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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-20 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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2009-06-20[edit]

  1. akbar
    • 2009 June 20, Nazila Fathi, “Ayatollah warns of 'bloodshed'”, Toronto Star:
      Cries of "Death to the dictator!" and "Allahu akbar" "God is great" rang from rooftops in what's become a nightly ritual of opposition unity.
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  2. archtypical
    • 2009 June 20, ROB SALEM, “The best and worst of medieval times”, Toronto Star:
      All this mythological mucking about is apparently intended to make one of the greatest and most archtypical heroic sagas of all time somehow more "accessible" to the 18-to-34 age demographic.
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  3. componenet
    • 2009 June 20, “More voices on Pascal report”, Toronto Star:
      Consider the development of preschool education as an integral componenet of educational planning in a jurisdioction.
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  4. cottagey
    • 2009 June 20, “Fantastical gardens Through the Garden Gate”, Toronto Star:
      There's an expansive Japanese one, a relentlessly minimalist creation that's all glaring white limestone and uncomfortable-looking chaise lounges, a traditional, English cottagey space rambling down a hill with pleasant shade trees and curving pathways, and a big, show-offy spread dominated by a huge, curtained gazebo.
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  5. cquestions
    • 2009 June 20, “More voices on Pascal report”, Toronto Star:
      And the response by the committee to those cquestions was just as clear, particularly Recommendations 115 and 116.
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  6. educaion
    • 2009 June 20, “More voices on Pascal report”, Toronto Star:
      'Here we go again into the policy sea or swamp,whichever you prefer, of early childhood educaion in Ontario.
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  7. ehealth
  8. fais *
  9. gord *
  10. graphica
    • 2009 June 20, Geoff Pevere, “The Century So Far: Books”, Toronto Star:
      Even though Maus: A Survivor's Tale won Art Spiegelman a special Pulitzer for his anthropomorphic Holocaust fable in 1992, the current decade confirmed the movement of graphica into the publishing mainstream not just as entertainment, but as an effective mass-market vehicle for the treatment of serious subjects.
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  11. hardcores
  12. hodge
    • 2009 June 20, Christopher Hume, “CONDO CRITIC: New Regent Park revitalizing neighbourhood”, Toronto Star:
      - East end evolution more interesting than ever - Aging area shows signs of new urbanism - Industrial Carlaw evolving into residential neighbourhood - 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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  13. huit *
    • 2009 June 20, Bill Taylor, “Where is winter when you need it?”, Toronto Star:
      I'm writing about summer rather than a cartoon mnage huit (not so much the eternal triangle as the eternal octagon).
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  14. ici *
  15. ified
    • 2009 June 20, ROB SALEM, “The best and worst of medieval times”, Toronto Star:
      Merlin might perhaps best be described as a kind of Smallville-ified Camelot, the saga of an earnest and impressionable adolescent wizard coming of age in the Middle Ages.
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  16. incentifying
  17. inlanders
    • 2009 June 20, Susan MacCallum-Whitcomb, “A walk in the clouds”, Toronto Star:
      Since a disproportionate number are in summer, vacationing inlanders get to enjoy a refreshing respite from the sticky heat at home.
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  18. irreligiousness
    • 2009 June 20, Geoff Pevere, “The Century So Far: Books”, Toronto Star:
      Folks gobbled this book up because it packed intricate puzzles, propulsive plotwork, clammy paranoia, cheeky irreligiousness and armchair globetrotting into one teasingly easy-to-read brain snack.
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  19. italy *
  20. jambox
  21. jurisdioction
    • 2009 June 20, “More voices on Pascal report”, Toronto Star:
      Consider the development of preschool education as an integral componenet of educational planning in a jurisdioction.
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  22. kasbah
  23. lefthander
    • 2009 June 20, Dave Perkins, “Mike Weir tames Bethpage”, Toronto Star:
      The Canadian lefthander is two shots off the lead of the 109th U.S. Open, nine holes into his second round of the rain-carved tournament over Bethpage Black.
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  24. maille *
    • 2009 June 20, “Odd names offer a look at London's roots”, Toronto Star:
      The program, launched by Visit London, includes an event at Buckingham Palace where tourists participate in a game of "paille maille" a 17th-century precursor to croquet that is believed to have given its name to the stately London avenue known as Pall Mall.
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  25. matryoshka
    • 2009 June 20, Olivia Ward, “Pinching kopeks in the recession”, Toronto Star:
      And, in an unprecedented stimulus plan, the government pledged to buy up to $30 million worth of traditional matryoshka dolls from failing factories in historic Sergiyev Posad.
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  26. monotowns
    • 2009 June 20, Olivia Ward, “Pinching kopeks in the recession”, Toronto Star:
      As other workers went on hunger strikes or took to the streets, the government agreed to bail out one-industry "monotowns."
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  27. monthy
    • 2009 June 20, Geoff Pevere, “The Century So Far: Books”, Toronto Star:
      We begin the monthy series with Books editor Dan Smith, book critic Geoff Pevere and publishing reporter Vit Wagner.
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  28. munchable
    • 2009 June 20, Geoff Pevere, “The Century So Far: Books”, Toronto Star:
      On the one hand, the effortlessly readable New Yorker writer is enviably adept at making complex ideas as munchable as Smarties.
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  29. packrats
  30. paille *
    • 2009 June 20, “Odd names offer a look at London's roots”, Toronto Star:
      The program, launched by Visit London, includes an event at Buckingham Palace where tourists participate in a game of "paille maille" a 17th-century precursor to croquet that is believed to have given its name to the stately London avenue known as Pall Mall.
