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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-12 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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69591 tokens ‧ 50736 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7553 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.278%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-05-12[edit]

  1. commissionership
    • 2008 May 12, George Vecsey, “Accepting the Costs of a Life in Football”, New York Times:
      He has been a shining light of the N.F.L. , his name even floated around when the commissionership was open a couple of years ago.
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  2. dayshift
    • 2008 May 12, Katharine Q. Seelye, “As Rivals Rest on Mother’s Day, Clinton Pushes On”, New York Times:
      In a reflective and conversational tone, she blended the experiences of everywoman, from “all these mothers who take whatever life throws at us,” and the mother who “gets up every morning, gets the kids ready for school, does the laundry, buys the groceries, cooks the dinners, helps on the homework and maybe works the dayshift, a nightshift or a double shift” to those who “dare to compete in the boardroom and the backroom.”
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  3. enflame
    • 2008 May 12, Dan Bilefsky, “Tilt to West Is Seen in Elections in Serbia”, New York Times:
      That policy is effectively partitioning the newborn country and could enflame ethnic Albanians, who consider all of Kosovo their territory.
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  4. miniresurgence
  5. multihour
    • 2008 May 12, Brian Stelter, “Fox Business Refines Lineup in Daytime”, New York Times:
      The changes will affect almost every daytime hour, eliminating some multihour programs in favor of one-hour formats at pivotal points in the day.
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  6. multinetwork
    • 2008 May 12, Richard Sandomir, “The United States Open Changes Its Cable Home”, New York Times:
      Except for being a part of NBC Universal ’s multinetwork Olympic coverage, USA has been moving away from sports and increasingly producing more original series.
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  7. nightshift
    • 2008 May 12, Katharine Q. Seelye, “As Rivals Rest on Mother’s Day, Clinton Pushes On”, New York Times:
      In a reflective and conversational tone, she blended the experiences of everywoman, from “all these mothers who take whatever life throws at us,” and the mother who “gets up every morning, gets the kids ready for school, does the laundry, buys the groceries, cooks the dinners, helps on the homework and maybe works the dayshift, a nightshift or a double shift” to those who “dare to compete in the boardroom and the backroom.”
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  8. postsurgical
    • 2008 May 12, George Vecsey, “Accepting the Costs of a Life in Football”, New York Times:
      Lying in his hospital bed, Reggie Williams watched a flow of blood, four or five inches high, coming from his postsurgical knee.
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  9. proposee
    • 2008 May 12, “Metropolitan Diary”, New York Times:
      A crowd of passers-by was gathering, waiting for the proposee to emerge from her building.
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  10. pseudoaneurysm
    • 2008 May 12, George Vecsey, “Accepting the Costs of a Life in Football”, New York Times:
      One nurse aggressively stanched the arterial pseudoaneurysm with a copious number of four-inch gauze pads, but Williams’s ordeal is hardly over.
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  11. reimagination
    • 2008 May 12, Alastair Macaulay, “City Ballet’s Itinerary: Robbins and Beyond”, New York Times:
      But Balanchine’s Japan takes us, like keyhole peepers, through bridal ritual to privately acrobatic eroticism. Mr. Martins’s China is Maoist, a repetitious but sardonically pretty reimagination of Madame Mao and her female attendants.
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  12. seminarrative
    • 2008 May 12, Alastair Macaulay, “City Ballet’s Itinerary: Robbins and Beyond”, New York Times:
      And the only item of “World Tour” that makes us feel like happy tourists is “An American in Paris,” with its changes of painterly scenery by Adrianne Lobel, the marvelously witty juxtapositions of color in Holly Hynes’s post-World War II costumes and its sweet seminarrative of a painter whose wanderings through Paris bring him waves of urban chic, romance and le jazz hot.
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  13. sissonnes
    • 2008 May 12, Alastair Macaulay, “City Ballet’s Itinerary: Robbins and Beyond”, New York Times:
      The pairs of backward-diagonal traveling sissonnes (jumps from two legs to one) are another motif so accentuated as to become irresistible.
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  14. strongpoint
  15. suppressions
    • 2008 May 12, Benjamin Weiser, “Police in Gun Searches Face Disbelief in Court”, New York Times:
      Federal judges rarely suppress evidence, Judge Martin said, and the unusual number of suppressions in New York City gun cases raises questions about whether such tactics may be common.
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  16. ubercompetitor
  17. unrepressed
    • 2008 May 12, Nate Chinen, “Recalling Miles Davis by Crossing Cultures”, New York Times:
      The trumpeter Wallace Roney, a leading disciple of the Davis sound and style, played with exacting purpose and unrepressed enthusiasm, carving up the song.
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  18. zheng *
    • 2008 May 12, Allan Kozinn, “Downsizing a Larger-Than-Life Warlord”, New York Times:
      He beefed up the Chinese elements, which include exotic percussion and zheng (zither) passages, sliding string figures and elements borrowed from Beijing Opera, and he added music that points up the conflicts within the emperor’s family.
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