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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-26 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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47785 tokens ‧ 34802 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6002 types ‧ 12 (~ 0.2%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-05-26[edit]

  1. emerg
    • 2009 May 26, Toronto Star[1]:
      "Rather than going to emerg and getting admitted and having the condition over a period of time, we understand that the event happened fairly quickly.
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  2. guttersniping
    • 2009 May 26, Vinay Menon, “Politicians: Stop messing with us”, Toronto Star:
      That is, if and when an election is called, "common purpose" is sure to be infected by unprotected grandstanding, posturing, guttersniping, sabre-rattling, bickering and name calling from all involved.
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  3. hardnosed
    • 2009 May 26, Damien Cox, “Penguins rebuilt to challenge for Cup”, Toronto Star:
      If you compare Malone, Hall, Roberts, Ruutu and Laraque to Guerin, Kunitz, Cooke and Adams, it's not hard to reach a conclusion that the Pens replaced the hardnosed veteran players they lost with more well-rounded and faster veterans.
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  4. lampricide
    • 2009 May 26, Emily Mathieu, “Newest pest can cut you”, Toronto Star:
      The toothy creatures, up to 3 feet long, ravaged Great Lakes fisheries in the 1950s, before "lampricide" programs slashed their numbers.
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  5. misfirings
  6. monterey
    • 2009 May 26, Susan Sampson, “Baja frittata”, Toronto Star:
      1/4 lb (120 g) monterey jack cheese, shredded (about 1-1/2 cups)
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  7. oilsands
    • 2009 May 26, “Mega Kearl oilsands project gets rare approval to proceed”, Toronto Star:
      Imperial Oil Ltd. said yesterday it would go ahead with its $8 billion Kearl oilsands project, the first major new development to be approved in the region of northern Alberta since the recession forced a spate of cancellations.
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  8. peatlands
    • 2009 May 26, “For balance in the north”, Toronto Star:
      The forest, peatlands and wetlands which absorb carbon dioxide are globally significant players in the fight against climate change.
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  9. streetproofed
    • 2009 May 26, Peter Edwards, Toronto Star[2]:
      For her part, Holly Jones' mother said Holly was streetproofed, but even that wasn't enough.
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  10. streetproofing
    • 2009 May 26, Peter Edwards, Toronto Star[3]:
      Parrott says she'd like parents to make streetproofing an ongoing dialogue "but not in a fearful way."
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  11. thre
  12. ulu *
    • 2009 May 26, Alex Panetta, “Governor General has a heart - raw seal that is”, Toronto Star:
      Hundreds of Inuit at a community festival gathered around as Jean knelt above a pair of carcasses and used a traditional ulu blade to slice the meat off the skin.
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