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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-23 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-23).

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39080 tokens ‧ 28710 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5356 types ‧ 12 (~ 0.224%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-23[edit]

  1. centreman
  2. clearway
    • 2009 February 23, Kenneth Kidd, “This man has transit users covered”, Toronto Star:
      And every shelter has to be 0.6 metres (including the curb) away from the road, but still leave a pedestrian "clearway" on the sidewalk between 1.525 and 2.1 metres.
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  3. disproven
    • 2009 February 23, Kathryn Young, “Flighty monarchs mystify scientists”, Toronto Star:
      Six rebel monarch butterflies seem to have disproven a long-held theory that monarchs east of the Rocky Mountains migrate to Mexico for the winter while their western cousins hang out in California during the cold months.
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  4. esthetics *
    • 2009 February 23, Kenneth Kidd, “This man has transit users covered”, Toronto Star:
      The eventual winning entry, from Astral Media using furniture by Toronto designer Jeremy Kramer, didn't lack for critics, which might be inevitable for any design that has to combine esthetics with sometimes subtle day-to-day functions.
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  5. expectedly
    • 2009 February 23, “Oscar behind the scenes”, Toronto Star:
      The mood is expectedly sombre when Heath Ledger is announced as the Best Supporting Actor.
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  6. smalltown
    • 2009 February 23, Peter Howell, “Slumdog top dog in Hollywood”, Toronto Star:
      Dustin Lance Black, the winner for Best Original Screenplay for Milk, Gus Van Sant's biopic of martyred gay activist Harvey Milk, had an emotional smalltown memory of his own – and also an appeal.
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  7. tunesmith
    • 2009 February 23, Peter Howell, “Slumdog top dog in Hollywood”, Toronto Star:
      I chose love, and I'm here," said Slumdog tunesmith A.R. Rahman, accepting the prize for Best Original Song for "Jai Ho."
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