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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-07 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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87160 tokens ‧ 64247 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8307 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.265%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-05-07[edit]

  1. alfajores *
    • 2008 May 7, Florence Fabricant, “Come for the Clothes, Stay for the Sweets”, New York Times:
      Later there are quiches ($5.99), brownies ($2.50), tiny fruit tarts ($1.50), above, Argentine alfajores cookies filled with dulce de leche (6 for $8), sandwiches ($8 to $12) and salads.
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  2. baggable
    • 2008 May 7, Felicity Barringer, “A City Committed to Recycling Is Ready for More”, New York Times:
      Another major innovation in the past decade was the development of infrastructure for turning food wastes — a major part of the waste stream in a city with thousands of restaurants — into baggable compost that is used in California’s vineyards and the vast farms of the Central Valley.
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  3. cabrito
    • 2008 May 7, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      David Schuttenberg, who worked at Fatty Crab, will dish up cabrito (goat), slow-roasted with sour orange, among other rustic dishes: 50 Carmine Street (Bedford Street), (212) 929-5050.
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  4. casseroled
    • 2008 May 7, The New York Times, “Turqua Grill and The JakeWalk”, New York Times:
      The partners — Mustafa Ozkaya, the cook, and Seyran Say, the host — put forth a perfect plate of fried calf’s liver cubes, buttery iskender kebabs and an extensive list of grilled, fried and casseroled seafood, none of which tops $20, except for the mixed grill which is $21.95.
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  5. culinarians
  6. dismissers
    • 2008 May 7, Bill Keller, “The Making of Yeltsin, His Boldness and Flaws”, New York Times:
      For years after Yeltsin crashed onto the political scene, the Gorbachev-infatuated West was overwhelmingly dismissive. Mr. Colton, a professor of government and director of Russian studies at Harvard and the author of a grand history of the city of Moscow, cops to being one of those early dismissers.
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  7. enotecas
    • 2008 May 7, The New York Times, “Turqua Grill and The JakeWalk”, New York Times:
      The JakeWalk is a counterpoint to Manhattan’s conspicuously chic enotecas, less a wine bar than a friendly neighborhood bar with over 200 wines.
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  8. haydari
    • 2008 May 7, The New York Times, “Turqua Grill and The JakeWalk”, New York Times:
      Dips show off the regional fondness for walnuts, in haydari, a bracing dish of yogurt with dill and garlic, and muhammara, a spicy, creamy marriage of tomato, tahini, onion and garlic brought together with pomegranate juice and olive oil.
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  9. homy
    • 2008 May 7, Florence Fabricant, “Truffles? Call It Fudge With Class”, New York Times:
      But John Kelly Chocolates in Los Angeles has made the truffle homy by using old-fashioned fudge instead of ganache.
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  10. iskender
    • 2008 May 7, The New York Times, “Turqua Grill and The JakeWalk”, New York Times:
      The partners — Mustafa Ozkaya, the cook, and Seyran Say, the host — put forth a perfect plate of fried calf’s liver cubes, buttery iskender kebabs and an extensive list of grilled, fried and casseroled seafood, none of which tops $20, except for the mixed grill which is $21.95.
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  11. miniconcert
  12. muhammara
    • 2008 May 7, The New York Times, “Turqua Grill and The JakeWalk”, New York Times:
      Dips show off the regional fondness for walnuts, in haydari, a bracing dish of yogurt with dill and garlic, and muhammara, a spicy, creamy marriage of tomato, tahini, onion and garlic brought together with pomegranate juice and olive oil.
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  13. pizzamaker
    • 2008 May 7, Florence Fabricant, “Off the Menu”, New York Times:
      SOUTH BROOKLYN PIZZA Pizzaiolos can be fussy, and Jim McGown, a real estate developer and self-taught pizzamaker, is no different.
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  14. rillette
    • 2008 May 7, The New York Times, “Turqua Grill and The JakeWalk”, New York Times:
      It’s possible to cobble together a meatier meal, like country pâté ($8) or succulent duck rillette ($7).
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  15. semblances
    • 2008 May 7, Dennis Hevesi, “Alvin Colt, Broadway Costume Designer, Dies at 91”, New York Times:
      The costume for the character of Rafreaky (Rafiki, the anthropomorphized monkey in the original production) was a clattering of tins cans, semblances of fried eggs and Donald Duck dolls, all intended to poke fun at more elaborate Disney creations.
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  16. underhedged
    • 2008 May 7, Landon Thomas Jr., “Quarrel Erupts Between Bear’s Elder Statesmen”, New York Times:
      Instead, it was a collective failure of the governing five-man executive committee that over the years became so fixated on increasing the firm’s book value — and expecting the stock price to follow — that it lost sight of the concentrated, underhedged exposure to the home mortgage market that left Bear vulnerable.
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  17. universalists

Sequestered[edit]

  1. maqam
    • 2008 May 7, William Grimes, “Ilyas Malayev, 72, Uzbek Musician and Poet, Dies”, New York Times:
      Mr. Malayev achieved great popularity as a variety performer and wedding entertainer, combining comedy routines, poetry recitations, excerpts from the shash maqam and his own songs.
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  2. vanned
    • 2008 May 7, T. D. Thornton, “Injured Racehorses You Didn’t See”, New York Times:
      Although recent headlines might indicate otherwise, the owner, the trainer, the jockey and the groom of Eight Belles aren’t entitled to a deeper sadness or sense of loss than, say, the handlers of Hack Rein, an 0-for-7 maiden who “broke down in the upper stretch and was vanned off” in the third race at Evangeline Downs in Louisiana, barely an hour after the Kentucky Derby.
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