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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-19 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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44222 tokens ‧ 32475 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5987 types ‧ 9 (~ 0.15%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-04-19[edit]

  1. fergus
  2. puckhandler
    • 2009 April 19, Kevin McGran, “Bruins bear-ish in Boston”, Toronto Star:
      Even Patrice Bergeron a lightweight best known as a puckhandler had his way Montreal tough guy Josh Gorges in a third-period scuffle.
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  3. reappreciation
    • 2009 April 19, ROB SALEM, “Bob & Doug taking off again”, Toronto Star:
      2002: Strange Brew comes out on DVD and begins to get a reappreciation.
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  4. salmonis
    • 2009 April 19, Peter Calamai, “Telescope: Searching the frontiers of science”, Toronto Star:
      New research reveals that the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) likely journeyed westward through the Arctic Ocean on its host, a venturesome Atlantic salmon.
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  5. trophyless
  6. unsprung
  7. whatevers
    • 2009 April 19, Malene Arpe, “Off the rack: Entertainment”, Toronto Star:
      What he can be, however, is drunk and high and ass-grabby with Russian singers/models/whatevers.
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  8. wittle
    • 2009 April 19, Malene Arpe, “Pop goes the week”, Toronto Star:
      She's already working on her new critiquing criteria under which the contestants will be rated according to "squee!" "favourite unicorn colour" and "wittle squishy-face baby-waby."
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  9. yersinosis
    • 2009 April 19, “Map of the week”, Toronto Star:
      This week, we continue our disease series by mapping the GTA's three most common food-borne diseases: campylobacter enteritis, salmonellosis and yersinosis.
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