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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-26 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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55076 tokens ‧ 40184 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6730 types ‧ 14 (~ 0.208%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-06-26[edit]

  1. absurdia
  2. battiness
    • 2009 June 26, Dave Feschuk, “DeRozan is ready for takeoff”, Toronto Star:
      Speaking of memories it's always worth a laugh to reminisce about Master P's still-hard-to-fathom presence on Toronto's pre-season roster circa 1999, one of the first signs of then-coach Butch Carter's deep-down battiness, to be sure.
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  3. bhut
    • 2009 June 26, “India spicing up grenades”, Toronto Star:
      Scientists said the bhut jolokia chili found in the northeast generates so much heat it is enough to briefly startle a person when used as a weapon.
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  4. digester
    • 2009 June 26, Tyler Hamilton, “Toronto Hydro plan ensures flushables won't go to waste”, Toronto Star:
      Simpson said Toronto Hydro is also in early talks with the Toronto Zoo about building an anaerobic digester facility that would convert elephant, giraffe and other animal droppings into electricity.
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  5. digesters
  6. jolokia
    • 2009 June 26, “India spicing up grenades”, Toronto Star:
      Scientists said the bhut jolokia chili found in the northeast generates so much heat it is enough to briefly startle a person when used as a weapon.
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  7. lferenc
  8. manoeuvrings
    • 2009 June 26, Damien Cox, “Isles could shock with Duchene”, Toronto Star:
      But one of the dynamics about having the first round begin at 7 p.m. tonight is that it gives the league's GMs all day today to work on trades and various manoeuvrings.
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  9. patricidal
    • 2009 June 26, Peter Howell, “Brno's out there in a good way”, Toronto Star:
      Think of Peter Hanly's gutless Prince Edward in Braveheart, Joaquin Phoenix's patricidal and sexually confused Emperor Commodus in Gladiato'r, Brad Dourif's weaselly manipulator Wormtongue in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and Matt Damon's repressed title killer in The Talented Mr. Ripley.
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  10. reinstructed
    • 2009 June 26, Petti Fong, “Pickton murder conviction upheld”, Toronto Star:
      In arguing for a new trial, defence lawyers said the B.C. Supreme Court judge in the case erred when he reinstructed the jury after jurors had a question in the middle of their deliberation about whether Pickton was guilty if someone else was involved.
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  11. scandalalous
    • 2009 June 26, “Pricing the Afghan war”, Toronto Star:
      It's scandalalous, then, that Page finds himself battling to preserve his integrity and to get the modest $2.8 million budget he was promised when he took on the complex job of budget officer.
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  12. sharrows
    • 2009 June 26, Joe Fiorito, “Bright ideas in shades of green”, Toronto Star:
      But "safely" is the wrong word, especially in those parts of town where "sharrows" have been inflicted on the populace.
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  13. smallball
    • 2009 June 26, Mark Zwolinski, “Blue Jays rally gets wasted”, Toronto Star:
      There was no heroic ending Toronto's Joey Votto coming up a triple shy of hitting for the cycle, and some brilliantly executed smallball saw to that as the visitors claimed victory to avoid being swept in the three-game series.
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  14. stickhandler

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