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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-04-10 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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102984 tokens ‧ 75979 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9324 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.311%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-04-10[edit]

  1. chairback
    • 2008 April 10, The Associated Press, “St. John’s to Renovate Arena”, New York Times:
      A new playing surface, a renovated seating bowl with 800 chairback seats, and enhanced ticketing and lobby areas are among the changes expected for the 2008-9 season.
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  2. costumey
  3. croissantlike
    • 2008 April 10, Roberta Smith, “Consummate Recycler Meets a Pointillist”, New York Times:
      The eye comes from the croissantlike truncation of a woman’s head in Picasso’s 1936 “Straw Hat With Blue Leaves,” a form Mr. Johns has worked with for years.
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  4. equitied
    • 2008 April 10, Penelope Green, “Choosing Luxuries in Tight Times”, New York Times:
      However, in the last few years, people have equitied their houses to death, so business as a whole has just slowed right down.”
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  5. grommeted
  6. hangtag
    • 2008 April 10, Eric Wilson, “Where That Suit Has Been”, New York Times:
      “There will be a hangtag that says ‘This suit was produced with 15 kilograms of CO2,’ ” Mr. Gadot said.
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  7. heparinlike
    • 2008 April 10, Walt Bogdanich, “Heparin Is Now Suspected in 62 Fatalities Across U.S.”, New York Times:
      The F.D.A. is still investigating whether those deaths and hundreds of allergic reactions were caused by a heparinlike contaminant made in China that was added to the drug somewhere during the manufacturing process.
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  8. hippieish
  9. liriope
    • 2008 April 10, Leslie Land, “Covering Up a Slender Strip”, New York Times:
      Classics like thyme, snow-in-summer (Cerastium tomentosum) and liriope make low carpets that seem subdued even when in bloom.
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  10. lorazepam
    • 2008 April 10, The Associated Press, “Oil Spill Pilot’s Record Indicated Problems”, New York Times:
      Captain Cota took many pills, including lorazepam, an antianxiety medicine; Imitrex for migraines; Provigil to increase wakefulness; and Darvon Compound-65 for pain.
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  11. oddsmaking
  12. oversulfated
    • 2008 April 10, Walt Bogdanich, “Heparin Is Now Suspected in 62 Fatalities Across U.S.”, New York Times:
      Investigators have not yet established how or why the additive, called oversulfated chondroitin sulfate, ended up in heparin, though the fact that it is cheaper to make than the actual drug points to the possible involvement of counterfeiters.
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  13. overutilized
    • 2008 April 10, Thomas Kaplan, “Explaining Lieberman’s Web Crash”, New York Times:
      “The server that hosted the joe2006.com Web site failed because it was overutilized and misconfigured,” the newspaper said the F.B.I. wrote.
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  14. postdraft
  15. prepurchase
    • 2008 April 10, Eric Wilson, “Where That Suit Has Been”, New York Times:
      To environmentally conscious consumers, the prepurchase itinerary of clothes has become as important a consideration as the organic nature of the materials used to make them.
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  16. reinvade
    • 2008 April 10, Ethan Bronner, “Hamas in Largest Arms Buildup Yet, Israeli Study Says”, New York Times:
      The study, however, asserts that any kind of truce would allow Hamas to build its military structure further, although it also says Hamas’s big worry is that Israel will reinvade Gaza.
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  17. remarketed
  18. sempervivum *
    • 2008 April 10, Leslie Land, “Covering Up a Slender Strip”, New York Times:
      Where hard-edged might be nice, consider a collection of hens and chicks (sempervivum species), the small succulents whose spreading rosettes often cover green roofs.
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  19. sparkplug
  20. underchoreographed
  21. underenthused
  22. unjolly
  23. unstamped
    • 2008 April 10, Andy Newman, “Arrest of Cigarette Seller Is a Coup, Brooklyn Officials Say”, New York Times:
      Mr. Nablisi, who has a legitimate business running an electronics store, typically bought cartons of unstamped cigarettes, probably from someone who had bought them on an Indian reservation, an official said.
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  24. vellumlike
    • 2008 April 10, Roberta Smith, “Consummate Recycler Meets a Pointillist”, New York Times:
      The materials are almost as various: different combinations of ink, graphite, graphite pencil, graphite wash, watercolor, pastel, acrylic, oil stick, colored pencil and collage on paper or vellumlike plastic.
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  25. vocalistic
    • 2008 April 10, Jon Pareles, “Santana, the Old and the New, in a Concert Spanning the Decades”, New York Times:
      He learned his bending, wailing notes from B. B. King , but his tone and attack are instantly recognizable, as is the basic arc of his solos: fervent but terse melody statements heading for frenetic scales and trills that lead to even more frenetic tremolos, able to match his Latin percussion section impact for impact. Mr. Santana can shred as well as any speed-crazed guitarist alive, but unlike most of them he maintains the vocalistic phrasing and keening sense of meditation he draws from jazz in general and Coltrane in particular.
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  26. wordings
    • 2008 April 10, Janet Maslin, “What Emancipation Didn’t Stop After All”, New York Times:
      This gets “Slavery by Another Name” off to a shaky start, if only because many of Mr. Blackmon’s wordings are speculative.
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