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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-24 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-01-24[edit]

  1. actionfest
    • 2009 January 24, Darren Zenko, “Pow! Straight to the Moon”, Toronto Star:
      But Moon is more of an adventure-shooter than full-bore run-and-gun actionfest.
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  2. bearnaise
  3. blinged
    • 2009 January 24, RICHARD OUZOUNIAN, “A winning Bette”, Toronto Star:
      The heavily Botoxed, stylishly black-clad, elegantly blinged women who organized this evening may not want to imitate Bette's style, but they certainly love her sass.
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  4. bodycheck
  5. bromance
    • 2009 January 24, Peter Howell, “Going `beyond gay'”, Toronto Star:
      Adding further tension to this extreme "bromance" is the strained macho dynamics of the relationship.
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  6. chimneybreast
    • 2009 January 24, Colin and Justin, “Colin and Justin: Pretty in pink”, Toronto Star:
      Because this wasn't a working log or coal fire, we were able to have some fun by cladding each face of the chimneybreast with mirror to add a serious designer twist.
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  7. compulsories
    • 2009 January 24, “Team effort powers Canucks”, Toronto Star:
      The duo easily won the free dance, adding to their wins in the compulsories and the original dance.
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  8. counterbid
  9. crokinole
    • 2009 January 24, Susan Pigg, “Ode to our oval office”, Toronto Star:
      She was a showcase for gourmet, and some godawful, family meals and a battleground for crokinole and Monopoly.
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  10. dijon
    • 2009 January 24, Corey Mintz, “Lunching well at Forte bistro and lounge”, Toronto Star:
      This is one of those dishes where you need to find a place in each bite for every flavour – intense jus, raw honey, dijon, blue cheese – or one element will overwhelm the rest.
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  11. duxelles
    • 2009 January 24, Corey Mintz, “Lunching well at Forte bistro and lounge”, Toronto Star:
      The modest earthiness of the mushroom duxelles and fresh dough provide the right background for the chunks of pungent cheese hidden in the tide of corn sauce, bubbly from a last-minute emulsification.
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  12. frontside
    • 2009 January 24, Randy Starkman, “Silver medal eases pain for Batchelor at world championships”, Toronto Star:
      His routine, as described by the Canadian Snowboard Federation, sounded like a day on the golf course: it featured a "front nine, a back nine, a front five followed by frontside and backside air, ending with a back ten to impress the judges and large crowd.
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  13. fulltime
  14. giftees
  15. gruyere
    • 2009 January 24, Corey Mintz, “Lunching well at Forte bistro and lounge”, Toronto Star:
      The gears of french onion soup – gruyere, caramelized onions, reduced beef stock – trickle out of dumplings with the consistency and sweetness of a beefy, cheesy chutney ($11).
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  16. halfpipe
    • 2009 January 24, Randy Starkman, “Silver medal eases pain for Batchelor at world championships”, Toronto Star:
      But the kid who washed windows for $2 an hour when he was 8 so he could buy his first snowboard served notice he could be a contender at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics with a silver medal yesterday in men's halfpipe.
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  17. handwells
  18. hellos
  19. inkers
    • 2009 January 24, Raju Mudhar, “Getting under Kat Von D's skin”, Toronto Star:
      Von D highlights other artists in the book, citing Michael Hussar and Kore Flatmo, and has included a directory of other inkers she respects.
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  20. juried
    • 2009 January 24, Vicky Sanderson, “Interior Design Show offers inspiration”, Toronto Star:
      There will also be a juried selection of design prototypes, including sleek and spare chairs and stools by Jang Won Yoon.
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  21. liveability
    • 2009 January 24, Colin and Justin, “Colin and Justin: Pretty in pink”, Toronto Star:
      The result was that the work to raise the porch floor cost just shy of $850 but the return, in liveability and useful space terms, made it worth every cent.
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  22. marcona
    • 2009 January 24, Corey Mintz, “Lunching well at Forte bistro and lounge”, Toronto Star:
      Simplicity isn't always in evidence, though, as in this cryptic itemization: "roasted artichokes, prawn mousse, salt cod brandade, marcona almonds, romesco sauce.
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  23. meatlike
    • 2009 January 24, Keith Gordon, “Haggis: Hard to make, but there's nothing like it”, Toronto Star:
      A huge stock pot had been gently bubbling on the burner for hours, a piece of parchment paper covering a dark, exotic mass of meatlike objects that bob gently in the broth.
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  24. meltingly
  25. misdated
    • 2009 January 24, Madhavi Acharya-Tom Yew, “OSC, RIM execs near deal”, Toronto Star:
      Balsillie voluntarily stepped down from his role as chair of RIM in March 2007, after the company announced it would restate earnings by about $250 million (U. S. ) to account for the cost of misdated stock options.
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  26. netminders
    • 2009 January 24, Paul Hunter, “Lighten up, it's not real”, Toronto Star:
      In the only shutout in the history of the all-star game, Canadiens netminders Charlie Hodge and Gary Bauman combined for 35 saves, blanking a lineup that also included Dave Keon, Frank Mahovlich and Rod Gilbert.
