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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-12 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-12).

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63137 tokens ‧ 46426 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7054 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.298%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-03-12[edit]

  1. adventurist
    • 2009 March 12, “TV travel”, Toronto Star:
      The episode finds Kevin Cullen in the Lake Myvatn region of Iceland, a remote area with striking volcanic landscapes which the motor adventurist tours by snowmobile.
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  2. demisemiseptcentennial
    • 2009 March 12, “Make that 185 reasons we love Toronto”, Toronto Star:
      Last Thursday's cover story – in honour of this city's demisemiseptcentennial birthday – garnered a lot of reaction from readers.
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  3. eggbird
    • 2009 March 12, Vinay Menon, “This is your adult brain on Baby TV”, Toronto Star:
      One of them just winked a googly eye at me and transmitted a telepathic message: "I am the eggbird.
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  4. eggbirds
  5. flatscreen
  6. greenproofer
  7. impressionistically
    • 2009 March 12, Peter Goddard, “Art that comes with a roadmap”, Toronto Star:
      In "Tai Nan Street," photographer Virginia Mak impressionistically revisits her old neighbourhood in Hong Kong.
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  8. microsleep
  9. paniolo
    • 2009 March 12, Jim Byers, “Rhythm of the islands”, Toronto Star:
      As he warms up to play a song about a Hawaiian cowboy, he tells listeners that the man was a legendary paniolo and cattle rustler but also was a lawyer, "which was handy because he could defend himself in court for free."
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  10. psychoeducational
    • 2009 March 12, “More voices on 'Testing 1 2 3' series”, Toronto Star:
      The article concluding the story of Josh's psychoeducational assessment states that universities provide accommodations for students with disabilities.
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  11. rainheads
    • 2009 March 12, Vinay Menon, “This is your adult brain on Baby TV”, Toronto Star:
      The other day, as I browsed inside a bathroom emporium at Dufferin and Lawrence, scrutinizing a shiny array of chrome rainheads, I overheard a man hit rock bottom.
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  12. shungk
    • 2009 March 12, Jim Byers, “Rhythm of the islands”, Toronto Star:
      He would row his boat, then he’d throw his nets so you’d hear that sound - shungk - as the net hits the water and goes down.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. huli
    • 2009 March 12, Jim Byers, “Rhythm of the islands”, Toronto Star:
      If you had huli stomach, she would massage your stomach with olive oil for maybe a couple of hours and you’d feel much better.
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