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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-09 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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47888 tokens ‧ 34838 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6072 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.264%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-06-09[edit]

  1. bizcochos
  2. clame *
  3. dancemaking
    • 2009 June 9, Susan Walker, “Pite spins across continents”, Toronto Star:
      She can now look back calmly on 24 months of dancemaking and performing in North America, the Middle East and Europe two years of living dangerously, if rewardingly. "
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  4. derly
    • 2009 June 9, Betsy Powell, “Gang lyrics written in jail link suspect to Galloways”, Toronto Star:
      "I take care of two little girls ... jada and shamia I love them derly man these the reson why I am going to stop (shaping) a gram or robbin a man & put down the click click bam because I seen a lot of my mans go from the click click bam."
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  5. galactico
    • 2009 June 9, “Real Madrid lands Kaka with $101 million offer”, Toronto Star:
      Perez has said he intends to revive his "galactico" policy which, as well as Zidane, has attracted star players like David Beckham, Ronaldo and Luis Figo to Madrid.
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  6. geotyping
  7. greenspaces
  8. jada
    • 2009 June 9, Betsy Powell, “Gang lyrics written in jail link suspect to Galloways”, Toronto Star:
      "I take care of two little girls ... jada and shamia I love them derly man these the reson why I am going to stop (shaping) a gram or robbin a man & put down the click click bam because I seen a lot of my mans go from the click click bam."
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  9. mispointed
    • 2009 June 9, Robert Benzie, “eHealth chairman next on hot seat”, Toronto Star:
      "Any finger that points at Dr. Alan Hudson and doesn't conclude he is one of the most accomplished leaders in the health system in 30 years (is) mispointed," he said.
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  10. pingpong *
    • 2009 June 9, “Cowboys won't be playing Pacman”, Toronto Star:
      SCRATCH AND SKINS: The Washington Redskins are a lottery team, albeit one with no pingpong balls to worry about.
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  11. placekicking
    • 2009 June 9, Chris Zelkovich, “Argo kicker doubles as girlfriend's caddy”, Toronto Star:
      Johnson says placekicking is a matter of ``remembering old high school skills," while Medlock says the key to punting is consistency.
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  12. repowering
    • 2009 June 9, “Epcor cuts distributions to save cash, fund acquisitions”, Toronto Star:
      The fund expects to retain about $100 million in cash after the cut, to be used for financing the Southport and Roxboro projects in North Carolina, repowering at the North Island and Oxnard projects in California and the acquisition of the Morris facility in Illinois.
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  13. reson
    • 2009 June 9, Betsy Powell, “Gang lyrics written in jail link suspect to Galloways”, Toronto Star:
      "I take care of two little girls ... jada and shamia I love them derly man these the reson why I am going to stop (shaping) a gram or robbin a man & put down the click click bam because I seen a lot of my mans go from the click click bam."
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  14. shamia
    • 2009 June 9, Betsy Powell, “Gang lyrics written in jail link suspect to Galloways”, Toronto Star:
      "I take care of two little girls ... jada and shamia I love them derly man these the reson why I am going to stop (shaping) a gram or robbin a man & put down the click click bam because I seen a lot of my mans go from the click click bam."
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  15. torro
  16. viewscapes
    • 2009 June 9, Noor Javed, “Sweeping protection sought for Dunlap Observatory”, Toronto Star:
      The Observatory "precinct area, including the various viewscapes, topography and elements found in the recommended cultural heritage landscape, represents an exceptional example of Ontario's culture heritage," the board wrote.
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