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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-03 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-03).

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2009-03-03[edit]

  1. colectivos
    • 2009 March 3, San Grewal, “Frugal cab patrons hail Texxi”, Toronto Star:
      But unlike the Texxi system, "colectivos" used throughout South America, "share taxis" and "jitneys" used elsewhere, usually have fixed pickup and drop-off points and travel on set routes, effectively operating as shuttle buses that often carry more than a dozen riders at a time.
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  2. cortisoned
    • 2009 March 3, Cathal Kelly, “Bolting Becks deadly for MLS”, Toronto Star:
      While the league patiently waited for him to arrive, Beckham was busy getting cortisoned up so that he could pull ligaments for his previous club.
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  3. guanciale *
  4. healthwise
    • 2009 March 2, Ellie, “Use, and you will be used”, Toronto Star:
      Our deal was that I take care of him healthwise, after his hospital stay, but I went out instead, and we talked only occasionally.
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  5. khateebs
    • 2009 March 3, Stuart Laidlaw, “Muslims want help to adapt to life in Canada”, Toronto Star:
      Farhad Khadim of the Islamic Institute of Toronto says efforts are being made at many area mosques to address this issue, with many featuring khateebs, or Friday preachers, who are the sort of person MK longs for in the study.
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  6. microcap
    • 2009 March 3, Lisa Wright, “Gold still glisters for troubled junior miners”, Toronto Star:
      The shares of their Toronto-based microcap company are trading at 2 cents, well off their 52-week high of 22 cents a share on the TSX Venture Exchange.
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  7. nadvice
  8. observerships
  9. planetwide
    • 2009 March 3, Ben Rayner, “Unfashionable, but Nickelback sells”, Toronto Star:
      The Alberta-bred quartet was defiantly unfashionable when it started in 1995, has remained defiantly unfashionable through four chart-topping albums since "How You Remind Me" lit up the airwaves planetwide in 2001 and was defiantly unfashionable for the duration of its very nearly sold-out gig at the Air Canada Centre last night.
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  10. reenrolment
    • 2009 March 3, Allan Woods, “Ottawa makes heroes wait for pensions”, Toronto Star:
      Chief of defence staff Gen. Walter Natynczyk said last week he would fast-track the reenrolment of anyone who's been retired for five years or less, a process that normally takes six months to a year.
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  11. revisitation
    • 2009 March 3, Richard Ouzounian, “Will Ferrell's masterful and frightening portrayal of Bush”, Toronto Star:
      However, considering the broadly comic stereotypes that Ferrell has been trafficking in during his subsequent film career, there wasn't really much hope that this revisitation of Bush past would be more than a breezy series of frat boy-styled jokes.
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  12. soyameal
    • 2009 March 3, Corey Mintz, “Food writer finds out what happens before piggy gets to market”, Toronto Star:
      Grunts turn to squeals as the little ones (little, as in 150 pounds) race around each other to get a good spot at a bowl of kelp meal, soyameal, barley and corn, grown by Stevers' brother-in-law George, that's guaranteed to not be genetically modified.
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  13. thuddingly
    • 2009 March 3, Ben Rayner, “Unfashionable, but Nickelback sells”, Toronto Star:
      Once derided as a post-grunge Pearl Jam-come-lately, the band has slowly revealed itself over the years as a much more shrewdly populist entity whose thuddingly predictable sound also unknowingly predicted the moment when Metallica would stoop to covering Bob Seger's "Turn the Page" and whose front man, Chad Kroeger, has since proven himself much more in tune with blue-collar bard Jon Bon Jovi than he ever was with a self-sabotaging surfer-hippie freak like Eddie Vedder.
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  14. turtled
  15. ultrasleek
    • 2009 March 3, Mark Kennedy, “Wonder Woman's new theme song”, Toronto Star:
      NEW YORK–Lynda Carter peers at the ultrasleek stereo in her hotel room, trying to find the right button – any button, really – that will get it to accept her CD.
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  16. underworked

Sequestered[edit]

  1. extradtions = extraditions