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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 1988-09-02 issue of the Chicago Reader which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-18).

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39981 tokens ‧ 31006 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5557 types ‧ 56 (~ 1.008%) words before cleaning ‧ 

1988-09-02[edit]

  1. antifemale
    • 1988 September 2, Albert Williams, “Perils of Porn”, Chicago Reader:
      Yet the power of Masterpieces is such that it transcends its illogicality, or even absorbs it: what Daniels has put on the stage is a nightmare view of life, and especially of sexuality, in a world where antifemale brutality lurks under the surface of liberal permissiveness.
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  2. antiporn
    • 1988 September 2, Albert Williams, “Perils of Porn”, Chicago Reader:
      Rowena herself has never so much as seen a copy of Playboy--one of many unbelievable details in Daniels's script--but when Yvonne shows her the skin mags she's confiscated from the young rapist, Rowena is almost instantaneously turned into an antiporn crusader; she also freezes up sexually, as Yvonne has already done.
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  3. antiracist
    • 1988 September 2, Gary Johnson, “Dream Day”, Chicago Reader:
      They've walked the curves of the deserted park singing and chanting antiracist slogans.
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  4. antisexual
    • 1988 September 2, Albert Williams, “Perils of Porn”, Chicago Reader:
      The play is permeated with antisexual feelings; a palpable disgust is present in the scenes of sexual connection between the men and the women, in clear contrast to the warm, sisterly innocence of the interactions between Rowena, Yvonne, and Rowena's mother, Jennifer.
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  5. bebopping
    • 1988 September 2, Bill Wyman, “Terms of interment: retrospecting the Ramones and the Clash”, Chicago Reader:
      Six months into their career, the Clash already showed themselves the equal of any rock band that had come before them, simply by assaulting the last frontier of rock mythology: the notion that the rock audience, like some sort of bebopping proletariat, was a receptacle of goodness and hope, and that rock 'n' roll offered redemption.
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  6. cholov
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      Cottage cheese is also imported to ensure that it is made only from cholov.
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  7. chukhim
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      The third group, chukhim, include such rituals as the mikvah and wearing wigs.
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  8. coeditor
  9. conventioneers
    • 1988 September 2, David Jackson, “Just One Black”, Chicago Reader:
      At the Black Plebiscite, which will convene toward the end of September, the conventioneers will vote on a candidate and hammer out a platform.
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  10. davener
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      I observed the women reading from their siddurim and the men, with their heads covered with tallithim (long, white, fringed prayer shawls trimmed with black), some of them with children in their arms, davening, with the cantor as the chief davener.
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  11. dialectitian
    • 1988 September 2, Bill Wyman, “Terms of interment: retrospecting the Ramones and the Clash”, Chicago Reader:
      Strummer, the easygoing dialectitian, and Jones, the musical dilettante, came to a parting of the ways shortly after Combat; Jones, Strummer said, was too taken up with being a rock star, so he fired him.
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  12. disinvestment
  13. disproof
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      Knowledge of the true vastness of our universe aids in neither the proof nor the disproof of the existence of G-d--indeed, these are both probably impossible ever to achieve.
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  14. edos
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      A second group, called edos, have to do with holiday commemoration and memorial services and such.
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  15. ensembling
    • 1988 September 2, Dennis Polkow, “Strong Leadership”, Chicago Reader:
      The orchestra did recover quickly, although the performance in general was marred by some poor ensembling and flat playing across the brass and winds, and even sometimes by the strings.
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  16. fournote
    • 1988 September 2, Dennis Polkow, “Strong Leadership”, Chicago Reader:
      There is an old story that Wilhelm Furtwangler was once asked how he conducted the downbeat of the Fifth's infamous opening fournote theme, arguably the hardest downbeat to bring off accurately in all of music.
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  17. fukusa
    • 1988 September 2, Kitry Krause, “Calendar”, Chicago Reader:
      An 18th-century fukusa, an elaborately embroidered and painted cloth that is draped over a gift in place of wrapping paper, is one of 135 objects from the Katherine and Gilbert Boone collection of Japanese art that is on display at the Field Museum of Natural History through October 2.
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  18. gissur
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      To rid herself of that uncleanliness, she washes with a gissur, a round, lipless pitcher.
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  19. goldwashed
    • 1988 September 2, Kitry Krause, “Calendar”, Chicago Reader:
      There is also a set of botany books with woodblock prints, a goldwashed bronze teakettle, maps, dolls, paintings, and textiles.
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  20. halakah
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      But, Penansky says, "the nonreligious Jews have gone off the lines of halakah [the legal guidelines].
