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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-02-23 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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78392 tokens ‧ 57133 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7746 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.207%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-02-23[edit]

  1. commissionership
    • 2008 February 23, Dennis Hevesi, “Orin Lehman, 88, Parks Steward, Dies”, New York Times:
      When he retired, he called his commissionership “the greatest job in the world; you’re always visiting wonderful places.”
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  2. fakey
  3. gangsterism
    • 2008 February 23, Solomon Moore, “Ominous Signs Remain in City Run by Iraqis”, New York Times:
      “They have these overlapping spheres of gangsterism and politics, militias and legitimate businesses, and legitimate politics,” said Rob Tinline, a spokesman for the British Provincial Reconstruction Team.
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  4. gazar
    • 2008 February 23, Cathy Horyn, “Much to Applaud, With Footnotes”, New York Times:
      Against a projected background of collages by Timotheus Paulus Roeloffs, a Berlin artist, Ms. Versace sent out minimalist day clothes: tailored dark trousers, navy wool and silk gazar dresses with asymmetrical draping at the neckline, and raised-collar minicoats with a Cardin influence.
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  5. minicoats
    • 2008 February 23, Cathy Horyn, “Much to Applaud, With Footnotes”, New York Times:
      Against a projected background of collages by Timotheus Paulus Roeloffs, a Berlin artist, Ms. Versace sent out minimalist day clothes: tailored dark trousers, navy wool and silk gazar dresses with asymmetrical draping at the neckline, and raised-collar minicoats with a Cardin influence.
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  6. nonelecteds
    • 2008 February 23, Jennifer Steinhauer, “In California, Coastal Commission Wields Vast Power”, New York Times:
      “When we became a city we wanted to make our own decisions,” he said, “and we see this body of nonelecteds and we feel kind of disenfranchised.”
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  7. nonpressuring
    • 2008 February 23, Mark Leibovich, “No Longer in Race, Richardson Is a Man Pursued”, New York Times:
      In their courtship of Mr. Richardson, both Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Obama are skilled and nonpressuring, their efforts appropriate, he said.
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  8. overmedicated
    • 2008 February 23, Dan Mitchell, “Suburbia’s March to Oblivion”, New York Times:
      Joey deVilla of Toronto wondered if the ads were a critique of overmedicated youth.
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  9. paco *
    • 2008 February 23, Alexei Barrionuevo, “Cheap Cocaine Floods Argentina, Devouring Lives”, New York Times:
      In the five years since residents first began noticing the crude yellowish crystals being smoked on the streets of Ciudad Oculta, a neighborhood of 15,000 people within Buenos Aires, paco has become the dominant drug that dealers are peddling.
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  10. petitgrain
    • 2008 February 23, Chandler Burr, “Ahhh, the Seductive Fragrance of Molecules Under Patent”, New York Times:
      Zinarine, natural green and tomato leaf notes with aspects of mint, fig, hyacinth; petitgrain Paradisamide, a long-lasting, fresh tropical fruit note with nuances of grapefruit, rhubarb and cassis; and Florymoss, a floral, green, mossy note which blends well with floral fruity and spicy accords.”
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  11. shen *
    • 2008 February 23, Daniel J. Wakin, “China and the Philharmonic, in Harmony”, New York Times:
      One boy demonstrated a shen, an ancient mouth organ, to a fascinated Peter Kenote, a violist in the orchestra.
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  12. spinouts
    • 2008 February 23, Ken Belson And Corey Kilgannon, “Snow Swoops In”, New York Times:
      “We got our share of spinouts and people not paying attention to speed limits and thinking it was July,” said Joseph Orlando, a spokesman for the New Jersey Turnpike Authority , who said about 2,000 salt and sand trucks were deployed statewide.
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  13. superheavyweight
    • 2008 February 23, Nicholas Kulish, “In Germany, Boxing Finds Appreciation and a Hub”, New York Times:
      Klitschko and his older brother Vitali, a former heavyweight world champion, blazed the trail when they chose to sign with Universum Box-Promotion, based in Hamburg, rather than with Don King after Wladimir won the superheavyweight gold medal at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.
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