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  27. papillote
  28. pastness
    • 2009 January 24, Peter Goddard, “Pushing film's frontiers to Venice”, Toronto Star:
      As he has written in Documenta Magazine , "Our modern forms are rapidly accruing a sense of `pastness.
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  29. peristem
    • 2009 January 24, Michele Henry, “PREGNANT PAUSE: If the baby might need it, we're doing it”, Toronto Star:
      Better at making structural tissue than the more mature, adult stem-cell cousins, researchers believe peristem might one day heal fractures, cure diseases of aging, repair stroke-damaged tissue and abolish liver disease.
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  30. preauthorized
  31. preinjury
    • 2009 January 24, David Bruser, “A jobs program that fails”, Toronto Star:
      Avilés was caught up in a flawed WSIB program that is supposed to train injured workers to re-enter the workplace and restore their preinjury wage.
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  32. proroguer
  33. reknit
    • 2009 January 24, Gord Stimmell, “Fuzion frenzy uncorked”, Toronto Star:
      " Or kept in the cellar for a month or two to let it settle and reknit.
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  34. romesco
    • 2009 January 24, Corey Mintz, “Lunching well at Forte bistro and lounge”, Toronto Star:
      Simplicity isn't always in evidence, though, as in this cryptic itemization: "roasted artichokes, prawn mousse, salt cod brandade, marcona almonds, romesco sauce.
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  35. schmoozefest
    • 2009 January 24, Paul Hunter, “Lighten up, it's not real”, Toronto Star:
      But if you accept it for what it is -- an event rather than a game, a corporate schmoozefest punctuated by a skatearound -- then there is enjoyment to be had, both in the game and in the sometimes more intriguing skills competition.
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  36. scrilla
  37. shiraz
    • 2009 January 24, Gord Stimmell, “Greece, France, Australia shine in this release”, Toronto Star:
      Of course, Down Under it's called shiraz because this Rhône grape has adapted uniquely to stand the torrid heat of Aussie vineyards over the last 150 years.
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  38. shockings
    • 2009 January 24, Paola Loriggio, “Hydro to fix sidewalk boxes after several dogs zapped”, Toronto Star:
      Crews have already replaced several defective handwells – utility-access cavities in the sidewalk, usually covered by metal plates – in the wake of the recent dog shockings, said Toronto Hydro spokesperson Denise Attallah yesterday.
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  39. skatearound
    • 2009 January 24, Paul Hunter, “Lighten up, it's not real”, Toronto Star:
      But if you accept it for what it is -- an event rather than a game, a corporate schmoozefest punctuated by a skatearound -- then there is enjoyment to be had, both in the game and in the sometimes more intriguing skills competition.
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  40. styrofoam
    • 2009 January 24, Paul Hunter, “Lighten up, it's not real”, Toronto Star:
      Four breakable styrofoam targets 15 inches in diameter are attached to the goal posts, one in each corner.
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  41. sundresses
  42. sunstroked
    • 2009 January 24, Gord Stimmell, “Fuzion frenzy uncorked”, Toronto Star:
      the brand was born high in the sunstroked Andean plateau in Mendoza, Argentina, about six years ago, according to export manager José Arsensio.
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  43. supersimple
  44. transfats
  45. undermount
    • 2009 January 24, DIANE TIERNEY, “Snow shovelling? Not your problem at this site”, Toronto Star:
      A special grand opening bonus for some of the first buyers includes $39,000-worth of specific upgrades such as crown moulding, granite counters, undermount sink, upgraded doors and more.
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  46. unfiled
    • 2009 January 24, Phinjo Gombu, “Councillor sides against Vaughan”, Toronto Star:
      DiVona's unfiled affidavit, which Milani's lawyers said they intend to use, not only supports her claim that officials acted hastily; it also includes internal city correspondence and notes of conversations with city officials.
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  47. upcycling
    • 2009 January 24, Vicky Sanderson, “Interior Design Show offers inspiration”, Toronto Star:
      "It was amazing how diverse the sources were – from classical architecture to fashion to music to upcycling used materials.
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  48. viognier
    • 2009 January 24, Gord Stimmell, “Greece, France, Australia shine in this release”, Toronto Star:
      In a contest, best value goes to the intensely densely fruited Western Range Julimar 2006 Shiraz/Viognier, where the white grape viognier adds lift to the dense red shiraz grapes.
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  49. wrister
    • 2009 January 24, Paul Hunter, “Lighten up, it's not real”, Toronto Star:
      Nolan then made good on his "called shot," rifling a high wrister past the Buffalo netminder.
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  50. xynisteri
  51. yeasted
    • 2009 January 24, Vicky Sanderson, “Healthy cooking, healthy eating”, Toronto Star:
      I also made ridiculously delicious yeasted doughnut bits (and covered them with chocolate glaze).
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