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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-10 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-10).

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52736 tokens ‧ 38347 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6310 types ‧ 18 (~ 0.285%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-03-10[edit]

  1. daycares
    • 2009 March 10, Kenyon Wallace, “3,000 warned of HIV risk at tattoo shop”, Toronto Star:
      There are 45 health inspectors, said region spokesperson Tatiana Marmora, but they're responsible for about 1,200 locations, including food sites, pools and daycares.
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  2. desexualized
    • 2009 March 10, David Graham, “Red is the new black”, Toronto Star:
      As well, for Kawakubo, black was a feminist colour because she felt it desexualized the female form.
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  3. employability
  4. shouty
    • 2009 March 10, “CD PICK OF THE WEEK: KELLY CLARKSON”, Toronto Star:
      No. 1 hit "My Life Would Suck Without You" is a giddy dance-pop cousin to Cher's "Believe," "I Do Not Hook Up" and "Don't Let Me Stop You" bristle with barbed girl power, and "whyyawannabringmedown" is a shouty mall-punk tantrum fated to blast out of 12-year-old girls' bedrooms for months to come.
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  5. supperclub
    • 2009 March 10, Rita Zekas, “Can you hear drums, Fernando?”, Toronto Star:
      He was lured back by Libell Geddes, owner of the The Fifth supperclub/grill, to replace former GM Christian Huot, who is following his new bride to Miami.
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  6. triggerable
    • 2009 March 10, Petti Fong, “Avalanche deaths mount in southern B.C.”, Toronto Star:
      "When we see a thinner-than-average snowpack, we get more weak layers in the snow and those are more often triggerable by skiers and snowmobilers and snowboarders," said Jamieson.
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  7. unliberated
    • 2009 March 10, “DVD REVIEWS”, Toronto Star:
      He astutely uses documentary footage to remind viewers of how unliberated the 1970s really were.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. baaaccck
  2. tisk *
    • 2009 March 10, “Pros and cons of police pugilists”, Toronto Star:
      However, I don't condone them fighting amongst themselves and hurting their own (tisk, tisk), so some punishment must be handed down for their childish actions.
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  3. yur
    • 2009 March 10, Rosie DiManno, “Murder reduced to infantile online postings”, Toronto Star:
      Then, in a staggering display of empathy for the deceased lacking, this friend segues to the narcissist nub of the matter: "Omg wat if yu get arrested b4 yur bdai."
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