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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-29 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-29).

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88482 tokens ‧ 65362 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 9277 types ‧ 41 (~ 0.442%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-29[edit]

  1. aspenridge
    • 2009 August 29, Toronto Star[1]:
      Call 905-508-8200 or visit aspenridge homes.com.
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  2. backroomer
  3. bumph *
    • 2009 August 29, Colin and Justin, Toronto Star[2]:
      Banish the bumph: Only retain that which you actually need.
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  4. chicharron
    • 2009 August 29, Leanne Davis, “Old 'hood transformed and so are its eateries”, Toronto Star:
      Pedro has ordered a plate from the Colombian stand that has a little of everything: beans, eggs, plantain, rice and a large, super crisp chunk of fried pork rind called chicharron that you have to gnaw on – there's no other way to eat it.
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  5. condominums
    • 2009 August 29, Ellen Moorhouse, Toronto Star[3]:
      Early in June, Naqvi, MPP for Ottawa Centre, took part in a panel on the HST at a well-attended meeting at two Scarborough condominums, the Gates of Guildwood.
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  6. crocosmias
    • 2009 August 29, Toronto Star[4]:
      How incredible crocosmias can be.
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  7. cumaru
    • 2009 August 29, Donna Laporte, Toronto Star[5]:
      Inside the dining room and lounge, cumaru, a rich, walnut coloured wood (a cousin to ipe) adds warmth, while the exposed ceiling is Douglas fir.
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  8. custumers
    • 2009 August 29, “Island tunnel: To build or not to build”, Toronto Star:
      Let us propose that a tunnel be built that can be used not only by Porter custumers, but by Toronto pedestrians and cyclists who wish to access the park and beaches immediately south of the airport.
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  9. digestate
    • 2009 August 29, Ellen Moorhouse, Toronto Star[6]:
      The new plant, like the existing one, will provide what's essentially a primary sewage treatment able to handle and strip out plastic and other contaminants, and the resulting digestate will be sent to privately owned facilities in Arthur or Niagara, where it's mixed with yard and leaf waste for composting (More on that later).
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  10. discretions -> discretion
    • 2009 August 29, Bob Aaron, “Historic house turns into 'renovation from hell'”, Toronto Star:
      "Ensure you have a design professional who understands zoning and discretions/relaxations ... and the various code alternatives available," he wrote to me in an email, "and get legal advice on the `security' of your encroachment."
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  11. dumpsites
    • 2009 August 29, Ellen Moorhouse, Toronto Star[7]:
      We ended up with 20,000 tonnes of garbage dropped off at 26 temporary dumpsites and seven transfer stations.
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  12. eucharist *
    • 2009 August 29, Nicole Winfield, “Berlusconi begs off mass where sin forgiven”, Toronto Star:
      The Catholic Church doesn't permit divorce, and people who remarry and consummate their new marriages are considered to be living in sin, and thus ineligible to receive the eucharist.
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  13. flipnote
    • 2009 August 29, Darren Zenko, “Free download animates the DSi”, Toronto Star:
      Through a third party, Japanese community portal Hatena, flipnote makers can freely upload, download, edit, share, rate and comment on their and others' work.
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  14. flipnotes
    • 2009 August 29, Darren Zenko, “Free download animates the DSi”, Toronto Star:
      You can even embed your flipnotes in webpages, or post them to that terrifying den of weirdoes and crazies, Facebook.
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  15. floorplate
    • 2009 August 29, Donna Laporte, Toronto Star[8]:
      The narrow floorplate allows for natural ventilation, augmented by air-conditioning tucked away behind wooden slats.
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  16. foc *
  17. fois *
    • 2009 August 29, Caroline Mallan, “A bite at the museum”, Toronto Star:
      The starter list includes warm fois gras, wild mushroom soup and a simple tart with fresh peas and lardons of salty ham and cream cheese.
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  18. frutta *
    • 2009 August 29, Corey Mintz, “Splendido: new owners, still gorgeous food”, Toronto Star:
