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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-12-29 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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74764 tokens ‧ 54494 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7265 types ‧ 17 (~ 0.234%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-12-29[edit]

  1. blitzers
    • 2007 December 29, Carl Nelson, “Patriots (15-0) at Giants (10-5)”, New York Times:
      Still, if Giants blitzers can get in Bradys face, if the corners can mug Moss and Wes Welker at the line of scrimmage, if Manning can find creases between slow linebackers and if Ahmad Bradshaw can duplicate the speed Giants fans have not seen since Homer Jones, then ... thats why they play the game.
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  2. chokingest
  3. multiride
    • 2007 December 29, Ken Belson, “Port Authority to Vote Friday on Proposal to Increase Tolls and Fares”, New York Times:
      The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will raise fares on its bridges and tunnels in New York City, and while the base fare on city subways and buses will remain $2, MetroCard users will pay more for multiride tickets and see their discounts shrink.
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  4. neuroinflammation
    • 2007 December 29, Paul Steinberg, “The Hangover That Lasts”, New York Times:
      We have come to think so. Dr. Crews has shown that the cingulate cortex in the human brain shows signs of neuroinflammation after repeated alcohol binges, similar to that in rats.
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  5. neurotoxicity
    • 2007 December 29, Paul Steinberg, “The Hangover That Lasts”, New York Times:
      This circling occurs, Dr. Crews says, because the former binge-drinking rats continued to show neurotoxicity in the hippocampus long after (in rat years) becoming sober.
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  6. nongambling
  7. nonpark
    • 2007 December 29, Ray Rivera, “State Senator Calls for Review of Coney Island Project”, New York Times:
      The advisory opinion, issued Nov. 30, does not address the Coney Island plan directly, but contends that an environmental impact review, a process that could take a year or more, is required for any change in public parkland to nonpark use, and must be completed before state approval is sought.
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  8. nonrappers
    • 2007 December 29, Kelefa Sanneh, “Rap Reunion for a Group That Didnt Break Up”, New York Times:
      New York rappers like New York nonrappers, perhaps have long been known for their exquisite gruffness, and the LOX take this tradition to giddy (or grim) heights.
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  9. overidentifies
  10. pockmarking
    • 2007 December 29, Susan Saulny, “Detroit Considers Sale of Citys Small Parks”, New York Times:
      Save for a rusty, seatless swing set, the Brinket-Hibbard Playlot resembles many vacant lots pockmarking Detroits hardscrabble east side.
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  11. propofol
    • 2007 December 29, “Corrections”, New York Times:
      An article in Business Day on Friday about a health insurers decision to curtail payment for propofol, an anesthetic sometimes used in colonoscopies, misstated the class of Versed, another drug often administered for the procedure.
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  12. recessionlike
    • 2007 December 29, “Cash-Strapped Consumers”, New York Times:
      Thats because even optimistic growth forecasts about 1.5 percent for this quarter and next are too tepid to counter recessionlike conditions in which job growth slows, unemployment rises and paychecks shrink or disappear.
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  13. rereconciled
  14. showband
    • 2007 December 29, The Associated Press, “Joe Dolan, Pop Singer From Irelands Showband Era, Dies at 68”, New York Times:
      Mr. Dolan, a lifelong bachelor, is survived by his brother Ben, who performed with him in his original 1960s showband, the Drifters; his other brothers, Paddy and Vincent; and his sisters, Dympna and Imelda.
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  15. ticketless
  16. triplecast
    • 2007 December 29, Judy Battista, “For Patriots, 16-0 Could Be Forgotten, but Not 19-0”, New York Times:
      Interest in the game, which could complete for the Patriots the first 16-0 regular season in N.F.L. history, has prompted an unprecedented national triplecast by television networks and a flurry of ticket scalping.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. semirecombobulated: nonce