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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-02-06 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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90926 tokens ‧ 66267 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8427 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.285%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-02-06[edit]

  1. aglianico
    • 2008 February 6, Florence Fabricant, “Wine Calendar”, New York Times:
      Italian wines, red and white, including some from less-known varietals like aglianico, will be tasted, with antipasti, on Feb. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Bistro Ten 18, 1018 Amsterdam Avenue (110th Street).
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  2. antiplatelet
    • 2008 February 6, Reuters, “Risks With Heart Drug”, New York Times:
      Some studies have suggested there may be a “rebound effect” of extra blood clots in the period right after people have stopped taking other antiplatelet drugs, including aspirin.
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  3. bacalao *
  4. caperberries
  5. corraling
    • 2008 February 6, Maureen Dowd, “Darkness and Light”, New York Times:
      Even though Hillary reasserted her strength, corraling New York, California and Kennedy country Massachusetts, she and Obama will battle on in chiaroscuro.
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  6. gazar
    • 2008 February 6, Eric Wilson, “Playing Dress-Up With Better Resources”, New York Times:
      Now, for better or worse, fashion’s toddlers might as well have been weaned in diapers made of silk gazar.
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  7. interparty
    • 2008 February 6, “Divided They Run”, New York Times:
      And the real interparty race hasn’t even begun.
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  8. konbu
  9. multiculturalists
    • 2008 February 6, William Grimes, “Colorblind Conclusions on Racism”, New York Times:
      He takes dead aim at racial opportunists, opponents of affirmative action, multiculturalists and the myriad rights organizations trying to hitch a ride on the successes of the black civil rights movement.
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  10. nonconclusions
  11. nonracist
    • 2008 February 6, William Grimes, “Colorblind Conclusions on Racism”, New York Times:
      Disproportionately, and because of past racism, black Americans live in dangerous neighborhoods, which nonracist cabdrivers might reasonably wish to avoid.
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  12. outbattled
    • 2008 February 6, Lynn Zinser, “After 3 Road Victories, Rangers Falter at Home”, New York Times:
      Frolov outbattled Rangers defenseman Fedor Tyutin for the puck behind the Rangers’ net and passed in front to Anze Kopitar for an open shot.
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  13. overskated
    • 2008 February 6, Lynn Zinser, “After 3 Road Victories, Rangers Falter at Home”, New York Times:
      Boyle’s goal, which came after Rangers defenseman Jason Strudwick overskated the puck behind the net to give the Kings an easy pass out front, came 13 minutes 8 seconds into the first period.
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  14. postracist
    • 2008 February 6, William Grimes, “Colorblind Conclusions on Racism”, New York Times:
      In “The Race Card” Richard Thompson Ford, a professor at Stanford Law School, offers the cabdriver problem as a classic illustration of why racial prejudice is so hard to identify and address in an era he defines as postracist, when the social and legal meaning of racism, he writes, “is in a state of crisis.”
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  15. promethazine
    • 2008 February 6, The New York Times, “Drugs Killed Pimp C”, New York Times:
      The Los Angeles County coroner’s office identified the drugs as codeine and promethazine, essential ingredients of “syrup.”
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  16. pseudodocumentaries
  17. raspiness
    • 2008 February 6, Richard Sandomir, “‘It’s Awesome, Baby!’ Vitale Has His Voice Back”, New York Times:
      Later, he sought to demonstrate that despite a buildup of phlegm in the back of his throat (don’t cough, he admonished himself, swallow it), his voice was fit for action; the raspiness was gone, and so was the strain evident in his last game, on Dec. 4.
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  18. skordalia
  19. teabaglike
  20. tournedos

Sequestered[edit]

  1. kelly *
    • 2008 February 6, Eric Wilson, “Playing Dress-Up With Better Resources”, New York Times:
      The mood of Ms. Chung’s clothes, so often dampened by her fondness for somber colors and tulle netting, looked exceptionally young this season with the addition of fitted angora sweaters in cobalt or kelly green, the kind that would look right with a poodle skirt.
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  2. tzatiki = tzatziki
    • 2008 February 6, Julia Moskin, “He Says It’s Greek. Will Mother Agree?”, New York Times:
      Then, he discarded the minimalism that afflicts the city’s other ambitious Greek restaurants: what you might call the One-Perfect-Grilled-Fish formula, hard to pull off in thrill-seeking New York, where even the finest hand-blended tzatiki can only take you so far.
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  3. yassa
    • 2008 February 6, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      A glossary to explain menu terms like yassa (a Senegalese marinade) and sosaties (skewered spiced meat) would help.
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