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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-02-07 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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104018 tokens ‧ 75716 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9058 types ‧ 38 (~ 0.42%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-02-07[edit]

  1. alprazolam
    • 2008 February 7, James Barron, “Medical Examiner Rules Ledger’s Death Accidental”, New York Times:
      Also in Mr. Ledger’s system were three anti-anxiety medications: diazepam, the generic name for Valium; alprazolam, commonly known as Xanax; and temazepam, which is sold under the brand name Restoril and is often prescribed as a sleep medication.
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  2. antigenocide
    • 2008 February 7, Lydia Polgreen, “Fighting in Chad’s Capital Ebbs, but Problems Loom”, New York Times:
      John Prendergast, a former Clinton administration official and antigenocide activist who has worked in Chad and Sudan for 20 years, said Sudan had been trying to overthrow Mr. Déby because of his support for Darfur rebel groups and his willingness to allow a European peacekeeping force to deploy in Chad to protect Darfur refugees living on the country’s eastern border with Sudan.
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  3. cavatelli
    • 2008 February 7, Pete Thamel, “Top Football Prospect Puts Off College Choice”, New York Times:
      Joe Paterno made a rare home visit last week, eating an Italian feast of cavatelli, meatballs and salad with Pryor cooked up by the wife of Jeannette Coach Ray Reitz.
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  4. doxylamine
  5. gazar
    • 2008 February 7, Eric Wilson, “A Gap Guy, Head to Toe”, New York Times:
      HAD you seen the gold-embroidered shearling vest or the patent tortoiseshell belts shown this week at Oscar de la Renta , or the Proenza Schouler silk gazar blouse so stiff it could stand on its own, or the thick fur cummerbund at Carolina Herrera , you would probably conclude that designers are not entirely concerned about the likelihood that the country is entering a recession.
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  6. heliconia
    • 2008 February 7, Nancy Beth Jackson, “Reigning Trowel in a Kingdom of Orchids”, New York Times:
      In Mr. Fuchs’s garden, stone paths meander through a jungle of gingers, heliconia, exotic palms and several thousand orchids.
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  7. knickknack *
    • 2008 February 7, David Pogue, “Slide Show Mounted in a Frame”, New York Times:
      This frame is not so much a family-photo knickknack as a portal to an external web of visual delights.
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  8. multibank
  9. multiport
  10. neurofinance
    • 2008 February 7, Jenny Anderson, “Craving the High That Risky Trading Can Bring”, New York Times:
      That is no surprise to Brian Knutson, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Stanford University and a pioneer in neurofinance, an emerging field that combines psychology, neuroscience and economics, to examine how the brain makes decisions.
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  11. oldth
  12. overdyed
    • 2008 February 7, Eric Wilson, “A Gap Guy, Head to Toe”, New York Times:
      There was a sweater dress in almost the same shade of blue as one shown at Doo.Ri; overdyed plaid shirts with contrasting plaid cuffs and collars for men like those at Duckie Brown; and lots of chunky knit gray cardigans like the ones popping up all over the place — just not at the same prices.
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  13. plantable
    • 2008 February 7, Leslie Land, “Love in the Landscape”, New York Times:
      A. Although greeting cards with seed packets attached and plantable cards with seeds embedded have grown quite common, I have seen none with the panache of your idea, which should be easy to realize.
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  14. postindustrialization
    • 2008 February 7, Robin Pogrebin, “Betting a Farm Would Work in Queens”, New York Times:
      In working out their design, the architects also kept in mind the movement from industrialization to postindustrialization, from global to local, from the free market to the farmer’s market, and from sand to hay.
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  15. pouffy
    • 2008 February 7, Robin Pogrebin, “Betting a Farm Would Work in Queens”, New York Times:
      The Work team’s presentation — which included Mr. Wood’s donning of a pouffy green gardening skirt with specially designed pockets for his trowel and gardening gloves — made an impression.
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  16. recountings
    • 2008 February 7, Allan Kozinn, “Meditation on the Man Who Saved the Beatles”, New York Times:
      What is often overlooked, in recountings of this sorry tale, is the influence the maharishi — or at least the experience of going to Rishikesh to meditate for several weeks — had on the group.
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  17. reharmonized
  18. reregister
    • 2008 February 7, The Associated Press, “Do Not Call Me, Ever. I’m on the List.”, New York Times:
      The Senate also prepared to approve by a voice vote and send to the White House a bill to make the list permanent, overturning an trade commission rule that people reregister their phone numbers every five years.
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  19. runarounds
    • 2008 February 7, “The Cult of Secrecy at the White House”, New York Times:
      A bit of fine print inserted in the president’s new budget proposal would gut a major provision of the law — the empowerment of a new ombudsman to mediate disclosure disputes and prod agencies to end disgraceful runarounds in which legitimate citizen requests have been deep-sixed without a trace for a decade and more.
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  20. skyscapes
    • 2008 February 7, David Pogue, “Slide Show Mounted in a Frame”, New York Times:
      In addition, you can sign up for “photo feeds”— themed slide shows like New Yorker cartoons, city skyscapes, nature shots and so on — from popular photo sites like Flickr, Picasa, AOL and Photobucket.
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  21. slopey
  22. stampings
    • 2008 February 7, Peter Applebome, “A Vote for ‘Hope’? Not Here”, New York Times:
      The first mill opened eight years after Naugatuck was settled in 1702, and over time, the town was built around the factories that made rubber and Keds, chemicals, candy, iron castings, cutlery, clocks, metal stampings, buttons, cosmetic cases, household hardware and aircraft instruments.
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  23. temazepam
    • 2008 February 7, James Barron, “Medical Examiner Rules Ledger’s Death Accidental”, New York Times:
      Also in Mr. Ledger’s system were three anti-anxiety medications: diazepam, the generic name for Valium; alprazolam, commonly known as Xanax; and temazepam, which is sold under the brand name Restoril and is often prescribed as a sleep medication.
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  24. wazir
    • 2008 February 7, Neil Macfarquhar, “Speakers at Academy Said to Make False Claims”, New York Times:
      Mr. Howard said his doubts about their authenticity grew after stories like the Golan Heights saga as well as something on Mr. Saleem’s Web site along the lines that he was descended from the grand wazir of Islam.
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  25. yarnlike
    • 2008 February 7, Cathy Horyn, “The Allure of Precision Just Around the Curve”, New York Times:
      This time they are more singular in style and technique; the best example is a skimmy dress that combines a layer or two of black tulle at the waist with a cobweb of net at the bodice and yarnlike strands dusting the shoulders.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. vanda