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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-09 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-22).

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62252 tokens ‧ 45276 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6904 types ‧ 17 (~ 0.246%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-04-09[edit]

  1. analemmatic
  2. applicances
    • 2009 April 9, Tony Van Alphen, “Local maker of fuelling systems shut down”, Toronto Star:
      American Honda Motor Co. Inc. confirmed yesterday it had gained an Ontario court order for appointment of a receiver for FuelMaker Corp., one of the world's few producers of small- to mid-range refuelling applicances for natural gas vehicles.
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  3. biblique
    • 2009 April 9, Oakland Ross, “Dead Sea Scrolls stir desert storm at ROM”, Toronto Star:
      Beginning in 1947, and for nearly a decade, experts from the Rockefeller Museum in East Jerusalem, the Jordanian Department of Antiquities, and the cole biblique et archologique franaise excavated the caves and salvaged the scrolls, only a few of which were found whole.
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  4. bowtied
    • 2009 April 9, Garnet Fraser, “Advice to young comics: Keep it clean”, Toronto Star:
      His underplayed, deadpan stage persona is adaptable to lots of work; you may recall his bowtied '90s self intoning on TV the superiority of standup to sex ("Last night I had a sex dream that was so vivid I woke up and my wallet was gone"), but he's done everything from books of poetry to creating a CBC radio show to appearances on the Mothercorp's regrettable '80s sitcom Hangin' In.
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  5. bruisings
    • 2009 April 9, Rosie DiManno, “Primeau donating damaged brain to science”, Toronto Star:
      Even when the post-concussion symptoms became severe, cranial bruisings piling up, Primeau was loath to sideline himself. "
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  6. cameoes
    • 2009 April 9, Kenyon Wallace, “Where is that Google car?”, Toronto Star:
      Waldo" has since made Street View cameoes in France, Italy and Spain.
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  7. destemming
    • 2009 April 9, Joan Scobey, “Rioja grande”, Toronto Star:
      Frequent tours take you through buildings dating to 1858, when the Marques de Riscal founded the bodega, the first in Rioja to make wines following the Bordeaux method of mashing and destemming grapes.
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  8. nurples
    • 2009 April 9, Vinay Menon, “According to my last tweet, I'm focused”, Toronto Star:
      I'm definitely sharing a story about how I recently connected with an old classmate who claims to have no memory of the purple nurples he cruelly administered in Grade 10.
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  9. poutines
  10. scissorhands
    • 2009 April 9, Malena Harbers, “Get your $800 hairstyle for $11.99”, Toronto Star:
      So it's no wonder they're demanding almost a week's salary in some cases for a one-time session in their scissorhands.
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  11. sidesplittingly
    • 2009 April 9, Robert Crew, “Judas is a deserving sellout”, Toronto Star:
      It's a pleasure to see playwright/director Panych in one of his rare stage appearances; one particular exchange between him and Matamoros is sidesplittingly hilarious.
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  12. systemization
    • 2009 April 9, Peter Goddard, “The ghost of Warhol looms large”, Toronto Star:
      Arcangel and Mugaas believe art as described on YouTube which they'll sample among other sites live via some 300 internet links entirely undermines "the control systems that normally govern the systemization of art."
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  13. tempranillo
    • 2009 April 9, Joan Scobey, “Rioja grande”, Toronto Star:
      Drive down the straight, red dirt road through flat acres of tempranillo vines to the low-lying building of cedar strips with its undulating aluminum roof and one tall wave erupting in the middle.
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  14. travailleurs *
    • 2009 April 9, Andrew Chung, “Taxmen accused of audit fraud”, Toronto Star:
      And Accurso himself has been under fire for his close friendships with major figures at city hall and Quebec's largest union, the Fdration des travailleurs et travailleuses du Qubec.
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  15. travailleuses *
    • 2009 April 9, Andrew Chung, “Taxmen accused of audit fraud”, Toronto Star:
      And Accurso himself has been under fire for his close friendships with major figures at city hall and Quebec's largest union, the Fdration des travailleurs et travailleuses du Qubec.
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  16. typcially
    • 2009 April 9, Garnet Fraser, “Advice to young comics: Keep it clean”, Toronto Star:
      Not that Wing is averse to smutty material; asked to name his favourites, he cites Brent Butt, yes, but also Sarah Silverman, especially a typcially filthy bit ending with the line "`My God, I'm turning into my mother!'
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  17. unwieldly
    • 2009 April 9, Robert Crew, “Judas is a deserving sellout”, Toronto Star:
      It's an unwieldly monster of a play it would be so much better minus about 30 minutes and the second half lags a little, but Ferry makes imaginative use of lighting and moves the action swiftly and decisively around the cavernous Fermenting Cellar.
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