User:Visviva/Toronto Star 20090430

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Jump to: navigation, search
← Previous (2009-04-29) Words harvested from the Toronto Star, 2009-04-30
  • List status: uncleaned
→ Next (2009-05-01)

This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-30 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-22).

[ see all Toronto Star pages ] - [ see all tracking lists ] - [ This day's: GuardianNew York TimesHerald Sun ]

57951 tokens ‧ 42279 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7142 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.294%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-04-30[edit]

  1. benjamina
    • 2009 April 30, Richard Ouzounian, “Conflicted pair shines again”, Toronto Star:
      There's no set, just a few quirky props a tent, a ficus benjamina, a pair of ukuleles and the impeccable lighting of Kimberly Purtell, which can tell a whole life story with a single cue.
      add
  2. bouffon *
    • 2009 April 30, Susan Walker, “Dancers make emotions turn physical”, Toronto Star:
      The Winnipeg-born dancer took lessons in clown and bouffon at the studio of Philippe Gaulier in Paris.
      add
  3. cultureless
    • 2009 April 30, Hayden King, “Book recycles paternalistic native stereotypes”, Toronto Star:
      To demonstrate a cultureless success story, the authors point to Grandview/Uuquinak'uuh Elementary in Vancouver, where the school succeeds "not by instituting `culturally sensitive' programs, but through a focus on literacy, academics and objective assessments."
      add
  4. eligibles
    • 2009 April 30, “Wag it: Love me, love my dog”, Toronto Star:
      Dating moves on to PuppyLove this Saturday as FastLife sets up eligibles and their canines for a speed-dating walk on Centre Island.
      add
  5. emily
  6. fac *
    • 2009 April 30, “JOURNEYS OF DISCOVERY”, Toronto Star:
      Body farms at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville (http://web.utk.edu/~fac) ; Texas State University-San Marcos ( www.txstate.edu/anthropology/facts ); and Western Carolina University in Cullowhee ( www.wcu.edu/293.asp ), where you can learn CSI-style crime-sleuthing and forensic-anthropology skills.
      add
  7. fishwheel
    • 2009 April 30, Hayden King, “Book recycles paternalistic native stereotypes”, Toronto Star:
      However, those who have actually investigated TEK can attest to examples among the Haudenosaunee in obstetrics/midwifery, the Menominee in forestry operations (they are the world's only 100 per cent sustainable loggers), the Nisga'a in resource management with fishwheel technology, and so on.
      add
  8. gether
    • 2009 April 30, Richard Ouzounian, “Conflicted pair shines again”, Toronto Star:
      You're the one in my only, the two in my gether, and if there's such a thing, you're the four in my ever ..."
      add
  9. internationale *
    • 2009 April 30, Khalid Abdel Aziz, “Kidnappers release Canadian aid worker, Sudan says”, Toronto Star:
      Earlier, one of the kidnappers told Reuters the workers from women's aid group Aide mdicale internationale (AMI) had been handed over to a tribal leader in Darfur.
      add
  10. lumberjacking
    • 2009 April 30, Peter Howell, “X-Men Origins: Wolverine: A hairy, Canuck Obama?”, Toronto Star:
      There's more Logan's six-year sojourn lumberjacking in the Canadian woods matches Obama's six years in the Illinois Senate but let's cut to the chase and say that there are a lot of chases in Wolverine, all of them digitally tarted up to the wazoo and making no sense whatever for people not suffering from ADD. One minute Wolvie is "indestructible," the next he's being flattened by obese wrestlers, rolling logs and crumbling nuclear plants.
      add
  11. mathieu
  12. nispero *
    • 2009 April 30, Reb Stevenson, “San Juan sanctuary stands in state of grace”, Toronto Star:
      Drenched in hanging plants, surrounded by cloisters and dominated by a 350-year-old nispero tree, the courtyard is a tourist attraction unto itself.
      add
  13. overdirected
  14. ptero
    • 2009 April 30, Katherine Barber, “Spelling gone ptoo far”, Toronto Star:
      In the late 1600s, someone stuck a "p" at the beginning, thinking (wrongly) the word was derived from the Greek ptero (meaning "feather" or "wing").
      add
  15. redepemptions
    • 2009 April 30, James Daw, “Madoff victims better off in the U.S.”, Toronto Star:
      He merely put their money in bank accounts, then used it to pay redepemptions and thus create the illusion he ran an investment firm that paid high, stable returns.
      add
  16. regmaglypts
  17. rummelier
  18. stancu
  19. sweatpant
    • 2009 April 30, Derick Chetty, “Are jeans dead?”, Toronto Star:
      "One customer referred to them as a fashion sweatpant," she says.
      add
  20. unsurrendered
    • 2009 April 30, Hayden King, “Book recycles paternalistic native stereotypes”, Toronto Star:
      In their Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry: The Deception Behind Indigenous Cultural Preservation, Howard and Widdowson assert that a conspiratorial "aboriginal industry" has duped native peoples into pursuing unsurrendered lands, achieving a semblance of self-determination and revitalizing their cultures.
      add
  21. workwear
    • 2009 April 30, Derick Chetty, “Are jeans dead?”, Toronto Star:
      Levi Strauss would chuckle at the excess of pants he originally intended as tough workwear for men during the California Gold Rush.
      add

Sequestered[edit]