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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-01-26 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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80507 tokens ‧ 58697 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7632 types ‧ 13 (~ 0.17%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-01-26[edit]

  1. bobrun
  2. bullyable
    • 2008 January 26, “The FISA Follies, Redux”, New York Times:
      The Judiciary bill died this week, with the help of other bullyable Democratic senators like Mr. Rockefeller, Claire McCaskill, Mary Landrieu and Ben Nelson.
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  3. heptathlons
  4. methylnaltrexone
    • 2008 January 26, Bloomberg News, “Wyeth Says It May Cut 10% of Jobs”, New York Times:
      Since Jan. 1, 2007, the Food and Drug Administration has postponed clearance of Wyeth’s bifeprunox for schizophrenia, Pristiq for depression and menopausal hot flashes, Viviant for bone loss and methylnaltrexone for constipation.
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  5. nonmotto
    • 2008 January 26, Sarah Lyall, “Britain Seeks Its Essence, and Finds Punch Lines”, New York Times:
      In the House of Lords, there was a surreal debate on the nonmotto, even after Lord Hunt of Kings Heath, an official in the Ministry of Justice, said flatly that there were no plans to have one.
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  6. nonsinging
    • 2008 January 26, Charles Mcgrath, “Tackling a Character Who’s a Real Character”, New York Times:
      Instead it has had modest regional productions in Chicago, Memphis and Minneapolis, and on Tuesday and Wednesday it will be performed at Carnegie Hall in a concert version with the actor Harvey Keitel , of all people, in the title role, the only nonsinging part in the show.
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  7. partygoing
  8. puckhandling
  9. seagrass
    • 2008 January 26, The Associated Press, “Japan: U.S. Base Must Weigh Effect on Revered Creature”, New York Times:
      Gates, No. 03-4350, the judge sided with environmentalists who said plans to relocate the Futenma Air Station, a Marine Corps base, to a site off the northeast coast of Okinawa would threaten the dwindling number of dugong that live in the seagrass beds.
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  10. tabloidy
    • 2008 January 26, Gail Collins, “Heeere’s Rudy!”, New York Times:
      Before the terrorist attack, after all, Rudy Giuliani was just a lame-duck mayor with abysmal approval ratings, a tabloidy personal life and uncertain job prospects.
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  11. wiseguyish

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