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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-20 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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95540 tokens ‧ 71127 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8994 types ‧ 30 (~ 0.334%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-05-20[edit]

  1. anticoalition
    • 2008 May 20, The Associated Press, “U.S. Says It Is Holding 500 Youths in Iraq”, New York Times:
      “The juveniles that the United States has detained have been captured engaging in anticoalition activity, such as planting improvised explosive devices, operating as lookouts for insurgents or actively engaged in fighting against U.S. and coalition forces,” the report said.
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  2. banlieues *
  3. bupropion
    • 2008 May 20, Jane E. Brody, “Trying to Break Nicotine’s Grip”, New York Times:
      Two other drugs approved for treating smokers who want to quit are a sustained-release form of the antidepressant bupropion, which helps to curb weight gain among former smokers, and a relatively new drug, varenicline.
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  4. dappling
  5. eggheaded
    • 2008 May 20, Natalie Angier, “Who Is the Walrus?”, New York Times:
      The walrus might well be a match for any famously eggheaded animal of any nonhuman order: for Flipper, for Willy, for Alex the gray parrot, for Kanzi the bonobo chimpanzee.
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  6. eggman
    • 2008 May 20, Natalie Angier, “Who Is the Walrus?”, New York Times:
      But walruses remain perversely, lumpishly obscure, known mostly for their sing-song linkage with a carpenter, an eggman and goo goo goo joob.
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  7. expressionistically
    • 2008 May 20, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs: Westerns”, New York Times:
      The film’s psychological journey leads to a shootout in an abandoned mining town, staged by Mann in multi-leveled, expressionistically distorted space that seems a universe away from the open plains and sharp horizon lines of Ford’s classical vision.
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  8. flippered
    • 2008 May 20, Natalie Angier, “Ice Dwellers Are Finding Less Ice to Dwell On”, New York Times:
      But researchers have little doubt that the figure is on a downward slide, as the polar ice sheet on which the mammal depends for every stage of its life thins and retreats from beneath its flippered feet.
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  9. giganticism
    • 2008 May 20, Charles V. Bagli, “New Developer Signs $1 Billion Deal to Transform West Side Railyards”, New York Times:
      “The giganticism of the proposed developments on the yards and the speed with which the M.T.A. and the city seem to be rushing to adopt a plan are a great concern,” said Andrew Berman, a member of the Hudson Yards Community Advisory Committee.
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  10. landmarkable
    • 2008 May 20, Bruce Weber, “Regina Kellerman, 84, Locator of New York’s First City Hall, Dies”, New York Times:
      Ms. Kellerman’s survey made the case that much had been left out of the original district, Ms. Woodruff said, “the part of the village that had not been seen as landmarkable, where the houses were built for the working class and were not as grand as the town houses of the central village.”
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  11. lumpishly
    • 2008 May 20, Natalie Angier, “Who Is the Walrus?”, New York Times:
      But walruses remain perversely, lumpishly obscure, known mostly for their sing-song linkage with a carpenter, an eggman and goo goo goo joob.
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  12. mammaldom
    • 2008 May 20, Natalie Angier, “Who Is the Walrus?”, New York Times:
      In the public pantheon of marine mammaldom, dolphins are adored, whales revered, and seal pups make old Bond girls swoon.
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  13. miniyacht
    • 2008 May 20, David Streitfeld, “Economic Tide Is Rising for Repo Man”, New York Times:
      People refinanced their homes and used the cash for down payments on a cruiser, miniyacht or sailboat.
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  14. multistranded
  15. necrologies
  16. nondieters
    • 2008 May 20, John Tierney, “Comfort Food, for Monkeys”, New York Times:
      Previous studies have shown that such “restrained eaters” are more likely than nondieters to keep scarfing snacks once they yield to temptation.
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  17. plumaged
  18. polyphenolics
  19. postprison
    • 2008 May 20, “A Second Chance”, New York Times:
      The comprehensive plan includes drug treatment, job training and placement and a variety of community-based initiatives designed to help newly released inmates forge successful postprison lives.
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  20. promarket
    • 2008 May 20, James Kanter And Stephen Castle, “Rising Food Prices Sharpen a European Debate”, New York Times:
      A half-century later, new member countries like Hungary and promarket members like Britain argue that radical changes in the global marketplace mean agriculture has become much more profitable and sustainable and that the need for state subsidies is largely outdated.
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  21. sabbath *
    • 2008 May 20, Allan Kozinn, “A Dark and Stormy Night, Played for All Its Drama”, New York Times:
      In “Night on Bald Mountain” Mussorgsky paints a witches’ sabbath with effects that are as obvious as drawing rolling thunder from the percussion and as brilliant as creating a menacing atmosphere with a blend of hard-driven string and woodwind figures.
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  22. schloss
    • 2008 May 20, Michael Kimmelman, “No Rescue, Yet, for Airport That Saved Berlin”, New York Times:
      It’s now to be replaced with a fake Baroque palace, a copy of the Hohenzollern schloss formerly on that site, which was bombed, then razed by the Communists — a forthcoming Potemkin village and a sad excuse for a showpiece in a city that prides itself on its cultural sophistication.
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  23. stadthuis
    • 2008 May 20, Bruce Weber, “Regina Kellerman, 84, Locator of New York’s First City Hall, Dies”, New York Times:
      It was in 1970, after five years of work on a doctoral dissertation both in New York and the Netherlands, that Ms. Kellerman was able to pinpoint the exact location — on Pearl Street, near Coenties Alley — of the three-story building that was used as a stadthuis, or city hall, from 1653, when the city was incorporated by the Dutch, until 1699, when the building was torn down by the English.
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  24. unprospected
    • 2008 May 20, Natalie Angier, “Ice Dwellers Are Finding Less Ice to Dwell On”, New York Times:
      In February, for example, the Interior Department awarded Royal Dutch Shell the right to drill for oil in the Chukchi Sea off the northwestern shore of Alaska, a heretofore unprospected patch of marine habitat and prime walrus fishing ground.
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