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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-07 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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47851 tokens ‧ 34940 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6022 types ‧ 15 (~ 0.249%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-07-07[edit]

  1. contractworker
    • 2009 July 7, “June 22, 2009 to ?”, Toronto Star:
      A judge gives the city the thumbs-up to use pesticide at Christie Pits after protesters prevented a contractworker from dousing the dump with the chemicals.
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  2. digestate
    • 2009 July 7, Moira Welsh, “Province steps in to fix green bin mess”, Toronto Star:
      The facility partially processes the organic waste and ships the "digestate" material to a composting company paid to complete the job.
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  3. digester
  4. dumpsites
    • 2009 July 7, “June 22, 2009 to ?”, Toronto Star:
      DAY 9: Waits at dumpsites whittle down to nothing.
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  5. galactico
    • 2009 July 7, “Ronaldo rocks 80,000 fans at Bernabeu”, Toronto Star:
      Perez has promised a return of the "galactico" era at Madrid after initiating the original one from 2000-06 with the blockbuster signings of Zinedine Zidane, Beckham, Luis Figo and Brazil's Ronaldo.
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  6. hackwork
    • 2009 July 7, “DVD REVIEWS”, Toronto Star:
      This would include director Alex Proyas, whose indie flair with 1998's Dark City has yielded to profitable hackwork built around morality tales (I, Robot being another) and incendiary set pieces.
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  7. july *
    • 2009 2009-08-22, Toronto Star[1]:
      Acts of Kindness More news Just the ticket for Michael Jackson memorial circus june 26, 2002 to july 11, 2002 June 22, 2009 to ?
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  8. june *
    • 2009 2009-08-22, Toronto Star[2]:
      Acts of Kindness More news Just the ticket for Michael Jackson memorial circus june 26, 2002 to july 11, 2002 June 22, 2009 to ?
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  9. sabbath *
    • 2009 July 7, Martin Regg Cohn, “China's Muslims running out of time”, Toronto Star:
      In the provincial capital of Urumqi, pious Muslims move heaven and earth to attend noon prayers on the Friday sabbath, but they are never quite on time: High noon comes well after 2 p.m. because Xinjiang's clocks are rigidly if irreligiously set to Beijing time, 2,400 kilometres away.
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  10. sawoff
  11. sketchcom
  12. trivalize
    • 2009 July 7, “Headline trivializes police effort”, Toronto Star:
      Two Barrie city police officers put their lives on the line to keep our community safe and you trivalize it with "another civilian shot dead."
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  13. undisplaced
    • 2009 July 7, Trish Crawford, Toronto Star[3]:
      According to Dr. John Theodoropoulos, orthopedic surgeon at Mount Sinai Hospital, people walk around all the time on undisplaced breaks just like mine because they think it's an ankle sprain.
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  14. unmotorized
  15. whoomp
    • 2009 July 7, Trish Crawford, Toronto Star[4]:
      A moonlit stroll ended with me twisting an ankle on a darkish piece of rock, which turned out to be moss, and I fell into a hole with a whoomp on my right leg.
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