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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-03-28 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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90984 tokens ‧ 65914 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8789 types ‧ 18 (~ 0.205%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-03-28[edit]

  1. cayucas
  2. crayonlike
    • 2008 March 28, Ken Johnson, “Funny, You Don’t Look Like a Subject for Warhol”, New York Times:
      Warhol followed his usual procedure for portraits, silk-screening a photograph over previously applied colors and tracing crayonlike lines over the photograph’s contours.
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  3. dimmings
  4. divadom
    • 2008 March 28, Jennifer Dunning, “Drawing on the Repertory to Celebrate Teachers Past”, New York Times:
      There was standout dancing by Christopher Vo, powerfully simple in “A time to be born, and a time to die,” and by Chanel DaSilva, clearly destined for dance divadom to judge by her hurtling, fine-scaled interpretation of “A time to laugh ... and a time to dance.”
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  5. lanchas *
  6. megaportals
    • 2008 March 28, John Markoff, “China Law Could Impede Microsoft Deal for Yahoo”, New York Times:
      There are potentially dozens of jurisdictions that could claim oversight in such a deal because of the global business interests of the two huge companies and because it could potentially transform the Internet into two megaportals, Google and Microsoft.
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  7. nonhierarchical
    • 2008 March 28, Roberta Smith, “Smooth and Safe at Pier 94”, New York Times:
      The show’s smoothness extends to the layout, which is surprisingly nonhierarchical, with more- and less-established dealers in larger and smaller spaces mingled throughout.
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  8. overutilizing
    • 2008 March 28, Brad Stone, “Comcast Adjusts Way It Manages Internet Traffic”, New York Times:
      “In the event of congestion, the half percent of people who are overutilizing an excessive amount of capacity will be slowed down subtly until capacity is restored,” the chief technology officer for Comcast, Tony G. Werner, said.
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  9. parodistic
    • 2008 March 28, Allan Kozinn, “The State of the United States, in a Chamber-Rock Stew”, New York Times:
      A song with echoes of a 1950s ballad style, updated by way of early, parodistic Frank Zappa and a dash of electronica, examines a sort of Rumsfeldian cynicism, represented by the assertion that our problems are so complex that only experts can deal with them. Ms. Anderson transforms that idea into a close relative: that problems are only problems when experts say they are.
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  10. popera
    • 2008 March 28, Jon Pareles, “An Outsider at the Center of a Musical Universe”, New York Times:
      “American Tunes” (April 23 to 27) includes the Roches, who harmonized on “There Goes Rhymin’ Simon” in 1973, along with younger admirers like the neo-Appalachian songwriter Gillian Welch, the harmony-loving indie-rock band Grizzly Bear and the popera singer Josh Groban.
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  11. quetzales *
    • 2008 March 28, Louise Tutelian, “Guatemala as Muse and Base for a Writer”, New York Times:
      Women in traditional dress sit with baskets along the dirt and cobblestone paths, accepting quetzales, the local currency, for their avocados, potatoes, onions and eggs.
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  12. refiguring
    • 2008 March 28, Paul Vitello, “A School Board Clash in Pennsylvania, With Echoes”, New York Times:
      Ethnic and racial identity may be to politics what unified field theory is to physics — that one big unsolved question that lures the best and brightest students with the promise of a deeper reality, and leaves them all tangled like pretzels. Mr. Obama may have come closest to solving the riddle, but even he keeps finding himself refiguring the simple math forced on any local candidate of color, like Mr. Torres Cordero: how to be of the minority culture and yet be a leader among the majority.
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  13. tiendas *
  14. unexotic

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