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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-01-08 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-03).

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101040 tokens ‧ 75289 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9070 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.342%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-01-08[edit]

  1. antibullying
    • 2008 January 8, “Now on the Governor’s Desk”, New York Times:
      The bill would also establish a state commission that would study how to make antibullying laws more effective.
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  2. bugkeepers
  3. cath *
    • 2008 January 8, “A Doctor’s Apology (2 Letters)”, New York Times:
      And, as a human, it is understandable that he could not bring himself to do this “in the cath lab, while everyone was watching.”
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  4. continuers
  5. crustose
  6. eflornithine
    • 2008 January 8, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “Jump-Start on Slow Trek to Treatment for a Disease”, New York Times:
      Dr. Pécoul hopes to have more countries switch to a mix of seven days of eflornithine twice a day — so that night nurses are not needed — plus seven days of nifurtimox, an oral drug that kills protozoa but is ineffective alone.
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  7. entrencher
  8. fexinidazole
  9. greaseboard
    • 2008 January 8, Shaila Dewan, “A Safety-Net Hospital Falls Into Financial Crisis”, New York Times:
      Its outdated technology is obvious in the emergency room, where patients are tracked not by computer but by hand on a greaseboard and on forms passed from tray to tray.
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  10. maplike
    • 2008 January 8, Edward Wyatt, “An Art Donor Opts to Hold On to His Collection”, New York Times:
      He also gave $10 million for the acquisition of works, which Mr. Broad said had already been spent on two pieces: a Richard Serra sculpture, “Band,” and a maplike tapestry by the artist Alighiero Boetti.
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  11. melarsoprol
  12. mipomersen
    • 2008 January 8, Andrew Pollack, “Genzyme Wins Cholesterol Drug Deal”, New York Times:
      That might make it a logical partner for the first use of mipomersen, as a treatment for the rare disease.
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  13. nifurtimox
    • 2008 January 8, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “Jump-Start on Slow Trek to Treatment for a Disease”, New York Times:
      Dr. Pécoul hopes to have more countries switch to a mix of seven days of eflornithine twice a day — so that night nurses are not needed — plus seven days of nifurtimox, an oral drug that kills protozoa but is ineffective alone.
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  14. noncalcifying
  15. nonlicensed
    • 2008 January 8, “Progress on Guns”, New York Times:
      Having taken this much-needed step, the gun lobby should now join with gun control advocates to close another dangerous loophole: the one that permits nonlicensed dealers to sell firearms at gun shows without conducting any background check whatsoever.
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  16. nonlife
    • 2008 January 8, Natalie Angier, “Tiny Specks of Misery, Both Vile and Useful”, New York Times:
      Many scientists view viruses, with their lack of autonomous means of metabolism or reproduction, as straddling the border between life and nonlife.
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  17. overmedication
  18. patentholder
    • 2008 January 8, Donald G. Mcneil Jr., “Jump-Start on Slow Trek to Treatment for a Disease”, New York Times:
      The advantage of adopting an abandoned drug is that the former patentholder has usually done the chemical analyses, animal studies and, sometimes, early human trials, saving millions of dollars.
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  19. pretassel
  20. ruginodis
  21. semisubmerged
    • 2008 January 8, Andrew C. Revkin, “In Greenland, Ice and Instability”, New York Times:
      Most important, many glaciologists say, is the breakup of huge semisubmerged clots of ice where some large Greenland glaciers, particularly along the west coast, squeeze through fjords as they meet the warming ocean.
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  22. sewerlike
  23. tagalong
  24. uneconomically
  25. unilluminating
    • 2008 January 8, Michiko Kakutani, “One by One, Narratives Reflecting Life’s Mosaic”, New York Times:
      “J. Johnson” by Mr. Hornby (with illustrations by Posy Simmonds) is a silly and unilluminating sendup of the blurbs about authors that appear on book jackets.
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  26. wideband
    • 2008 January 8, Tim Arango, “Comcast Plans to Offer a Huge Menu of Films”, New York Times:
      Also on Tuesday, Comcast will show off a technology called wideband that significantly reduces the amount of time it takes to download a movie from the Internet
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