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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2007-06-21 issue of the New York Times which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-04).

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100491 tokens ‧ 74369 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9207 types ‧ 55 (~ 0.597%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2007-06-21[edit]

  1. ambar *
    • 2007 June 21, Alissa J. Rubin, “Shiite Rivalries Slash at a Once Calm Iraqi City”, New York Times:
      Diwaniya is the capital of the almost completely Shiite farming province of Qadisiya, known for its marshy fields where farmers grow aromatic ambar rice, similar to India’s basmati.
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  2. anticonsumerists
    • 2007 June 21, Steven Kurutz, “Not Buying It”, New York Times:
      The site, which provides information and listings for the small but growing subculture of anticonsumerists who call themselves freegans — the term derives from vegans, the vegetarians who forsake all animal products, as many freegans also do — is the closest thing their movement has to an official voice.
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  3. antigang
    • 2007 June 21, The Associated Press, “California: Antigang Czar for Los Angeles”, New York Times:
      An evangelical minister who has developed social service and youth programs in poor neighborhoods was named Los Angeles’s first antigang czar.
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  4. banklike
    • 2007 June 21, Michael Barbaro, “At Wal-Mart, a Back Door Into Banking”, New York Times:
      The new products, like the prepaid debit card, will be offered through third-party partners, allowing Wal-Mart to sell banklike services without a government license.
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  5. barnaclelike
    • 2007 June 21, Craig S. Smith, “Recalling the Princess They Called Mother”, New York Times:
      Prince Albert, together with his sisters, selected hundreds of items from among his mother’s possessions for public display beginning July 12 at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco’s modern barnaclelike conference center by the sea.
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  6. basmati
    • 2007 June 21, Alissa J. Rubin, “Shiite Rivalries Slash at a Once Calm Iraqi City”, New York Times:
      Diwaniya is the capital of the almost completely Shiite farming province of Qadisiya, known for its marshy fields where farmers grow aromatic ambar rice, similar to India’s basmati.
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  7. boho
    • 2007 June 21, Ruth La Ferla, “Another Summer of Love”, New York Times:
      In pockets of downtown Manhattan and in cities as far-flung as Miami and Los Angeles, young women in the vanguard are setting aside their trapeze and baby-doll dresses — and as often as not, their drainpipe jeans — in favor of a breezier, more audaciously colorful interpretation of boho chic.
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  8. bonafides
    • 2007 June 21, Charles Euchner, “The Empire Slate”, New York Times:
      The twist is that Parker himself had strong reformist bonafides.
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  9. bunkrooms
  10. charro
    • 2007 June 21, James C. Mckinley Jr., “Antonio Aguilar, 88, Ranchera Singer, Dies”, New York Times:
      He also became an unofficial ambassador of the charro culture, with its folkloric songs; traditional costumes, typified by mariachi musicians; and stunning feats of horsemanship.
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  11. deskbound
  12. flockmate
    • 2007 June 21, Amy Virshup, “Newly Released”, New York Times:
      “No, the lord is a shepherd,” a flockmate contradicts.
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  13. floodwalls
    • 2007 June 21, John Schwartz, “New Orleans Still at Risk, Army Data Show”, New York Times:
      But the report shows that the vulnerable areas within those neighborhoods are much smaller than they were before Hurricane Katrina — considered a 1-in-400 storm — thanks to the corps’ substantial improvements to the 350-mile levee system, the floodwalls, pumps and gates.
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  14. freemeets
    • 2007 June 21, Steven Kurutz, “Not Buying It”, New York Times:
      They dress in castoff clothes and furnish their homes with items found on the street; at freecycle.org , where users post unwanted items; and at so-called freemeets, flea markets where no money is exchanged.
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  15. hippiedom
    • 2007 June 21, Ruth La Ferla, “Another Summer of Love”, New York Times:
      In contrast to a “very restrictive ’50s look, constructed on a scaffolding of girdles and brassieres, merry widows and garter belts,” he said, the flowering of hippiedom was an expression of “fresh air, a universal wanting to let go.”
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  16. landmarked
    • 2007 June 21, Joyce Wadler, “Dark Work in a Sunny Spot”, New York Times:
      Her sunny one-bedroom apartment in a landmarked house in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn is filled with treasures from a traveler’s life, not all the travels global: The combs collected in New Guinea on a bookcase that she thinks might be Le Corbusier; a very old bowl used to carry away the spit of a Hawaiian king (oh, yes, everything that came from his body — hair, excrement, urine, scabs — was considered sacred and taken away in a bowl); an abstract painting, voluptuous and round, by Ms. Moore’s longtime companion, the sculptor John Newman; the daybed with hot pink cushions purchased in India, when Ms. Moore was fortunate enough to be traveling with someone who shipped back a container.
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  17. landmarking
  18. megafunds
    • 2007 June 21, Julia Werdigier, “Britain’s Private Equity Firms Try to Make the Case for Their Low Taxes”, New York Times:
      Ronald Cohen, the founder of Apax Partners who now runs a venture capital firm focusing on social development projects, was quoted last week saying the partners at megafunds should pay more tax but that growth funds and venture capitalists like himself should be spared for the good of the economy.
