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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-06-09 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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73131 tokens ‧ 53716 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7685 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.208%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-06-09[edit]

  1. blenderized
    • 2008 June 9, Ben Ratliff, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Naturalism is the idea, but this is a beautifully constructed record, from Mr. Moran’s blenderized, genre-defying piano solos to Ms. Wilson’s judicious phrasing, using the full range of her double-smoked voice.
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  2. detainments
  3. exaflop
    • 2008 June 9, John Markoff, “Military Supercomputer Sets Record”, New York Times:
      The next thousandfold goal is the exaflop, which is a quintillion calculations per second, followed by the zettaflop, the yottaflop and the xeraflop.
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  4. exemplarily
    • 2008 June 9, Alastair Macaulay, “In Student Steps and Leaps, a Survey of National Styles”, New York Times:
      Léonore Baulac (Friday) and Marion Barbeau (Saturday) brought sophisticated élan to the prima role; all the men were exemplarily soundless in their landings, and several supporting women showed delicious coloratura touches as the choreography accelerated to its conclusion.
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  5. heterodoxies
    • 2008 June 9, John Harwood, “Old Partisan Gulf Is Back, Broad and Looming Large”, New York Times:
      Yet those heterodoxies are relatively small compared with the partisan differences that have made obsolete George C. Wallace ’s claim during his presidential run four decades ago that “there’s not a dime’s worth of difference” between the Democratic and Republican Parties.
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  6. noncontractual
  7. nongraduates
    • 2008 June 9, Alex Mindlin, “Radio’s Popularity Declining Unevenly”, New York Times:
      Over the last decade, college graduates ages 25-54, who make up an increasingly large portion of the population, have abandoned radio eight times faster than nongraduates.
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  8. overdramatized
  9. pardes
  10. petro
    • 2008 June 9, Greg Melville, “Greased Lightning”, New York Times:
      No major work was done to the engine, because when hot vegetable oil is ignited in a diesel engine’s combustion chamber, it produces almost as much energy as petro diesel does — so my fuel economy on grease is nearly the same as with petro diesel, about 20 miles per gallon.
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  11. practicelike
    • 2008 June 9, Alastair Macaulay, “In Student Steps and Leaps, a Survey of National Styles”, New York Times:
      It catches an American athleticism and energetic team spirit that still seem to smash European notions of ballet classicism, as does its dancers’ selfless manner and their practicelike costumes.
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  12. trioval
  13. xeraflop
    • 2008 June 9, John Markoff, “Military Supercomputer Sets Record”, New York Times:
      The next thousandfold goal is the exaflop, which is a quintillion calculations per second, followed by the zettaflop, the yottaflop and the xeraflop.
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  14. yottaflop
    • 2008 June 9, John Markoff, “Military Supercomputer Sets Record”, New York Times:
      The next thousandfold goal is the exaflop, which is a quintillion calculations per second, followed by the zettaflop, the yottaflop and the xeraflop.
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  15. zettaflop
    • 2008 June 9, John Markoff, “Military Supercomputer Sets Record”, New York Times:
      The next thousandfold goal is the exaflop, which is a quintillion calculations per second, followed by the zettaflop, the yottaflop and the xeraflop.
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