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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-21 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-21).

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2009-02-21[edit]

  1. anticoagulation
    • 2009 February 21, Janis Foord Kirk, “Putting some heart in medical careers”, Toronto Star:
      Roshanov, 22, and Chanda, 21, won the contest, proposing a software program to help cardiovascular patients manage anticoagulation therapy from home.
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  2. balsamics
  3. blinnies
    • 2009 February 21, Nancy Cawley, “Ride of a lifetime”, Toronto Star:
      With a German lad and a young Australian couple, I ate caviar, borscht, blinnies and beef stroganoff in the dining car, exchanged naughty jokes, played chess, and drank too much vodka.
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  4. boli *
  5. caramelly
    • 2009 February 21, Corey Mintz, “Choices that beguile, not bewilder”, Toronto Star:
      I could easily sip away at three of the caramelly coffees, if it weren't that one is enough to give me a heart attack.
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  6. cellaring
  7. covenantal
    • 2009 February 21, Ken Gallinger, “Even Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice couldn't do it”, Toronto Star:
      So, the question becomes: Is it possible to cultivate those deep values of honesty, respect and covenantal love in a group larger than a twosome?
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  8. decommodify
    • 2009 February 21, Ed Broadbent, “Barbarism Lite: The Political Attack on Social Rights”, Toronto Star:
      It was recognized that, if social rights and a higher degree of equality are to be made possible within a capitalist economy, the democratic state must actively intervene and decommodify certain goods and services.
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  9. exercizing
    • 2009 February 21, Ed Broadbent, “Barbarism Lite: The Political Attack on Social Rights”, Toronto Star:
      By vigorously exercizing their rights both in civil society and in politics, ordinary people produced governments that ensured, for the first time in history, that their personal agendas, not just those of elites, influenced public policy.
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  10. fawnings
    • 2009 February 21, Heather Greenwood Davis, “Dazzled by the Dream”, Toronto Star:
      You can't help but fall for the dramatic fawnings of Prince Charming or the "about to be replaced" musings of Woody when they're right there in front of you on the stage, acted out with conviction in Broadway-calibre performances.
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  11. gulpable
  12. kirpans
    • 2009 February 21, Tracey Tyler, “A many-ringed circus”, Toronto Star:
      In later decades, it included issues of discrimination against Jehovah's Witnesses, Sunday shopping, kirpans in schools, turbans versus hardhats and whether teachers trained at evangelical colleges can work in public schools.
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  13. lowrise
  14. microfear
    • 2009 February 21, Hannah Hoag, “Reading the fine print of the human face”, Toronto Star:
      And he told The New York Times that when he recently looked over Katie Couric's 2007 60 Minutes interview with Yankee infielder Alex Rodriguez, in which he denies using performance-enhancing drugs, Ekman spotted a hint of "microfear" around Rodriguez's lips when Couric asked if he was ever tempted to use illegal drugs.
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  15. motherlode
    • 2009 February 21, Damien Cox, “Sundin visit marks start of a new era”, Toronto Star:
      There was no shortage of fans who believed the Leafs could simply trade Sundin for a motherlode of youth and draft picks, and then re-sign him again in the summer.
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  16. ombud *
  17. onfield
    • 2009 February 21, “Blue Jay Watch”, Toronto Star:
      Most embarrassing onfield moment?
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  18. panzerottino
  19. rigidities
    • 2009 February 21, Ed Broadbent, “Barbarism Lite: The Political Attack on Social Rights”, Toronto Star:
      Breaking the power of the trade union movement not only cuts into the "rigidities" of the labour market but also has a net negative impact on the incomes of all workers.
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  20. scarmozza
  21. secondo *
  22. slumdogs
  23. soldout
  24. stocklists
  25. subindexes
    • 2009 February 21, “Banks, weak oil send stock markets lower”, Toronto Star:
      You look at the bank financial subindexes on the S&P, we're talking about a loss of 60 per cent year to date – not year over year, but year to date.
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  26. wardship
    • 2009 February 21, Tracey Tyler, “A many-ringed circus”, Toronto Star:
      The majority said temporary wardship, which allowed the girl to receive a transfusion, was justified.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. ceci *
    • 2009 February 21, Corey Mintz, “Choices that beguile, not bewilder”, Toronto Star:
      Chickpeas (or ceci beans) are tossed with short, flat noodles, some of which are boiled, others fried crispy.
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  2. feely
  3. ragu
    • 2009 February 21, Corey Mintz, “Choices that beguile, not bewilder”, Toronto Star:
      Now, the noodles have the perfect amount of bite: spaghetti with sea urchin or rigatoni with sautéed dandelions, raisins and pine nuts, or orecchiette in lamb ragu.
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  4. theeeeeeee
    • 2009 February 21, Heather Greenwood Davis, “Dazzled by the Dream”, Toronto Star:
      But from the PA system announcing your name roll-call style when you arrive ("The Disney Wonder welcomes ... all the way from Canada ... theeeeeeee DA-VIS Family") to the final farewell, which is organized and leisurely, the experience continuously surprises and entertains.
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