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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-02 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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2009-07-02[edit]

  1. admonishings
    • 2009 July 2, “Survivor's story touches readers”, Toronto Star:
      Sadly, this situation plays out most weekends in wealthy areas with chuckles and minor admonishings being the normal responses.
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  2. coexecutors
    • 2009 July 2, Anthony McCartney, “Music will keep coming”, Toronto Star:
      Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff also called for a speedy compromise between lawyers for Katherine Jackson and the two coexecutors of Michael Jackson's will, lawyer John Branca and John McClain, a music executive and a family friend.
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  3. discretionaries
    • 2009 July 2, “U.S. stocks rise on reassuring economic data”, Toronto Star:
      A day after the S&P 500 wrapped up its best quarter in a decade, investors poured new money into stocks, boosting growth-sensitive sectors such as energy, industrials, technology, materials and consumer discretionaries.
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  4. dumpsite
    • 2009 July 2, Noor Javed, “Raising a stink vs. suffering in silence”, Toronto Star:
      The official dumpsite has been a much cleaner alternative to the random dumping that took place in Runnymede Park during the 2002 garbage strike, recalls Glenn Edwards, a younger area resident.
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  5. dumpsites
    • 2009 July 2, Noor Javed, “Raising a stink vs. suffering in silence”, Toronto Star:
      But that's where the similarities end between the two communities dealing with temporary dumpsites: one in Christie Pits and the other on the edge of Runnymede Park.
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  6. extraordinaires *
    • 2009 July 2, Reb Stevenson, “Homes away from (your) home”, Toronto Star:
      Name-droppers extraordinaires will love the five-star exclusivity of The Hazelton (118 Yorkville Ave., www.thehazeltonhotel.com ).
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  7. foodmaker
    • 2009 July 2, “Cheerios maker sees bright future”, Toronto Star:
      The foodmaker is taking steps to introduce dozens of new products, such as Progresso high fibre soups, Yoplait smoothies, gluten-free baking mixes, and Wanchai Ferry branded frozen entrees.
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  8. hearbreaking
    • 2009 July 2, “Survivor's story touches readers”, Toronto Star:
      It is hearbreaking to read that one year after the tragedy, Nastasia Inez Elzinga continues to be so tormented and stuck.
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  9. knick
    • 2009 July 2, Reb Stevenson, “Homes away from (your) home”, Toronto Star:
      The walls in this heritage home are basted with colourful murals, the shelves overfloweth with random (oft puzzling) knick knacks and the dining room table is sporting baby shoes.
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  10. overfloweth
    • 2009 July 2, Reb Stevenson, “Homes away from (your) home”, Toronto Star:
      The walls in this heritage home are basted with colourful murals, the shelves overfloweth with random (oft puzzling) knick knacks and the dining room table is sporting baby shoes.
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  11. pelote *
    • 2009 July 2, Peter Gorrie, “Timeless treasures of France's Atlantic outpost”, Toronto Star:
      Saint-Pierre celebrates the July 14 French national holiday, Bastille Day and the Aug. 18-24 Basque Festival with food, music and games including pelote basque, a form of handball played against a massive red wall in the middle of town.
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  12. reannouncement
  13. seasonless
    • 2009 July 2, “6 hot fashion tips”, Toronto Star:
      Also just look at the white shirt or ski wear: white today is seasonless.
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  14. semfinalists
    • 2009 July 2, Damien Cox, “German ace is no Haas-been”, Toronto Star:
      Haas, the oldest among the four semfinalists remaining, was dynamic in his upset of Serbia's Novak Djokovic, a performance that seemed to shake off all the years in which injuries or letdowns at key moments kept him from becoming the natural successor to Boris Becker.
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  15. stickhandlers
  16. subindustry
  17. superfamous
    • 2009 July 2, Anthony McCartney, “Music will keep coming”, Toronto Star:
      When it comes to burying Jackson, macabre speculation aside, Hollywood has two cemeteries that beckon as tried-and-true redoubts of the superfamous, both called Forest Lawn.
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  18. unjuried
    • 2009 July 2, Bruce DeMara, “Zany rules at annual indie theatre party”, Toronto Star:
      With entries chosen by draw and all productions unjuried, even Fringe executive director Gideon Arthurs has no magic formula for finding the best of the fest.
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