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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-18 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-01-18[edit]

  1. chatfest
    • 2009 January 18, Rob Salem, “NBC's talk surge 'last gasp of a dying network'”, Toronto Star:
      But turnover is a tradition for the seminal night-time chatfest, which since its debut in 1954 has passed from the affable Steve Allen to the more mercurial Jack Paar to Johnny Carson to Jay Leno in 1992.
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  2. herbed
    • 2009 January 18, “Obama's inauguration day”, Toronto Star:
      The menu: seafood stew with puff pastry; duck breast with sour cherry chutney and herbed pheasant stuffed with wild rice, along with molasses sweet potatoes; and apple cinnamon sponge cake.
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  3. honouree
    • 2009 January 18, “Obama's inauguration day”, Toronto Star:
      A charter honouree on the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta, Lowery may well feel that many of his prayers from those 1960s activist days have been answered when Obama places his hand on the Lincoln Bible.
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  4. idolizer
    • 2009 January 18, David Olive, “First impressions, second thoughts on the Obama inauguration”, Toronto Star:
      Of the Bay of Pigs fiasco, which soon, and logically, followed, JFK aide and idolizer Arthur Schlesinger Jr. bemoaned, "We not only look like imperialists ... we look like stupid, ineffectual imperialists...
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  5. jurisdictionally
    • 2009 January 18, “Letter only represents 15% of York faculty”, Toronto Star:
      The Lightman letter now being highlighted by the Star and other media is not only a misrepresentation of the proposed agreement and jurisdictionally questionable as a directive from a senior to a junior union, it is also in direct defiance of the elected representatives and colleagues of the faculty they claim to represent.
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  6. neocolonial
  7. overexpansion
    • 2009 January 18, David Olive, “Canada should strut its stuff”, Toronto Star:
      Iceland is effectively insolvent, the victim of a local banking collapse brought on by reckless overexpansion.
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  8. palletized
    • 2009 January 18, Stephen Finucan, “A modern Prometheus, blinded by the light”, Toronto Star:
      "Mr. Grippin," one amazon. com reviewer writes, addressing Theo by his palletized surname, "before I read your book I was saved and steadfast in the Lord.
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  9. primitivism
    • 2009 January 18, Ben Rayner, “Ben Rayner's reasons to live”, Toronto Star:
      Exuberant in its primitivism, High Kicks has a joyous, slightly naive spark that sometimes evokes the sort of tuneful messes to which Calvin Johnson's name is often attached.
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  10. superbanks
    • 2009 January 18, David Olive, “Canada should strut its stuff”, Toronto Star:
      "Martin and Parliament stopped the banks from merging, and I would bet my house that if we had created a couple of superbanks here they would have flown high and now been a ghastly mess," Bliss said.
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  11. tailspinning
    • 2009 January 18, Rosie DiManno, “Rochette solves dicey combination”, Toronto Star:
      Overnight, Rochette had reversed her tailspinning mood, setting aside the annoyance of an off short.
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  12. tribally
    • 2009 January 18, “Taliban target Pakistani girls' schools”, Toronto Star:
      The valley lies close to, but outside, Pakistan's tribally governed belt along the Afghan border where the West worries that Al Qaeda leaders have found refuge.
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  13. unilateralist
  14. unskewered
    • 2009 January 18, Stephen Finucan, “A modern Prometheus, blinded by the light”, Toronto Star:
      No one is left unskewered, from academics and religious bumpkins to book publishers – not even the poor, soon-to-be-blown-to-smithereens curator of the Mosul museum is spared.
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  15. webslinger
    • 2009 January 18, “Obama's inauguration day”, Toronto Star:
      The most recent issue of the Marvel comic – which Obama has collected for years – has the brooding webslinger saving the next president's oath-taking, which arch-villain Chameleon was trying to stop.
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