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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-06-28 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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42322 tokens ‧ 30782 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5669 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.406%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-06-28[edit]

  1. accesible *
    • 2009 June 28, Murray Whyte, “DIY projects”, Toronto Star:
      This is a long way of getting to the work itself, which is, by turns, dizzying, accesible, hilarious, macabre and in one instance, disquietlingly bleak.
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  2. autographer
    • 2009 June 28, Garth Woolsey, “Milton Bradley's bad-boy act is wearing thin”, Toronto Star:
      AND FURTHERMORE: Speaking of childish: When one of a group of young autographer seekers didn't have anything handy for him to sign, Albert Pujols of the Cardinals went ahead and signed the kid's forehead with a green felt-tip pen.
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  3. bigonne
    • 2009 June 28, John McWhorter, “Get thee rewrite!”, Toronto Star:
      Technically not, but the translations of The Canterbury Tales we read (beyond the famous first stanza) are "not Chaucer," either, but who among us thinks we should just "rise to the challenge of" passages such as: "At Alisandre he was whan it was wonne / Ful ofte time he hadde the boord bigonne / Aboven alle nacions in Pruce/ In Lettou had he reised, and in Ruce / No Cristen man so ofte of his degree / In Gernade at the sege eek hadde he be..."
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  4. boord *
    • 2009 June 28, John McWhorter, “Get thee rewrite!”, Toronto Star:
      Technically not, but the translations of The Canterbury Tales we read (beyond the famous first stanza) are "not Chaucer," either, but who among us thinks we should just "rise to the challenge of" passages such as: "At Alisandre he was whan it was wonne / Ful ofte time he hadde the boord bigonne / Aboven alle nacions in Pruce/ In Lettou had he reised, and in Ruce / No Cristen man so ofte of his degree / In Gernade at the sege eek hadde he be..."
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  5. degreed
    • 2009 June 28, Andrew Nikiforuk, “A public tarring in Saudi Canada”, Toronto Star:
      They insinuated that he had no credibility because he wasn't an industry cancer professional or a highly degreed expert.
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  6. disquietlingly
    • 2009 June 28, Murray Whyte, “DIY projects”, Toronto Star:
      This is a long way of getting to the work itself, which is, by turns, dizzying, accesible, hilarious, macabre and in one instance, disquietlingly bleak.
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  7. felllow
  8. hadde *
    • 2009 June 28, John McWhorter, “Get thee rewrite!”, Toronto Star:
      Technically not, but the translations of The Canterbury Tales we read (beyond the famous first stanza) are "not Chaucer," either, but who among us thinks we should just "rise to the challenge of" passages such as: "At Alisandre he was whan it was wonne / Ful ofte time he hadde the boord bigonne / Aboven alle nacions in Pruce/ In Lettou had he reised, and in Ruce / No Cristen man so ofte of his degree / In Gernade at the sege eek hadde he be..."
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  9. jheri
    • 2009 June 28, Ashante Infantry, “Michael Jackson: Black or ... what?”, Toronto Star:
      Meanwhile, the thirtysomething Higgins said the entertainer was responsible for the jheri curls he and his friends sported in the `80s. "
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  10. moneyball
    • 2009 June 28, Malene Arpe, “Pop goes the week”, Toronto Star:
      Brad Pitt's upcoming movie, Moneyball, is shut down Someone at the studio found out it was about actual moneyball and not, as believed, a potential blockbuster about a rogue police officer with a chip on his shoulder who battles a gigantic, sentient, Martian ball made of 100-dollar bills and irrational hate.
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  11. nacions
    • 2009 June 28, John McWhorter, “Get thee rewrite!”, Toronto Star:
      Technically not, but the translations of The Canterbury Tales we read (beyond the famous first stanza) are "not Chaucer," either, but who among us thinks we should just "rise to the challenge of" passages such as: "At Alisandre he was whan it was wonne / Ful ofte time he hadde the boord bigonne / Aboven alle nacions in Pruce/ In Lettou had he reised, and in Ruce / No Cristen man so ofte of his degree / In Gernade at the sege eek hadde he be..."
