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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-14 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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55953 tokens ‧ 41466 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6796 types ‧ 18 (~ 0.265%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-14[edit]

  1. blogospheric
    • 2009 August 14, DAvid Olive, “Immediacy revs up growing danger of getting facts wrong”, Toronto Star:
      The traditional newspaper reporter, magazine writer, Lord help us, novelist, turns life's events "into something more solid, and lasting, and rewarding" than the blogger's "torrent of blogospheric insights."
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  2. cavilled
  3. chrono *
  4. columning
    • 2009 August 14, Jim Coyle, “Going from pulp to friction”, Toronto Star:
      Why anyone would willingly give up newspaper columning to take on anything like a real job is a puzzler.
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  5. dishee
    • 2009 August 14, Jim Coyle, “Going from pulp to friction”, Toronto Star:
      That anyone would willingly swap being the disher of easy criticism, second-guessing, amateur psychoanalysis, pious lectures and sundry other grief to become the dishee is probably cause for an intervention.
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  6. disher
    • 2009 August 14, Jim Coyle, “Going from pulp to friction”, Toronto Star:
      That anyone would willingly swap being the disher of easy criticism, second-guessing, amateur psychoanalysis, pious lectures and sundry other grief to become the dishee is probably cause for an intervention.
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  7. dj *
  8. dumpsite
    • 2009 August 14, “Dumping on dumpsites”, Toronto Star:
      It is a difficult balancing act that is best shielded from political interference: if one councillor succeeds in stopping a dumpsite, others will surely feel pressured to follow suit.
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  9. dumpsites
    • 2009 August 14, “Dumping on dumpsites”, Toronto Star:
      Former dumpsites are now being cleaned and restored to their original condition.
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  10. ecosex
    • 2009 August 14, Erin Kobayashi, “The virtues of non-toxic sex toys”, Toronto Star:
      But as the women build their online store with close to 60 different ecosex products, they realize that certain goods are not available to Canadians, such as biodegradable condoms made in the U.S.
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  11. hinterlanders
    • 2009 August 14, Jim Coyle, “Going from pulp to friction”, Toronto Star:
      For starters, even Liberals with a sense of mischief in the riding formerly represented by Michael Bryant should consider voting for Levy if only to enjoy the delicious spectacle of an urbane gay Jew trying to get comfy in a PC caucus dominated by hinterlanders nostalgic for the 19th century.
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  12. pree *
    • 2009 August 14, “A little late, but worth the wait”, Toronto Star:
      The conversation was with a Palm public relations person who, it turns out, was offering a chance to test the Pre (pronounced "pree") for a week.
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  13. smokeshop
    • 2009 August 14, “Record lottery jackpot grips Italy's neighbours”, Toronto Star:
      Besides the free seats, the winners were treated to a heaping plateful of pasta, a cup of espresso and the opportunity to buy Superenalotto tickets at a smokeshop in the Milan airport before returning home directly.
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  14. smoulderingly
  15. stinkpot
    • 2009 August 14, Tess Kalinowski, “Why our turtles are in trouble”, Toronto Star:
      Ontario turtles at risk : Spotted turtle; Blanding's turtle; spiny soft-shell turtle; stinkpot, also known as the common musk turtle; wood turtle; map turtle; snapping turtle.
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  16. taskless
    • 2009 August 14, Jim Coyle, “Going from pulp to friction”, Toronto Star:
      Of course, the real lottery winners were the likes of former TV journos Jim Munson, Mike Duffy and Pamela Wallin who started out with the stress of daily deadlines and ended up with the taskless thanks and veritable cash-for-life of Senate seats.
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  17. worksharing
    • 2009 August 14, Diane Finley, “360 hours not a magic number for EI benefits”, Toronto Star:
      We extended EI benefits by five weeks, expanded the worksharing program, currently protecting the jobs of more than 150,000 Canadians, and have made the largest investments in skills training in our history to help Canadians get back into the workforce.
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  18. zipline
    • 2009 August 14, Peter Enav, “Typhoon victims hauled to safety”, Toronto Star:
      Soldiers in fatigues and heavy gloves resorted to using a makeshift zipline to haul survivors from the village of Sinkai over the Ba Si Lan River where the bridge was wiped out.
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