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

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2009-02-02[edit]

  1. areca
    • 2009 February 2, Mark Magnier, “A Taiwanese roadside attraction”, Toronto Star:
      Lee, who won't give her first name, is a "betel nut beauty," one of thousands of women along Taiwan's highways who sell the datelike fruit of the areca palm to truckers and mostly working-class customers.
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  2. arthouse
    • 2009 February 2, David Germain, “Slumdog continues its domination”, Toronto Star:
      Slumdog Millionaire originally was to be released by Warner Independent, but its fate went into limbo after Warner Bros. closed down that arthouse banner.
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  3. datelike
    • 2009 February 2, Mark Magnier, “A Taiwanese roadside attraction”, Toronto Star:
      Lee, who won't give her first name, is a "betel nut beauty," one of thousands of women along Taiwan's highways who sell the datelike fruit of the areca palm to truckers and mostly working-class customers.
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  4. formulary
    • 2009 February 2, “Oxycodone has positive side, too”, Toronto Star:
      However, when used appropriately under medical guidance, this drug is a safe and essential part of a physician's formulary.
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  5. francophones
    • 2009 February 2, Chantal Hébert, “Ignatieff must avoid 'flag wars' in Quebec”, Toronto Star:
      Last November, CROP pegged support for sovereignty at 37 per cent; if a referendum had been held in the fall, a majority of Quebec francophones would have voted no.
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  6. ghostbusters
    • 2009 February 2, Jason Miller, “Henry Gordon, 89: Magician, debunker”, Toronto Star:
      Henry Gordon was a magician and a realist who wasn't afraid to take jabs at UFO believers, ghostbusters, astrologers and faith healers.
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  7. glassworkers
    • 2009 February 2, “Firms vie for Waterford”, Toronto Star:
      Martin Cullen, who represents the city of Waterford, spoke as hundreds of laid-off glassworkers prepared for a third straight night of occupying their workplace.
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  8. huitlacoche
    • 2009 February 2, Susan Sampson, “1001 foods you must taste”, Toronto Star:
      Consider huitlacoche (corn fungus), miracle berries (that trick taste buds into thinking sour is sweet), Casu Marzu (maggoty black-market cheese) or turu (a worm-like mollusc).
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  9. laneway
    • 2009 February 2, Precious Yutangco, “Triple shooting leaves 1 dead, 2 wounded”, Toronto Star:
      Forensic investigators probed the walkways in front of the Weston Rd. club and eventually moved to a back laneway parallel to Weston Rd.
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  10. lasered
    • 2009 February 2, Dave Perkins, “Steelers tiptoe past Cards”, Toronto Star:
      None was any more sensational than No.6, a fantastic 27-23 last-gasp win over the Arizona Cardinals, cemented by a brilliant toe-sticking TD catch by Santonio Holmes in the back of the end zone with 35 seconds remaining on a pass lasered by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
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  11. megascreen
    • 2009 February 2, “Imax plans to ride out recession on the big screen”, Toronto Star:
      DAVOS, Switzerland–The chief executive of megascreen producer Imax Corp. says he is confident the movie business will remain "fairly recession-proof" and that his company would benefit this year from the release of the J.J. Abrams' new Star Trek film and the latest Harry Potter epic.
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  12. oddsmakers
    • 2009 February 2, JENNA FRYER, “Big-game musical acts put charge into crowd”, Toronto Star:
      Springsteen then threw himself into his four-song set, a highly anticipated series of songs that had Las Vegas oddsmakers taking bets on which tunes he'd select.
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  13. outgaining
    • 2009 February 2, Dave Perkins, “Super Steelers fight back”, Toronto Star:
      Pittsburgh stretched it to 10-0 on a Gary Russell one-yard TD lunge in the first minute of the second quarter, at that point outgaining Arizona 147-13 yards.
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  14. paybacks
  15. peaker
    • 2009 February 2, Mike Funston, “4 firms to bid on power plant”, Toronto Star:
      But residents have expressed concerns about having a peaker plant in their midst.
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  16. portlands
    • 2009 February 2, Mike Funston, “4 firms to bid on power plant”, Toronto Star:
      A proposal to build in south Etobicoke is sponsored by Portlands Energy Centre LP, the partnership that runs a new peaker plant in Toronto's portlands.
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  17. pothos
  18. remanufacturing
    • 2009 February 2, Kenyon Wallace, “A factory fitted for a green future”, Toronto Star:
      The company, which makes office desks, shelves and mailroom sorting furniture, already runs a remanufacturing program through which it buys back old furniture for a nominal fee, and every component is recycled or reused.
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  19. resanded
  20. showrunner
  21. sovereignists
    • 2009 February 2, Chantal Hébert, “Ignatieff must avoid 'flag wars' in Quebec”, Toronto Star:
      Not only is that a contest that sovereignists cannot lose but it is also a sideshow and it amounts to re-fighting a war when peace has broken out.
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  22. turu
    • 2009 February 2, Susan Sampson, “1001 foods you must taste”, Toronto Star:
      Consider huitlacoche (corn fungus), miracle berries (that trick taste buds into thinking sour is sweet), Casu Marzu (maggoty black-market cheese) or turu (a worm-like mollusc).
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  23. unassembled
  24. uncelebrated
    • 2009 February 2, Rosie DiManno, “Mountie's dad humane in his grief”, Toronto Star:
      He is reminded by the sound of police sirens, a Canadian flag snapping in the wind, the playing of the national anthem, reports of other crimes on the evening news, birthdays uncelebrated and a forever empty place at the dinner table.
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  25. unenergetic
    • 2009 February 2, Dave Feschuk, “No heart, soul or wins for Raps”, Toronto Star:
      He shuffled his feet through 30 minutes of unenergetic pap before he partly blamed the "energy in the building" – i.e. the 19,800 Air Canada Centre fans who bought every last seat to watch the .388 local heroes – for the poor showing.
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