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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-03-21 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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88314 tokens ‧ 62884 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8724 types ‧ 34 (~ 0.39%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-03-21[edit]

  1. audiotaped
    • 2008 March 21, Ian Fisher, “Vatican Security Worries Over bin Laden Tape”, New York Times:
      ROME — The Vatican on Thursday rejected an audiotaped accusation from Osama bin Laden that Pope Benedict XVI was leading a “new Crusade” against Muslims, but Italian security officials were concerned about the threats included in Mr. bin Laden’s new message.
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  2. benchlike
    • 2008 March 21, Roberta Smith, Andro Wekua, Dan Walsh, Ken Johnson, Mark Handforth, Karen Rosenberg And George Condo, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      At the Drawing Center Mr. Ruby has filled the small gallery with drawings, collages and photographs, as well as two enormous, Formica-covered, benchlike monoliths whose incisions include “cop” in enormous letters.
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  3. crescendoes
  4. effortfully
    • 2008 March 21, Alastair Macaulay, “New to the Glossary: A Pas de Multimedia”, New York Times:
      When Mr. Wheeldon quotes Balanchine, it is those lifts in which the ballerina has her hands placed, effortfully, on her partner’s, which in turn are on her hips; there are echoes of choreography by William Forsythe and others.
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  5. exempters
  6. fanaticos
    • 2008 March 21, George Vecsey, “U.S. Travel Plans: Heartland to China”, New York Times:
      The victory more or less justified the American strategy to find places where the men’s soccer teams will not feel like foreigners, outnumbered and outyelled by fanaticos from Latin America.
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  7. fuzzball
    • 2008 March 21, Billie Cohen, “Traveling With Charley”, New York Times:
      Of course you’ll have to determine whether your favorite fuzzball can handle the journey.
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  8. interferers
    • 2008 March 21, David Brooks, “Thoroughly Modern Do-Gooders”, New York Times:
      Government agencies are natural interferers, averse to remorseless competition and quick policy shifts.
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  9. lessness
    • 2008 March 21, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      This year’s light-touch show takes lowered expectations — lessness, ephemerality and failure, to use the words of its young curators, Henriette Huldisch and Shamim M. Momin — as its theme, and makes at least an appearance of trying to circumvent an object-obsessed market.
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  10. miniticket
    • 2008 March 21, Richard Sandomir, “Yankees’ Top Seats Grow Pricier”, New York Times:
      He said by telephone that he was not referring to the slightly smaller capacity of the new ballpark, but the variety of miniticket plans being sold.
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  11. mucousy
    • 2008 March 21, Roberta Smith, Andro Wekua, Dan Walsh, Ken Johnson, Mark Handforth, Karen Rosenberg And George Condo, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      He makes obstreperous, richly glazed ceramic vessels that suggest charred remains; totemic sculptures webbed with mucousy, macramélike drips of resin; large, dark collages dotted with constellations of tiny images of artifacts; and drawings, photographs and short videos.
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  12. multimember
  13. museumwide
    • 2008 March 21, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      This museumwide survey of a leading Chinese artist indicates considerable command of cross-cultural references and extreme appropriation, including a gang of sculptors remaking a classic Social Realist ensemble of life-size figures while you watch.
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  14. outyelled
    • 2008 March 21, George Vecsey, “U.S. Travel Plans: Heartland to China”, New York Times:
      The victory more or less justified the American strategy to find places where the men’s soccer teams will not feel like foreigners, outnumbered and outyelled by fanaticos from Latin America.
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  15. overexcitable
    • 2008 March 21, Benedict Carey, “Frank Berger, 94, Miltown Creator, Dies”, New York Times:
      He was intrigued, he said later, by the way that anxiety seemed to come and go in people without apparent reason: “These people are not insane; they simply are overexcitable and irritable, and create crisis situations over things that are unimportant.
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  16. pickpocketed
    • 2008 March 21, Vivien Schweitzer, “Never Too Old to Play Love’s Fool”, New York Times:
      Jeffrey Halili was amusing as the rapscallion Bardolfo as was Eric Jordan as Pistola, while Joel Sorensen conveyed the outrage of the pickpocketed Dr. Caius with lively indignity.
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  17. prejump
  18. protohuman
  19. protohumans
  20. reenergize
  21. screamy
    • 2008 March 21, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      Health, a quartet from Los Angeles, is another story, playing manic, stop-start spasms of percussion and screamy noise, with three of its members throwing their bodies around as if in an untamed dance.
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  22. semipublic
    • 2008 March 21, David Brooks, “Thoroughly Modern Do-Gooders”, New York Times:
      It wants Washington to expand national service (to produce more social entrepreneurs) and to create a network of semipublic social investment funds.
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  23. sensualism
    • 2008 March 21, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      It is also a celebration of French sensualism and an examination of the nature of consciousness.
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  24. souklike
  25. splitist
  26. superblocks
  27. uncharismatic
    • 2008 March 21, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      If the overall mix feels uncharismatic, there are good artists on hand, most with work commissioned by the museum for the occasion.
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  28. whos
    • 2008 March 21, The New York Times, “Movie Guide and Film Series”, New York Times:
      ‘THE BANK JOB’ (R, 1:50) A wham-bam caper flick, efficiently directed by Roger Donaldson , that fancifully revisits the mysterious whos and speculative hows of a 1971 London bank heist.
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  1. denkmal
    • 2008 March 21, The New York Times, “Museum and Gallery Listings”, New York Times:
      The word denkmal translates from German as monument or memorial.
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  2. nexis - common?
    • 2008 March 21, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ LIVING ROOM 10TH ANNIVERSARY (Friday through Thursday) Since it opened in the confines of a former fried chicken spot on Allen Street, the Living Room has been the nexis of the Lower East Side’s strong and always growing singer-songwriter circuit, with a no-cover policy — note: one-drink minimum per set — that keeps the seats filled.
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