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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-12-14 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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108200 tokens ‧ 76412 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9414 types ‧ 41 (~ 0.436%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-12-14[edit]

  1. antifat
    • 2007 December 14, Natasha Singer, “Clinics That Offered Antifat Injections Close”, New York Times:
      In the past week, 150 more consumers complained, said Christopher Thetford, a trade practice consultant at the Better Business Bureau. Mr. Thetford said his group hoped to help customers, who had to pay for the antifat shots up front, obtain refunds.
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  2. antisteroids
    • 2007 December 14, Duff Wilson, “Steroid Report Cites Collective Failure”, New York Times:
      The Toronto Blue Jays Frank Thomas, widely known for his antisteroids stance, was the only other active player who agreed to talk with Mr. Mitchells investigators.
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  3. biothermal
    • 2007 December 14, John M. Broder, “Industry Flexes Muscle, Weaker Energy Bill Passes”, New York Times:
      But some environmentalists said they were unhappy that the bill would not provide large incentives for expansion of renewable energy sources like wind, solar and biothermal.
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  4. boiseries *
    • 2007 December 14, Wendy Moonan, “The Fine Art of House Dismantling”, New York Times:
      Among the museums other period interiors are the Wrightsman rooms, which reopened in November, a suite of rooms furnished with 18th-century French furniture set in front of real 18th-century boiseries (paneling).
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  5. choros
    • 2007 December 14, Allan Kozinn, “Leaping Borders, Stylistic and Global”, New York Times:
      It later softened to suggest a 1940s tea room orchestra in a Cuban-inspired movement and a lilting choros band in the closing Brazilian pastiche.
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  6. ethanolamines
    • 2007 December 14, The Associated Press, “Dow Chemical Gets Kuwaiti Partner”, New York Times:
      It will make and market polyethylene, polypropylene and polycarbonate plastics, and ethylenamines and ethanolamines.
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  7. ethylenamines
    • 2007 December 14, The Associated Press, “Dow Chemical Gets Kuwaiti Partner”, New York Times:
      It will make and market polyethylene, polypropylene and polycarbonate plastics, and ethylenamines and ethanolamines.
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  8. expungements
    • 2007 December 14, Lynnley Browning, “Site That Tracks Brokers Questioned on Erased Cases”, New York Times:
      The study cited one mutual fund broker, Joseph R. Karsner IV, of Karsner & Associates, who was granted 18 expungements for 18 separate arbitration awards and customer complaints in 2006.
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  9. governator *
  10. groovemaster
    • 2007 December 14, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      ROBERT GLASPER WITH Q-TIP (Monday) A noted young jazz pianist, Robert Glasper is a groovemaster who lives on the border of hip-hop.
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  11. gubernator *
  12. insidery
  13. kulintang
    • 2007 December 14, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      Electric Kulintang, her percussive collaboration with Mr. Rodriguez, adds a stylish contemporary sheen to the chiming kulintang music of the Philippines.
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  14. lipodissolve
    • 2007 December 14, Natasha Singer, “Clinics That Offered Antifat Injections Close”, New York Times:
      The procedure, commonly referred to as lipodissolve, involves injections of drug compounds that have not been approved for cosmetic medical use by the Food and Drug Administration .
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  15. mathematic
    • 2007 December 14, Cornelia Dean, “Lice in Fish Farms Endanger Wild Salmon, Study Says”, New York Times:
      Mark Lewis, a mathematic ecologist at the University of Alberta and another of the researchers, said in a statement that containing the farms in closed pens or moving them offshore, away from rivers, might reduce the problem.
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  16. microcosmos
    • 2007 December 14, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      LUPE FIASCO (Tuesday) A talented and proudly goofy rapper from Chicago, Lupe Fiasco occupies an unusual middle ground between the microcosmos of alternative hip-hop and the glittery mainstream of Kanye West and Jay-Z. His newest, The Cool (Atlantic), to be released on Tuesday, is a concept album that drips with allegory, about a ghetto player with dice for eyes and a temptress with tattoos of past boyfriends like Al Capone and Alexander the Great.
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  17. midperiod
    • 2007 December 14, “Classical Music/Opera Listings”, New York Times:
      UN BALLO IN MASCHERA (Monday) Verdi s popular midperiod opera returns to the Met in Piero Faggionis grandly old-fashioned production, mounted for Luciano Pavarotti in 1990.
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  18. mimelike
    • 2007 December 14, Ken Johnson, “Roars of Argentinas Past, Murmurs of Its Present”, New York Times:
      Marina De Caro achieves only a strained whimsy in a video and photographs representing the mimelike antics of a person wearing a bulbous, stuffed orange stocking mask connected by a long neck to a second, balloon-filled head.
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  19. ney *
    • 2007 December 14, Allan Kozinn, “Leaping Borders, Stylistic and Global”, New York Times:
      His soloists were Yang Jing, who plays the pipa (a Chinese lute), and Bassam Saba, who performed on the oud (an Arabic lute), the ney (a Middle Eastern wooden flute) and the Western flute.
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  20. nonapology
  21. nongamers
    • 2007 December 14, Seth Schiesel, “Yes, Gamers, There Is Holiday Fun Without a Wii”, New York Times:
      The last months of the year are when game companies throw open their warehouses and when even nongamers get caught up trying to find the latest must-have title or system for a player they know and love.
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  22. nonhunters
    • 2007 December 14, Steven Rinella, “Locavore, Get Your Gun”, New York Times:
      Theres an obvious place to start: Even most nonhunters are aware of the deer overabundance in suburban areas.
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  23. nonprofane
    • 2007 December 14, Joe Lapointe, “Does Free Speech Give a Fan the Right to Heckle?”, New York Times:
      Tolbert said profanity was considered a violation of league policy but also that nonprofane comments could be deemed offensive if they prevented players from hearing their coach during a timeout.
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  24. overmedicated
  25. pikeen *
    • 2007 December 14, Ellen Barry, “Exiled to a War Zone, for His Safety”, New York Times:
      Six-, 7-, 8-year-old pikeen holding gun, Augustus said, using the Liberian English word for a child.
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  26. plotzed
  27. premortal
  28. sapropterin
  29. scaffoldings
    • 2007 December 14, Roberta Smith, “Lucian Freud Stripped Bare”, New York Times:
      The best show us sides of the image, like scaffoldings that have been partly draped with nets often hallucinatory patches of lines, gouges, hatching and crosshatching.
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  30. sensualism
    • 2007 December 14, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      It is also a celebration of French sensualism and an examination of the nature of consciousness.
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  31. smalltowny
    • 2007 December 14, Andy Newman, “In the Heart of Their Town, a Language All Its Own”, New York Times:
      And a linguistic journey into the heart of Staten Island leads inexorably to the Talk of the Town Tavern, a train-station bar on Great Killss very smalltowny main street, where Statenisms flow nearly as freely as the $2 draft mugs.
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  32. unmodernist
    • 2007 December 14, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      The creaky plywood floor he has laid down a replica of the one in his studio reinforces a sense of impurity and instability, unmodernist if not necessarily antimodernist, like late Ad Reinhardt.
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  33. unsated
  34. unwinking
    • 2007 December 14, “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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  35. viruslike
    • 2007 December 14, Ken Johnson, “Roars of Argentinas Past, Murmurs of Its Present”, New York Times:
      The 60s were such an occasion, a time when flouting traditional notions of what a work of art ought to be, do or look like seemed necessary to many ambitious artists not only in Europe and North America but also everywhere Conceptualism had reached in its viruslike global spread.
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