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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2008-06-26 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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98518 tokens ‧ 73293 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9003 types ‧ 33 (~ 0.367%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-06-26[edit]

  1. antimacassared
    • 2008 June 26, Michael Kimmelman, “In Battle for Vienna: Soccer 1, Culture 0”, New York Times:
      The tournament, the nation’s bid to join the global sporting big time, has been a passing disaster for the city’s cultural institutions, which for ages have supported the local economy and given Vienna its glorious, albeit somewhat undeservedly, antimacassared reputation.
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  2. boatbuilding
    • 2008 June 26, Sara Rimer, “Taking Lessons, and Confidence, From the Water”, New York Times:
      The college preparatory curriculum emphasizes science, technology and the environment, and hands-on training in everything from boatbuilding to water-quality testing with the idea that graduates might become the next generation of boat captains, water resource managers and scientists.
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  3. bourgeoising
    • 2008 June 26, Michael Cannell, “A Spanish-Modern Mashup in Los Angeles”, New York Times:
      “How can I redo the house,” he asked, “and have all the bourgeois things I want without bourgeoising up the house?
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  4. bridesman
  5. campanula *
    • 2008 June 26, Anne Raver, “Provence in a Plant: Just Inhale”, New York Times:
      Both farms display their lavenders in gardens where one can easily see the plants that complement those quiet grays and greens and blues: bright yellow campanula; the dark blue-green leaves of spiny acanthus; or, for a show-stopping contrast, Kniphofia, the tall orange and yellow lilies my grandmother called red-hot pokers.
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  6. counterwoman
    • 2008 June 26, Cintra Wilson, “I’ll Take the Shiny One With Bang!”, New York Times:
      The counterwoman was so nonplussed I was tempted to ask where they kept the weapons of feminine protection.
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  7. crescendoing
    • 2008 June 26, Joyce Wadler, “The Tyranny of the Heirloom”, New York Times:
      Admit to your family you’re thinking of getting rid of such a piece and you’re likely to kick off a family opera, with crescendoing wails of “How could you?”
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  8. cybertheory
    • 2008 June 26, Ben Ratliff, “Rhythm in His Hips, Technology on His Mind”, New York Times:
      The name of his band, Banda Larga Cordel, means broadband, and Mr. Gil’s communications-technology thoughts lie somewhere between cybertheory and metaphorical poetry about practical things.
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  9. disseminators
    • 2008 June 26, Katharine Q. Seelye, “From Campaign 2.0 to Governing 2.0”, New York Times:
      Changes are already happening on the local and state levels, but perhaps the greatest challenge remains with the United States government, one of the biggest bureaucracies, and biggest disseminators of information, in the world.
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  10. euthanizations
  11. irreparability
    • 2008 June 26, “Anger and Restraint”, New York Times:
      Justice Kennedy argued that morally, the state’s taking of a life is unique in its severity and irreparability.
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  12. jizya
    • 2008 June 26, Andrew E. Kramer, “For Iraqi Christians, Money Bought Survival”, New York Times:
      The tax was called a jizya — and that is the name with which the insurgents chose to cloak extortion, Mafia-style, from Christians.
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  13. lighthouselike
    • 2008 June 26, Fred A. Bernstein, “New York Grit, With Flat-Screen TVs”, New York Times:
      The red brick building at 113 Jane Street in the West Village, with its lighthouselike corner tower and storied history (it sheltered the surviving crew of the Titanic), is about to get a new life — in stages.
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  14. markswomen
    • 2008 June 26, Cintra Wilson, “I’ll Take the Shiny One With Bang!”, New York Times:
      On third floor: racks of rifles and shotguns (the store does not sell handguns on the premises), alongside black-and-white photos of handsome markswomen with dead cheetahs, and a photo of George H. W. Bush loading an SO6 EELL (Extra Extra Luxo Luxo) with members of the Masai.
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  15. megamarket
    • 2008 June 26, Martin Fackler, “Nissan and Others Add Factories in Emerging Markets”, New York Times:
      They have been particularly quick to expand in India, a nation of 1.1 billion that is just beginning its automotive revolution, and that many call the world’s next megamarket after China.
