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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-27 issue of Science which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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63322 tokens ‧ 48987 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6647 types ‧ 129 (~ 1.941%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-27[edit]

  1. adamantanes
  2. ameloblast
  3. antievolutionist
  4. anyonic
  5. archlike
    • 2009 February 27, Robin Huw Crompton & Todd C. Pataky, “ANTHROPOLOGY: Stepping Out[4], Science, volume 323, number 5918, DOI:10.1126/science.1170916, pages 1174-1175: 
      Although archlike features might be created by large propulsive forces exerted during forefoot push-off, they might also suggest the presence of springlike ligaments, which contribute, on recoil, to power running in humans ( 9 ).
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  6. beamlike
  7. buccolingual
  8. calculational
  9. carbapenem
  10. carbapenems
  11. cephalothin
  12. chainlike
  13. chromogenic
  14. chromophobe
  15. clavulanate
  16. clavulanic
  17. coinherited
  18. coregistered
  19. correlogram
  20. cotranscriptional
  21. dentitions
  22. diastemal
  23. dibromoterfluorene
  24. dioctylfluorene
  25. doppia *
  26. ecohydrology
  27. ectodin
  28. eigenbasis
  29. eigenenergies
  30. explorative
  31. fluvially
  32. footbones
  33. fractionalization
  34. gastrovascular
  35. geochemically
  36. geomechanical
  37. germlike
  38. heritably
  39. heterozygously
  40. homozygously
  41. hypomethylated
  42. imipenem
  43. immunochemist
  44. interjudge
  45. intermolar
  46. inturned
  47. isoenergy
  48. kilocalories
    • 2009 February 27, Tracey A. Lincoln & Gerald F. Joyce, “Self-Sustained Replication of an RNA Enzyme[44], Science, volume 323, number 5918, DOI:10.1126/science.1167856, pages 1229-1232: 
      The set of replicators were designed so that cognate substrates have a binding advantage of several kilocalories per mole as compared with noncognate substrates (fig. S2C), but once a mismatched substrate is bound and ligated, it forms a recombinant enzyme that also can cross-replicate.
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  49. malcontented
    • 2009 February 27, Constance Holden, “DEMOGRAPHY: Chinese Men: A Rising Tide of Troublemakers?”, Science, volume 323, number 5918, DOI:10.1126/science.323.5918.1166, page 1166: 
      In a controversial 2004 book, Bare Branches , political scientists Valerie Hudson of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and Andrea den Boer of the University of Kent in Canterbury, U.K., used historical examples from China and elsewhere to argue that China might soon be bedeviled by a rogue underclass of malcontented single males who could stir up political instability and even armed revolts.
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  50. matrilineality
  51. meropenem
  52. mislocalization
  53. mudwalled
  54. multirowed
  55. neuronophagia
  56. nitrocefin
  57. noncarbon
  58. nondental
  59. nondivergent
  60. nonmammalian
  61. nonneuronal
  62. nonrecombinant
  63. nonrecombinants
  64. nonrenal
  65. nontransfected
  66. nonwave
  67. odontoblast
  68. olivanic
  69. oncocytoma
  70. oncocytomas
  71. oralnasal
  72. ortho
  73. outturned
    • 2009 February 27, Robin Huw Crompton & Todd C. Pataky, “ANTHROPOLOGY: Stepping Out[66], Science, volume 323, number 5918, DOI:10.1126/science.1170916, pages 1174-1175: 
      The presence of an impression made by the ball of the big toe would suggest a foot held, like our own, in a relatively outturned posture compared with that of other apes, and the orientation of a big toe impression would show the extent to which the makers had abandoned use of the big toe as a grasping, thumblike organ.
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  74. overbank
  75. overtopping
  76. ovules *
  77. parasegments
  78. pathophysiologies
  79. patrilineality
  80. penicillanic
  81. perikaryon
  82. pointlike *
  83. posttransition
  84. presenilin
  85. proteinopathies
  86. recapitulationism
  87. recombinants
  88. resensitize
  89. rf
  90. ropelike
  91. shoeprints
  92. sigmoidicity
  93. skeinlike
  94. squarelike
  95. statures
  96. subadult
  97. submolecular
  98. sulbactam
  99. superglacial
  100. tazobactam
  101. terfluorene
  102. thumblike
    • 2009 February 27, Robin Huw Crompton & Todd C. Pataky, “ANTHROPOLOGY: Stepping Out[93], Science, volume 323, number 5918, DOI:10.1126/science.1170916, pages 1174-1175: 
      The presence of an impression made by the ball of the big toe would suggest a foot held, like our own, in a relatively outturned posture compared with that of other apes, and the orientation of a big toe impression would show the extent to which the makers had abandoned use of the big toe as a grasping, thumblike organ.
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  103. tuberculosi
  104. tuffs
  105. unconformably
  106. unmodern
  107. viscerosensory

Sequestered[edit]

  1. continential
    • 2009 February 27, Zhonghui Liu et al., “Global Cooling During the Eocene-Oligocene Climate Transition[99], Science, volume 323, number 5918, DOI:10.1126/science.1166368, pages 1187-1190: 
      The abrupt shift to glacial conditions near the Eocene-Oligocene (E-O) boundary 33.7 million years ago (Ma) is characterized by a +1.5 per mil ( ) change in oxygen isotopic ( 18 O) values of benthic foraminifera ( 1 – 3 ) in 300,000 years, which is indicative of continential ice accumulation and high-latitude cooling, and an 1-km deepening of the global calcite compensation depth (CCD) ( 2 ).
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