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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-04-30 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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102317 tokens ‧ 75224 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9186 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.337%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-04-30[edit]

  1. andouillettes
    • 2008 April 30, Florence Fabricant, “A Romanian Lets a Frenchman Into His Salami Shop”, New York Times:
      Mr. Katz and Mr. Picioane hope to add duck rillettes and possibly even andouillettes, a kind of tripe sausage that might have Francophiles rushing to Queens.
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  2. cemita
    • 2008 April 30, Julia Moskin, “The Next Best Things in Sliced Bread”, New York Times:
      “Poblano food is famous in all of Mexico,” said Raúl Hernández, a restaurant worker who was polishing off a cemita at Los Girasoles in Woodside, Queens, last week.
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  3. chacarero
    • 2008 April 30, Julia Moskin, “The Next Best Things in Sliced Bread”, New York Times:
      The research for this article produced as much regret as revelation, with unrequitable longings for far-away creations like Chicago’s jibarito (steak squeezed between thin, crusty slices of smashed plantain) and extinct species like the chacarero of Jackson Heights, Queens: a Chilean sandwich with a garnish of chopped green beans, the specialty of a bakery that is now closed.
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  4. conibear
  5. jibarito
    • 2008 April 30, Julia Moskin, “The Next Best Things in Sliced Bread”, New York Times:
      The research for this article produced as much regret as revelation, with unrequitable longings for far-away creations like Chicago’s jibarito (steak squeezed between thin, crusty slices of smashed plantain) and extinct species like the chacarero of Jackson Heights, Queens: a Chilean sandwich with a garnish of chopped green beans, the specialty of a bakery that is now closed.
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  6. leghold
  7. marionberries
    • 2008 April 30, “Letters”, New York Times:
      Allow frozen berries to thaw for five minutes on the counter; I use a blend of raspberries, marionberries and blueberries from Costco.
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  8. methergine
    • 2008 April 30, Craig S. Smith, “Albert Hofmann, the Father of LSD, Dies at 102”, New York Times:
      Dr. Hofmann’s work produced other important drugs, including methergine, used to treat postpartum hemorrhaging, the leading cause of death from childbirth.
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  9. microjets
    • 2008 April 30, Joe Sharkey, “Private Jets Are Flying Higher”, New York Times:
      Meanwhile, a new segment of the market has emerged around new very light jets, also known as microjets, which are compact, short-range, four- to six-seat aircraft priced at the lowest end of the market.
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  10. nigella
    • 2008 April 30, Florence Fabricant, “A Fresh Look at the Spice Rack”, New York Times:
      The book could guide an adventurous cook in discovering less commonplace seasonings, like nigella, wattle seed and sumac, with inviting dishes like chicken baked with onions and sumac.
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  11. nontargeted
  12. oversulfated
  13. parm
    • 2008 April 30, Julia Moskin, “The Next Best Things in Sliced Bread”, New York Times:
      And new contenders are turning up all the time to challenge the mighty meatball parm and the elegant B.L.T. Whether invented, imported, or refined here — whether discovered in the boroughs or farther afield — the seven sandwiches here move the dialogue forward.
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  14. poststorm
    • 2008 April 30, Adam Nossiter, “Against Odds, New Orleans Schools Fight Back”, New York Times:
      Only in the last year, with the marshaling of new forces, has anything like a coherent poststorm strategy for the shaky schools here emerged.
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  15. psilocin
  16. rotelike
    • 2008 April 30, Adam Nossiter, “Against Odds, New Orleans Schools Fight Back”, New York Times:
      A wide range of teaching styles has been employed, from the rotelike call-and-response methods of the KIPP (Knowledge Is Power Program) Foundation school to more traditional textbook-based approaches.
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  17. scheurebe
    • 2008 April 30, Florence Fabricant, “Wine and Beer Calendar”, New York Times:
      On May 7 there will be a dinner with wines made from obscure grapes like Austrian zierfandler and German scheurebe and Italian ruché.
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  18. seriocomedy
    • 2008 April 30, David Carr, “Who Needs Cachet if You Have New York?”, New York Times:
      Christopher Weekes, a writer-director who came all the way from Sydney to show “Bitter and Twisted,” a suburban seriocomedy that is one of the more talked-about features at the festival, said over a lunch of organic chicken and Kobe beef that New York had something all directors crave.
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  19. singharas
    • 2008 April 30, Florence Fabricant, “A Fresh Look at the Spice Rack”, New York Times:
      But occasionally, more information would help, as in a recipe for singharas.
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  20. subscapularis
    • 2008 April 30, Jack Curry, “Posada Waits for News; A-Rod Is on D.L.”, New York Times:
      Posada had a small tear in his subscapularis muscle earlier this season and tried to keep playing with the help of a strength and exercise program.
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  21. supermidsize
    • 2008 April 30, Joe Sharkey, “Private Jets Are Flying Higher”, New York Times:
      Passengers can fly on jets in many categories, from small-capacity light cabins to midsize and supermidsize cabins to so-called heavy-metal jets.
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  22. tlilxochitl
  23. trailerlike
    • 2008 April 30, Adam Nossiter, “Against Odds, New Orleans Schools Fight Back”, New York Times:
      There is no gym and no auditorium at Carver, and at breaks the school’s 350 students congregate on unshaded strips of concrete between the trailerlike boxes.
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  24. unrequitable
    • 2008 April 30, Julia Moskin, “The Next Best Things in Sliced Bread”, New York Times:
      The research for this article produced as much regret as revelation, with unrequitable longings for far-away creations like Chicago’s jibarito (steak squeezed between thin, crusty slices of smashed plantain) and extinct species like the chacarero of Jackson Heights, Queens: a Chilean sandwich with a garnish of chopped green beans, the specialty of a bakery that is now closed.
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  25. zierfandler
    • 2008 April 30, Florence Fabricant, “Wine and Beer Calendar”, New York Times:
      On May 7 there will be a dinner with wines made from obscure grapes like Austrian zierfandler and German scheurebe and Italian ruché.
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  26. ziplock
    • 2008 April 30, Terry Trucco, “A Checked Bag, the Wise Say, Is Bound to Stray”, New York Times:
      The Ritz-Carlton Chicago has a long inventory of items provided on request, like cuff links, nail polish, shoelaces and ziplock bags for toiletries.
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