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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-12-26 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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69765 tokens ‧ 51574 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7734 types ‧ 25 (~ 0.323%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-12-26[edit]

  1. bloodworm
    • 2007 December 26, Nathaniel Vinton, “A Fishing Scene Set in Icy Maine”, New York Times:
      Above these troughs hang a series of lines, attached to pegs near the ceiling, so an angler could potentially sink dozens of hooks at once, each baited with a segment of bloodworm.
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  2. chiffonade
  3. cotechino *
    • 2007 December 26, Frank Bruni, “Best New Dishes”, New York Times:
      INSIEMES LESSO MISTO Its the best version of bollito misto made here with veal tongue, beef cheek, chicken and cotechino Ive had in New York.
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  4. intercuts
    • 2007 December 26, Matt Zoller Seitz, “Sunshine Daydream, With Pointed Point of View”, New York Times:
      At one point Jane, who has somehow ended up at the meat-packing plant that employs the delivery men, deflects a supervisors ire by claiming to be a union organizer, then fantasizes launching into a Marxist soliloquy about industrial oppression of labor. Mr. Araki intercuts Janes rant with unsettling close-ups of meat being sliced, ground and liquefied.
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  5. lovability
    • 2007 December 26, Mark Leibovich, “In New Hampshire, Oh, Those Empty Seats”, New York Times:
      By the next day, during a visit to a Y.W.C.A. in Manchester, Mrs. Clinton had aced likability and had moved on to lovability.
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  6. mofongo
    • 2007 December 26, Julia Moskin, “A Celebration of the New Year Ushers in a Bit of Japan”, New York Times:
      She uses broccoli rabe instead of aka takana (spicy mustard greens), shops in the Caribbean markets of her Washington Heights neighborhood for batatas rather than Japanese satsumaimo (yellow sweet potatoes), and has learned to love the local mofongo, the Dominican version of mashed plantains with lots of garlic.
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  7. ozoni *
    • 2007 December 26, Julia Moskin, “A Celebration of the New Year Ushers in a Bit of Japan”, New York Times:
      Takako Ishikawa, a friend of Ms. Hashimoto who has lived in New York for many years (she and her husband run an upscale hair salon in Midtown) serves ozoni with a single slice of kamaboko and a small snowfall of bonito flakes. Ms. Ishikawa was raised in Nagoya, the belly of the sea horse, she said, referring to the shape of the Japanese archipelago.
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  8. piquillo
    • 2007 December 26, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      BOLO The last piquillo pepper will be served on Dec. 31, to make way for the lobby of a new condominium.
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  9. prankishly
    • 2007 December 26, Matt Zoller Seitz, “Sunshine Daydream, With Pointed Point of View”, New York Times:
      Despite its laid-back script, Smiley Face is as prankishly political as Mr. Arakis Doom Generation, evincing a deep unease with the media-saturated capitalist nation that Jane crawls inside her bong to escape.
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  10. rerendering
    • 2007 December 26, Matt Zoller Seitz, “Master Portraitist, Writ Large Himself”, New York Times:
      More mesmerizing, however, is the attention that Ms. Cajori, who died in August of 2006, devotes to Mr. Closes process, which entails blowing up photographs by way of a grid system and rerendering each section as a huge, abstracted square.
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  11. satsumaimo
    • 2007 December 26, Julia Moskin, “A Celebration of the New Year Ushers in a Bit of Japan”, New York Times:
      She uses broccoli rabe instead of aka takana (spicy mustard greens), shops in the Caribbean markets of her Washington Heights neighborhood for batatas rather than Japanese satsumaimo (yellow sweet potatoes), and has learned to love the local mofongo, the Dominican version of mashed plantains with lots of garlic.
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  12. shadowiness
  13. shiro *
  14. supermaxi
    • 2007 December 26, The Associated Press, “From Sydney, Attempting to Tie Record”, New York Times:
      The Victorian state supermaxi Skandia, which won in 2003, was also expected to be near the head of the fleet.
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  15. tardive *
  16. underplate
    • 2007 December 26, Florence Fabricant, “Pairings”, New York Times:
      And to serve with panache, use individual shallow ramekins for the final baking, placing each on a folded napkin on an underplate.
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  17. vendange *
  18. wheely
    • 2007 December 26, “Oops! My Rolling Bag Just Crushed Your Toe”, New York Times:
      Thanks to those with their wheely suitcases, navigating around Midtown Manhattan, especially at this time of year, is like playing a game of dodge em.
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