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  31. palmload
    • 2009 June 20, Sonia Day, “Prickly for pretty cactus”, Toronto Star:
      After experiencing a palmload of prickles at the age of 5 (having been warned not to touch her collection), I wrote cacti off as horrid things that only barmy adults liked.
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  32. pamplemousse *
  33. perpetuing
    • 2009 June 20, “More voices on Afghan series”, Toronto Star:
      It is those in government promoting the war Harper, MacKay, Cannon who are perpetuing the failed strategies, refusing to tell the truth about the suffering of veterans and failing to adequately deal with the problem.
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  34. plotwork
    • 2009 June 20, Geoff Pevere, “The Century So Far: Books”, Toronto Star:
      Folks gobbled this book up because it packed intricate puzzles, propulsive plotwork, clammy paranoia, cheeky irreligiousness and armchair globetrotting into one teasingly easy-to-read brain snack.
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  35. podge
    • 2009 June 20, Christopher Hume, “CONDO CRITIC: New Regent Park revitalizing neighbourhood”, Toronto Star:
      - East end evolution more interesting than ever - Aging area shows signs of new urbanism - Industrial Carlaw evolving into residential neighbourhood - 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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  36. pomfrey
    • 2009 June 20, Corey Mintz, “Sometimes, street food is best bet”, Toronto Star:
      The kitchen shows restraint by steaming a whole fish (pomfrey) and not overpowering it with ginger and chilies ($17.50).
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  37. rarish
  38. repro
    • 2009 June 20, Donna Jean MacKinnon, “Focus on decorating to make 'basic box' spectacular”, Toronto Star:
      Ladna suggests Andria buy an oval coffee table, perhaps a vintage one from the 1950s, and a spectacularly curved floor lamp a contemporary repro or the real thing, from the 1960s.
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  39. skywall
  40. socio *
    • 2009 June 20, Colin and Justin, “Colin and Justin: Not so mellow yellow”, Toronto Star:
      Drawing inspiration from travel, clothing trends, paint manufacturers' expertise and real people focus groups, these analysts consider the opinions of huge socio economic strata to determine what will be hot and what ... will not.
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  41. sorcercer
    • 2009 June 20, ROB SALEM, “The best and worst of medieval times”, Toronto Star:
      Really more superhero than sorcercer, the young Merlin is played by engaging young Irish actor Colin Morgan who, if you were to draw a pair of geeky round glasses on him, just happens to bear a striking resemblance to blockbuster movie conjurer Harry Potter.
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  42. spoofy
    • 2009 June 20, Rob Salem, “If the umlaut fits ...”, Toronto Star:
      It isn't hard to see where this is going and how much spoofy fun it is likely going to be getting there.
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  43. steepish
    • 2009 June 20, Nancy Cawley, “Scaling the heights of scenic splendour”, Toronto Star:
      Not that I reached any of those heights those days are past but I enjoyed day after sunny day of high walking, plus a few steepish scrambles, in a gloriously scenic setting.
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  44. tempranillo
  45. transwomen
    • 2009 June 20, Julia Steinecke, “A world of gay pride”, Toronto Star:
      Right across the road, another group of women and their allies create Camp Trans, to protest the exclusion of transwomen from the MWMF and other women's spaces (Aug. 2 to 9, www.camp-trans.org , takesupspace@gmail.com ).
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  46. traumactic
    • 2009 June 20, “More voices on Afghan series”, Toronto Star:
      'I would like to voice my support for the Canadian soldiers who returned from Afghanistan with PTSD as a consequence traumactic events they participated in.
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  47. treeline
    • 2009 June 20, Geoff Pevere, “Where did Bigfoot go?”, Toronto Star:
      After the image eventually steadies itself, "this creature" bipedal, hairy, apelike, apparently female and weirdly calm is seen walking away from the lens toward the treeline, turning its head for a moment toward the intruders before resuming its conspicuously unrushed departure toward the leafy exit.
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  48. unappreciation
    • 2009 June 20, Rosie DiManno, “Fans of Hamilton dump on Rosie DiManno”, Toronto Star:
      Commenting on the lure of Hamilton for off-the-boat wops, and my stated unappreciation of the city, one reader emailed this observation yesterday: "Me thinks your Italian peasant ancestors might be turning over in their graves as they were happy enough to leave their dump for another."
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  49. uncheesey
    • 2009 June 20, Corey Mintz, “Sometimes, street food is best bet”, Toronto Star:
      In the roar of the dining room, a young woman attempts to play a guitar and sing, while servers cart out a burnt kiddie burger ($5.50), room-temperature yam fries, a veggie burger ($9) that's 90 per cent rice, crab cakes drizzled in balsamic syrup ($12), and uncheesey mac 'n' cheese ($10) purporting to contain smoked cheddar.
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  50. uncollectible
  51. whatzit
    • 2009 June 20, Geoff Pevere, “Where did Bigfoot go?”, Toronto Star:
      The two seasoned Sasquatch-seekers claimed to have spotted the whatzit while riding horseback near Bluff Creek in Northern Calfornia.
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  52. wipeable
    • 2009 June 20, Vicky Sanderson, “Gearing up for Father's Day”, Toronto Star:
      Made from wipeable polyester fabric with a hard plastic base and sides, this rugged case can be opened by two zippers on either side and Velcro flaps at the top.
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  53. witchetty

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