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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-23 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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98456 tokens ‧ 70925 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9056 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.254%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-05-23[edit]

  1. balafon
    • 2008 May 23, The New York Times, “Jazz Listings”, New York Times:
      CYRO BAPTISTA (Thursday) Drawing from his likably audacious new album, “Banquet of the Spirits” (Tzadik), Mr. Baptista, an ace percussionist, leads a band with Brian Marsella on keyboards and balafon, Shanir Blumenkranz on bass and oud, and Tim Keiper on drums.
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  2. buydowns
    • 2008 May 23, Nick Bunkley, “Auto Parts Workers Approve a Contract”, New York Times:
      Three days after the Kansas strike started, halting assembly of the hot-selling Chevrolet Malibu midsize sedan, G.M. said it would give American Axle $200 million to pay for buyouts and buydowns.
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  3. choros
    • 2008 May 23, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      DAVID GRISMAN BLUEGRASS EXPERIENCE (Friday) Before phrases like “new acoustic music” or “bluegrass revival” were being bandied around, David Grisman was picking his mandolin in what he named “dawg music,” a perfectly noncommittal moniker for string-band music that cheerfully picked its way through country, bluegrass, jazz, klezmer, Brazilian choros and whatever else Mr. Grisman found engaging.
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  4. dispensationalism
    • 2008 May 23, Neela Banerjee, “McCain Cuts Ties to Pastors Whose Talks Drew Fire”, New York Times:
      Mr. Hagee’s views flow out of his adherence to what is known in evangelical circles as premillennial dispensationalism, a literalistic approach to biblical prophecy that places a special emphasis on the role of the nation of Israel in the end of history.
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  5. dockage
    • 2008 May 23, Steve Bailey, “Keep It Near? Keep It Safe?”, New York Times:
      Referring to Fort Lauderdale’s many properties on canals, he said: “Some people will buy a house just for the dockage.
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  6. doorstopper
    • 2008 May 23, William Grimes, “Volumes to Go Before You Die”, New York Times:
      An odd book fell into my hands recently, a doorstopper with the irresistible title “1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die.”
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  7. fatheadedness
    • 2008 May 23, Douglas Martin, “J. C. Hurewitz, 93, Dies; Scholar of the Middle East”, New York Times:
      Dr. Hurewitz’s balance is suggested by a review of “The Struggle for Palestine” in The New York Times Book Review. Dr. Hurewitz, The Times said, “notes the excesses of Jewish terrorists and the maneuvers of Zionist politicians no less firmly than the bad faith of the Arabs, the inconsistency of the Americans, the double talk of the Russians, or the meanness and fatheadedness of the British.”
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  8. festivalist
    • 2008 May 23, Roberta Smith And Karen Rosenberg And Ken Johnson, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      In these days of festivalist artworks, spectacle can be achieved in several ways.
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  9. geeksta
    • 2008 May 23, David Brooks, “The Alpha Geeks”, New York Times:
      Elvis Costello and The Talking Heads’s David Byrne popularized a cool geek style that’s led to Moby, Weezer, Vampire Weekend and even self-styled “nerdcore” rock and geeksta rappers.
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  10. germophobes
    • 2008 May 23, Elizabeth Royte, “A Fountain on Every Corner”, New York Times:
      And germophobes, relax: city water is chlorinated, and experts report that pathogens impolitely left on spigots by the lips of preceding drinkers don’t creep down into pipes.
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  11. giltwood
  12. innovatively
    • 2008 May 23, Roberta Smith And Karen Rosenberg And Ken Johnson, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      She has painted prolifically and innovatively for nearly 40 years, following her own path through the gap between abstraction and representation.
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  13. kyphoplasty
  14. literalistic
    • 2008 May 23, Neela Banerjee, “McCain Cuts Ties to Pastors Whose Talks Drew Fire”, New York Times:
      Mr. Hagee’s views flow out of his adherence to what is known in evangelical circles as premillennial dispensationalism, a literalistic approach to biblical prophecy that places a special emphasis on the role of the nation of Israel in the end of history.
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  15. mandalalike
    • 2008 May 23, Roberta Smith And Karen Rosenberg And Ken Johnson, “Art in Review”, New York Times:
      But “Line Street,” a bright, scabby abstraction from 2007, is excellent, as is “The Palmist Reveals the Future of Painting” from 1992, a bright mandalalike image made entirely of short strips of dyed canvas; it shows an immense indigo hand embedded in designs of orange, yellow and purple.
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  16. mountainlike
  17. nerdism
    • 2008 May 23, David Brooks, “The Alpha Geeks”, New York Times:
      And thus began what you might call the ascent of nerdism in modern America.
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  18. outlitigated
    • 2008 May 23, Alessandra Stanley, “Soothing or Salting Wounds From Election 2000”, New York Times:
      The film lays out how Mr. Gore, and the nation, missed a chance to find out for sure, partly through Mr. Gore’s own lack of nerve but mostly because the Democrats were outlitigated and outfoxed by a tougher, more sophisticated team of Republican lawyers and political consultants.
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  19. overmined
    • 2008 May 23, The New York Times, “Pop and Rock Listings”, New York Times:
      ★ SHE WANTS REVENGE, BE YOUR OWN PET (Wednesday) With the sonic trends of the 1960s and ’70s already long overmined, it’s not particularly surprising that new bands are revisiting the 1980s, eschewing Beatles -and-Stones hegemony for (equally well-coiffed) sources like Bauhaus, the Cure, New Order and Depeche Mode .
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  20. reindicted
    • 2008 May 23, Reuters, “Stock Loans Investigation Draws in 5 on Charges”, New York Times:
      Andrew Caccioppoli, another former manager at Janney’s stock-loan desk, had been indicted previously but was reindicted along with his sister, Donna Macli, and her husband, Thomas Macli.
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  21. retallied
    • 2008 May 23, Alessandra Stanley, “Soothing or Salting Wounds From Election 2000”, New York Times:
      In 2001 painstaking postmortems of the Florida count, one by The New York Times and another by a consortium of newspapers, concluded that Mr. Bush would have come out slightly ahead, even if all the votes counted throughout the state had been retallied.
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  22. taekwondo *
    • 2008 May 23, Harvey Araton, “Earthquake Shifts Tone of Games”, New York Times:
      If China is capable of vanquishing American basketball professionals, how bad will it beat up on the world in table tennis and taekwondo?
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