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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-05-30 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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2009-05-30[edit]

  1. aluminums
    • 2009 May 30, Ellen Moorhouse, “Where old computers go to die”, Toronto Star:
      "We then segregate out all of the plastics, the aluminums, the fines (tiny pieces of plastic and copper), the steel and so on, and then send them to our downstream vendors."
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  2. barbera *
    • 2009 May 30, Gord Stimmell, “It's what's in the bottle - not on it - that counts”, Toronto Star:
      Italy's Renato Ratti Barbera D'Alba is powerful, and bear in mind that barbera grapes, with their lively natural acidity, glove perfectly with tomato sauced dishes as well as grilled meat.
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  3. batterymate
    • 2009 May 30, David Ginsburg, “Scott stays hot as O's tame Tigers”, Toronto Star:
      Most of the 42,704 fans left the stadium talking about Luke Scott and Wieters' batterymate, Brad Bergesen.
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  4. caulkings
    • 2009 May 30, Steve Maxwell, “Don't be stingy when it comes to caulking”, Toronto Star:
      This amounts to a total percentage change in joint width approaching 100 per cent way beyond what even the best caulkings can handle.
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  5. cheaping
    • 2009 May 30, Ben Rayner, “Neil Young Archives: One box set. Eight hours. And lots of beer”, Toronto Star:
      Got a full stomach, seven cans of Warsteiner in the fridge, a fresh pack of smokes and the Detroit/Chicago game on the TV to compensate for the visual stimulation I sacrificed by cheaping out and buying the bare-bones CD Archives package rather than the DVD or Blu-ray versions with all the multimedia add-ons.
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  6. conductorial
    • 2009 May 30, William Littler, “Orchestra shines out of the Rust Belt”, Toronto Star:
      It is also fortunate in its conductorial tradition, with Fritz Reiner, William Steinberg, Andre Previn and Lorin Maazel among its previous music directors.
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  7. couchful
    • 2009 May 30, Darren Zenko, “Old school charm will knock you out”, Toronto Star:
      Despite the stereotype of the lone basement-bound nerd, video games are quite a social pursuit; a role-playing or adventure game might be fine for solo play, but a skill/reflex challenge like Punch-Out!! seems a bit empty without a couchful of spectator/competitors cheering/jeering at your side.
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  8. drabware
    • 2009 May 30, John Sewell, “Ranchers will saddle up this table”, Toronto Star:
      This particular pitcher is categorized as drabware because of the putty-coloured clay used to make it.
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  9. dumpsites
    • 2009 May 30, Moira Welsh, “Long fight over Midland-area dump promises tense, hot summer”, Toronto Star:
      Ogden says the protesters have given up on the Ministry of the Environment, which has backed the project for years despite questions about potential for leachate in the water, whether there is a need for a new dump in a province that is leading a charge toward zero waste and why the county's two dormant dumpsites are not being used instead.
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  10. eaty
  11. episodics
    • 2009 May 30, Rita Zekas, “A little shopping, not on the Prairie”, Toronto Star:
      "I did Sophisticated Ladies, Tommy, commercials and TV episodics and then this came along: a Nigerian Islamic caf owner.
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  12. floorplans
  13. gaylord
    • 2009 May 30, Ellen Moorhouse, “Where old computers go to die”, Toronto Star:
      They come sorted according to type, in large cardboard gaylord boxes (you'll see pumpkins in these containers at supermarkets) or shrink-wrapped on a pallet.
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  14. greenspace
    • 2009 May 30, Alex Newman, “Affordable site has parks, marina, transit close by”, Toronto Star:
      Perched at the edge of greenspace shouldering Lake Ontario in south Whitby, and steps away from the Whitby Harbour and its marina, Senator Homes' Harbourside promises homebuyers a slice of natural paradise.
