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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-25 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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92047 tokens ‧ 69110 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9378 types ‧ 34 (~ 0.363%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-04-25[edit]

  1. aerieloft
    • 2009 April 25, Raveena Aulakh, “Eco-bunkie lets you climb into a greener existence”, Toronto Star:
      Liefhebber, an architect at Breathe Architects in Toronto, said young graduates from the Ontario College of Art and Design where he teaches part-time helped create the aerieloft.
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  2. appletinis
    • 2009 April 25, Colin, “Colin and Justin take a south Florida fling”, Toronto Star:
      An arrestingly handsome waiter who might easily have been plucked from the cover of GQ pours two perfect appletinis and our stresses immediately subside.
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  3. artgalleryof
    • 2009 April 25, “On the agenda”, Toronto Star:
      Information: artgalleryof hamilton.com, 905-527-6610, ext. 255
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  4. badassery
    • 2009 April 25, Darren Zenko, “Ninja game can't even be called clich”, Toronto Star:
      Mainstream video games (and comics and films, too) largely exist to deliver a vicarious experience of badassery to schlubby nerds.
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  5. boul
    • 2009 April 25, JEFFREY SIMPSON, “Mysteries of Mali”, Toronto Star:
      YEDOUMA, Mali The thump of the drums vibrated in my chest as I clambered to the top of a boul er and waited for the approaching parade.
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  6. brethrens
    • 2009 April 25, Dave Feschuk, “Teams should let fans in stadium see whole picture”, Toronto Star:
      There's only so much Beeston can do, of course, because Major League Baseball, along with their brethrens in progressive thinking at the National Hockey League, essentially ban the in-venue replaying of any play that's remotely controversial.
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  7. bridesman
    • 2009 April 25, Jennifer Wilson-Speedy, “A marriage made in ... Halifax?”, Toronto Star:
      Tyler, a close male friend who I'd grown up with, stood as "bridesman" while my lone female bridesmaid Kate, our university roommate, rounded out my side of the wedding party.
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  8. cinematics
  9. downtowners
  10. exquis *
  11. fratboy
  12. hodge
    • 2009 April 25, Christopher Hume, “CONDO CRITIC: 'A ghastly mix of confused intentions'”, Toronto Star:
      - Well situated street is a hodge podge - Mt. Pleasant bridges mythical divide - Boom adds housing to urban byways - Throughfare thoroughly suburban - Jarvis St. ready for its second closeup - Pedestrians take back seat to cars here - Re-imagining Scarborough - Corner represents past and future - River cries for development - An exercise in built chaos - Treating the past with respect - New and old clash on Richmond - Where east never meets west
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  13. kasbah
  14. lefthander
    • 2009 April 25, Dave Feschuk, “Teams should let fans in stadium see whole picture”, Toronto Star:
      Brian Tallet, Toronto's starting lefthander, was surrounded by a group of concerned-looking club employees, all of whom seemed to be fixated on Tallet's pitching hand, which the hurler was shaking in apparent pain.
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  15. libbing
  16. makeout
    • 2009 April 25, Jessica Valenti, “How 'virginity' is a dangerous idea”, Toronto Star:
      Consider the implications virginity has on the high school girl who is cruelly labelled a slut after an innocuous makeout session; the woman from a background so religiously conservative that she opts to have her hymen surgically reattached rather than suffer the consequences of a non-bloody bedsheet on her wedding night; or the rape survivor who's dismissed or even faulted because she dared to have past consensual sexual encounters.
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  17. marketism
    • 2009 April 25, “Small effort can spur big change”, Toronto Star:
      These ideologies tend to be right-wing ideologies like laissez-faire free marketism, and free market conservatism.
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  18. nominess
  19. osteospermum
    • 2009 April 25, Ellen Moorhouse, “TRASH TALK: Don't chuck it, use it”, Toronto Star:
      Her flourishing plants include osteospermum (also known as African daisies), zonal geraniums, pansies, blue fescue ornamental grass, pink pampas grass and coleus, among others.
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  20. ouncil
  21. podge
    • 2009 April 25, Christopher Hume, “CONDO CRITIC: 'A ghastly mix of confused intentions'”, Toronto Star:
      - Well situated street is a hodge podge - Mt. Pleasant bridges mythical divide - Boom adds housing to urban byways - Throughfare thoroughly suburban - Jarvis St. ready for its second closeup - Pedestrians take back seat to cars here - Re-imagining Scarborough - Corner represents past and future - River cries for development - An exercise in built chaos - Treating the past with respect - New and old clash on Richmond - Where east never meets west
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  22. poron *
    • 2009 April 25, Rita Zekas, “Forget the money, show me the shoes”, Toronto Star:
      The all-day heels feature arch supports, poron (a cushioning apparently developed by NASA for the space shuttle), rubber compounds and heel cushioning.
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  23. quantifiably
    • 2009 April 25, Corey Mintz, “MoRoCo Chocolat a place for ladies who lunch”, Toronto Star:
      Falling into childish stereotypes, Laura and I get competitive with our marshmallow toasting, as if mom or dad or NASA will take notice of our quantifiably perfect browning.
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  24. ragtop
  25. recessionista
  26. refounded
  27. rhymefest
    • 2009 April 25, John Sakamoto, “The Anti-Hit List”, Toronto Star:
      "Released" via Twitter, this summery, top-down rhymefest is the clear highlight of the first of two EPs to be unveiled on that social-networking phenomenon.
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  28. sewa
    • 2009 April 25, JEFFREY SIMPSON, “Mysteries of Mali”, Toronto Star:
      Throughout the entire exchange the word ``sewa, meaning ``fine, would be repeated over and over.
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  29. supersoft
  30. tippy
    • 2009 April 25, Bill Taylor, “$1.5 million = A room with a view”, Toronto Star:
      Shades of Eloise, the heroine of Kay Thompson's children's books, who lived with her nanny in a room "on the tippy top floor" of the Plaza in New York and turned the hotel into her own playground.
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  31. toguna
    • 2009 April 25, JEFFREY SIMPSON, “Mysteries of Mali”, Toronto Star:
      Another common one was a toguna, a meeting room for men with a low roof to prevent anyone from standing upright; the thinking here was that any potential fighting would be avoided if discussions got intense.
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  32. tudents
    • 2009 April 25, Andrea Gordon, “Why did Matthew miss 39 days of school?”, Toronto Star:
      Across Ontario, in 2006-07, students formally identified with special ed needs represented 9 per cent of the student population but accounted for 21 per cent of tudents who were suspended and 22 per cent of those expelled
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  33. videoboards
    • 2009 April 25, Dave Feschuk, “Teams should let fans in stadium see whole picture”, Toronto Star:
      This corner is sympathetic to the plight of umpires and referees who would rather not be booed by fans enjoying slow-motion-assisted hindsight and Beeston said baseball's umpires have been influential in shaping a replay policy that hasn't changed much since the first low-resolution videoboards appeared in the 1970s but it's unacceptable that the paying enthusiast can't get basic information that's served gratis to the TV-watching masses.
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  34. waferish

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