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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-05-28 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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83215 tokens ‧ 60965 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8146 types ‧ 31 (~ 0.381%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-05-28[edit]

  1. bandshell
    • 2008 May 28, Florence Fabricant, “Calendar”, New York Times:
      Taste of Summer, with more than 30 restaurants taking part to benefit the Central Park Conservancy , will be held from 7 to 11 p.m. on June 4 at the park bandshell at 72nd Street.
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  2. cavatelli
    • 2008 May 28, Julia Moskin, “Suddenly, Ricotta’s a Big Cheese”, New York Times:
      Little Owl’s cavatelli with salty bacon, fava beans and a bracing, sweet tomato broth benefits from the lush, mouth-filling quality of the ricotta crumbled on top.
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  3. communitywide
    • 2008 May 28, Tara Parker-Pope, “Hint of Hope as Child Obesity Rate Hits Plateau”, New York Times:
      In Somerville, Mass., a communitywide intervention led by nutrition researchers at Tufts University included doubling the amount of fruit served for school lunch, painting crosswalks to encourage walks to school and increasing physical activity in after-school programs.
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  4. diplomatese
    • 2008 May 28, “Iran and the Inspectors”, New York Times:
      The I.A.E.A. often couches its findings in soothing diplomatese.
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  5. fruitness
    • 2008 May 28, Eric Asimov, “A Tour of Bitters for the Summer”, New York Times:
      Mild carbonation, grassy, mineral flavors, tangy fruitness and occasional spicy and nutlike flavors — in restrained amounts, mind you — are all part of the bitters identity.
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  6. halfsies
    • 2008 May 28, Maureen Dowd, “Can He Take a Frisk?”, New York Times:
      Since she’s almost even with the delegates, she’ll want to go halfsies in the government.
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  7. latticini *
    • 2008 May 28, Julia Moskin, “Suddenly, Ricotta’s a Big Cheese”, New York Times:
      Fifteen minutes’ wait produces fluffy ricotta cheese with a fresh milky flavor that no amount of cash can buy, even at New York’s remaining latticini, Italian cheese shops that make their own mozzarella and ricotta.
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  8. levain
  9. lunetti
    • 2008 May 28, Julia Moskin, “Suddenly, Ricotta’s a Big Cheese”, New York Times:
      It is not mass hysteria or mere fashion that has inspired chefs to yank ricotta out of its usual niche as a filling inside agnolotti, cappelletti, lunetti and the like.
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  10. milkfat
    • 2008 May 28, Julia Moskin, “Suddenly, Ricotta’s a Big Cheese”, New York Times:
      “Traditional ricotta is made with what’s left over after cheesemaking,” said Jason Lippman, the cheesemaker and creamery manager at the Old Chatham Sheepherding Company in Old Chatham, N.Y., which produces a billowy ricotta, lightly golden with milkfat, from the farm’s 700 Frisian ewes.
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  11. minirebellion
    • 2008 May 28, Katrin Bennhold, “Investors Criticize French Bank Chairman for Loss”, New York Times:
      The minirebellion Tuesday suggested that shareholders were feeling emboldened by a report last week citing management failures and lax internal controls as two reasons that a trader, Jérôme Kerviel , got away with making unauthorized bets worth nearly 50 billion euros, or $79 billion, for more than two years.
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  12. miraculin
    • 2008 May 28, Patrick Farrell And Kassie Bracken, “A Tiny Fruit That Tricks the Tongue”, New York Times:
      The cause of the reaction is a protein called miraculin, which binds with the taste buds and acts as a sweetness inducer when it comes in contact with acids, according to a scientist who has studied the fruit, Linda Bartoshuk at the University of Florida ’s Center for Smell and Taste. Dr. Bartoshuk said she did not know of any dangers associated with eating miracle fruit.
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  13. mostarda *
    • 2008 May 28, Julia Moskin, “Suddenly, Ricotta’s a Big Cheese”, New York Times:
      In that vein, every table at dell’Anima is first served a bowl of fresh ricotta, a pile of crunchy grilled bread and a tangy-sweet topping such as rhubarb mostarda or onion jam, depending on what the cooks have been playing with that week.
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  14. nonhybrid
    • 2008 May 28, Thomas L. Friedman, “Truth or Consequences”, New York Times:
      At the same time, if you, a manufacturer, continue building fleets of nonhybrid gas guzzlers, you are condemning yourself, your employees and shareholders to oblivion.
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  15. oystering
    • 2008 May 28, Kim Severson, “Oyster Farmers Find a Boutique in the Bay”, New York Times:
      “Everything is super-hyper-regional,” he said, which is leading people to discover New York area oystering grounds like Mecox Bay, Pipe’s Cove and Saddle Rock.
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  16. pitmasters
    • 2008 May 28, Florence Fabricant, “Calendar”, New York Times:
      June 7 and 8, along Madison Square Park, 15 pitmasters and chefs will dish out ribs, brisket and pulled pork, with sides, $8 a plate, to benefit the park.
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  17. pleatherlike
    • 2008 May 28, Claudia La Rocco, “Grotesquerie and Ecstasy, on Both Street and Stage”, New York Times:
      Barefoot and wearing black tulle, a pleatherlike tank and long gloves, with a ruff of black fabric pulled over her eyes like something out of a Rebecca Horn film, Ms. Herron undulated and grimaced, moving between ecstasy and the grotesque.
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  18. poffys
    • 2008 May 28, Florence Fabricant, “From Belgium, Sweetened for Americans”, New York Times:
      The specialties at Le Petit Belge, a tiny takeout shop at 22 East 14th Street, are thick, round Belgian Liège-style waffles and poffys, puffy silver-dollar-size pancakes that come piled in a paper cone.
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  19. readdicted
    • 2008 May 28, Thomas L. Friedman, “Truth or Consequences”, New York Times:
      But as soon as oil prices started falling in the late 1980s and early 1990s, we let Detroit get us readdicted to gas guzzlers, and the price steadily crept back up to where it is today.
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  20. seafoam
  21. serrano *
  22. shuckers
    • 2008 May 28, Kim Severson, “Oyster Farmers Find a Boutique in the Bay”, New York Times:
      Ancestors of the 600 people who live here have been gathering shellfish along the eastern shores of Long Island for centuries, with no help from professional shuckers and certainly no credit cards.
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  23. swinglike
  24. tunelike
    • 2008 May 28, Bruce Weber, “Earle Hagen, Who Composed Noted TV Tunes, Dies at 88”, New York Times:
      “He was one of the first guys to be tunelike in his scoring,” said Mike Post, who has written themes and scores for “NYPD Blue,” “L.A. Law” and “Law & Order.”
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  25. tussah
  26. unsharing
  27. virginicas

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