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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2008-03-31 issue of the New York Times (2009-03-03).

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76622 tokens ‧ 55474 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7944 types ‧ 30 (~ 0.378%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2008-03-31[edit]

  1. biosensory
    • 2008 March 31, Stuart Elliott, “Is the Ad a Success? The Brain Waves Tell All”, New York Times:
      The study measured their biosensory responses to 19 commercials that won awards last year at the International Advertising Festival in Cannes, France, and ads that won Effie Awards last year from the New York the American Marketing Association.
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  2. budgeters
    • 2008 March 31, Alex Mindlin, “The Year of Magical Budgeting”, New York Times:
      Other studies described in the paper suggested that short-term budgeters tend to be overconfident.
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  3. cartoonishness
    • 2008 March 31, Allan Kozinn, “Reaching the Final Turn in 3 Years of Bumpy Road”, New York Times:
      If the work had one shortcoming, it was that the manic cartoonishness of the percussion scoring often distracted attention from the musically meatier solo line.
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  4. cartoonscape
    • 2008 March 31, Brad Stone, “Online Chat, as Inspired by Real Chat”, New York Times:
      Last year, Meebo’s chief executive, Seth Sternberg — who as a teenager was a chat-room moderator for America Online — introduced Meebo Rooms, a kind of 2-D version of Vivaty’s cartoonscape.
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  5. chirpily
  6. conflictive
  7. dnt
  8. falsecarded
  9. gelida *
  10. guitarra *
    • 2008 March 31, Jon Pareles, “Sorrow in Seductive Adornment”, New York Times:
      At Symphony Space on Friday night she started her World Music Institute concert facing not the audience but a band member: Angelo Freire on guitarra (Portuguese guitar), the round, high-strung instrument that’s inseparable from fado.
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  11. hansi
  12. ingester
  13. insistency
    • 2008 March 31, Nate Chinen, “Clear-Cut Case of the Blues, in a Bebop Mode”, New York Times:
      His son, Denardo Coleman, played drums with hard insistency, even bombast (at bright tempos, his ride-cymbal patterns were rivetlike), but he also kept closely attuned to the flow of improvisation.
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  14. meldings
    • 2008 March 31, Roslyn Sulcas, “Japanese Traditions on the Move”, New York Times:
      Cross-cultural meldings of Eastern and Western dance styles and aesthetics must have been unusual and perhaps somewhat exotic when the Saeko Ichinohe Dance Company was founded in 1970.
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  15. millworker
    • 2008 March 31, Michael Cooper, “Enough Distractions. Let’s Talk About Me.”, New York Times:
      John Edwards was the son of a millworker, Bob Dole was a war hero and John Glenn an astronaut, but none of them made it to the White House.
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  16. mongo *
    • 2008 March 31, Edward Rothstein, “Nothing’s Wasted, Especially Garbage”, New York Times:
      In one window a panel about recycling, with the heading “Trash and Transformation,” is mounted above a pile of dry, nonorganic trash, ranging from old LPs to a pink flamingo — examples of what is defined here as mongo: “objects plucked/rescued from the trash.”
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  17. msges
  18. noninstrumental
    • 2008 March 31, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      Here it functions as an overture and chief attraction, as the soundtrack’s only brand-new, noninstrumental tune.
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  19. nonsinging
    • 2008 March 31, The New York Times, “New CDs”, New York Times:
      But on “Attack & Release,” their fifth album, they welcome an interloper: Brian Burton , the producer better known as Danger Mouse (or in some circles, as the nonsinging half of Gnarls Barkley).
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  20. oompahs
    • 2008 March 31, Jon Pareles, “Sorrow in Seductive Adornment”, New York Times:
      They were all she needed to create fado’s slow-motion ballads or light-fingered oompahs, topped with the scurrying countermelodies of the guitarra.
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  21. overutilized
  22. pregentrification
    • 2008 March 31, Timothy Williams, “Minister Sees Salvation of Harlem in Boycott”, New York Times:
      Mr. Manning, who has been the church’s pastor for 27 years, said the intent of the boycott was to return Harlem to its pregentrification days of 1990, without the crack, crime and boarded-up buildings.
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  23. quasidocumentary
    • 2008 March 31, Manohla Dargis, “Voice, Eyes and Camera of Katrina Survivors”, New York Times:
      Shot in the familiar quasidocumentary, tag-along style, “Foster Child” at first seems too narrowly focused on Thelma’s personal tribulations but eventually throws open a window onto a world in which the only available remedy to the combination of poverty and religion rests in the bank accounts of childless foreigners.
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  24. remarketing
  25. rivetlike
    • 2008 March 31, Nate Chinen, “Clear-Cut Case of the Blues, in a Bebop Mode”, New York Times:
      His son, Denardo Coleman, played drums with hard insistency, even bombast (at bright tempos, his ride-cymbal patterns were rivetlike), but he also kept closely attuned to the flow of improvisation.
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  26. shovelers
  27. siloed
    • 2008 March 31, Brad Stone, “Online Chat, as Inspired by Real Chat”, New York Times:
      “A lot of basic human communication needs have been lost in this age of siloed, one-to-one communications,” said Roelof Botha, a partner at the venture capital firm Sequoia Capital.
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  28. spinmasters
  29. subsites
    • 2008 March 31, Brian Stelter, “Citizen Huff”, New York Times:
      As new topical subsites come online, especially the one for local news, the site will increasingly try to act as an Internet curator with a distinct attitude, mixing blog posts, original news and links to other sources.
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  30. voh

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