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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-26 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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71853 tokens ‧ 52835 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7746 types ‧ 20 (~ 0.258%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-05-26[edit]

  1. backstories
  2. bedrail
    • 2008 May 26, “Deadly Infections”, New York Times:
      As long as surfaces in hospitals are contaminated with drug-resistant bacteria, doctors’ and nurses’ hands become recontaminated seconds after washing and gloving, as soon as they pull open a privacy curtain to see the next patient or touch a bedrail.
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  3. blueslike
    • 2008 May 26, Jon Pareles, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      On “Train” it displays heavy-metal flair, and the singer Brad Arnold achieves a blueslike informality that bespeaks his Mississippi roots.
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  4. bromhidrosis
    • 2008 May 26, Anemona Hartocollis, “Barefoot in the Park? Watch Your Step”, New York Times:
      But for many people, the joy of feeling the cool grass underfoot may outweigh one of its consequences, bromhidrosis, known colloquially as stinky feet, which is caused by bacteria that thrive in moist places — and thus is a risk of putting wet feet back into shoes and free spirits under wraps again.
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  5. husbandly
    • 2008 May 26, Jon Pareles, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      He strives for husbandly allure in slow-motion ballads: “Love You Gently” and the role-reversing “Trading Places,” in which he calls for her to be the aggressive one and offers to make breakfast the next morning.
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  6. mandapams
    • 2008 May 26, Andy Newman, “Breathing Life Into Gods, and Into a Hindu Temple”, New York Times:
      Red strings tied to some of the vessels led up to the ceiling and across the room to the mini-shrines called mandapams, each of which housed statues of gods.
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  7. megamovie
    • 2008 May 26, Brooks Barnes, “Warner Tries a New Tactic to Revive Its DVD Sales”, New York Times:
      The “Watchmen” film, Mr. Synder said, will probably generate at least three DVDs: “Tales of the Black Freighter,” followed about four months later by release of “Watchmen” itself, and then an “ultimate” edition in which the two are edited together into one megamovie.
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  8. miserablists
    • 2008 May 26, Jon Pareles, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      A decade ago frat boys raised on grunge’s miserablists translated that sadness for arenas.
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  9. mycetomas
    • 2008 May 26, Anemona Hartocollis, “Health Risks Hiding in the Grass”, New York Times:
      • Nocardia, a soil-based bacterium, can cause an infection that can lead to lumps called mycetomas, as well as abscesses and ulcerations.
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  10. postmillennial
    • 2008 May 26, Susan Dominus, “An Online Swap Meet Where Ids and Superegos Mingle”, New York Times:
      Future anthropologists trying to determine the values of postmillennial New York could examine one week on Freecycle Brooklyn and glean volumes about the culture.
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  11. premogul
  12. sinkerballing
    • 2008 May 26, Ben Shpigel, “Mets Lose Again; Wilpon Is Up Next”, New York Times:
      The Mets, a day after scoring 9 runs on 12 hits, managed four singles against Aaron Cook, the Rockies’ sinkerballing right-hander, who pitched a complete game.
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  13. sporotrichosis
    • 2008 May 26, Anemona Hartocollis, “Health Risks Hiding in the Grass”, New York Times:
      • Rose bushes can carry an organism that causes sporotrichosis , a fungal infection .
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  14. sudo *
    • 2008 May 26, Noam Cohen, “This Is Funny Only if You Know Unix”, New York Times:
      Still, he plays along, explaining that “sudo” is a command in the Unix operating system that temporarily grants godlike powers: “The humor comes from people who have encountered typing a command and having the computer say ‘No,’ and they say, ‘Oh, yeah, sudo says,’ and the computer does it.
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  15. supercenters
    • 2008 May 26, Alex Mindlin, “Some Shoppers Head to Supercenters”, New York Times:
      Shoppers at supercenters are usually between the ages of 25 and 49, and more likely to live in the South or Midwest than on either coast.
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  16. unflamboyant
    • 2008 May 26, Jon Pareles, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      But lack of specificity has also been a 3 Doors Down hallmark — the video for “When I’m Gone” turned the song into a celebration of troops heading off to war — and that blankness overwhelms their decidedly unflamboyant, often dull fourth album.
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  17. unyieldingly
    • 2008 May 26, Dave Itzkoff, “Teenage Newshounds, It’s a Dog-Eat-Dog World”, New York Times:
      In a review of the show, Newsday called Ms. Lorber a “pushy suck-up,” while Slate.com wrote that “her behavior is so unyieldingly superior that she’s an absolute delight to hate.”
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  18. veena
    • 2008 May 26, Andy Newman, “Breathing Life Into Gods, and Into a Hindu Temple”, New York Times:
      Post-its on the red threads labeled their destinations — Hanuman, the monkey god, representing devotion; Saraswati, goddess of knowledge, playing a lute-like instrument called a veena, and half a dozen others.
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  19. yakkers

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