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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-04 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-04).

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94341 tokens ‧ 68975 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8888 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.304%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-03-04[edit]

  1. aroid
    • 2009 March 4, Iain Marlow, “ROM displays its curators”, Toronto Star:
      At his talk, Darling will discuss the Aplosonyx leaf beetle which has, in the tropical forests of Vietnam, developed a way to evade the toxic, latex ooze of the giant-leafed aroid plant: they cut near-perfect circles in the leaf to drain out the defensive sap.
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  2. crossfired
    • 2009 March 4, Mary Ormsby, “Racing/article/596093 `It's a miracle that nobody was killed'”, Toronto Star:
      Baillargeon's horse, Warp Speed, stumbled so fast – Zeron said the horse "crossfired" when its right hind leg caught its left front shoe – that the seven horses trailing had little time to avoid each other.
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  3. overmix
  4. tatin *
    • 2009 March 4, Eric Vellend, “The paper-thin art of phyllo”, Toronto Star:
      It can take the place of short crust for tarte tatin and fish en croute, and transform leftover turkey and gravy into a comforting pot pie.
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  5. warka
    • 2009 March 4, Eric Vellend, “The paper-thin art of phyllo”, Toronto Star:
      The chapter on savoury pastries shows readers how to make warka, thin pastry leaves similar to phyllo, and has a six-page recipe for bisteeya, Morocco's famous pigeon pie (now usually made with chicken instead).
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  6. woodsmoke
  7. yufka
    • 2009 March 4, Eric Vellend, “The paper-thin art of phyllo”, Toronto Star:
      The paper-thin pastry of today was born in the Ottoman Empire, where skilled cooks in the sultans' kitchens rolled out two kinds of yufka: a thinner one for baklava and a slightly thicker version for a family of pastries called börek.
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