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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-04-02 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-13).

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102441 tokens ‧ 75461 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9026 types ‧ 28 (~ 0.31%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-04-02[edit]

  1. bevasiranib
    • 2008 April 2, Andrew Pollack, “Study Is Setback for Some RNA-Based Drugs”, New York Times:
      The Opko drug, called bevasiranib, is now in the final stage of clinical trials, so it could be the first RNA interference drug to reach the market.
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  2. bluebacks
    • 2008 April 2, Julia Moskin, “The Phantom of the Menu: Chatham Cod”, New York Times:
      Streams and rivers were silver with thick schools of river herring — alewives, bluebacks and shad, the largest species of herring — making their annual runs from the Atlantic to freshwater spawning grounds upstream.
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  3. coachspeak
    • 2008 April 2, Harvey Araton, “Departing Presence Rutgers Can Build Upon”, New York Times:
      At that Final Four in Cleveland, during group interviews that are invariably dominated by coachspeak, it was obvious that Carson had a whole lot to say.
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  4. crabwalks
    • 2008 April 2, Michael Brick, “The Businessman Who Finds Time to Fight”, New York Times:
      As a recent morning workout began at the gym, Rooney led the fighters through a series of knee bends, jumping jacks and crabwalks.
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  5. destigmatize
    • 2008 April 2, “Equal Time for Mental Health Care”, New York Times:
      Including addiction with other mental illnesses is a chance to destigmatize a disease that brings pain and suffering to millions of Americans and their families.
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  6. dolomitic
    • 2008 April 2, Isabel Kershner, “For Some, a Bridge Too Close for Comfort”, New York Times:
      The bridge embankments will be clad in the pale dolomitic limestone that characterizes the city. Mr. Calatrava also thought of capping the mast in gold, imagining it catching the light at sunrise and sunset.
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  7. fortressed
    • 2008 April 2, Ben Ratliff, “Bulletproof, Yet Decidedly Vulnerable”, New York Times:
      His persona is fortressed: nonbelieving, meta-everything, unanxious, slow-going, distant, guarded, sardonic, nuanced.
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  8. garroting
    • 2008 April 2, Maureen Dowd, “The Hillary Waltz”, New York Times:
      But the Hillary camp will garrote him with his mistakes until he fully appreciates what garroting feels like.
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  9. hedgefundland
    • 2008 April 2, Peter Edmonston, “Dear Investor: We’re Stumped”, New York Times:
      He relied on a quote from Thompson to sum up the queasy feeling in hedgefundland: “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.”
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  10. itemizers
    • 2008 April 2, David Leonhardt, “Playing the Housing Blame Game”, New York Times:
      These itemizers tend to be upper-income families who would own homes even without a tax break.
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  11. jointedness
  12. macroeconomists
    • 2008 April 2, Peter Edmonston, “Dear Investor: We’re Stumped”, New York Times:
      “We are not macroeconomists, and even the best of those do not have the answers.”
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  13. naloxone
    • 2008 April 2, Erik Eckholm, “A Grim Tradition, and a Long Struggle to End It”, New York Times:
      Bertha K. Madras, a deputy director at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, has said that Narcan, the trade name for naloxone, should be administered only by medical professionals and that it could make addicts feel safer and less likely to seek care.
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  14. noncompulsory
    • 2008 April 2, Mark Mazzetti, “Pentagon Is Expected to Close Intelligence Unit”, New York Times:
      The Pentagon has issued hundreds of so-called national security letters, which are noncompulsory, as a tool to examine the income of employees suspected of collaborating with a foreign spy service or international terrorist network.
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  15. nondominant
    • 2008 April 2, Sandra Aamodt And Sam Wang, “Tighten Your Belt, Strengthen Your Mind”, New York Times:
      In psychological studies, even something as simple as using your nondominant hand to brush your teeth for two weeks can increase willpower capacity.
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  16. ophthalmics
    • 2008 April 2, Andrew Pollack, “Study Is Setback for Some RNA-Based Drugs”, New York Times:
      Samuel J. Reich, the executive vice president for ophthalmics at Opko, said the company’s own data showed its drug did enter cells in the eye.
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  17. ovenware
    • 2008 April 2, Harold Mcgee, “On Food and Zapping”, New York Times:
      Special plastic steamers or plastic wrap are popular, but I prefer glass or ceramic ovenware, either with their own lids or with a plate on top.
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  18. paperwhites
    • 2008 April 2, Ralph Blumenthal, “No Need to Apologize: City Tries a Little Boasting”, New York Times:
      Across the way, at Rienzi — the palatial former home of the arts patrons Carroll Sterling Masterson and Harris Masterson III that now houses the European decorative arts collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston — the bulb garden was a flash of blinding paperwhites punctuated by blue Dutch hyacinth.
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  19. saladlike
    • 2008 April 2, Felicia R. Lee, “Like the Candidates, TV’s Political Pundits Show Signs of Diversity”, New York Times:
      A more saladlike pundit mix has been front and center in the last couple of weeks, she said, because of news developments: Mr. Obama’s speech on race, prompted by the controversy over the remarks of his former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. ; and Geraldine Ferraro ’s assertion that Mr. Obama’s race was a reason for his political success.
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  20. sancocho *
    • 2008 April 2, Jane Sigal, “Old Chickens Never Die, They Just Bubble Away”, New York Times:
      So the Tellos sell them, along with the occasional old rooster, to people who know what to do with them — mostly Eastern Europeans cooking chicken soup and Latin Americans preparing sancocho, a brothy stew with yucca, cilantro, plantain and potato.
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  21. scaldingly
    • 2008 April 2, Harold Mcgee, “On Food and Zapping”, New York Times:
      But it can also cause a mug of hot water to erupt scaldingly, char nuts and breads on the inside, and blow up eggs and butter.
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  22. thirdhand
    • 2008 April 2, The New York Times, “Talks May End Mugabe’s Rule in Zimbabwe”, New York Times:
      Harare, the capital, was abuzz on Tuesday with such so-called insider accounts, each one undoubtedly taking new plot twists as they went from secondhand to thirdhand and further on.
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  23. unanxious
    • 2008 April 2, Ben Ratliff, “Bulletproof, Yet Decidedly Vulnerable”, New York Times:
      His persona is fortressed: nonbelieving, meta-everything, unanxious, slow-going, distant, guarded, sardonic, nuanced.
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  24. undercovers
    • 2008 April 2, Jim Dwyer, “Queens Trial: 50 Bullets and 2 Versions”, New York Times:
      It was the last night of a police effort to shut down the topless bar, the Club Kalua, and the undercovers needed one more prostitution arrest to have it declared an official nuisance.
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  25. underproductivity
    • 2008 April 2, “Equal Time for Mental Health Care”, New York Times:
      Philosophical and biological questions aside, mental illnesses cost billions in health care costs, disability benefits, economic underproductivity, the criminal justice system and foster care, among others.
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