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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-18 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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81527 tokens ‧ 60157 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8701 types ‧ 26 (~ 0.299%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-07-18[edit]

  1. bigging
  2. branston
  3. buena *
    • 2009 July 18, Linda Barnard, “Make mojitos one at a time”, Toronto Star:
      What makes a Cuban mojito better than the rest is the wild mint-like plant, called yerba buena, used in the cocktail.
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  4. caffe *
    • 2009 July 18, Josephine Matyas, “outings/article/666754 Lots of cold comfort in Westport”, Toronto Star:
      The cheap-eats deal of the century is the fish and chips from the Salmon House & Seafood on Main St. Head across the street to the espresso machine at Vanilla Bean's Ice Cream, where they'll crank the caffeine any way you want it, including caffe mocha, caffe Mexicano and caffe Milano.
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  5. chicharon *
  6. coachis
  7. downloadbles
    • 2009 July 18, Darren Zenko, “A rhythmic descent into 'The Zone'”, Toronto Star:
      And for a measly 600 Nintendo Points, it's one of the best deals available for Wii, and one of the few must-have downloadbles.
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  8. dreampop
    • 2009 July 18, John Sakamoto, “The Anti-Hit List”, Toronto Star:
      Fast becoming a sensation in the blogosphere, the latest persona of Austin-based Alan Palomo (best known from the electropop outfit Vega), this vaguely melancholy, synth-powered bit of dreampop comes off like a cross between MGMT and Todd Rundgren.
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  9. drenchingly
    • 2009 July 18, Gord Stimmell, “Vintages release shows trend to lower prices”, Toronto Star:
      In the awesome Aussie red category, I adored Blackjack 2004 Shiraz (#95612, $28.95, 91) and Parker Coonawarra 2003 Cabernet Sauvignon (#107979, $29.95, 91) for their drenchingly rich cassis profiles, but found the prices a bit daunting.
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  10. eko *
    • 2009 July 18, Tracy Hanes, Toronto Star[1]:
      Two of its current projects Metro Place across from the Downsview subway station north of Highway 401, and Centre Park Condos in the Thornhill City Centre are poised to capitalize on current and future transit expansions; its Liberty Square/eko mixed-use project takes advantage of Markham and York Region's public transportation.
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  11. figurals
    • 2009 July 18, Toronto Star[2]:
      These candelabras came in all sorts of styles and configurations, including figurals, such as cherubs.
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  12. floribunda
    • 2009 July 18, Ellen Moorhouse, Toronto Star[3]:
      English ivy covers the faade of the main building and floribunda roses bloom against the green backdrop.
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  13. kasbah
    • 2009 July 18, Toronto Star[4]:
      - Moroccan touch rocks the kasbah - Presto!
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  14. linocut
    • 2009 July 18, Toronto Star[5]:
      The Christmas linocut apparently paid for the down payment on a Toronto house that Franck bought in 1953.
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  15. megatour
    • 2009 July 18, NICK PATCH, “Canada a welcome warmup for big Kiss fall”, Toronto Star:
      If Kiss fans are fretting that the band's current Canadian jaunt will pale in comparison to the 60-city megatour planned for this fall when the band will unveil new outfits and new material bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons says not to worry.
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  16. nnings
  17. pipi *
    • 2009 July 18, Peter Goddard, “Rural France savours a taste of the big race”, Toronto Star:
      We crowded the roadside for hours, picnicked with strangers, wore dumb hats, danced to disco from car stereos and looked with desperation for places to "pipi."
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  18. postered
    • 2009 July 18, Nicole Baute Staff reporter, “The Hug Me tree returns to its roots”, Toronto Star:
      Over time, the stump would get dirty scuffed or postered, kicked or peed on and Elliott would clean it up.
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  19. replead
  20. semicustom
    • 2009 July 18, Barbara Silverstein, Toronto Star[6]:
      Berkshire, BILD's green builder of the year, just completed a project of semicustom homes in the mid-$400,000 range on heavily treed lots near Bolton and Orangeville. "
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  21. snipits
  22. technorock
    • 2009 July 18, Peter Goddard, “Rural France savours a taste of the big race”, Toronto Star:
      However, the rewards for our collective struggles were considerable as we scrambled for lots of stuff hats, bottles of Vittel water, Mir soap for our laundry hurled from the caravan of sponsors' cars that blared technorock as it roared by.
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  23. transfolk
  24. undetonated
    • 2009 July 18, Anthony Deutsch, “Terror returns to Jakarta”, Toronto Star:
      Yesterday's attackers evaded hotel security and smuggled explosives into the Marriott by posing as guests and assembling the bombs in their room, where an undetonated device was later found by police.
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  25. vermicomposters
    • 2009 July 18, Ellen Moorhouse, Toronto Star[7]:
      The new arrival of worms and vermicomposters may help change that.
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  26. yerba
    • 2009 July 18, Linda Barnard, “Make mojitos one at a time”, Toronto Star:
      What makes a Cuban mojito better than the rest is the wild mint-like plant, called yerba buena, used in the cocktail.
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