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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-02-13 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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87689 tokens ‧ 64343 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8211 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.268%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-02-13[edit]

  1. districtwide
    • 2008 February 13, Jennifer Medina, “City Moves to Overturn 1974 Ruling on Race”, New York Times:
      The court ruled that the school should not have more than 10 percent more minority students than the districtwide average, which was about 30 percent.
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  2. fataya
    • 2008 February 13, The New York Times, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      They had a mysterious flavor shared with other dishes, including the fried fish patties called fataya ($8.50) and a vegetarian curry called Comoros ($14).
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  3. gallera
  4. galleras
    • 2008 February 13, Katie Thomas, “Dominicans Say Cockfighting Is in Their Blood”, New York Times:
      There are 1,500 galleras registered with the country’s National Commission of Cockfighting, and the industry employs thousands of people, said Junior Arias Noboa, the commission’s president.
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  5. girthiest
    • 2008 February 13, Richard Sandomir, “Beagle, a Breed Long Unsung, Wins Best in Show”, New York Times:
      The mastiff is not the tallest dog — that honor belongs to the Irish wolfhound, with the Great Dane close behind — but he may be the girthiest.
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  6. interdietary
    • 2008 February 13, Kate Murphy, “I Love You, but You Love Meat”, New York Times:
      The culinary camps have become so balkanized that some factions consider interdietary dating taboo.
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  7. kvells
    • 2008 February 13, Richard Sandomir, “Beagle, a Breed Long Unsung, Wins Best in Show”, New York Times:
      Of course, there is no actual crown, but a lovely celebratory bowl into which victorious toy dogs leap for a little nap while their entourage kvells.
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  8. nonevangelical
    • 2008 February 13, John M. Broder, “Obama and McCain Sweep 3 Primaries”, New York Times:
      Mr. Huckabee got a boost from conservative and evangelical Christian voters in the state, but not enough to overcome support among moderates and nonevangelical Christians for Mr. McCain, who won 50 percent of the vote. Mr. McCain also prevailed in the District of Columbia, with 68 percent of the vote, and in Maryland, where he had 55 percent of the vote with 67 percent of the precincts reporting.
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  9. poppermost
    • 2008 February 13, Eric Asimov, “Three Cheers for the Also-Rans”, New York Times:
      Americans revere the star-bound strivers, whether Lincoln or Edison, Babe Ruth or Muhammad Ali, Bill Gates or Warren Buffett , those who aimed to be the toppermost of the poppermost, as the Beatles used to say, and made it.
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  10. postretirement
    • 2008 February 13, Bill Vlasic, “G.M. Offers Buyouts to 74,000”, New York Times:
      Younger employees can depart with cash payments of $70,000 or $140,000, depending on years of service, in exchange for giving up health care and other postretirement benefits.
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  11. preroll
    • 2008 February 13, Louise Story, “Yahoo Acquires Ad Technology Company”, New York Times:
      Yahoo said that both formats have proved far more effective than preroll ads, which are ads that appear before the content the viewer is trying to see.
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  12. refabricated
  13. shishito
    • 2008 February 13, The New York Times, “Dining Briefs”, New York Times:
      Sampling toro with a garlic and ginger soy sauce ($22), yellowtail with shishito pepper ($16) and salmon and scallop sushi ($4 each), I was impressed with the quality of the raw fish.
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  14. subwayed
    • 2008 February 13, Melissa Clark, “From Paris, With Hustle”, New York Times:
      I suppose I could have subwayed around town in search of froufrou French pastry shops.
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  15. superheavyweight
    • 2008 February 13, Richard Sandomir, “Beagle, a Breed Long Unsung, Wins Best in Show”, New York Times:
      All around him was a human traffic jam, but this superheavyweight, so massive (get a load of that head!) and so easy to adore, was surrounded by a bunch of smitten fans reaching out to pet him, to touch his enormous paws and to receive his sloppy licks.
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  16. toppermost
    • 2008 February 13, Eric Asimov, “Three Cheers for the Also-Rans”, New York Times:
      Americans revere the star-bound strivers, whether Lincoln or Edison, Babe Ruth or Muhammad Ali, Bill Gates or Warren Buffett , those who aimed to be the toppermost of the poppermost, as the Beatles used to say, and made it.
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  17. understaffing
    • 2008 February 13, Lisa W. Foderaro, “Report Faults Mental Care for Iraq Veterans at Upstate Base”, New York Times:
      Based on interviews with a dozen soldiers and the mental health providers on the base, the report describes problems with understaffing, a reliance on questionnaires to identify soldiers in need of treatment and a sometimes dismissive view at the company level of post-traumatic stress disorder.
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  18. unpledged
    • 2008 February 13, Adam Nagourney, “With Surge in Momentum, Obama Makes His Case”, New York Times:
      That has provided Mr. Obama with the opportunity, which he plans to seize in a more full-throated way starting on Wednesday, to argue that voters across a wide cross-section of the country have embraced his candidacy, and that the time has come for the group that could hold the balance of power, those 796 unpledged superdelegates — party leaders and elected officials who have an automatic seat at the national convention — to follow suit.
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  19. vizslas
  20. weimaraner
    • 2008 February 13, Richard Sandomir, “Beagle, a Breed Long Unsung, Wins Best in Show”, New York Times:
      The standard poodle trotted out first for a lap around the green-carpeted floor, followed by the Akita, the weimaraner, the Australian shepherd, the beagle (to thunderous applause, as if Willis Reed had walked into the arena one last time), the Sealyham terrier and finally, the toy poodle.
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  1. jim *
    • 2008 February 13, Mark Bittman, “Coaxing Exotic Flavor From Familiar Elements”, New York Times:
      The old French combination of aromatic vegetables and herbs — onions, celery, carrot, garlic, thyme and bay leaf — and the standard Korean kalbi jim — soy, sugar, sesame seeds, oil, garlic and ginger — have little in common except the cooking technique and the meat, yet they’re both stunning classics.
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