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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-13 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-20).

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60558 tokens ‧ 45296 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6711 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.343%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-01-13[edit]

  1. clubmates
    • 2009 January 13, Peter Edwards, “Lawyer ridicules 'plot' to kill Bandidos biker”, Toronto Star:
      He noted that Akleh and Stephenson had a turbulent relationship, and that Akleh quit the Oshawa chapter to get away from Stephenson and Oshawa clubmates, including Gault.
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  2. curbside
    • 2009 January 13, “Polanski's victim speaks out”, Toronto Star:
      Photographer Bert Stern reached an agreement yesterday with Donald Penny and Michael Weiss, who tried to sell the film transparencies back to Stern last year after claiming a colleague found them among curbside garbage in the 1970s.
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  3. disinformational
    • 2009 January 13, “Union gains are shared by all Canadians”, Toronto Star:
      This is a thinly disguised disinformational argument for union capitulation to the globalization agenda of the multinational corporations, whose objective is to rule the world by co-opting or disempowering elected governments – and unions.
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  4. forecheck
    • 2009 January 13, Paul Hunter, “Demotion hits home for Kulemin”, Toronto Star:
      "He said he has to be more physical and more active and go harder on the forecheck and stuff like that.
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  5. incorrectitude
    • 2009 January 13, “Fewer viewers, pared parties”, Toronto Star:
      But the Hollywood Reporter said the slightly boozy celebrity love fest "delivered with heart, soul and even a little political incorrectitude, proving to be the rare kudofest that left viewers feeling almost satisfied.
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  6. joltingly
    • 2009 January 13, Robert Crew, “Sharp and funny play has natural birth”, Toronto Star:
      However, the ending is joltingly unsatisfactory; a second son is briefly introduced and conclusions drawn, leaving the audience a little in the dark.
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  7. kudofest
    • 2009 January 13, “Fewer viewers, pared parties”, Toronto Star:
      But the Hollywood Reporter said the slightly boozy celebrity love fest "delivered with heart, soul and even a little political incorrectitude, proving to be the rare kudofest that left viewers feeling almost satisfied.
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  8. lockbox
  9. netminders
  10. offsite
    • 2009 January 13, “Fewer viewers, pared parties”, Toronto Star:
      Showtime held an offsite party at the nearby Peninsula Hotel and Fox Searchlight hosted a party at the restaurant Craft.
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  11. provincially
    • 2009 January 13, “For a national regulator”, Toronto Star:
      And to increase the pressure, the panel suggests that private-sector companies – stockbrokers, for example – be allowed to choose whether to be regulated federally or provincially.
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  12. repayed
  13. reputational
    • 2009 January 13, “For a national regulator”, Toronto Star:
      In its report yesterday, the panel pointed to the delayed crackdown on short-selling and the drawn-out resolution of the asset-backed commercial paper (ABCP) problem as examples of foot-dragging that "makes Canada vulnerable to market and reputational risks.
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  14. retaliations
  15. rezonings
  16. servicedogs
    • 2009 January 13, Susan Pigg, “Which will be the lucky pup?”, Toronto Star:
      “A Labradoodle will be more than happy to run 10 miles with you or watch movies at your feet all afternoon,” Chapman says of the dogs, that were created in late 1980s for people with allergies who needed guide or servicedogs.
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  17. silkscreening
    • 2009 January 13, Andrea Gordon, “Buying into Obama”, Toronto Star:
      A year ago, if anyone had told Toronto designer Kingi Carpenter she would soon be silkscreening a U. S. president onto dresses, hoodies and scarves, she would have laughed in their face.
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  18. sympathic
    • 2009 January 13, “Union gains are shared by all Canadians”, Toronto Star:
      If Persichilli is, as he claims, sympathic to unions and wants them to succeed, his real concern ought to be with the weakening of their influence over the last 20 years and the fact that, according to Labour Canada, just 30.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. snooooow
    • 2009 January 13, Nick Aveling, “Storm crisis a bit of a snow job?”, Toronto Star:
      Montrealers chuckle at Lastman's call for 'snooooow buddies' – Kitchener-Waterloo Record , Jan.
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