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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-30 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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56448 tokens ‧ 40884 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6677 types ‧ 17 (~ 0.255%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-07-30[edit]

  1. amari *
  2. bandshell
    • 2009 July 30, Bob Hepburn, “Tony Clement: the pork-barrel politics king”, Toronto Star:
      Here's a sample of G8 legacy fund projects: $750,000 to renovate a bandshell and install a new fence and town clock in Sundridge; $730,000 to renovate a bridge in the town of Kearney; $700,000 for street upgrades in Parry Sound; $275,000 to improve the bandshell and build new public washrooms in Baysville; $150,000 to improve the entrance to Burk's Falls.
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  3. capicolla
    • 2009 July 30, Corey Mintz, “I'll have the house special”, Toronto Star:
      On our board we find slices of lardo, capicolla, noisette, chunks of venison jerky, scoops of chicken liver mousse and piles of corned beef.
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  4. dumpsites
    • 2009 July 30, “10 questions about the strike”, Toronto Star:
      After the 2002 strike ended on a Thursday, island ferry service, full ambulance service, and golf course operations resumed Friday; day camps and daycares reopened Monday; pools were open by Monday and temporary dumpsites cleaned by Sunday night; garbage collection resumed on schedule.
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  5. fanaticisms
    • 2009 July 30, Haroon Siddiqui, “It's no longer Islam vs. non-Islam in Iran”, Toronto Star:
      "People are moving away from religious and other fanaticisms towards liberalism, democracy," says Reza Baraheni, a noted Iranian author who came to Canada in 1998.
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  6. gallo *
    • 2009 July 30, Corey Mintz, “I'll have the house special”, Toronto Star:
      The long communal table holds the taco fillings (chorizo, pulled pork, tilapia, rice and beans) and toppings (green salsa, pico de gallo, pineapple salsa, grated cheese, pickled serrano peppers).
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  7. modulatable
    • 2009 July 30, David Graham, “Haute Technology”, Toronto Star:
      Ying Gao creates "modulatable" garments that change depending on the wearer's environment.
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  8. overlayed
    • 2009 July 30, “Critic's choice”, Toronto Star:
      'The first, "Air Conditioned Jungle," at Diaz Contemporary, turns the outside in, with an earnest pastiche of a cityscape infiltrating the gallery, from its cool white walls overlayed with red brick wallpaper to, in the spirit, I suppose, of the civic workers' strike, sidewalks strewn with trash.
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  9. pico *
    • 2009 July 30, Corey Mintz, “I'll have the house special”, Toronto Star:
      The long communal table holds the taco fillings (chorizo, pulled pork, tilapia, rice and beans) and toppings (green salsa, pico de gallo, pineapple salsa, grated cheese, pickled serrano peppers).
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  10. riwaq
    • 2009 July 30, Rebecca Santana, “Bahrain tidies up its devilish image”, Toronto Star:
      Many Saudi artists unable to show their work openly in Saudi Arabia instead come to galleries such as the al riwaq, a prestigious facility in Manama showing contemporary art.
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  11. sciakisciuka
  12. showbizzy
    • 2009 July 30, David Livingstone, “Fashion blogger a star himself”, Toronto Star:
      And while he's grateful in a showbizzy, without-you-I'm-nothing sort of way for the audience who found him on the Internet, he is not sentimental in assessing the usefulness of the medium.
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  13. slotback
    • 2009 July 30, Chris Zelkovich, “Former Argo Bruce says he has no regrets”, Toronto Star:
      While Bruce said earlier this week that he wanted to return to the Argos, Andrus made it clear that once the all-star slotback aired his grievances publicly and knocked him and quarterback Kerry Joseph, his time in double blue was over.
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  14. subwayed
    • 2009 July 30, Charmaine Noronha, “This race just as rewarding for also-rans as winners”, Toronto Star:
      After realizing we've subwayed to the wrong city, costing us a precious hour, we take another train, a bus and a long walk to reach Raketemstation Hombroich in Neuss.
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  15. swishly
    • 2009 July 30, Corey Mintz, “I'll have the house special”, Toronto Star:
      It is swishly renovated (I would say "pimped" but modern usage seems to have forgotten the word means to control and live off the earnings of a prostitute), very comfortable and a tad quieter.
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  16. upliftment
    • 2009 July 30, Jason Miller, “Reggae star offers his prescription for healing”, Toronto Star:
      Gramps's solo venture helps fulfill the prophecy of his father, Denroy Morgan, who wanted all his children in Morgan Heritage to apply their personal touch to the upliftment of music.
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  17. volanco

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