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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-01 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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91422 tokens ‧ 68147 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9350 types ‧ 34 (~ 0.364%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-01[edit]

  1. bankruptucy
    • 2009 August 1, Tony Wong, “U.S. perks up as Canada slides back”, Toronto Star:
      "May was the month that Chrysler declared bankruptucy in the U.S. As such, transportation and equipment manufacturing largely contributed to weakness," said Petramala. "
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  2. chimmichuri
  3. cinerea *
    • 2009 August 1, Peter Goddard, “Landscapes subtly mix fact and fiction”, Toronto Star:
      Individuals shown in many McFarland photographs, such as those in Inspecting, Allan O'Connor Searches for Botrytis cinerea (2003), seem to be as much like specimens as the mites and blights the gardeners themselves are busily rooting around for.
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  4. commitmentphobe
  5. deordorant
    • 2009 August 1, Peggy Mackenzie, “`Clinical' doesn't always mean better”, Toronto Star:
      Four new antiperspirants and one deordorant, all "clinical" formulations packaged in boxes and more expensive than their regular counterparts, were chosen.
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  6. diclosing
    • 2009 August 1, “Second or third best is fine”, Toronto Star:
      Sandra Pupatello says diclosing executive salaries would scare away the best talent.
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  7. dolloped
    • 2009 August 1, Corey Mintz, “Union was worth the anxious wait”, Toronto Star:
      They are all steamed minimally, tossed with a bit of olive oil and salt and served on sharing plates, often piled high with yogurt-thickened potato salad (in which the chef finds a home for a harvest's worth of radishes) and perfect fries dolloped with lemony aioli.
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  8. duffles
    • 2009 August 1, Toronto Star[1]:
      Barcik's company makes a variety of bags for everyday functions, from the giant padded envelopes that keep your pizza warm on its delivery route to the heavy-duty duffles in which hockey players like the Ontario Hockey League's Soo Greyhounds tote their gear.
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  9. dumpsites
    • 2009 August 1, “More reflections on civic strike”, Toronto Star:
      'Unlike Windsor, Toronto chose to not allow private contractors to haul away garbage at night from the temporary dumpsites.
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  10. gastitudinal
    • 2009 August 1, “More reflections on civic strike”, Toronto Star:
      Mayor Miller should have had the gastitudinal fortitude to pull a Ronald Reagan on the union by firing all of them and then offering them their jobs back at half the current salary with no accrued sick days.
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  11. gonfalons
  12. grandis *
  13. grandparenting
    • 2009 August 1, Jennifer Wells, “David Miller finds little fault of his own in strike”, Toronto Star:
      Bruce Anderson said very clearly that grandparenting would be one of those options they would have to consider if they were going to get a settlement," recalls councillor Janet Davis, who sits on the committee. "
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  14. hardstone
    • 2009 August 1, Toronto Star[2]:
      If you can scratch the underside of your piece it's soapstone, which is a lot softer than hardstone.
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  15. hardstones
    • 2009 August 1, Toronto Star[3]:
      It's most likely soapstone, which appears very similar to some hardstones, like nephrite or jadeite, which the Chinese carved extensively.
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  16. interconnectible
    • 2009 August 1, Jennifer Brown, “Lighting sheds bright ideas on space”, Toronto Star:
      "I have an interconnectible LED light that was $75 that is a foot long but I could get a four-foot T5 fluorescent for $35 or $40," says Clowe.
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  17. kasbah
    • 2009 August 1, Toronto Star[4]:
      - Moroccan touch rocks the kasbah - Presto!
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  18. muhammar
    • 2009 August 1, Oakland Ross, “Following in Jesus's footsteps”, Toronto Star:
      I can recommend the spinach salad, as well as the muhammar, an Arab-style pizza topped with chicken and caramelized onions.
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  19. nikah
    • 2009 August 1, Andrew Chung, “Tragic love story emerges after Kingston deaths”, Toronto Star:
      Though there are reports the two were married, Hyderi told the Star the two only signed a nikah, or Islamic marriage certificate, but that a wedding did not take place.
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  20. palazzi *
  21. pentachlorohydrex
  22. recessionista
    • 2009 August 1, Vivian Song, “Frugal or cheap?”, Toronto Star:
      Financial insecurity has spawned trendy words like "frugalista" and "recessionista/recessionitis."
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  23. recessionitis
    • 2009 August 1, Vivian Song, “Frugal or cheap?”, Toronto Star:
      Financial insecurity has spawned trendy words like "frugalista" and "recessionista/recessionitis."
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  24. rollerball
    • 2009 August 1, Mary Ormsby, “A triumph for old (very old) media”, Toronto Star:
      Battering Underwood keys before upgrading to a Buick-like IBM rollerball typewriter, Wolfraim has tied families together on the 27-home street, near Kingston Rd. and Main St., through his newsletter since 1980.
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  25. schoolyardish
    • 2009 August 1, Jennifer Wells, “David Miller finds little fault of his own in strike”, Toronto Star:
      Mark Ferguson, coolly watching council's antics yesterday and they are plentiful and often embarrassingly schoolyardish credits the effectiveness of provincial mediators as being "instrumental" in ultimately aiding negotiations. "
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  26. slotback
    • 2009 August 1, Chris Zelkovich, “Looking to cause Bishop strife”, Toronto Star:
      Also out is veteran slotback Andre Talbot , who suffered torn ankle ligaments in Calgary.
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  27. stockcars
    • 2009 August 1, Trish Crawford, “Go topless this weekend”, Toronto Star:
      A mechanically gifted guy who used to drive stockcars as a hobby, O'Hearn says he always has a convertible. "
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  28. stupidist
    • 2009 August 1, “More reflections on civic strike”, Toronto Star:
      Michael Warren's rant posing as analysis is one of the stupidist pieces the Star has ever published.
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  29. tetrachlorohydrex
  30. timehonoured
    • 2009 August 1, Peter Goddard, “Landscapes subtly mix fact and fiction”, Toronto Star:
      Superficially, the results are entirely in line with landscape painting's timehonoured principal of "centre your interest," while keeping "your corners quiet," advice offered more than 150 years back by the greatest British landscape artist of the lot, J.M.W. Turner.
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  31. trichlorohydrex
  32. unclick
    • 2009 August 1, Peggy Mackenzie, “`Clinical' doesn't always mean better”, Toronto Star:
      Once you "click" you can't unclick, so either it smears on your clothes if you put it on in the morning or you waste it.
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  33. uncoincidentally
  34. vaporetto *

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