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  19. mouthward
  20. nandrolone
  21. nonislanders
    • 2007 June 21, The Associated Press, “Japan: Battle of Iwo What?”, New York Times:
      The revision may have little effect among nonislanders, however.
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  22. nonwaiver
    • 2007 June 21, Jack Curry, “As the Mets Flounder, Gómez Could Be a Catch”, New York Times:
      If the Mets felt they needed to add a starting pitcher before the July 31 nonwaiver trading deadline, teams would surely inquire about Gómez and Lastings Milledge, a 22-year-old outfielder.
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  23. nonwedge
    • 2007 June 21, “The Bloomberg Question”, New York Times:
      For a couple of days, at least, he changed the subject from who has raised the most money and focused attention on some of the nonwedge but really important issues that he and a few other mayors and governors have been trying to push to the front of the national agenda.
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  24. officelike
    • 2007 June 21, Virginia Heffernan, “Really, Really Rosie”, New York Times:
      The set, if set it can be called, is an officelike room with shelving filled with knickknacks; you can also see a doorway, through which Kelli Carpenter, Ms. O’Donnell’s wife — they married in San Francisco in 2004 — and others sometimes pass. Ms. O’Donnell’s brief interactions with her entourage are often the best part of her videos, and they can come anytime.
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  25. parfum *
    • 2007 June 21, Zarah Crawford, “Trying on Enlightenment for Size”, New York Times:
      D for Diane” (parfum, $75; body cream, $60) — I began to think that for a woman so seemingly wrapped up in herself, this architectural conceit had an even greater metaphoric resonance.
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  26. quarterpipe
    • 2007 June 21, Matt Higgins, “Tricks Get Trickier, Raising Questions of Safety”, New York Times:
      He had launched off a quarterpipe — a relatively new ramp in freestyle — and became separated from his motorcycle before plummeting 30 feet to the ground.
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  27. quarterpipes
    • 2007 June 21, Matt Higgins, “Tricks Get Trickier, Raising Questions of Safety”, New York Times:
      Last season, three new elements — quarterpipes, a table-top-style ramp and a wall ride — were added to the course at the Dew Tour to push the progression of freestyle motocross, a discipline in which riders complete aerial maneuvers while soaring 50 feet or more from ramp to ramp for judged scores.
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  28. ranchera
    • 2007 June 21, James C. Mckinley Jr., “Antonio Aguilar, 88, Ranchera Singer, Dies”, New York Times:
      In the 1970s Mr. Aguilar took his show to major cities across the United States and Latin America, helping to spread the popularity of ranchera music, with its straight march and waltz beats and its sometimes mournful, sometimes humorous lyrics.
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  29. slavelike
    • 2007 June 21, Howard W. French, “Fast-Growing China Says Little of Child Slavery’s Role”, New York Times:
      SHANGHAI, June 20 — There is a certain ritualistic aspect to stories in China like the one this past week about the hundreds of people, many of them teenagers or even younger, who were forced to work under slavelike conditions in the brick kilns of Shanxi Province.
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  30. snowbell
    • 2007 June 21, Anne Raver, “Northwest Ingenuity, Many Ways”, New York Times:
      I wanted a Styrax obassia, or fragrant snowbell, whose racemes of sweet white flowers were blooming behind an 80-foot-tall Douglas fir.
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  31. superlarge
    • 2007 June 21, Mark Landler, “Fast, Dazzling, Large and Deluxe”, New York Times:
      Lines formed early at Falcon’s new 7X. The gleaming $41 million eight-seater is the newest entrant in the superlarge business jet category, following Gulfstream’s G500 and Bombardier’s Global series.
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  32. superserious
    • 2007 June 21, David M. Halbfinger, “Grown-Up Films Vie for Viewers in Summer”, New York Times:
      The moviegoing I.Q. shouldn’t rise in fall either, which might explain why Picturehouse and Lionsgate have both moved broad comedies, “Run, Fat Boy, Run” and “Good Luck Chuck,” from summer to the superserious month of September.
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  33. touchscreen
  34. untenably
    • 2007 June 21, Lindsey Crittenden, “Out of a Packing Box, Not Stuff, but Souls”, New York Times:
      Sure, I’d bought the place and chosen the paint colors and the fabric to reupholster dad’s favorite chairs, but suddenly, untenably, my space no longer felt all mine.
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  35. utopianism
    • 2007 June 21, Ruth La Ferla, “Another Summer of Love”, New York Times:
      The woozy euphoria and utopianism of the day were memorialized this spring in “Summer of Love” on PBS , a portrait of the event widely considered the peak of the counterculture movement, and in “Hippies,” a documentary broadcast last week on the History Channel.
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  36. wallcovering
    • 2007 June 21, Mitchell Owens, “Room to Improve”, New York Times:
      There is no reason not to paper one wall with your favorite wallcovering — the wall with the fireplace, say, or the one where you plan to park the sofa — and paint adjacent walls a complementary color.
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  37. washings
  38. whiteface
    • 2007 June 21, Ben Ratliff, “Serving Some Gumbo From Old New Orleans”, New York Times:
      Before the band came on, a young quartet called the New Orleans Bingo Show warmed up the audience, setting up in the front rows and playing like a theatrical street band: whiteface makeup, vintage suits, a ukulele, kazoos, fake tap dancing.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. napthalene = naphthalene