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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-15 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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82437 tokens ‧ 61038 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 8773 types ‧ 36 (~ 0.41%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-15[edit]

  1. abilitty
    • 2009 August 15, Corey Mintz, “Montreal: The capital of heart-stopping cuisine”, Toronto Star:
      My abilitty to read the French menu is limited, so I'm pleasantly surprised by the array of meats and vegetables (including a fat nugget of sweetbreads) artfully composed over a canvas of creamed polenta and caramel-y jus ($16).
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  2. baaaah
    • 2009 August 15, Adrien Veczan, “New Zealand offers rural respite”, Toronto Star:
      Peaceful is the best way to describe it: no cellphones or email, just a "baaaah" here and there.
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  3. batterymate
    • 2009 August 15, Mark Zwolinski, “Halladay's all business against Rays”, Toronto Star:
      Then there was that home run by Halladay's former batterymate, a transgression that could be brought up in the so-called Kangaroo Court, a private session among players where they place certain game incidents on trial and fine the guilty parties.
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  4. betties
    • 2009 August 15, MARK BITTMAN, “Fruitier pie without the tricky part”, Toronto Star:
      Over the years, I've described cobblers, crisps, betties, free-form tarts and just about everything else I could think of to keep people from having to tackle the classic pie.
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  5. coywolf
  6. coywolves
    • 2009 August 15, Carola Vyhnak, “Meet the coywolf”, Toronto Star:
      Colleague Paul Wilson, a wildlife genetics specialist, says the genetic gumbo from which coywolves emerge produces some that are more wolf-like, while others have more coyote characteristics.
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  7. crocosmias
    • 2009 August 15, Toronto Star[1]:
      How incredible crocosmias can be.
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  8. deadstock
    • 2009 August 15, Carola Vyhnak, “Meet the coywolf”, Toronto Star:
      Coyotes are attracted by pet food and garbage left lying around in urban areas, and deadstock on farms.
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  9. finetuning
    • 2009 August 15, Toronto Star[2]:
      But in truth, instead of working I'm finetuning my next garden/work project, waiting for the break in the weather come spring.
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  10. gooped
  11. hardwares
    • 2009 August 15, Toronto Star[3]:
      You see we'd much rather look at ordered lines, beautiful cabinet fronts and interesting hardwares than an assembly of buttons and dials on clapped out cookers and fridges.
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  12. hotelling
  13. hydroelecric
    • 2009 August 15, Tyler Hamilton, “Ontario's electricity output falls”, Toronto Star:
      OPG's electricity generation during the quarter was 20.9 terawatt-hours; 47 per cent came from regulated and unregulated hydroelecric generation and 44 per cent from nuclear.
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  14. inquel
  15. inquels
    • 2009 August 15, Vit Wagner, “Estate-sanctioned sequels breathe new life into classic titles”, Toronto Star:
      The additions, which started rolling out 13 years after Herbert's death in 1999, include prequels, sequels and "inquels" the term Herbert and Anderson use to describe books that fill in narrative gaps in the original series.
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  16. laidlaw
    • 2009 August 15, stuart laidlaw faith, Toronto Star[4]:
      stuart laidlaw faith
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  17. lightsabres
    • 2009 August 15, Marc Saltzman, “Xbox Live drops new ways to shop”, Toronto Star:
      Along with new clothing and accoutrements (ranging from cellphones and lightsabres to masks and basketballs), you can also earn avatar items by playing specific games.
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  18. monarda
    • 2009 August 15, Toronto Star[5]:
      I have big clumps of shasta daisies, rudbeckias, phlox and monarda, things like that.
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  19. nauseum
    • 2009 August 15, Daniel Dale, “Meme of the week: Death Panel”, Toronto Star:
      Senior Republican senator Chuck Grassley defended the claim, former presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani refused to reject it, and angry conservatives repeated it ad nauseum at town hall meetings.
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  20. onditioner
    • 2009 August 15, Nancy Cawley, “A monumental tribute to `Uncle Ho'”, Toronto Star:
      The only sounds were the shuffle of feet and the low, near inaudible hum of an air onditioner.
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  21. perfumey
  22. pervvy
  23. philosopy
    • 2009 August 15, Nancy Cawley, “A monumental tribute to `Uncle Ho'”, Toronto Star:
      For 30 years, he roamed the world, reading widely, learning Marxist-Leninist political philosopy, and becoming fluent in several languages.
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  24. prophylax
    • 2009 August 15, Theresa Boyle, “Hospitals stockpile flu drugs for staff”, Toronto Star:
      "Our thought was we could purchase and hope because there is an element of insurance here that we could prophylax our staff and get through till such a time that a vaccine became available."
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  25. rechargeables
    • 2009 August 15, Ellen Moorhouse, Toronto Star[6]:
      RBRC now collects rechargeables through many retailers.
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  26. renos *
    • 2009 August 15, Toronto Star[7]:
      The report further notes that the HST will likely reduce the volume of reno activity, costing precious jobs, while exposing homeowners to the liabilities and risk of conducting renos without a contract.
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  27. rudbeckias
    • 2009 August 15, Toronto Star[8]:
      I have big clumps of shasta daisies, rudbeckias, phlox and monarda, things like that.
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  28. shasta
    • 2009 August 15, Toronto Star[9]:
      I have big clumps of shasta daisies, rudbeckias, phlox and monarda, things like that.
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  29. skat *
  30. stuart *
    • 2009 August 15, stuart laidlaw faith, Toronto Star[10]:
      stuart laidlaw faith
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  31. theatorium
    • 2009 August 15, Eric Veillette, “A night at the 'theatorium'”, Toronto Star:
      A true Canadian success story, Jule and Jay Allen established their first "theatorium" in Brantford in 1907.
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  32. tokidoki
    • 2009 August 15, Marc Saltzman, “Xbox Live drops new ways to shop”, Toronto Star:
      Dress up your avatar, a customizable character that lives on Xbox Live, with the aid of the new Avatar Marketplace, an online shopping mall packed with outfits and accessories from fashion brands (Adidas, Quiksilver, Roxy, tokidoki, Steampunk) and video games (Halo 3, Fable II, The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition, Gears of War 2 and Splinter Cell Conviction).
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  33. transpeople
    • 2009 August 15, Julia Steinecke, “Border skirmishes”, Toronto Star:
      "Travelling for transpeople is always fraught with uncertainty," says Nicole Nussbaum, a lawyer in London, Ont., "especially when they're crossing international borders."
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  34. turnable
    • 2009 August 15, Toronto Star[11]:
      Forget a movable feast these are movable feats: malleable armrests; fold-out footstools; turnable chairs; different seat sizes; adjustable backrests and seat depths; and integrated sleeping functions.
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  35. underexperienced
    • 2009 August 15, Corey Mintz, “Montreal: The capital of heart-stopping cuisine”, Toronto Star:
      After I finally relent, one friend tells me that a single visit isn't good enough, that my inability to sample enough of the menu will leave me disappointed; overstuffed but underexperienced.
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  36. wishy
    • 2009 August 15, Toronto Star[12]:
      Nothing wishy washy...", they'd reminded us, as we cast through our book of designer spells, "and absolutely nothing middle of the road."
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