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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-01-15 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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101652 tokens ‧ 75308 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9132 types ‧ 44 (~ 0.482%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-01-15[edit]

  1. airfreighted
  2. antigravitational
    • 2008 January 15, Dennis Overbye, “Big Brain Theory: Have Cosmologists Lost Theirs?”, New York Times:
      The linchpin of the Big Bang is thought to be an explosive moment known as inflation, during which space became suffused with energy that had an antigravitational effect and ballooned violently outward, ironing the kinks and irregularities out of what is now the observable universe and endowing primordial chaos with order.
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  3. bearhugging
    • 2008 January 15, Harvey Araton, “In Big Ways and Small, the Giants Grew Into a Team”, New York Times:
      All around the Giants are signs and symbols of change and progression, from the once-isolated head coach, who was spotted Sunday night triumphantly bearhugging a player, to the acutely boyish quarterback, who stepped to the podium wearing the flattering look of whiskered grunge.
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  4. bejel
    • 2008 January 15, John Noble Wilford, “Genetic Study Bolsters Columbus Link to Syphilis”, New York Times:
      In the New World, the infecting organisms for nonvenereal syphilis, known as bejel, and yaws were transmitted by skin-to-skin and oral contact, more often in children.
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  5. braggadoccio
  6. cuchifritos
    • 2008 January 15, Timothy Williams, “Sweet Potatolicious, and Other Healthy Recipes for East Harlem”, New York Times:
      East Harlem, home to a cornucopia of fried foods that cover a range ethnic tastes — tostones, chicken fried steak, pork rinds, egg rolls, refried beans, cuchifritos, French fries and onion rings, among others — has a bad reputation when it comes to good nutrition.
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  7. doctorfish
  8. dracaena *
  9. dracaenas *
  10. frittedda
    • 2008 January 15, Timothy Williams, “Sweet Potatolicious, and Other Healthy Recipes for East Harlem”, New York Times:
      Recipes include collard greens flavored with a vegetable base and brown sugar, from MoBay Uptown restaurant; frittedda, a Sicilian fava bean stew, from the owners of Settepani Bakery; sweet potatolicious, made with sweet potatoes, pineapple and apple sauce, from Marion L. Bell, the first vice chairwoman of the Metropolitan Hospital Center’s community advisory board; Camaradas vegetarian mofongo, a dish made up of mashed fried plantains, from Camaradas el Barrio; soulful stuffed sole, from One Fish Two Fish Restaurant; creole salad with bittersweet dressing, from Creole Restaurant and Music Supper Club; and quinoa banana muffins, from Stefania Patinella, manager of the food and nutrition programs at the Children’s Aid Society .
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  11. hyperacusis
  12. intercave
    • 2008 January 15, Henry Fountain, “Sightless Parent Fish Don’t Produce Just Sightless Hybrids”, New York Times:
      “When you make an intercave hybrid, the strong characteristics of one population complement the weak characteristics of the other,” Dr. Borowsky said, with a result that some of the hybrids can see.
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  13. kotolike
  14. machoness
  15. maracatu
  16. mbalax
    • 2008 January 15, Jon Pareles, “To See (and Hear) the World in Five Hours: Unique Sounds Ripe for Import”, New York Times:
      Another local style — the Senegalese funk called mbalax — arrived with the singer Fallou Dieng, a protégé of the Senegalese superstar Youssou N’Dour . Mr. Dieng’s band, Le DLC, could rival his mentor’s band with its cantering, skittering grooves and neatly placed hooks.
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  17. ministrokes
  18. mongo *
    • 2008 January 15, Clyde Haberman, “Collecting the Trash: Its Science and Value”, New York Times:
      THE show, which closed on Sunday, included photographs and equipment, old uniforms, posters describing sanitation’s role in city life and a smattering of mongo — sanit-talk for objects that were tossed onto the rubbish heap but were deemed worth rescuing by trash collectors.
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  19. mupirocin
    • 2008 January 15, Lawrence K. Altman, “New Bacteria Strain Is Striking Gay Men”, New York Times:
      “In addition, the new strain is resistant to mupirocin, which has been advocated for eradicating the strain from carriers.”