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  21. kapota
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      They also wear large-brimmed black felt fedoras, and for all religious occasions a kapota, a knee-length double-breasted silk coat.)
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  22. kaputim
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      The men were wearing their kaputim, the women were stylishly dressed, and the children were dressed in velvets and laces, but they did not seem to be preoccupied with worldly concerns.
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  23. kashruth
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      The Reform and the others dropped all the things a woman has to do like the kashruth and the mikvah.
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  24. kollel
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      Yitschok, who is 24, is studying in Brooklyn in a kollel, a seminar-type Torah study group, while his wife teaches in the Lubavitcher kindergarten.
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  25. lipless
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      To rid herself of that uncleanliness, she washes with a gissur, a round, lipless pitcher.
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  26. littlewigs
    • 1988 September 2, David Jackson, “Just One Black”, Chicago Reader:
      Audacious because, while progressives talk piously of rainbows, this was clearly a blacks-only affair; audacious because neither Davis, Evans, nor Sawyer has said he will abide by the plebiscite's decision; audacious because, with a few exceptions, the people here were littlewigs, small wheels, plain.
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  27. mezuzahs
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      Lubavitchers, Penansky says, believe mezuzahs need no adornment and simply wrap them in cellophane.
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  28. mishpatim
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      Among the 613 Torah commandments, some are mishpatim, basic laws having to do with general justice.
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  29. mitzvahs
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      She called Penansky regularly to remind her to observe the mitzvahs.
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  30. moiling
    • 1988 September 2, Ted Cox, “The Sports Section”, Chicago Reader:
      They glided, almost moiling, in the air above, shifted position with the barest hint of movement in their doubled sets of wings, swung left out of sight, giving way to the breeze.
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  31. nongay
    • 1988 September 2, Lawrence Bommer, “Catharsis”, Chicago Reader:
      The doctor suggests Gabriel adjust to the nongay world.
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  32. overvibratoed
    • 1988 September 2, Dennis Polkow, “Strong Leadership”, Chicago Reader:
      Not so with Masur--even the woodwinds were highly audible and only rarely drowned out by overvibratoed strings.
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  33. pscholograms
    • 1988 September 2, Wayne Draznin, “Gallery Tripping: computer artists work on their image”, Chicago Reader:
      Also on exhibit are a number of two dimensional "pscholograms" by (art)n, a group of technicians and artists, including Dan Sandin and Stephan Meyers, headed by Ellen Sandor.
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  34. residentially
  35. schliach
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      Meanwhile, Chaya had met a schliach (an emissary sent by the rebbe to recruit in Chicago).
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  36. shabbos
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      I lit the shabbos candles and said the b'rocha with her.
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  37. shaitl
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      Sitting peacefully at her kitchen table, drinking weak tea, wearing her everyday shaitl as she has during our previous conversations, she says, "I don't have any bad feelings about the secular world.
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  38. siddurim
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      I observed the women reading from their siddurim and the men, with their heads covered with tallithim (long, white, fringed prayer shawls trimmed with black), some of them with children in their arms, davening, with the cantor as the chief davener.
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  39. sofer
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      Twice in seven years it must be examined by a sofer (a religious scribe) to assure its legitimacy.
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  40. stultifyingly
  41. triskaidekagon
    • 1988 September 2, Cecil Adams, “The Straight Dope”, Chicago Reader:
      But how's this for a free-lance effort: triskaidekagon.
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  42. unkosher
    • 1988 September 2, Florence Hamlish Levinsohn, “A Special Connection With God”, Chicago Reader:
      There are, according to Penansky, 4,000 ways a mezuzah can be "unkosher" (illegitimate): the parchment may tear or curl, a letter may have weakened.
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  43. unnotable
    • 1988 September 2, Bill Wyman, “Terms of interment: retrospecting the Ramones and the Clash”, Chicago Reader:
      To its credit, the package does include a couple of things that never showed up on American LPs, but they are sometimes the wrong things: the sole B-side offering is "Indian Giver," unnotable despite the fact that it was released only in the UK. Better would have been a different B-side, "Babysitter," and still better last year's poignant "Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight). The package should also have included the divine "I Want You Around," the Ramones' best ballad, which was available only on the Rock 'n' Roll High School sound track, and "She's the One," love hysteria at its height.
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