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  12. ofte *
    • 2009 June 28, John McWhorter, “Get thee rewrite!”, Toronto Star:
      Technically not, but the translations of The Canterbury Tales we read (beyond the famous first stanza) are "not Chaucer," either, but who among us thinks we should just "rise to the challenge of" passages such as: "At Alisandre he was whan it was wonne / Ful ofte time he hadde the boord bigonne / Aboven alle nacions in Pruce/ In Lettou had he reised, and in Ruce / No Cristen man so ofte of his degree / In Gernade at the sege eek hadde he be..."
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  13. pictues
    • 2009 June 28, Nathan Whitlock, “To the beauty and horror of the modern workplace”, Toronto Star:
      The core of each is journalistic: de Botton follows the import food-chain from airport hangar to child's breakfast table, visits a cookie factory, hangs with a man who has spent years painting pictues of the same tree, attends an exhibition for eccentric entrepreneurs/inventors, and so on.
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  14. profantiy
  15. prority
    • 2009 June 28, Murray Whyte, “DIY projects”, Toronto Star:
      Warmth may not be a prority for any of these artists (one piece from Seth Scriver and Shayne Ehman is a car hood emblazoned with the words "F--k off" in sparkling blue and orange, which may be an appropriately-outsidery comment on art institutions in general).
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  16. quirkly
    • 2009 June 28, Murray Whyte, “DIY projects”, Toronto Star:
      From London, Thompson's a clear descendent of the creepy psychedelia rendered by another generation's dominant quirkly outsider, Robert Crumb; Thompson avoids Crumb's sexually fetishistic weirdities (in this show, at least), but his sharply-drawn technique provides a nice tension with the wildly appealing, surreal forms he draws.
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  17. reised
    • 2009 June 28, John McWhorter, “Get thee rewrite!”, Toronto Star:
      Technically not, but the translations of The Canterbury Tales we read (beyond the famous first stanza) are "not Chaucer," either, but who among us thinks we should just "rise to the challenge of" passages such as: "At Alisandre he was whan it was wonne / Ful ofte time he hadde the boord bigonne / Aboven alle nacions in Pruce/ In Lettou had he reised, and in Ruce / No Cristen man so ofte of his degree / In Gernade at the sege eek hadde he be..."
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  18. sege
    • 2009 June 28, John McWhorter, “Get thee rewrite!”, Toronto Star:
      Technically not, but the translations of The Canterbury Tales we read (beyond the famous first stanza) are "not Chaucer," either, but who among us thinks we should just "rise to the challenge of" passages such as: "At Alisandre he was whan it was wonne / Ful ofte time he hadde the boord bigonne / Aboven alle nacions in Pruce/ In Lettou had he reised, and in Ruce / No Cristen man so ofte of his degree / In Gernade at the sege eek hadde he be..."
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  19. steamily
    • 2009 June 28, Jim Rankin, “Trash piles grow at temporary dumps”, Toronto Star:
      It may be a city of temporary dumps, where concealed-for-now stews of leftovers, soiled diapers and cat litter steamily ripen, but a week into a municipal workers' walkout, Toronto is not one big dump and people are coping.
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  20. tantrumist
  21. weirdities
    • 2009 June 28, Murray Whyte, “DIY projects”, Toronto Star:
      From London, Thompson's a clear descendent of the creepy psychedelia rendered by another generation's dominant quirkly outsider, Robert Crumb; Thompson avoids Crumb's sexually fetishistic weirdities (in this show, at least), but his sharply-drawn technique provides a nice tension with the wildly appealing, surreal forms he draws.
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  22. wonne
    • 2009 June 28, John McWhorter, “Get thee rewrite!”, Toronto Star:
      Technically not, but the translations of The Canterbury Tales we read (beyond the famous first stanza) are "not Chaucer," either, but who among us thinks we should just "rise to the challenge of" passages such as: "At Alisandre he was whan it was wonne / Ful ofte time he hadde the boord bigonne / Aboven alle nacions in Pruce/ In Lettou had he reised, and in Ruce / No Cristen man so ofte of his degree / In Gernade at the sege eek hadde he be..."
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  23. zzzzzz
    • 2009 June 28, Malene Arpe, “Off the rack: Entertainment”, Toronto Star:
      This week in imaginary cat fights: Emile de Ravin better look out because Kristen Stewart will cut her if she doesn't keep her hands off Robert Pattin ... zzzzzz.
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