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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-28 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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50137 tokens ‧ 36719 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6041 types ‧ 9 (~ 0.149%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-04-28[edit]

  1. ahdri
    • 2009 April 28, Richard Ouzounian, “Premieres to mark 40th season”, Toronto Star:
      Another world premiere from an A-list author is who knew grannie: a dub aria by ahdri zhina mandiela, co-produced by Obsidian Theatre.
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  2. convivia
  3. enanthate
    • 2009 April 28, MARK ZWOLINSKI, “New dirt being dished on Clemens”, Toronto Star:
      McNamee says he suspected the bottles contained cypionate or enanthate straight testosterone.
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  4. mandiela
    • 2009 April 28, Richard Ouzounian, “Premieres to mark 40th season”, Toronto Star:
      Another world premiere from an A-list author is who knew grannie: a dub aria by ahdri zhina mandiela, co-produced by Obsidian Theatre.
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  5. muscovies
  6. muscovy
    • 2009 April 28, M.L. Bream, “Hershey the plucky mystery duck”, Toronto Star:
      Being tasty and lean they're said to have less fat and fewer calories per pound than turkey muscovy is cooked dozens of ways, appearing in recipes from pat to entre platters.
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  7. tamiflu
    • 2009 April 28, Dana Flavelle, “Corporate watch begins on swine flu”, Toronto Star:
      Roche Canada, maker of the antiviral tamiflu, said yesterday it has had more calls than usual about it but is processing orders as usual.
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  8. transborder
    • 2009 April 28, Chris Sorensen, “Island airport expansion to double Porter passengers”, Toronto Star:
      The full facility will include 10 aircraft gates with bridges, United States and Canadian customs facilities and two passenger lounges to accommodate domestic and transborder passengers.
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  9. zhina
    • 2009 April 28, Richard Ouzounian, “Premieres to mark 40th season”, Toronto Star:
      Another world premiere from an A-list author is who knew grannie: a dub aria by ahdri zhina mandiela, co-produced by Obsidian Theatre.
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