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  20. nonvenereal
    • 2008 January 15, John Noble Wilford, “Genetic Study Bolsters Columbus Link to Syphilis”, New York Times:
      Leaders of the new study said the most telling results were that the bacterium causing sexually transmitted syphilis arose relatively recently in humans and was closely related to a strain responsible for the nonvenereal infection known as yaws .
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  21. optokinetic
    • 2008 January 15, Henry Fountain, “Sightless Parent Fish Don’t Produce Just Sightless Hybrids”, New York Times:
      Richard Borowsky, an evolutionary biologist at New York University , reports in the journal Current Biology that depending on the populations involved, some of the hybrid offspring displayed an optokinetic response — their eyes could follow a series of moving stripes.
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  22. overmedication
    • 2008 January 15, Jane E. Brody, “A Stable Life, Despite Persistent Dizziness”, New York Times:
      This can result from dehydration , abnormal heart rhythms , overmedication with blood pressure drugs and disorders of the autonomic nervous system.
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  23. paleopathologist
    • 2008 January 15, John Noble Wilford, “Genetic Study Bolsters Columbus Link to Syphilis”, New York Times:
      Della Collins Cook, a paleopathologist at Indiana University who did not participate in the study but specializes in treponemal diseases, praised the research as a “very, very interesting step” advancing understanding of syphilis.
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  24. peatlands
    • 2008 January 15, James Kanter, “Europe May Ban Imports of Some Biofuel Crops”, New York Times:
      Already, the draining and deforesting of peatlands in Southeast Asia — mainly to make way for palm plantations — accounts for up to 8 percent of global annual carbon dioxide emissions, said Adrian Bebb of Friends of the Earth, an environmental group.
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  25. pertenue
  26. pictorialism
    • 2008 January 15, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, New York Times:
      Mr. Wilde avoids the sentimental pictorialism that overwhelms so many movies shot on the African continent: the landscape is not the standard “spectacular backdrop” but a living, dangerous presence, buzzing with constant struggle.
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  27. postmovement
  28. potatolicious
    • 2008 January 15, Timothy Williams, “Sweet Potatolicious, and Other Healthy Recipes for East Harlem”, New York Times:
      Recipes include collard greens flavored with a vegetable base and brown sugar, from MoBay Uptown restaurant; frittedda, a Sicilian fava bean stew, from the owners of Settepani Bakery; sweet potatolicious, made with sweet potatoes, pineapple and apple sauce, from Marion L. Bell, the first vice chairwoman of the Metropolitan Hospital Center’s community advisory board; Camaradas vegetarian mofongo, a dish made up of mashed fried plantains, from Camaradas el Barrio; soulful stuffed sole, from One Fish Two Fish Restaurant; creole salad with bittersweet dressing, from Creole Restaurant and Music Supper Club; and quinoa banana muffins, from Stefania Patinella, manager of the food and nutrition programs at the Children’s Aid Society .
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  29. rabeca
  30. rancheras *
  31. sancocho *
    • 2008 January 15, Timothy Williams, “Sweet Potatolicious, and Other Healthy Recipes for East Harlem”, New York Times:
      Candy Vives-Vasquez, the executive director of the 116th Street Block Association, contributed a recipe for sancocho, a stew popular in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and elsewhere in Latin America.
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  32. tostones *
    • 2008 January 15, Timothy Williams, “Sweet Potatolicious, and Other Healthy Recipes for East Harlem”, New York Times:
      East Harlem, home to a cornucopia of fried foods that cover a range ethnic tastes — tostones, chicken fried steak, pork rinds, egg rolls, refried beans, cuchifritos, French fries and onion rings, among others — has a bad reputation when it comes to good nutrition.
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  33. trashologist
  34. treponemal
    • 2008 January 15, John Noble Wilford, “Genetic Study Bolsters Columbus Link to Syphilis”, New York Times:
      Della Collins Cook, a paleopathologist at Indiana University who did not participate in the study but specializes in treponemal diseases, praised the research as a “very, very interesting step” advancing understanding of syphilis.
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  35. tweedlike
  36. unhedged
    • 2008 January 15, Ian Austen, “Canadian Bank Hopes Stock Offer Calms Fears”, New York Times:
      It also confirmed that it would take a $462 million write-down on the unhedged part of that debt as well as a $2 billion write-off for subprime exposure insured by the troubled underwriter ACA Financial Guaranty Corporation .
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