      In the end, the mostarda di frutta is dabbed on a plate with five other elements – so much effort to produce a complex flavour that is fated to be underappreciated.
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  19. garrigue
  20. gooky
    • 2009 August 29, Stephanie Dickison, Toronto Star[9]:
      ``I picked this up, got my hands all gooky, got the wood on it, then I slid it in, and then I clamped it into place.
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  21. hydraulophone
    • 2009 August 29, John Terauds, “Water organ inventor goes with the flow”, Toronto Star:
      During a weather-challenged Toronto summer, it may be easy to overlook how a hydraulophone offers a way to combine outdoor playtime with music.
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  22. hydraulophones
    • 2009 August 29, John Terauds, “Water organ inventor goes with the flow”, Toronto Star:
      Mann has been working on a wide variety of hydraulophones – some use reeds; an early version uses conical pipes like a church organ's.
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  23. icebreaking
    • 2009 August 29, PAUL WATSON, “The Canadian Tire of the North”, Toronto Star:
      During the Arctic oil rush of the 1970s, when oil companies fantasized about sending huge, icebreaking tankers laden with crude through the Northwest Passage, Resolute suddenly went from a frigid backwater to one of the busiest air hubs in the country, Kristjanson says.
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  24. inservice
    • 2009 August 29, “Partnering on early childhood education”, Toronto Star:
      There is a wide range of pre-service, inservice and graduate options in the area of early child development research and education.
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  25. jardin *
    • 2009 August 29, Caroline Mallan, “A bite at the museum”, Toronto Star:
      Le jardin du Petit Palais , 1, avenue Dutuit; 01 40 07 11 41.
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  26. judical
    • 2009 August 29, THOMAS WALKOM, “Harper speaking to Canada's dark side?”, Toronto Star:
      As a judical inquiry eventually found, Canadian officials working for that same Liberal government were complicit in the torture abroad of three other Canadians: Abdullah Almalki, Ahmad El-Maati and Muayyed Nureddin.
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  27. kalamata
  28. loup *
    • 2009 August 29, Caroline Mallan, “A bite at the museum”, Toronto Star:
      Le Saut du loup , restaurant at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs 107, rue de Rivoli, 01 42 25 49 55.
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  29. mostarda *
  30. parm
  31. pennywise
  32. ruthclarkecentre
    • 2009 August 29, Judy Steed, Toronto Star[10]:
      Presented by myself and Toronto psychotherapist Mary Armstrong – to improve memory, reduce stress and enhance the aging process – Soul Spa, plus Boot Camp for the Brain, will be in Port Hope at the Ruth Clarke Centre on Sept. 11 (phone 905-885-2228, ask for Amy, or email ruthclarkecentre @porthope.ca , ), and at the Metro Central YMCA on Friday Nov. 6.
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  33. saxman
  34. sealift
    • 2009 August 29, PAUL WATSON, “The Canadian Tire of the North”, Toronto Star:
      As a picture of the next year's operations emerges, sealift operations begin to get the warehouse resupplied with fuel, dry goods and heavy equipment.
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  35. seekh
  36. shuckers -> shucker
  37. spuma *
    • 2009 August 29, Corey Mintz, “Splendido: new owners, still gorgeous food”, Toronto Star:
      Still, you can always split a dessert when it is as spectacular as light Frangelico spuma resting on top of heavy dark chocolate and coffee pudding, separated by broken bits of biscotti.
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  38. squiggliness
    • 2009 August 29, Darren Zenko, “Free download animates the DSi”, Toronto Star:
      Frames may be copy and pasted – which speeds up the process, but loses the delightful organic squiggliness of hand-traced frames – and rearranged on a timeline.
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  39. tandoors
    • 2009 August 29, Leanne Davis, “Old 'hood transformed and so are its eateries”, Toronto Star:
      The meat here is halal and marinated in yogurt and spices for at least 24 hours before it is cooked in the two tandoors, or giant clay ovens, in the kitchen, which patrons in the dining room can see through a pane of glass.
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  40. textblocks
    • 2009 August 29, Michael Agger, “What your emails say about you”, Toronto Star:
      The originators of these textblocks – the employees whose content gets used over and over again – are arguably the ones making the biggest impact on the organization.
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  41. walkoff

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