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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-03-19 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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90930 tokens ‧ 66872 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8445 types ‧ 30 (~ 0.355%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-03-19[edit]

  1. backcut
  2. bloomy
    • 2008 March 19, Pervaiz Shallwani, “To the Cheese Course, Prepare to Add Camel”, New York Times:
      A brie-like cheese with a bloomy rind and a gooey off-white center, Caravane is made in Mauritania at one of the world’s first camel milk dairies.
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  3. bundt
    • 2008 March 19, “Bourbon Apple Cake”, New York Times:
      (For bundt, let it sit for an hour, then unmold).
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  4. burrata
    • 2008 March 19, Frank Bruni, “2. Ubuntu”, New York Times:
      So the greens in the salad at the start of our meal came with Comice pear and, more crucially, creamy, dreamy burrata.
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  5. eurodollar
  6. formaggio *
    • 2008 March 19, Florence Fabricant, “Easter Is for Baking, Too”, New York Times:
      Fabio Trabocchi, the chef at Fiamma, who is from Osimo, a town in the region of the Marche in central Italy, recalled that as a child, he and his sister would go to the bakery to pick out the pizza al formaggio, a kind of rich, eggy cheese bread that was served with scrambled eggs seasoned with mint for Easter breakfast, and with salami for lunch.
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  7. hamantaschen
    • 2008 March 19, Florence Fabricant, “Dining Calendar”, New York Times:
      At Le Marais, 150 West 46th Street, and Clubhouse Cafe, 155 West 46th Street, there will be free hamantaschen for all diners Thursday and Friday.
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  8. herbaceousness
    • 2008 March 19, Eric Asimov, “A Great Year Lifts an Unsung Region”, New York Times:
      I had not had the wines of Daniel Chauveau, but this Chinon, our favorite, was impressive without being overblown, featuring bright berry, spice and mineral flavors as well as a touch of herbaceousness that was reminiscent of what Chris said he was missing.
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  9. kulich
    • 2008 March 19, Florence Fabricant, “Easter Is for Baking, Too”, New York Times:
      One of the most famous of all Easter breads is the Russian kulich, a tall but delicate sweet yeasted bread that is sugared and decorated with the initials XB, which stand for “Christ is risen.”
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  10. kurobuta
    • 2008 March 19, Frank Bruni, “1. O Ya”, New York Times:
      The flip side of the menu has such categories as pork (kurobuta), beef (wagyu) and chicken (poulet rouge), the last of which yielded a “ballotine of chicken wing” ($12) that exemplified the kitchen’s painstaking efforts.
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  11. marcona
    • 2008 March 19, Frank Bruni, “2. Ubuntu”, New York Times:
      What we saw instead were marcona almonds dusted with sea salt (no shock) and lavender sugar (big surprise).
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  12. noncampaign
  13. nondiplomatic
    • 2008 March 19, Diane Cardwell, “3 Nations Told to Pay $57 Million to New York”, New York Times:
      The city filed suit in 2003 against the three countries and Turkey, claiming they should pay taxes because nondiplomatic activities like housing low-level staff and, in the case of the Philippines, operating a bank branch and an airline office took place on their properties.
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  14. nonstars
    • 2008 March 19, Michael Cieply, “A Premiere Far From Hollywood”, New York Times:
      George Clooney (in uniform No. 7) is the star of “Leatherheads,” but scenes like this football game are filled with nonstars from Greenville, S.C., and vicinity.
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  15. paasiaisleipa
    • 2008 March 19, Florence Fabricant, “Easter Is for Baking, Too”, New York Times:
      A Finnish rye and wheat Easter bread, paasiaisleipa, which also calls for almonds, eggs, cream, raisins and lemon zest, is seasoned with cardamom and is baked in a milk pail.
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  16. postdraft
  17. racewalker
    • 2008 March 19, Michael Brick, “Straight Ahead, One Foot in Front of the Other”, New York Times:
      Erin O. Taylor, a coach at Stuyvesant High who was seriously injured when a team van she was driving overturned, is training to be an Olympic racewalker.
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  18. railbird
  19. railbirds
  20. revotes
    • 2008 March 19, John M. Broder, “Clinton Tries to Keep Plan for Two Revotes Alive”, New York Times:
      Political analysts said Mrs. Clinton had far more to lose from the deadlock than Mr. Obama, which explains why she has pressed harder for revotes. Mrs. Clinton trails in elected delegates and the popular vote.
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  21. songfulness
    • 2008 March 19, Bernard Holland, “From the Attic, a Verdi Craves Attention”, New York Times:
      What made the opera and its performers so attractive was unquestioning devotion to Verdi’s fresh, forthright songfulness set to rollicking accompaniments and oom-pah bass.
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  22. tatsoi
    • 2008 March 19, Frank Bruni, “2. Ubuntu”, New York Times:
      And he has access to both the principled farmers in Northern California and to Ubuntu’s own gardens and orchard, a short drive away, where he gets the restaurant’s sublime greens — red Russian kale, Winterbor kale, Bordeaux spinach, tatsoi.
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  23. ultrafunctional
    • 2008 March 19, Amelia Gentleman, “A City That Sat on Its Treasures, but Didn’t See Them”, New York Times:
      The disappearance of large quantities of these distinctive, ultrafunctional tables and chairs — most of them designed by Mr. Jeanneret, Le Corbusier’s cousin, for the city’s government offices, courtrooms and colleges — has begun to alarm architects and some officials in the city.
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  24. uncondensed
    • 2008 March 19, Frank Bruni, “2. Ubuntu”, New York Times:
      And above that: an orange granita and condensed milk foam, which I guess is uncondensed condensed milk.
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  25. voguers
  26. winey
    • 2008 March 19, Florence Fabricant, “Something Fizzy for All Ages”, New York Times:
      The company also has a grape-y pinot noir flavor and a chardonnay that is more winey than sweet.
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  27. yeasted
    • 2008 March 19, Florence Fabricant, “Easter Is for Baking, Too”, New York Times:
      One of the most famous of all Easter breads is the Russian kulich, a tall but delicate sweet yeasted bread that is sugared and decorated with the initials XB, which stand for “Christ is risen.”
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  1. rusticas
    • 2008 March 19, Florence Fabricant, “Easter Is for Baking, Too”, New York Times:
      Even in Italy, the country with perhaps the richest and most varied Easter baking traditions, some of the pies and savory pizza rusticas are meant for a picnic, the Easter Monday outing.
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