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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-19 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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2009-01-19[edit]

  1. blueliner
  2. cleantech
    • 2009 January 19, Tyler Hamilton, “Clean tech programs losing steam”, Toronto Star:
      If I'm getting impatient, one can only imagine the impatience of auto workers who have lost their job, promising cleantech start-ups that can't afford to commercialize their prototype and must seek funds from south of the border, or renewable energy developers who must cancel their projects because government pussyfooting has scared away investors.
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  3. clubmates
    • 2009 January 19, Peter Edwards, “Bikers say thanks for acquittal”, Toronto Star:
      In a conversation with the Star last winter, Lenti said he never believed Akleh would try to kill him, as the two men had been friends when they were clubmates together in the Toronto chapter of the Satan's Choice Motorcycle Club in the late 1990s.
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  4. cocurricular
    • 2009 January 19, Jason Miller, “Fixing disrupted school year”, Toronto Star:
      Greene, 60, is the Master of McLaughlin College, which makes him responsible for providing extra- and cocurricular activities to students.
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  5. creasing
  6. cripplingly
    • 2009 January 19, Tyler Hamilton, “Clean tech programs losing steam”, Toronto Star:
      But when being cautious makes someone cripplingly slow, maybe it's time to loosen up and just get on with it.
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  7. encultured
    • 2009 January 19, “The pros and cons of hockey fisticuffs”, Toronto Star:
      Sarah Barmak's case against hockey reiterates what has been said many times before – fighting has been encultured into our game and undoubtedly will continue to define Canada's favourite sport.
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  8. fireballing
  9. greentech
    • 2009 January 19, Tyler Hamilton, “Clean tech programs losing steam”, Toronto Star:
      It was disappointing to read earlier this month that venture capital investments in Canadian greentech companies fell 56 per cent in 2008 to $159 million (U. S. ), according to tracking data released by The Cleantech Group.
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  10. interspaced
    • 2009 January 19, Joseph Hall, “Eye colour, schizophrenia not all in the genes”, Toronto Star:
      The entire human genome runs to about 3 billion of these nucleic acid pairings – cut in 23 sets of matching chromosomes – with about 25,000 working genes interspaced at far-flung intervals along the length.
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  11. kurta
    • 2009 January 19, Leslie Ferenc, “A Hindu ritual that's short, sweet”, Toronto Star:
      A few minutes later, a smiling Jeevan returned to the ceremony wearing a traditional kurta , or suit, and a bandage.
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  12. mundan
    • 2009 January 19, Leslie Ferenc, “A Hindu ritual that's short, sweet”, Toronto Star:
      At the time of their father's mundan there were fewer than 50 South Asian families in Toronto.
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  13. osmanthi
    • 2009 January 19, Corey Mintz, “Susur and the City”, Toronto Star:
      Slices of the crispy skin and ruby-rare yet warm flesh are painted with a sweet 'n' sour jam of chili and osmanthi flower honey.
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  14. oversubscription
    • 2009 January 19, “Retraining needs rethink”, Toronto Star:
      Of course, if the government fixes the program, it would have the opposite problem on its hands: oversubscription.
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  15. pennywort
    • 2009 January 19, Corey Mintz, “Susur and the City”, Toronto Star:
      The neutralizing zap of Szechuan chilies in a pennywort relish bridges the gap between two slabs of flawless octopus terrine ($18) and stacks of tomato and tomatillo.
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  16. porkosity
    • 2009 January 19, Corey Mintz, “Susur and the City”, Toronto Star:
      It is officially the moment when I've eaten too much, my porkosity index teetering into the critical zone.
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  17. signees
    • 2009 January 19, “York U. prof disputes letter”, Toronto Star:
      The signees have never claimed to speak on behalf of, or to represent, the faculty union.
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  18. soldout
    • 2009 January 19, Doug Smith, “Shorthanded Raptors no match for Nash”, Toronto Star:
      While wildly entertaining in a no-defence, last-shot-wins kind of way, a 117-113 loss to the Phoenix Suns before a soldout house at the Air Canada Centre yesterday will eventually be remembered as just another defeat for the Raptors, No. 26 against only 16 wins in a season that began with such promise and has degenerated into one of the worst in the last half decade.
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  19. trendsetting
    • 2009 January 19, Julian Beltrame, “Bank of Canada set to cut interest rates again”, Toronto Star:
      Canada's central bank has already sliced 1. 5 percentage points from its so-called trendsetting rate since October – three points in the last 13 months – but the economy continues to slide, and arguably, credit for companies and consumers is as tight as it has ever been.
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  20. unhopeful
    • 2009 January 19, Jim Coyle, “McGuinty emerges 'optimistic' from talks”, Toronto Star:
      Charest went on so long that McGuinty, at first standing in his usual ramrod posture awaiting his turn, was by the end leaning against the wall, like a man at a bus stop unhopeful of a ride any time soon.
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  21. vulturing
    • 2009 January 19, Lorraine Sommerfeld, “You can't put a price on a healthy marriage”, Toronto Star:
      But it seems we only value that when we're vulturing over the remains, seeking those things we can't put a cost on – the respect and mutual love that make it work.
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  22. wagyu
    • 2009 January 19, Corey Mintz, “Susur and the City”, Toronto Star:
      Slices of wagyu beef come with spheres of root vegetables and mini-towers of polenta.
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