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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-05 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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41948 tokens ‧ 30771 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5738 types ‧ 16 (~ 0.279%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-07-05[edit]

  1. afrobeat
    • 2009 July 5, “Toronto Jazz Fest High Notes”, Toronto Star:
      Billed as an "unstoppable dance party" courtesy of intense horn lines and percolating afrobeat guitar combined with the interplay of four percussionists. 5 p.m.
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  2. demenstrait
    • 2009 July 5, Isabel Teotonio, Toronto Star[1]:
      I need to demenstrait a good life."
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  3. dumpsite
    • 2009 July 5, Noor Javed, “Picketers cannot block pest control, judge rules”, Toronto Star:
      The City of Toronto has been given a four-day window to spray pesticide on the growing piles of garbage at the Christie Pits temporary dumpsite after city lawyers went to court yesterday to obtain an injunction.
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  4. dumpsites
  5. faddishness
    • 2009 July 5, Deirdre Baker, “A child's green sprout of hope”, Toronto Star:
      Every chapter gently mocks faddishness, with a well grounded, self-sufficient Snufkin providing a bracing example of the sensible life of fishing, pancakes and doing what you will.
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  6. jugement *
    • 2009 July 5, Isabel Teotonio, Toronto Star[2]:
      She listens to the lawyer attentively and writes a list of changes she needs to make: "Good jugement.
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  7. manoeuvrings
    • 2009 July 5, Dean Goodman, “Allen Klein, 77: 'Shark' managed Stones, Beatles”, Toronto Star:
      Amid a series of complex manoeuvrings that also have consequences to this day, Klein unsuccessfully tried to secure control of the Beatles' copyrights on behalf of the group.
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  8. moondance
  9. mucopolysaccharidosis
  10. stregthen
    • 2009 July 5, “Bad omen for frail democracies”, Toronto Star:
      Also, the survival of this coup would boost the spirits of repressive rulers of countries like Iran, Egypt, Myanmar and Saudi Arabia to stregthen further their stranglehold on their democratic movements.
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  11. thema *
  12. therapee
    • 2009 July 5, Rob Salem, “Been there, done that, seen it all? Here are a few surprises”, Toronto Star:
      Being Erica: Though not perhaps technically a traditional "sitcom," it is a rather unique situation and often very deftly comic, courtesy of Michael Riley and breakout star Erin Karpluk, as a time-travelling therapist and therapee, along with Kathy Laskey and John Boylen as her parents.
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  13. unaired
  14. videoboard
    • 2009 July 5, JAY COHEN, “Yanks pull out all the stops on anniversary of speech”, Toronto Star:
      The Yanks recreated the speech in a tribute shown on the videoboard of their new $1.5 billion ballpark yesterday, showing Gehrig reciting the first sentence before cutting away to Jeter for the signature line.
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  15. voguers
  16. wysiwig

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