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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-28 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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56234 tokens ‧ 41694 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6202 types ‧ 20 (~ 0.322%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-01-28[edit]

  1. brickyard
  2. buggywhip
  3. decertified
    • 2009 January 28, Chris Sorensen, “Company recalls LG 150 cellphones”, Toronto Star:
      The voluntary recall was issued after tests found the LG 150, a black flip phone, did not meet Industry Canada specifications for radio frequency emissions, resulting in the device being decertified.
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  4. enoki
    • 2009 January 28, Tamsyn Burgmann, “Akasaka serves up good food and party tricks”, Toronto Star:
      The love-in continues between bites of Angus beef roll, packed with smooth foie gras, barbecued eel and scallions ($9) and the supreme kobe beef roll ($12) that swaddles slender enoki mushrooms.
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  5. forecheck
  6. hellooooo
    • 2009 January 28, Peggy Staruch, “How to make room on your cellphone”, Toronto Star:
      Well, the USB cable operates the same way – it sends information (hellooooo!) from one end to the other (and back again if you want).
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  7. icebreaking
    • 2009 January 28, Andrew Chung, “Trapped with icebreaker, cruise passengers party”, Toronto Star:
      But the Canadian Coast Guard ship Terry Fox, considered one of Canada's two "heavy" icebreakers, did get caught in the ice, leading some to wonder whether the Coast Guard has adequate icebreaking capabilities, given that Canada is an Arctic country.
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  8. kalbi
    • 2009 January 28, Tamsyn Burgmann, “Akasaka serves up good food and party tricks”, Toronto Star:
      Feasting continues with buttery chicken ($10) and charcoal-flavoured salmon ($10), top-notch filet mignon ($15) and slick, fatty kalbi short ribs ($10).
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  9. kobe
    • 2009 January 28, Tamsyn Burgmann, “Akasaka serves up good food and party tricks”, Toronto Star:
      The love-in continues between bites of Angus beef roll, packed with smooth foie gras, barbecued eel and scallions ($9) and the supreme kobe beef roll ($12) that swaddles slender enoki mushrooms.
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  10. nonconfrontational
    • 2009 January 28, susan pigg, “Collaboration, not litigation”, Toronto Star:
      "It was very nonconfrontational," says Crookes, who is in the midst of moving into a new home this week, a couple of blocks from his 8-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter.
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  11. provincially
    • 2009 January 28, Robert Benzie, “Ontario grabs piece of the action on Highway 407”, Toronto Star:
      But Bradley had few details on how much it would cost and whether 407 users travelling from the privately run section would have to pay an additional toll when they enter the provincially operated stretch, expected to open in 2013.
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  12. pushpins
  13. saltings
    • 2009 January 28, Jack Lakey, “Lace up your skates to stroll Soudan”, Toronto Star:
      The ice next to the curb where cars get parked is at least 15 centimetres thick, despite regular saltings by the city and daily efforts by residents to chop it down to size.
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  14. slotback
    • 2009 January 28, “Harrison accuser's trial set to start today”, Toronto Star:
      LIONS INK SIMON: The B.C. Lions re-signed veteran slotback Geroy Simon to a contract extension that will keep him with the CFL club through the 2011 season.
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  15. turnstiling
    • 2009 January 28, Rosie DiManno, “Fancy duds can't hide real ugliness”, Toronto Star:
      These individuals, after a night in jail, are as they were when cuffed, caught in alleged misdeeds, all crumpled and tousled, some blinking back hangovers, some abashed, some desultory and yawningly familiar with the whole procedure, turnstiling through the system.
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  16. wrister
  17. yawningly
    • 2009 January 28, Rosie DiManno, “Fancy duds can't hide real ugliness”, Toronto Star:
      These individuals, after a night in jail, are as they were when cuffed, caught in alleged misdeeds, all crumpled and tousled, some blinking back hangovers, some abashed, some desultory and yawningly familiar with the whole procedure, turnstiling through the system.
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