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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-06-07 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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79273 tokens ‧ 58408 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8140 types ‧ 28 (~ 0.344%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-06-07[edit]

  1. antibleeding
  2. brocadelike
  3. bujo
  4. corduroylike
    • 2008 June 7, Roberta Smith, “Chinese Buddhist Treasures, Written in Stone”, New York Times:
      One of the oldest works, a rather primitive tomb door from the Eastern Han (25 to 220), shows a dragon chasing a bird above a wonderfully crude crowned mask; their smooth silhouettes are defined by a roughly chiseled corduroylike background whose parallel lines also bring to mind Jasper Johns ’s crosshatch patterns.
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  5. crips
  6. fonky
    • 2008 June 7, Jon Pareles, “He Still Loves New Orleans, and Now He’s Mad”, New York Times:
       ” In the title song, a steadfast slow groove with jabs of bluesy guitar from Eric Clapton , Dr. John sings, “Better get used to that fonky smell/Toxic mold under the fresh paint.”
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  7. gliclazide
    • 2008 June 7, Gina Kolata, “Tight Rein on Blood Sugar Has No Heart Benefits”, New York Times:
      But all those in the Australian study who were assigned to rigorous blood sugar control were required to take the diabetes drug sulfonylurea gliclazide (modified release), which is not used in the United States.
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  8. incorporations
    • 2008 June 7, Jennifer Steinhauer, “Water-Starved California Slows Development”, New York Times:
      In San Luis Obispo County, north of Los Angeles, the City of Pismo Beach was recently denied the right to annex unincorporated land to build a large multipurpose project because, “the city didn’t have enough water to adequately serve the development,” said Paul Hood, the executive officer of the commission that approves the annexations and incorporations of cities.
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  9. ladderlike
  10. nonrabbinic
  11. orchestrational
  12. postcampaign
  13. sixer
    • 2008 June 7, Paul B. Brown, “Roadside Oddities”, New York Times:
      “The super-sized sixer is actually a set of labeled storage tanks that hold up to 688,200 gallons of beer,” Mr. Stevens writes.
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  14. skirtlike
    • 2008 June 7, Roberta Smith, “Chinese Buddhist Treasures, Written in Stone”, New York Times:
      His robe is splendidly delineated in flowing horizontal lines that seem to merge with vertical lines behind him and with his halo; the skirtlike dhoti covering his legs flows in a series of broader parallel folds.
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  15. sulfonylurea
    • 2008 June 7, Gina Kolata, “Tight Rein on Blood Sugar Has No Heart Benefits”, New York Times:
      But all those in the Australian study who were assigned to rigorous blood sugar control were required to take the diabetes drug sulfonylurea gliclazide (modified release), which is not used in the United States.
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  16. supermajors
    • 2008 June 7, Conrad De Aenlle, “Big Oil Is Owed Some Love”, New York Times:
      Mr. Freeman prefers smaller yet still diversified companies with stronger growth profiles than the supermajors, like Apache , which has interests in natural gas as well as oil, and Occidental Petroleum , which produces oil, gas and chemicals.
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  17. supertest
    • 2008 June 7, Bill Finley, “Belmont Is Goal for Ailing Casino Drive”, New York Times:
      Any administration of medications will be videotaped, and the top four finishers and any beaten favorites will undergo the so-called supertest that identifies scores of drugs.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. hightens
  2. mutilayered = multilayered
    • 2008 June 7, Bill Carter, “Patrick Swayze’s New TV Series Will Proceed Despite His Cancer”, New York Times:
      He said of his decision to go ahead with the role, “I have searched for quite a long time to find a character that is this mutilayered, unpredictable and downright entertaining, as well as a project this current and cutting-edged.”
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