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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-12-18 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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100832 tokens ‧ 74837 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9181 types ‧ 44 (~ 0.479%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-12-18[edit]

  1. allopurinol
    • 2007 December 18, Abby Aguirre, “Persevering Despite Muggers and a Nighttime Commute”, New York Times:
      Once home, she heats chicken soup, a foundation for the fistful of pills she takes before going to bed: Vytorin for high cholesterol, allopurinol and colchicine for gout.
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  2. antispeculative
    • 2007 December 18, Martin Fackler, “Home Prices in South Korea Stalling at a High Point”, New York Times:
      They say that even if a new president reverses Mr. Rohs antispeculative measures, prices are just as likely to fall or even collapse as they are to resume climbing.
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  3. dominolike
    • 2007 December 18, Martin Fackler, “Home Prices in South Korea Stalling at a High Point”, New York Times:
      Across the country, dominolike rows of identical high-rise apartments have sprung up, while armies of bulldozers and cranes transform farmland into dozens of New Towns and Innovative Cities.
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  4. duked
  5. duking
    • 2007 December 18, Andrew Jacobs, “Keeper of an Unlikely Trove, Gutenberg to Warhol”, New York Times:
      Watch out, watch out, here it comes, he said, cracking open a battery-powered Star Wars book that featured Han Solo and Darth Vader duking it out with sabers fashioned from glow sticks.
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  6. embryoniclike
    • 2007 December 18, “New Paths to Stem Cells (1 Letter)”, New York Times:
      Re Risk Taking is in His Genes (Dec. 11): The discovery by Dr. Shinya Yamanaka in Japan and, separately, by Dr. James Thomson in Wisconsin that adult skin cells can be reprogrammed to an embryoniclike state opens the door to the facile creation of stem cells from a variety of genetic donors, including those with inherited forms of Alzheimers and other diseases.
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  7. ethnomusicological
  8. fatherlessness
    • 2007 December 18, David Brooks, “The Obama-Clinton Issue”, New York Times:
      Obama did not respond to his fatherlessness or his racial predicament with anger and rage, but as questions for investigation, conversation and synthesis.
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  9. felodipine
  10. gallerygoers
    • 2007 December 18, Carol Vogel, “A Big Gift for the Met: The Arbus Archives”, New York Times:
      Two years ago gallerygoers had a chance to discover the personal side of Diane Arbus in a retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art .
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  11. gribenes
    • 2007 December 18, Jennifer 8. Lee, “The Second Avenue Deli, Now in Midtown, Reopens”, New York Times:
      Heaping plates of latkes, kugel and pastrami were passed around the 65-seat dining area and free challah, cole slaw and gribenes (fried chicken skin rendered in chicken fat, good for Atkins) were distributed at every table.
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  12. grupero
    • 2007 December 18, James C. Mckinley Jr., “Songs of Love and Murder, Silenced by Killings”, New York Times:
      We are in shock, because its a weird thing that in one week three members of the grupero wave would be killed, Jos ngel Medina, the leader of the group Patrulla 81, told reporters after the recent killings.
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  13. hepatozoonosis
    • 2007 December 18, Erica Goode, “Pet Ferret Hit by an Arrow? Heres a Book for You”, New York Times:
      But she added that equal space in the manual seemed to be given to very common illnesses for instance, immune mediated hemolytic anemia , which she said was common in dogs and that the hospital sees a few times a week in summer and to disorders like hepatozoonosis, a parasitic disease affecting dogs and cats, which the hospital sees rarely, if at all.
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  14. humanistically
  15. hyperarticulately
    • 2007 December 18, Jennifer Dunning, “3 Apes Capering and a Juggler A-Leaping”, New York Times:
      Even more than the gorillas, these nonhumans moved hyperarticulately, each little shift suggesting emotions from despair to triumph.
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  16. librarylike
    • 2007 December 18, Carol Vogel, “A Big Gift for the Met: The Arbus Archives”, New York Times:
      In addition to the portraits that made her famous powerfully unsettling photographs of dwarfs, transvestites and everyday people the Met filled librarylike rooms with her photographic equipment, pages from her diaries, books from her home and studio and family pictures.
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  17. narcocorridos
    • 2007 December 18, James C. Mckinley Jr., “Songs of Love and Murder, Silenced by Killings”, New York Times:
      Others had composed ballads known as narcocorridos, glorifying the shadow world of drug dealers and hit men, which can offend other drug dealers and hit men.
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  18. neoprimitivism
  19. nondiscounted
    • 2007 December 18, Jane L. Levere, “Holiday Specials”, New York Times:
      In Milan, the Principe di Savoia is charging 275 to 300 euros ($396 to $432) for a standard room through the month of December, compared with the nondiscounted rate of 590 euros; this rate is available only through the hotels Web site.
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  20. nonwriting
    • 2007 December 18, Bill Carter, “Amid Strike, 2 NBC Hosts Will Return to the Air”, New York Times:
      But the executive producers of both programs said they believed that an exception might be made for the late-night shows because the hosts had been paying the salaries of their nonwriting staff members.
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  21. overbroad
  22. preadmission
    • 2007 December 18, “Troubled Manhattan Commercial College to Close”, New York Times:
      In September, the Board of Regents said that commercial schools could no longer use the preadmission test that Interboro was using to determine whether students without high school diplomas had the ability to benefit from higher education, and thus be eligible for financial aid.
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  23. protohuman
  24. radiotelescope
    • 2007 December 18, Dennis Overbye, “Cosmic Clash”, New York Times:
      The astronomers, led by Dan Evans of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Mass., combined data from the Hubble Space Telescope; the Chandra X-Ray Observatory; the Very Large Array radio telescope in Socorro, N.M.; and the Merlin radiotelescope array operated by the Jodrell Bank Observatory in Britain.
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  25. reichsmarks
    • 2007 December 18, Alan Feuer, “A Lawsuit Will Determine the Fate of 2 Picassos”, New York Times:
      Beyond personal assets of 1.7 million reichsmarks (about $684,000 today), there was the villa, Schloss Brnicke; the town house in Berlin; property on the grounds of a royal palace; and holdings in the Netherlands, Belgium and England.
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  26. retargeting
  27. rootlike
  28. superexposed
  29. turtlelike
  30. unneutered
    • 2007 December 18, Erica Goode, “Pet Ferret Hit by an Arrow? Heres a Book for You”, New York Times:
      And it cant hurt to know that that strong musty smell is coming from your unneutered ferret, that a chunk of avocado could kill your cockatiel and that you should never, ever pick up a gerbil by its tail.
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  31. whalebones
  32. whalefalls

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