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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-07 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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61372 tokens ‧ 44955 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 7037 types ‧ 17 (~ 0.242%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-05-07[edit]

  1. astro *
    • 2009 May 7, Peter Howell, “Star Trek: A treat”, Toronto Star:
      The script, by Transformers scribes Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, is larded with constant time travel (I lost track of the dates), planet-sucking black holes (caused by a scarlet goo risibly called "red matter"), weird grudges that seem to last millennia and other astro inanity.
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  2. downtuned
    • 2009 May 7, Ben Rayner, “Thunderous Mastodon almost too much for Opera House”, Toronto Star:
      For all the feats of awe-inspiring technical wizardry these four incredibly gifted musicians guitarist/vocalist Brett Hinds, bassist/vocalist Troy Sanders, guitarist Bill Kelliher and superhuman drummer Brann Dailor display in the run of the average tune, the most satisfying moments in a Mastodon show might well be when all that fancy fretwork periodically converges into a single, ungodly, downtuned mega-chord that must surely be audible in the depths of hell.
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  3. enforceability
  4. grimes
    • 2009 May 7, Betsy Powell, “Accused killer 'wanted me dead,' ex-friend testifies”, Toronto Star:
      In local parlance they "chopped," meaning they dealt drugs and committed "grimes" or robberies, along with more benign activities such as smoking pot and chilling with friends.
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  5. iittala
    • 2009 May 7, Kitty McKinsey, “Finland's capital a fascinating place”, Toronto Star:
      Also in the area are leading Finnish design brands like iittala for glass, kitchenware and tableware; Marimekko for fashion and soft goods, Kalevala for jewellery, and Artek for fashion and soft goods.
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  6. inhabitated
    • 2009 May 7, Cece Scott, “Ghosts of the desert”, Toronto Star:
      Humans have inhabitated the area for 12,000 years.
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  7. initally
    • 2009 May 7, Tony Van Alphen, “Magna braces for more pain”, Toronto Star:
      That project is expected to initally employ about 300 workers but eventually climb to as many as 4,000, Stronach said.
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  8. mandals
  9. manhoods
    • 2009 May 7, Vinay Menon, “Sir, your (fashion) slip is showing”, Toronto Star:
      And let's not forget the "push-up pants," a product that arrived last month with the promise to "make the most of modest manhoods."
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  10. manlettos
  11. manscara
  12. mantyhose
    • 2009 May 7, Vinay Menon, “Sir, your (fashion) slip is showing”, Toronto Star:
      Soon we were getting blitzed by stories about exotic headwear and mantyhose when, not that long ago, we were ridiculed as slobs in tattered baseball caps and mismatched socks.
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  13. manziere
  14. starchitecture
    • 2009 May 7, Christopher Hume, “Surreal things where you least expect them”, Toronto Star:
      Still, it would be wrong to overlook the spate of starchitecture projects that at least make a nod in the direction of surrealism.
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  15. sunbelt
    • 2009 May 7, “For a second NHL team”, Toronto Star:
      Partly this is hubris; Bettman and the league don't want to admit they were wrong when they moved teams to the U.S. sunbelt in the 1990s.
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  16. topicalities
    • 2009 May 7, Ashante Infantry, “Island flavour fills seats in the suburbs”, Toronto Star:
      "We definitely adjust the topicalities that may not resonate with people living outside of Jamaica," said the play's writer/co-director Patrick Brown by phone from the island.
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  17. weh *

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