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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-25 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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61372 tokens ‧ 44188 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6783 types ‧ 22 (~ 0.324%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-06-25[edit]

  1. akbar
    • 2009 June 25, Parisa Hafezi, “Iran's reformers to carry on fight”, Toronto Star:
      Protest cries of Allahu akbar (God is Greatest) were heard from Tehran rooftops again overnight, but were much more short-lived than on previous evenings in the capital.
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  2. athon
  3. exibit *
    • 2009 June 25, Stuart Laidlaw, “Dead Sea Scrolls get royal treatment”, Toronto Star:
      Now, an exibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls --- containing religious writing from 2,000 years ago -- has come to the Royal Ontario Museum.
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  4. fingerpainters
    • 2009 June 25, Isabel Teotonio, “iBrushes with greatness”, Toronto Star:
      The 45-year-old makes pictures of city street life on his cell phone and is among a group of digital fingerpainters who are using emerging technologies to create art.
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  5. fingerpaintings
    • 2009 June 25, Isabel Teotonio, “iBrushes with greatness”, Toronto Star:
      Technology is changing the artistic landscape, but gadgets will never replace easels and paintbrushes, says French artist Stephane Kardos, whose fingerpaintings influenced Colombo.
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  6. francophonie
  7. homecooking
    • 2009 June 25, “Bobby Militello: Saxist for Dave Brubeck”, Toronto Star:
      He's back living in Buffalo, about 15 minutes from where he grew up, and runs Citta Di Militello ("Italian homecooking") in Amherst, N.Y., with his wife, Lisa.
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  8. hostellers
    • 2009 June 25, Reb Stevenson, “Europe's top party hostels”, Toronto Star:
      That Wombats specifically has to instruct hostellers not to "water the plants" on the lively patio bar probably tells you all you need to know. www.wombats-hostels.com
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  9. iranelection
  10. iranvote
  11. lapacho
    • 2009 June 25, Jim Byers, “Those little touches can make a big difference”, Toronto Star:
      At afternoon tea, try the maritime cranberry; nice and flavourful and slightly tart, or perhaps the tea with lapacho bark to boost your immune system.
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  12. lept
    • 2009 June 25, Mark Zwolinski, “Blue Jays hammer Arroyo”, Toronto Star:
      While the game itself was decided quickly, it didn't take away from a magical moment in the eighth, when Scott Rolen lept into the air, spinning backwards as he rose, to snare a Jerry Hairston line drive.
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  13. malapropist
  14. pinwale
    • 2009 June 25, David Livingstone, “Claiborne's menswear relaxed, yet still `with it'”, Toronto Star:
      Unlined, the duffle makes a great top coat that easily goes over a jacket, such as one in pinwale corduroy that appeals to both an older customer who knows what pinwale is it's got narrow wales, or ridges as well as a younger one who knows that all that matters now is a snug fit.
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  15. recreators
    • 2009 June 25, Liz Fleming, “History blazes to life at battle re-enactment”, Toronto Star:
      More than 2,500 costumed recreators from across North America will gather to mark the 250th anniversary on July 3-5, and organizers are expecting thousands of spectators to be on hand to watch the full-scale naval and land battle re-enactments.
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  16. reedman
    • 2009 June 25, “Bobby Militello: Saxist for Dave Brubeck”, Toronto Star:
      The reedman, who also leads a quartet at Toronto's Pilot Tavern on July 2, said lately he's been thinking about putting a regular band together and making some records.
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  17. saxman
    • 2009 June 25, Ashante Infantry, “Jazz fest side dishes”, Toronto Star:
      Clifton Anderson: Trombonist for Sonny Rollins He was his uncle and he'd given him his first trombone, but that didn't stop legendary saxman Sonny Rollins from firing trombonist Clifton Anderson.
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  18. sidechick
    • 2009 June 25, “Ingrid Jensen: Trumpeter for Maria Schneider Orchestra”, Toronto Star:
      As for the term sideman, she's not fussy: "Sideperson, sidewoman, sidegal, sidechick I don't care, as long as I'm on the bandstand playing good music with good people, and I might even get paid."
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  19. sidegal
    • 2009 June 25, “Ingrid Jensen: Trumpeter for Maria Schneider Orchestra”, Toronto Star:
      As for the term sideman, she's not fussy: "Sideperson, sidewoman, sidegal, sidechick I don't care, as long as I'm on the bandstand playing good music with good people, and I might even get paid."
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  20. sidewoman
    • 2009 June 25, “Ingrid Jensen: Trumpeter for Maria Schneider Orchestra”, Toronto Star:
      As for the term sideman, she's not fussy: "Sideperson, sidewoman, sidegal, sidechick I don't care, as long as I'm on the bandstand playing good music with good people, and I might even get paid."
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  21. suspendered
    • 2009 June 25, David Livingstone, “Claiborne's menswear relaxed, yet still `with it'”, Toronto Star:
      He maintains that complex aesthetic in his signature collection, which is carried at his own store in New York's West Village, and which for fall features a pair of black leather pants high-waisted, suspendered, with full, straight legs, in glove-weight skins.
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  22. vibesman
    • 2009 June 25, “Antonio Sanchez: Drummer, various groups”, Toronto Star:
      Antonio Sanchez, who performs in Toronto with vibesman Gary Burton and pianist Kenny Werner, recites his summer itinerary from memory: "I start with Gary, then Kenny, then back to New York for a record date with a bass player who lives in Austria.
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