers, Phoenix police officers and Maricopa County sheriffs deputies.
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  10. minerally
    • 2007 December 10, Eric Asimov, “Alois Kracher, Austrian Winemaker and Advocate, Is Dead at 48”, New York Times:
      Today, Austria, one of the worlds oldest wine regions, is much admired for its peppery grner veltliners; dry, pure, intensely minerally rieslings; and dense, nectarlike sweet wines enhanced by botrytis, the famous noble rot, which concentrates flavors and sugars.
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  11. nectarlike
    • 2007 December 10, Eric Asimov, “Alois Kracher, Austrian Winemaker and Advocate, Is Dead at 48”, New York Times:
      Today, Austria, one of the worlds oldest wine regions, is much admired for its peppery grner veltliners; dry, pure, intensely minerally rieslings; and dense, nectarlike sweet wines enhanced by botrytis, the famous noble rot, which concentrates flavors and sugars.
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  12. nonjargony
    • 2007 December 10, Edward Rothstein, “Herodotus Now: Omnivorous Curiosity and Double Vision”, New York Times:
      The appendices, nonjargony bits of scholarship by various authors, come at Herodotus from as many perspectives as he brings to his inquiries: Herodotus and Athenian government, Herodotus and tyranny, Herodotus and the poets.
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  13. optimizers
    • 2007 December 10, Noam Cohen, “Paying for Free Web Information”, New York Times:
      They simultaneously try to curry favor with these sites, hiring people known as optimizers with magical incantations to make articles show up high on the results pages and drive traffic, all the while grumbling that maybe, perhaps, it isnt fair for the search engines to make copies of their material so that it can be searched or appear on aggregation sites like Google News without compensation.
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  14. polacca *
    • 2007 December 10, Alastair Macaulay, “Emeralds, Rubies and Diamonds Reveal Facets of a Companys Style”, New York Times:
      The way the choral lines of Emeralds responded to the soloists here showed what Balanchine learned from Fokines romantic Sylphides, and the polacca end of Diamonds revealed Balanchines debt to The Sleeping Beauty.
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  15. prismatically
  16. reorchestrated
  17. restacked
    • 2007 December 10, “What to Do About Indian Point?”, New York Times:
      Further, Indian Points spent fuel pools are built only partly below grade; have been restacked to contain far more high-level wastes than the original design estimated; have been leaking radioactive elements into the groundwater below the plant for years; and are so full that Indian Point is laying a large, open concrete slab to hold the overflow of deadly wastes.
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  18. shopfest
  19. unspayed
  20. veltliners
    • 2007 December 10, Eric Asimov, “Alois Kracher, Austrian Winemaker and Advocate, Is Dead at 48”, New York Times:
      Today, Austria, one of the worlds oldest wine regions, is much admired for its peppery grner veltliners; dry, pure, intensely minerally rieslings; and dense, nectarlike sweet wines enhanced by botrytis, the famous noble rot, which concentrates flavors and sugars.
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  21. whiteface
    • 2007 December 10, Janet Maslin, “Cops Wife Spiraling Out of Control in Chicago”, New York Times:
      Craig has gotten himself entree into a dangerous Chinatown card game, where he is playing the role of the malleable whiteface, the unlucky Irishman known as Mickey in order to infiltrate the drug-dealing operations of Asian gang members.
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