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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-01-31 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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2008-01-31[edit]

  1. baptisia
    • 2008 January 31, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      “Get down on your hands and knees and look at the business end of the plant,” said Paul Cappiello, who, as executive director of Yew Dell Gardens, a botanical garden in Crestwood, Ky., oversees an extensive baptisia breeding program.
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  2. baptisias
    • 2008 January 31, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      Good sources for new baptisias include Sooner Plant Farm, soonerplantfarm.com or (918) 453-0771, and Garden Crossings, gardencrossings.com or (616) 875-6355.
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  3. bronzers
    • 2008 January 31, Kayleen Schaefer, “Beauty Blogs Come of Age: Swag, Please!”, New York Times:
      But in the last year or so, as more women turn to blogs for advice on bronzers or facial scrubs, and magazines like Allure and Glamour have started their own beauty blogs, the cosmetics industry has stopped seeing bloggers as bottom feeders.
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  4. catticisms
  5. chesslike
  6. cytarabin
    • 2008 January 31, Walt Bogdanich, “Tainted Drugs Tied to Maker of Abortion Pill”, New York Times:
      But when another cancer drug made in the same factory — cytarabin hydrochloride — also began causing adverse reactions, investigators suspected contamination.
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  7. downgradings
    • 2008 January 31, Vikas Bajaj, “A Warning on Insurers Frays Nerves”, New York Times:
      At the same time, insurance regulators hope to head off the downgradings by persuading Wall Street banks to inject capital into the companies or provide them with backup lines of credit.
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  8. dropseed
    • 2008 January 31, Sally Mcgrane, “A Landscape in Winter, Dying Heroically”, New York Times:
      Wandering through the garden beds, where the palette of browns, from light to near-black, brought out the richness of the plants’ textures, he pointed out the ethereal silver seed heads of swamp milkweed and the tiny golden beads at the ends of stalks of prairie dropseed, a fine grass.
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  9. giftwise
    • 2008 January 31, Kayleen Schaefer, “Beauty Blogs Come of Age: Swag, Please!”, New York Times:
      Nadine Haobsh, a beauty editor turned blogger, said, “Christmas this year at my apartment, giftwise, was reminiscent of the old days.”
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  10. lupinelike
    • 2008 January 31, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      A. Ah, B. australis: so beautiful with its lush foliage, spires of lupinelike flowers and decorative seedpods; so easy to grow in poor, dry soil; so frustrating.
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  11. microgroups
  12. ministreak
    • 2008 January 31, Bill Finley, “Suddenly, Seton Hall Looks Like a Surging Team”, New York Times:
      Rutgers’s hottest player during the ministreak had been Mike Coburn, who was named the league’s rookie of the week for averaging 20 points and 4 assists in the two victories.
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  13. nonbloomer
    • 2008 January 31, Leslie Land, “Garden Q.&A.”, New York Times:
      Is the nonbloomer under a bird feeder?
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  14. nonsinging
    • 2008 January 31, Ben Brantley, “And Blessed Are the Singing, Pole-Dancing Fetishists”, New York Times:
      Those who attended “Jerry Springer,” which stars an affectingly disaffected Harvey Keitel in the nonsinging title role, expecting to snigger and hoot were not disappointed.
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  15. overemotive
  16. romanticization
  17. semifinished
    • 2008 January 31, “Residential Sales”, New York Times:
      4-bedroom, 2-bath, 91-year-old, two-story, wood-sided, colonial-style house; dining room, eat-in kitchen, living room with fireplace, hardwood floors, semifinished basement, 1-car garage, 0.24-acre lot; taxes $3,840; listed at $424,900 (multiple bids), 29 weeks on market (broker: Prudential Northwest Properties)
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  18. spokesmodel
    • 2008 January 31, Kayleen Schaefer, “Beauty Blogs Come of Age: Swag, Please!”, New York Times:
      Daria Werbowy, Lancôme’s spokesmodel, third from left, with three beauty bloggers, Susan Trumpbour, Carolyn Hsu and Kristen Kelly, at the Royalton.
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  19. spraywashed
    • 2008 January 31, Ginia Bellafante, “A Lawyer Who Hears New Ways to Argue”, New York Times:
      There is really no good reason for “Eli Stone” to be quite as much fun as it is, given that the premise seems spraywashed with earnestness and spun to alienate the atheistic and the greedy.
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  20. starpilot
  21. statusy
    • 2008 January 31, David Colman, “Well-Dressed Travels Well”, New York Times:
      And this being the world of Fashion Week, Ken does need labels, the crucial ones being Jil Sander , Thom Browne, Prada, Dior Homme and, most of all, that master of statusy understatement, Martin Margiela .
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  22. streetwalking
  23. superlarge
    • 2008 January 31, “While the Election Watchdog Wanders”, New York Times:
      In packaging political influence by superlarge chunks, money bundlers are at least as crucial to understanding where candidates stand as their campaign vows.
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  24. ultradiscreet
    • 2008 January 31, David Colman, “Well-Dressed Travels Well”, New York Times:
      Even Mr. Margiela’s ultradiscreet trademark, four little white pick stitches on sweaters, shirts and bags, is instantly discernible to the style cognoscenti while invisible to others, like a whistle only dogs can hear.
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