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  15. hodge
    • 2009 May 30, Christopher Hume, “Condo Critic: Industrial Carlaw evolving into residential neighbourhood”, Toronto Star:
      - Neglected district shows great potential - Bloor certainly one of the best streets - Complex has the right height and heft for location - Residential revival has mixed results - 'A ghastly mix of confused intentions' - Well situated street is a hodge podge - Mt. Pleasant bridges mythical divide - Boom adds housing to urban byways - Throughfare thoroughly suburban - Jarvis St. ready for its second closeup - Pedestrians take back seat to cars here - Re-imagining Scarborough - Corner represents past and future - River cries for development - An exercise in built chaos - Treating the past with respect - New and old clash on Richmond - Where east never meets west
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  16. kasbah
  17. lipsticking
    • 2009 May 30, Dave Feschuk, “Swanky Copps looks eerily familiar”, Toronto Star:
      Exactly who would pay for this lipsticking of Hamilton's 24-year-old barn isn't clear, but Balsillie, who has said he will fork over some of his personal stash for "short-term" improvements, is essentially asking taxpayers to foot the bill for the big-ticket overhaul.
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  18. liquoristes
    • 2009 May 30, Josephine Matyas, “Quebec artisans exhibit superb sense of savoir `fare'”, Toronto Star:
      Cassis Monna & Filles (father and two daughters) are fifth-generation liquoristes with roots in southern France; trailblazers choosing to "keep production small so we can keep an eye on quality."
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  19. museumed
  20. paillasson
    • 2009 May 30, Josephine Matyas, “Quebec artisans exhibit superb sense of savoir `fare'”, Toronto Star:
      Auberge Le Canard Hupp on le d'Orlans is overseen by chef and innkeeper Philip Rae, who has a passion for using unusual ingredients such as buckthorn berries and the local le paillasson cheese (famed for browning).
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  21. pedallers
    • 2009 May 30, Toronto Star[1]:
      All helmeted and pumped-up, dedicated pedallers raced through the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood in the second annual Toronto Criterium yesterday, one of four major cycling events in the province this weekend.
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  22. petasonis
    • 2009 May 30, “Inuit need no lectures from PETA”, Toronto Star:
      The Inuit have lived in harmony with nature in the world's harshest climate for centuries and need no lectures from homo urbanus petasonis (with apologies to any real Latin scholars).
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  23. podge
    • 2009 May 30, Christopher Hume, “Condo Critic: Industrial Carlaw evolving into residential neighbourhood”, Toronto Star:
      - Neglected district shows great potential - Bloor certainly one of the best streets - Complex has the right height and heft for location - Residential revival has mixed results - 'A ghastly mix of confused intentions' - Well situated street is a hodge podge - Mt. Pleasant bridges mythical divide - Boom adds housing to urban byways - Throughfare thoroughly suburban - Jarvis St. ready for its second closeup - Pedestrians take back seat to cars here - Re-imagining Scarborough - Corner represents past and future - River cries for development - An exercise in built chaos - Treating the past with respect - New and old clash on Richmond - Where east never meets west
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  24. psychedelicized
  25. retractably
    • 2009 May 30, Garth Woolsey, “Toronto's dome turns 20”, Toronto Star:
      Robbie and Allen patented their roof design and the four MLB stadiums that are currently retractably domed do not come close to duplicating their ideas.
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  26. sexcapades
    • 2009 May 30, Susan Pigg, “Neighbours as nightmares”, Toronto Star:
      Rottenneighbor.com even features video from long-suffering neighbours, such as the screeching soundtrack of one woman's nightly sexcapades or the video clips of a man who drives his riding mower in circles for hours on end.
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  27. soupiness
  28. tuffeted
    • 2009 May 30, Rita Zekas, “Pepto Bismol required”, Toronto Star:
      There was a white faux satin, wildly tuffeted hump-back sofa.
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  29. unadmitted
  30. urbanus *
    • 2009 May 30, “Inuit need no lectures from PETA”, Toronto Star:
      The Inuit have lived in harmony with nature in the world's harshest climate for centuries and need no lectures from homo urbanus petasonis (with apologies to any real Latin scholars).
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  31. wrappage
    • 2009 May 30, David Livingstone, “A heart beats inside that wardrobe”, Toronto Star:
      Reminiscent of Thomas Carlyle, the Victorian essayist who once described cloth as what the "Soul wears as its outmost wrappage," she dignifies dress as the material manifestation of hopes and fears.
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