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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-06 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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89748 tokens ‧ 66535 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8379 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.274%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-05-06[edit]

  1. alendronate
  2. angiolytic
    • 2008 May 6, Lawrence K. Altman, “Lasers May Treat Cancers of the Larynx”, New York Times:
      He also speculated that the angiolytic laser might eventually be adapted for treatment of cancers of the esophagus, bladder, cervix, windpipe and parts of the lungs.
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  3. antilogging
    • 2008 May 6, James C. Mckinley Jr., “16 Are Killed as Gunmen Seek Rancher in Mexico”, New York Times:
      In 2002, he was investigated on suspicion of ordering the killing of Digna Ochoa, a human rights lawyer who represented antilogging activists in Guerrero.
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  4. barlike
    • 2008 May 6, Michael Powell, “Tagged as Elitist, Obama Shifts Campaign From High-Flown to Folksy”, New York Times:
      EVANSVILLE, Ind. — With sleeves rolled up and folksy on his mind, Barack Obama stepped into the Evansville Labor Temple — a highbrow name for a barlike haunt where the walls are adorned with photos of Nascar drivers, basketball schedules and a poster celebrating the 75th anniversary of the end of Prohibition. Mr. Obama slapped backs and ambled over to a mountainous breakfast buffet long on grease.
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  5. lineouts
  6. methyltestosterone
    • 2008 May 6, The Associated Press, “Wal-Mart Expands Program Providing Drug Discounts”, New York Times:
      Tamoxifen , used to treat breast cancer, will be offered for $9 for a 30-day supply, as will combination estrogen/methyltestosterone tablets, prescribed for menopause and hormone deficiency.
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  7. mudbogging
  8. nonreflecting
    • 2008 May 6, Henry Fountain, “Harmful Rays? For Some Spiders, a Mating Signal”, New York Times:
      Then, through a series of experiments with various light filters, they showed that females chose UVB-reflecting males significantly more often than nonreflecting ones.
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  9. nonsequel
    • 2008 May 6, Reuters, “Hit Movie Helps Marvel Stock Soar”, New York Times:
      The film had the second-biggest opening for a nonsequel ever, according to Media by Numbers, a provider of box-office data.
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  10. opioidlike
    • 2008 May 6, Jane E. Brody, “The Growing Wave of Teenage Self-Injury”, New York Times:
      Experts theorize that it may be reinforced by the release in the brain of opioidlike endorphins that result in a natural high and emotional relief.
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  11. photoangiolytic
    • 2008 May 6, Lawrence K. Altman, “Lasers May Treat Cancers of the Larynx”, New York Times:
      The new procedure relies on a type of laser called the pulsed photoangiolytic KTP. Its green light selectively destroys the blood vessels feeding the tumor without burning the vocal cords.
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  12. sportsbook
    • 2008 May 6, Steve Friess, “New Titans of Las Vegas Reinvent Old Formula”, New York Times:
      The starting point for many of these men is their family’s fortunes and Las Vegas history. Mr. Maloof’s father was a basketball team owner and beer distributor from Albuquerque who served Las Vegas resorts. Mr. Marnell’s father is the city’s premier general contractor and architect who built the Bellagio and the Wynn and who developed the Rio All-Suites Hotel-Casino. Mr. Rogers’s father is the owner of the NBC affiliate in Las Vegas and six other TV stations; Mr. Poster’s uncle was a top sportsbook oddsmaker.
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  13. strayers
  14. sulfonylurea
  15. switchyard
    • 2008 May 6, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs: ‘La Roue’”, New York Times:
      Life is sweet — or at least as sweet as possible for the hard-working family, which lives in a narrow house between tracks in the Nice switchyard — until Zola’s biological fatalism raises its head.
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  16. violinmakers
    • 2008 May 6, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs: ‘La Roue’”, New York Times:
      Elie takes to building sexually symbolic violins by hand, furiously searching for the secret formula for varnish used by the violinmakers of Cremona; Sisif takes to piloting his no-less-Freudian express train with increasing, and drunken, abandon.
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  17. ziplining
    • 2008 May 6, Katie Zezima, “Can M-U-D Really Spell M-O-N-E-Y?”, New York Times:
      The inn also offers adventure packages, including ziplining and a truck safari, where a military vehicle chugs up the side of a muddy mountain.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. mens *
    • 2008 May 6, George Vecsey, “A Fallen Star of the City Game”, New York Times:
      The Quad followed every bounce, every rebound and every bracket-busting play of the mens and womens N.C.A.A. basketball tournaments.
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  2. womens
    • 2008 May 6, George Vecsey, “A Fallen Star of the City Game”, New York Times:
      The Quad followed every bounce, every rebound and every bracket-busting play of the mens and womens N.C.A.A. basketball tournaments.
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