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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-29 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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51969 tokens ‧ 37163 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6147 types ‧ 8 (~ 0.13%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-04-29[edit]

  1. ahuacatl *
    • 2009 April 29, Susan Sampson, “Guacamole”, Toronto Star:
      The name is derived from the Aztec word ahuacatl, meaning avocado or testicle (a reference to the fruit's suggestive shape), and the word molli, meaning sauce.
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  2. dahling
  3. handwipes
    • 2009 April 29, Toronto Star[1]:
      Then, she prescribed super-strength Cipro tablets as an anti-biotic for serious intestinal distress (as a former foreign correspondent, I've probably taken crates of Cipro) and recommended an antidiarrheal and rehydration salts, as well as handwipes and face masks.
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  4. molli *
    • 2009 April 29, Susan Sampson, “Guacamole”, Toronto Star:
      The name is derived from the Aztec word ahuacatl, meaning avocado or testicle (a reference to the fruit's suggestive shape), and the word molli, meaning sauce.
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  5. nimbyists
    • 2009 April 29, “Porter a rare good news story”, Toronto Star:
      It has overcome the nimbyists and the naysayers to build a successful airline operation.
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  6. peameal
  7. recentlypressed
    • 2009 April 29, Tony Van Alphen, “Won't take stake in Chrysler, CAW says”, Toronto Star:
      Lewenza said Ottawa and Ontario never talked about the issue of equity stakes when they recentlypressed the union for more concessions at Chrysler.
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  8. uberleader
    • 2009 April 29, “100 things that leave us Lost”, Toronto Star:
      Jack : Surgeon, leader of castaways Sawyer : Con man and castaway Locke : Castaway, new leader of islands other inhabitants, the Others Ben : Dharma Initiative member who became leader of Others Kate : Fugitive castaway, love interest of Jack and Sawyer Juliet : Fertility specialist, Other, love interest of Jack and Sawyer Sayid : Castaway, former Iraqi Republican Guard Hurley : Castaway, former mental patient and lottery winner Christian : Jacks dead father Claire : Missing castaway, mother of Aaron, Jacks half-sister Desmond : Shipwreck survivor, later joins castaways Eko : Castaway, now dead Charlie : Rock star castaway, now dead, love interest of Claire Libby : Castaway, now dead, love interest of Hurley Jacob : Unseen uberleader of the Others Richard Alpert : An Other Miles : Part of freighter crew searching for Ben Dr. Pierre Chang : Leader of 70s island inhabitants, the Dharma Initiative Charles Widmore : Former leader of Others, wealthy industrialist, father of Penny Shannon : Castaway, now dead, love interest of Sayid Boone : Castaway, now dead, Shannons stepbrother Walt : Child castaway Daniel Faraday : Physicist who came to island on the freighter Eloise Hawking : Time travel expert, mother of Daniel Penny : Love interest of Desmond, daughter of Widmore Sun : Castaway, daughter of Korean tycoon Jin : Castaway, husband of Sun Radzinsky : Dharma Initiative member
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