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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-05-27 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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48745 tokens ‧ 35531 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6082 types ‧ 14 (~ 0.23%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-05-27[edit]

  1. allos
    • 2009 May 27, Katherine Barber, “The start of a sneeze”, Toronto Star:
      The word "allergy" was coined in 1906 from the Greek word, allos (different) and the end of the word "energy."
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  2. brazenhussy
  3. bundt
    • 2009 May 27, Susan Sampson, “Tangerine sorbet”, Toronto Star:
      Ginger lovers, here's the perfect bundt for you.
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  4. didja
    • 2009 May 27, Antonia Zerbisias, “Y chromosome could be an endangered species”, Toronto Star:
      But fellas, didja know that getting married causes testosterone to drop by about 20 per cent, and having kids makes it dip even more?
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  5. leftback
    • 2009 May 27, Robert Millward, “Clash has all the makings of a classic”, Toronto Star:
      Barcelona, by contrast, is counting the cost of having Brazilian rightback Daniel Alves and French leftback Eric Abidal missing through suspension and Mexican centreback Rafael Marquez out through injury.
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  6. lemonpeel
  7. limepeel
  8. midfields
    • 2009 May 27, Robert Millward, “Clash has all the makings of a classic”, Toronto Star:
      A glance at the two talented strike forces and imaginative midfields on show at Rome's Stadio Olimpico today (TSN, 1:30 p.m.; kickoff at 2:45) gives neutral fans a taste of what could be one of the best-ever finals.
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  9. pluunk
    • 2009 May 27, “Now I climb me up to sleep ...”, Toronto Star:
      At the specialty children's toy store InquisitiveKid, 178 Davenport Rd., owner Peter Emmenegger has recently launched pluunk, a line of Canadian-made single beds and bunk beds designed by the Toronto architect firm UCArchitect.
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  10. relending
    • 2009 May 27, Ellen Roseman, “Protecting your biggest investment”, Toronto Star:
      Check out the IRD. It's based on the amount you're prepaying and an interest rate that equals the difference between your original rate and the rate the lender can charge today when relending the funds for the remaining term of the mortgage.
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  11. rightback
    • 2009 May 27, Robert Millward, “Clash has all the makings of a classic”, Toronto Star:
      Barcelona, by contrast, is counting the cost of having Brazilian rightback Daniel Alves and French leftback Eric Abidal missing through suspension and Mexican centreback Rafael Marquez out through injury.
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  12. squeezings
  13. underlap
    • 2009 May 27, Joe Fiorito, “Help needed: Is anybody listening?”, Toronto Star:
      The second part of the thesis: We have broken down the health-care system into many different parts, and it's hard to make your way around, and in some cases there is either too much overlap many agencies doing the same thing or there is a kind of underlap areas where the various services do not mesh.
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  14. unreceipted

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