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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-31 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-31).

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2009-03-31[edit]

  1. archilaud
    • 2009 March 31, Greg Quill, “DVD Pick of the week: Leonard Cohen”, Toronto Star:
      At several points, he crouches like a supplicant before them mid-song, then bounces back to centre stage, wallowing in the euphoric effects of the music that surrounds him, a veritable symphony made up of austere Middle European folk forms blended with the Mediterranean warmth and gypsy soul of multi-instrumentalist Javier Mas' banduria, laud, archilaud and 12-string guitar; the jazz improvisations of wind-instrument virtuoso Dino Soldo; the funky R&B and romantic pedal steel licks of venerable guitarist Bob Metzger; the silky weave of backing voices provided by long-time collaborator Sharon Robinson; and more.
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  2. artmaking
    • 2009 March 31, “Big-box blight a symbol of failed culture”, Toronto Star:
      Whatever symbolic or artistic merits foolish theorists and artists might see in big boxes, their chief characteristic is the rejection of all culture and indeed of the whole Western tradition of artmaking as the slow, difficult, expensive crafting of symbols of beauty and excellence.
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  3. banduria
    • 2009 March 31, Greg Quill, “DVD Pick of the week: Leonard Cohen”, Toronto Star:
      At several points, he crouches like a supplicant before them mid-song, then bounces back to centre stage, wallowing in the euphoric effects of the music that surrounds him, a veritable symphony made up of austere Middle European folk forms blended with the Mediterranean warmth and gypsy soul of multi-instrumentalist Javier Mas' banduria, laud, archilaud and 12-string guitar; the jazz improvisations of wind-instrument virtuoso Dino Soldo; the funky R&B and romantic pedal steel licks of venerable guitarist Bob Metzger; the silky weave of backing voices provided by long-time collaborator Sharon Robinson; and more.
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  4. conservers
    • 2009 March 31, Katie Gillmor Ellis, “Feel the light”, Toronto Star:
      I was part of an vast, international cohort of electricity conservers.
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  5. cyberspies
    • 2009 March 31, Cathal Kelly, “Cyberspies' code a click away”, Toronto Star:
      Then they made it available to anyone on the Internet, including cyberspies and high-tech gangs who can use it to take control of your PC. Once the Ghost Rat is fully operational – and you probably won't even notice that it is – it can pull data off your system, turn on and operate your camera or even record audio.
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  6. deadstock
    • 2009 March 31, Tanya Talaga, “Maverick MPP joins PC leadership race”, Toronto Star:
      Last week, Hillier joined a press conference of farmers protesting the end of a program to remove deadstock from rural farms.
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  7. discofied
    • 2009 March 31, Greg Quill, “DVD Pick of the week: Leonard Cohen”, Toronto Star:
      The ungainly, discofied arrangement of "First We Take Manhattan" notwithstanding, Leonard Cohen: Live In London – a one-hour edit airs tomorrow night at 8 on CBC-TV – is a timeless and priceless portrait of the artist as an older man, and better than ever.
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  8. finning
    • 2009 March 31, Cheong Kah Shin, “Shark fin loses taste with Asians”, Toronto Star:
      Conservationists also decry "finning," whereby the fins are cut off and the live shark is tossed back into the sea.
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