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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-03 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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81980 tokens ‧ 59865 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7930 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.277%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-05-03[edit]

  1. bacopa
    • 2008 May 3, Katie Hafner, “Exercise Your Brain, or Else You’ll ... Uh ...”, New York Times:
      Decaying brains, or the fear thereof, have inspired a mini-industry of brain health products — not just supplements like coenzyme Q10, ginseng and bacopa, but computer-based fitter-brain products as well.
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  2. beddings
    • 2008 May 3, Michael J. De La Merced, “Bankruptcy Protection for Retailer”, New York Times:
      The recent wave of bankruptcies in American retailing widened on Friday as Linens ’n Things, the big seller of beddings and home furnishings, filed for protection from its creditors.
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  3. chumbo *
  4. excessed
    • 2008 May 3, “When New York Teachers Don’t Teach”, New York Times:
      In 2006, I was excessed because my program had to make a few cuts and a new, inexperienced supervisor decided that he couldn’t handle a knowledgeable older teacher so he removed me.
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  5. groundedness
  6. hoofprints
    • 2008 May 3, Andy Newman, “On Staten Island, More Deer and Few Solutions”, New York Times:
      In five minutes, she pointed out the tracks of at least six deer: does with rounded hoofprints, bucks with big pointy prints the length of a man’s finger, fawns with little prints.
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  7. kallah
    • 2008 May 3, Debra Nussbaum, “Among Orthodox Jews, More Openness on Sexuality”, New York Times:
      Shortly before Toby Goldfisher Kaplowitz married two years ago, she went to a kallah teacher — a woman who prepares Orthodox Jewish brides to be intimate with their husbands.
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  8. leanly
    • 2008 May 3, The New York Times, “Derby Side Bet: U.P.S. vs. KFC”, New York Times:
      Thus, if Big Brown, the leanly sculptured colt who is sponsored by United Parcel Service — also known as Big Brown — crosses the finish line first, U.P.S. will donate $5,000 to Metro United Way , and the KFC Corporation, operator of the chicken restaurant chain, will match that gift.
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  9. midthigh
  10. municipals
  11. neurosoftware
  12. nonholy
    • 2008 May 3, Debra Nussbaum, “Among Orthodox Jews, More Openness on Sexuality”, New York Times:
      “But because of the tone the media takes, which is crass and nonrespectful, which the Orthodox community would say is nonholy, it’s discounted.”
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  13. nonrespectful
    • 2008 May 3, Debra Nussbaum, “Among Orthodox Jews, More Openness on Sexuality”, New York Times:
      “But because of the tone the media takes, which is crass and nonrespectful, which the Orthodox community would say is nonholy, it’s discounted.”
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  14. overpacked
    • 2008 May 3, “Flying? Less Is Better”, New York Times:
      Not knowing what to expect, I completely overpacked and was forced to check my suitcase.
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  15. rhinestoned
    • 2008 May 3, Ben Ratliff, “Forever Dolly: Unbowed, Unsinkable”, New York Times:
      She let a bit of roots music in, like the bluegrass of “Shattered Image” and the Irish folk song of “Only Dreamin’ ”; she played a bit of dulcimer, autoharp, electric guitar and piano, all of them white and rhinestoned.
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  16. skyrise
  17. subscapularis
  18. undictatorial
    • 2008 May 3, Alastair Macaulay, “About Mr. B.: A Compact Guide to a Master’s Works”, New York Times:
       ” Slim enough to fit into a jacket pocket, it surveys 22 of Balanchine’s most popular ballets; it’s good-humored, enthusiastic and undictatorial; it gives you numerous things to look out for in any performance; and it abounds with insights.
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  19. unnarrated
    • 2008 May 3, Felicia R. Lee, “Arab and Israeli Peace, at Least for Children”, New York Times:
      What becomes quickly evident in the unnarrated, almost hourlong “Bridge Over the Wadi” is that the children adapt more easily than the adults to difference.
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  20. unrelinquished

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