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  16. megameteor
    • 2008 June 26, Kenneth Chang, “Huge Meteor Strike Explains Mars’s Shape, Reports Say”, New York Times:
      Since then, planetary scientists have bandied about two hypotheses to explain the dichotomy: either some strangeness with the internal dynamics of Mars generated a thicker planetary crust in the south, or the northern surface was stripped away by a megameteor impact.
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  17. moundlike
  18. narcoleptically
    • 2008 June 26, Michael Kimmelman, “In Battle for Vienna: Soccer 1, Culture 0”, New York Times:
      What’s happening here doesn’t so much illuminate a culture clash between aesthetes and ruffians; crowds have been almost narcoleptically well behaved, numbed by events like the double-overtime 0-0 quarterfinal between Spain and Italy on Sunday, during which mobs in the FanZone were quieter than some opera audiences.
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  19. noncollege
  20. nonhomicide
    • 2008 June 26, Linda Greenhouse, “Justices Bar Death Penalty for the Rape of a Child”, New York Times:
      Justice Anthony M. Kennedy , writing for the majority, said there was “a distinction between intentional first-degree murder on the one hand and nonhomicide crimes against individual persons,” even “devastating” crimes like the rape of a child, on the other.
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  21. nonpoverty
  22. overboot
    • 2008 June 26, Cintra Wilson, “I’ll Take the Shiny One With Bang!”, New York Times:
      I was fantasizing about an Xtrema2, Max-4-camo-print 12-gauge to match my Xtrema Gear Decoy Gloves and Gear Bib with 18-inch overboot cover flange and high-back kidney warmers.
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  23. postprimary
    • 2008 June 26, Gail Collins, “United We Campaign”, New York Times:
      Then Clinton and Obama are scheduled to hop on a jet on Friday morning and fly together to Unity, N.H., for their first postprimary joint appearance.
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  24. preclenched
    • 2008 June 26, Cintra Wilson, “I’ll Take the Shiny One With Bang!”, New York Times:
      The thick cylinder of glass gave me an inkling I was about to get soaked, but even preclenched, I was unprepared for the bill to be $18.
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  25. rosemarys
    • 2008 June 26, Anne Raver, “Provence in a Plant: Just Inhale”, New York Times:
      In addition to its lavenders, Well-Sweep grows 37 kinds of basil, 54 rosemarys, 108 thymes and 72 scented geraniums, so if you garden with your nose, plan on spending a good afternoon there.
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  26. shirtmaker
    • 2008 June 26, Jim Larkin, “Mind the Gap: A Button Too Far”, New York Times:
      The men’s wear designer Michael Bastian, who described himself as “obsessed” with button stance, learned the secret at Charvet, the shirtmaker founded in Paris in 1838.
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  27. shirtmakers
  28. slipcovered
    • 2008 June 26, Penelope Green, “At a Last Party, Real Estate Claims the Night”, New York Times:
      Toward the end of the night, Duane Hampton, the widow of the decorator Mark Hampton, stood lost in thought in the dining room with its striped satin curtains and leopard-print slipcovered chairs. Mrs. Hampton, one of the few guests from the second shift who had actually been in the house before, said she was remembering all the dinners there, and one riotous night in particular when, she said, “there were two extra men and Pat sat my husband and Reinaldo Herrera together at their own tiny table for two.
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  29. thymes
    • 2008 June 26, Anne Raver, “Provence in a Plant: Just Inhale”, New York Times:
      In addition to its lavenders, Well-Sweep grows 37 kinds of basil, 54 rosemarys, 108 thymes and 72 scented geraniums, so if you garden with your nose, plan on spending a good afternoon there.
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  30. urls
    • 2008 June 26, Katharine Q. Seelye, “From Campaign 2.0 to Governing 2.0”, New York Times:
      Ms. Campbell and Mr. Gallagher said their immediate goals include streamlining information and creating common urls on various agency sites so that they all give out the same information on, say, the recent tomato recall or the California wildfires or a hurricane.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. begain
    • 2008 June 26, Michael Wilson, “Brooklyn Blog Helps Lead to Drug Raid”, New York Times:
      But the bloggers seemed to know, sometimes chronicling daily activities in detail, misspellings and all: “Several more crack heads came out of 346 93rd street,” one woman wrote last year, “and one was trying to steal a ladder while i guess another which i could not tell was male or female, who may have lived their claimed ownership to the ladder and they begain to fight.”
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