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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-17 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-19).

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2009-01-17[edit]

  1. abilitations
    • 2009 January 17, “Worst president ever? You betcha”, Toronto Star:
      It be-proves anyone in power to seriously consider hiring speech writers or those whose abilitations would service the individual much more co-hairently.
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  2. ahuehuete
    • 2009 January 17, Sonia Day, “A tree grows in Santa Maria”, Toronto Star:
      Toweringly tall like the redwoods, this spectacular ahuehuete (pronounced ah-way-way-tay) also spreads so wide, it can't be captured properly in a photo.
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  3. announceable
  4. babydom
  5. bannings
    • 2009 January 17, “Atwood review not novel”, Toronto Star:
      While the decision by the Toronto District School Board to review Margaret Atwood's award-wining book The Handmaid's Tale based on a single complaint is a farce, it is too bad that your reporter did not visit the Canadian website dedicated to Canadian book bannings, rather than rely on that of the American Library Association.
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  6. bogging
  7. cherrywood
  8. commodified
    • 2009 January 17, John R. MacArthur, “Hope as a commodity”, Toronto Star:
      Since Puritan times, America has declared itself exceptional in the eyes of God and man – that great sloganeer Ronald Reagan cribbed from Lincoln's famous phrase when he called it "the last best hope of man on earth" – and it's only in America that a lovely feeling such as hope can be commodified so expertly, so cynically.
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  9. cookwear
  10. delicata
    • 2009 January 17, Mark Bittman, “Stale spices, canned beans are no-nos for new year”, Toronto Star:
      The best winter squashes (delicata, for example) have edible skins and are amazing just chunked and roasted with a little oil (and maybe some ginger or garlic).
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  11. dugway
    • 2009 January 17, Louis Macpherson, “Valley of the Gods is a peaceful place”, Toronto Star:
      The gravel dugway is harrowing in places but all the more thrilling for being so, and the uninterrupted views as you gradually climb the mesa are utterly spectacular.
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  12. emerg
    • 2009 January 17, Daniel Dale, “Ambulance waits get longer”, Toronto Star:
      These EMS people, who should just walk into the emerg, drop their patient off, and then leave, are frozen in the emerg for a long period of time, because there aren't enough resources there.
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  13. fluffery
  14. godgames
    • 2009 January 17, Peter Goddard, “These head games are contagious”, Toronto Star:
      Another point of departure for Goldin and Senneby might well be the "godgames" played out in John Fowles's novel The Magus .
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  15. gots
  16. handpainted
    • 2009 January 17, John Sewell, “Telescope is the real deal”, Toronto Star:
      Your vase is entirely handpainted and the two S’s on the bottom refer to the artist who did the work, Samuel Schellink (1876-1958).
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  17. imprompture
  18. inititatives
  19. kitschmeister
    • 2009 January 17, Maryclaire Dale, “Andrew Wyeth, 91: Artist stirred controversy”, Toronto Star:
      "One critic has called Wyeth the greatest living kitschmeister, while others have compared him to Edward Hopper or the 'Abstract Expressionists,'" said Milton Esterow, the editor and publisher of Artnews , which lavishly praised Wyeth's work in the 1950s but has since stayed on the sidelines.
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  20. malbecs
    • 2009 January 17, Gord Stimmell, “Argentina delivers surprises that pack a punch”, Toronto Star:
      And while that land's malbecs have been winning converts among wine lovers recently, the best performers this time were other red grape varieties, reviewed below.
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  21. minigolf
  22. multiplatform
    • 2009 January 17, Marc Saltzman, “Guitar Hero investment pays off”, Toronto Star:
      During the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Activision Blizzard announced that 2007's Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock has become the first multiplatform console game to reach $1 billion in worldwide retail sales.
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  23. nonaccredited
    • 2009 January 17, Megan Ogilvie, “DIET DECODER: Here's the skinny — `Bitch' phenomenon is so disappointing”, Toronto Star:
      Barnouin is a former model who has an M. Sc in holistic nutrition from Clayton College of Natural Health in Birmingham, Ala. The nonaccredited, distance-learning institution is not recognized by the U. S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education.
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  24. nonproduction
    • 2009 January 17, “Japanese automakers announce big cuts”, Toronto Star:
      Toyota's two plants in Ontario will face some nonproduction days from January until April 3, but Toyota spokesperson Mike Goss said no workers will be affected.
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  25. operagoers
    • 2009 January 17, John Terauds, “Johannes Debus: A new baton in town”, Toronto Star:
      And it didn't take long for Toronto operagoers to realize, too, than an exceptional artist was in their midst.
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  26. opiners
    • 2009 January 17, Lynda Hurst, “How to rate the Bush years? (Seriously)”, Toronto Star:
      Outgoing President George W. Bush thinks history will be kinder to him than contemporary "writers and opiners" (and shoe-throwers) believe.
