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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-17 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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35932 tokens ‧ 26564 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5013 types ‧ 11 (~ 0.219%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-17[edit]

  1. atabaque
    • 2009 August 17, Debra Black, “Where kung fu meets hip hop”, Toronto Star:
      As they dance, a capoeirista beats the atabaque, a drum made of wood, rope and animal skin.
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  2. brethrens
    • 2009 August 17, Chantal Hbert, “Democracy demands BQ gets equity”, Toronto Star:
      But, by the same logic, it could be argued Quebec sovereignists have long been subsidizing the democratic institutions of the country their federalist brethrens hold so dear.
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  3. bulby
    • 2009 August 17, Lorraine Sommerfeld, “My frugal father taught us well”, Toronto Star:
      He would then run around the house looking for people to brush their teeth, because it dried up into a bulby mess in 10 minutes.
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  4. ecommerce
    • 2009 August 17, “The rise of `freeconomics'”, Toronto Star:
      There are dozens of ways that media companies make money around free content, from selling information about consumers to brand licensing, ``value-added subscriptions, and direct ecommerce.
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  5. golpe *
    • 2009 August 17, Debra Black, “Where kung fu meets hip hop”, Toronto Star:
      They perform a series of three moves: a golpe, or kick; a skiva, or dodging motion; and a shinga, a side-to-side motion.
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  6. perspectively
    • 2009 August 17, Rob Salem, “Small screen, small sound a better way to watch”, Toronto Star:
      That went out the window (my resolve, not the laptop) when I realized that its plasma screen cast an infinitely better picture than my old box set larger even, perspectively speaking, if I sat close enough.
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  7. reinvited
    • 2009 August 17, Pat Graham, “Lightning Bolt strikes 9.58”, Toronto Star:
      Then a group of athletes who were uninvited to the worlds by the country's track officials because they didn't participate in team training camp got reinvited at the request of international officials.
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  8. shinga
    • 2009 August 17, Debra Black, “Where kung fu meets hip hop”, Toronto Star:
      They perform a series of three moves: a golpe, or kick; a skiva, or dodging motion; and a shinga, a side-to-side motion.
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  9. skiva *
    • 2009 August 17, Debra Black, “Where kung fu meets hip hop”, Toronto Star:
      They perform a series of three moves: a golpe, or kick; a skiva, or dodging motion; and a shinga, a side-to-side motion.
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  10. troups
  11. vibing

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