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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-01 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-01).

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46477 tokens ‧ 34315 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6121 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.376%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-01[edit]

  1. ballboy
  2. ballicatter
    • 2009 February 01, Kenneth Kidd, “The unlikely lexical countdown to a million”, Toronto Star:
      Then there are all the regional expressions, such as Newfoundland's ballicatter (ice formed by water spray), Eastern Ontario's snye (a side channel that bypasses rapids to form an island) or English Quebec's subvention (subsidy, borrowed from Quebec French).
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  3. burbee
  4. centralist
  5. chiemgauer
    • 2009 January 31, Lynda Hurst, “A cure for depression? Try funny money”, Toronto Star:
      Since 2003, a substitute currency, the chiemgauer, has been spent alongside the euro in more than 600 shops and businesses, and some workers are paid in it.
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  6. crewmembers
    • 2009 February 01, Dana Flavelle, “Blasting off into space with Massey mementoes”, Toronto Star:
      Something very positive you can do to honour people who have helped you along the way, or organizations you care for," Payette said, adding some military crewmembers choose to honour their squadron, for example.
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  7. crowdfunding
  8. cryptics
    • 2009 February 01, Bill Taylor, “Building a crossword”, Toronto Star:
      This writer has been solving cryptics for 40 years and can usually crack Araucaria, though it might take a couple of days.
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  9. gotchies
  10. localisms
  11. mauzy
    • 2009 February 01, Kenneth Kidd, “The unlikely lexical countdown to a million”, Toronto Star:
      Of course, if the weather is mauzy (damp and misty in Newfoundland), you might want to pull on your Cowichan sweater (made from homespun, un-dyed wool in B.C.) and fill up on some Digby chicken (dried or cured herring in the Maritimes).
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  12. mineowner
    • 2009 January 31, Lynda Hurst, “A cure for depression? Try funny money”, Toronto Star:
      Then the mineowner heard about "Wara stamp scrip," an idea proposed years earlier by economic theorist Silvio Gesell.
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  13. overdubs
    • 2009 February 01, Ben Rayner, “Rising star Jenn Grant getting run ragged”, Toronto Star:
      There are minimal overdubs on the instrumental side and Grant and producer Jonathan Goldsmith were equally sparing when it came to stacking vocals, too, aiming to keep them "as real as possible."
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  14. parkette
  15. reinsman
    • 2009 February 01, Hans Grottke, “`Beach' carts home top award”, Toronto Star:
      In addition, Paul MacDonell, 45, the colt's regular pilot, was selected Canada's driver of the year, a welcome award for the Toronto-based reinsman who has finished second in that category twice in the past four years.
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  16. snye
    • 2009 February 01, Kenneth Kidd, “The unlikely lexical countdown to a million”, Toronto Star:
      Then there are all the regional expressions, such as Newfoundland's ballicatter (ice formed by water spray), Eastern Ontario's snye (a side channel that bypasses rapids to form an island) or English Quebec's subvention (subsidy, borrowed from Quebec French).
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  17. sovereignists
  18. standardbred
    • 2009 February 01, Hans Grottke, “`Beach' carts home top award”, Toronto Star:
      It marked the second consecutive year the speedy Nova Scotia-owned colt was named Canada's champion standardbred, the first time that has occurred since the inception of the O'Brien Awards.
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  19. triaged
    • 2009 February 01, Linda Diebel, “Existential crises and a rage to save the Liberals”, Toronto Star:
      Then, over 2001 and '02, he laid off 150 employees at MGI Software, a company he'd first "triaged" as a consultant for NPV Associates with his partner and fellow UCC alumnus Henry Eaton, before stepping in as CEO. Firing 30 per cent of the work force was necessary to save the company, insists NPV principal partner Eaton.
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  20. utterings
    • 2009 February 01, “The NHL and fighting”, Toronto Star:
      But their public utterings suggest that, like the OHL, they consider fighting part of the entertainment package. "
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