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  27. permissability
    • 2009 January 17, “Worst president ever? You betcha”, Toronto Star:
      I like best the quote wherein Bush "readly concedes that (he) chucked aside some of my free-market principles," because it seems to me that chucking aside principles, especially on hard-core matters like the permissability of torture, was very much what Mr. Bush was about.
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  28. pimenton
    • 2009 January 17, Mark Bittman, “Stale spices, canned beans are no-nos for new year”, Toronto Star:
      But some that you might think about using more frequently include cardamom (try a tiny bit in your next coffee cake, apple cake, spice cake or rice pilaf); ground cumin (a better starting place in chili – in fact, in many bean dishes – than chili powder); fennel seeds (these will give a Provençal flavour to any tomato sauce or soup; grind them first, or not); an assortment of dried chilies (I store them all together, because dried chipotles make the rest of them slightly smoky); fresh – or at least dried – ginger, which is lovely grated over most vegetables; pimenton, the smoked Spanish red pepper that is insanely popular in restaurants but still barely making inroads among home cooks; and good curry powder.
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  29. prebudget
    • 2009 January 17, Les Whittington, “Premiers call for 'stability'”, Toronto Star:
      An agreement forged last month between the federal Liberals and NDP to create a coalition to replace the Conservative government hung over yesterday's prebudget consultations between Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his provincial counterparts.
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  30. reno
  31. scenesetters
    • 2009 January 17, Heather Greenwood Davis, “Minigolf's a major obsession in Myrtle Beach”, Toronto Star:
      You'll find two volcanoes, a fire-breathing dragon, crashed planes, pirate ships, jungle creatures and a pyramid among the scenesetters that rise high up into the sky.
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  32. sloganeer
    • 2009 January 17, John R. MacArthur, “Hope as a commodity”, Toronto Star:
      Since Puritan times, America has declared itself exceptional in the eyes of God and man – that great sloganeer Ronald Reagan cribbed from Lincoln's famous phrase when he called it "the last best hope of man on earth" – and it's only in America that a lovely feeling such as hope can be commodified so expertly, so cynically.
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  33. strummy
    • 2009 January 17, John Sakamoto, “The Anti-Hit List”, Toronto Star:
      Arguably her most affecting single since her breakthrough "Video," this strummy, acoustic love song features the misleadingly named son of reggae patriarch Denroy Morgan on a joyful and subtly sensuous duet ("Wash the Tears").
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  34. techy
    • 2009 January 17, Brent Ledger, “Old skills so old hat, they're extinct”, Toronto Star:
      It's literally gone before you know it, toast, yesterday's news, another little bit of techy trivia, dead before its time – like WordStar, MS-DOS and dial-up.
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  35. toothlessly
    • 2009 January 17, Geoff Pevere, “An Obama survival guide for that first Canadian trip”, Toronto Star:
      Consider our history of beloved ugliness: all those years of toothlessly grinning, fearlessly unhelmeted hockey players; the jowls of John Diefenbaker; the belligerent baldness of Peter Mansbridge; the proudly portly Bachman-Turner Overdrive; the only-on-radio cult of Peter Gzowski; the frosted alpine sideburns of Pierre Berton.
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  36. townfolk
    • 2009 January 17, Royson James, “Bridge to a new world”, Toronto Star:
      While other townfolk savoured the entire night in front of television sets, counting the voting results state by state, these marchers of every race walked in candle-lit reverence, on the edge of history.
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  37. uncelebrated
    • 2009 January 17, Royson James, “Bridge to a new world”, Toronto Star:
      All the lives lived out in ceaseless toil for another's gain would have expired in an uncelebrated place, were it not for Bloody Sunday and the 300 who faced off with state-directed horses and billy clubs and tear gas.
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  38. unhelmeted
    • 2009 January 17, Geoff Pevere, “An Obama survival guide for that first Canadian trip”, Toronto Star:
      Consider our history of beloved ugliness: all those years of toothlessly grinning, fearlessly unhelmeted hockey players; the jowls of John Diefenbaker; the belligerent baldness of Peter Mansbridge; the proudly portly Bachman-Turner Overdrive; the only-on-radio cult of Peter Gzowski; the frosted alpine sideburns of Pierre Berton.
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  39. unrouted
    • 2009 January 17, John R. MacArthur, “Hope as a commodity”, Toronto Star:
      We hope to get rich when and if fortune smiles on us: the unrouted stock that rises; timely inside information on the extension of a streetcar line; the chance discovery of gold or oil; or simply the winning lottery ticket or poker hand.
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  40. untweezed
  41. utterings
    • 2009 January 17, “Our leaders find common ground”, Toronto Star:
      Harper could also run into trouble with the opposition parties if tax cuts dominate the budget, although the utterings of Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff have been somewhat contradictory on this point.
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  42. viognier
    • 2009 January 17, Gord Stimmell, “Argentina delivers surprises that pack a punch”, Toronto Star:
      The Parri Viognier/Chardonnay is brilliantly balanced between the two grape varieties, with the chardonnay conferring power and the viognier the aromatics that deftly lift the wine.
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