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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-03 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-03).

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55173 tokens ‧ 39774 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6766 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.355%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-03[edit]

  1. avelengths
    • 2009 September 3, Peter Goddard, “Sculptors of screen”, Toronto Star:
      avelengths is the Toronto International Film Festival's annual nod to the international film avant-garde and its love of challenging subject matter and mind-melting visual jazz.
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  2. bergin
    • 2009 September 3, Richard Ouzounian, “Tainted loves”, Toronto Star:
      One has dialogue as sparkling as champagne; the other is like a double shot of straight bourbon (or bergin, as one of Albee's characters once called it).
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  3. bissett
    • 2009 September 3, Vit Wagner, “Turning the page on indie bookstores”, Toronto Star:
      The event, followed by a party at Supermarket in Kensington, will feature readings by bill bissett, Lee Ann Brown, Eileen Myles and Stuart Ross, with music by Jowi Taylor, creator of the Six String Nation guitar.
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  4. collabs
    • 2009 September 3, Raju Mudhar, “FROM SLEAZY TO SWEET”, Toronto Star:
      His latest release is full of A-list musical collabs, with tracks that are burning up clubs around the world.
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  5. estheticians
    • 2009 September 3, David Livingstone, “Coup for Shoppers Drug”, Toronto Star:
      Services include those provided by staff pharmacists and estheticians.
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  6. greenspaces
  7. kabang
    • 2009 September 3, Danielle Wong, “Six years later, another murder”, Toronto Star:
      At that moment, she heard four or five shots go "kabang!" said Burnett, who lives in a unit at 30 Blake St.
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  8. kwe
  9. mintue
    • 2009 September 3, Chris Young, “Soccer fans dig deep for reserves”, Toronto Star:
      Oliveira set up 21-year-old Keirrison, and Pinto scored the winner in the 58th mintue before Argentine Javier Saviola applied the coup de grace in the 72nd minute.
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  10. mleczny
    • 2009 September 3, Magda Konieczna, “What to do with Warsaw's `palace'?”, Toronto Star:
      The milk bar (bar mleczny) – a worker-oriented cafeteria – was a staple of Communist times.
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  11. moralpolitik
    • 2009 September 3, Olivia Ward, “Can soccer unite bitter enemies?”, Toronto Star:
      "It's a classic case where Turks and Armenians must confront realpolitik, with moralpolitik lurking largely in the background," said Shirinian.
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  12. nauseum
    • 2009 September 3, “Where did civil service ethics go?”, Toronto Star:
      Public funds are squandered on honeymoons, lingerie, alcohol, untendered contracts to cronies, the list goes on ad nauseum.
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  13. ombud *
    • 2009 September 3, Paul Hunter, “Kelly frustrated by vocal critics”, Toronto Star:
      Eric Lindros resigned as the association's ombud in February because he didn't see eye-to-eye with Kelly.
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  14. ommonwealth
    • 2009 September 3, Garth Woolsey, “This week in the CFL”, Toronto Star:
      Coming off their come-from-behind 38-35 win over the Stampeders at ommonwealth Stadium three weeks ago, have the Eskimos established the upper hand in the Battle of Alberta?
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  15. oropportunity
  16. outdoorswoman
  17. paseo *
    • 2009 September 3, Jim Byers, “New York's High Line park is a garden of sinful delights”, Toronto Star:
      The High Line in just a few months has become a de rigueur spot in Manhattan; a no-cost ribbon of nature during the day and a place where New Yorkers do the equivalent of an Italian or Spanish paseo at night.
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  18. prudeness
  19. radiotherapeutics
    • 2009 September 3, Madhavi Acharya-Tom Yew, “MDS sells key units; will focus on isotopes”, Toronto Star:
      That will leave MDS to focus solely on its Nordion unit, whose three core business lines are processing medical isotopes for diagnostic imaging, sterilization technologies, and radiotherapeutics, which are used for cancer therapy.
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  20. shawarmas
    • 2009 September 3, Nick Kyonka, “Michael Bryant's enchanted evening, until the drive home”, Toronto Star:
      After paying $15 for a pair of shawarmas and two iced teas, the couple would have sat at the rickety plastic tables on the eatery's outside patio – its only seating area – just metres away from the bustling College St. sidewalk.
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  21. sherwani
    • 2009 September 3, Adrian Brijbassi, “Vancouver chef reinvents Indian food”, Toronto Star:
      Dressed in a sherwani (a long, coat-like garment), Vij hustles to tables to chortle with some diners, serve others and coach a few through the process of eating Indian food.
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  22. slotback
    • 2009 September 3, Garth Woolsey, “This week in the CFL”, Toronto Star:
      Calgary slotback Nik Lewis, who had 118 yards on five catches vs. Toronto, was named offensive player of the week.
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  23. subspires
    • 2009 September 3, Magda Konieczna, “What to do with Warsaw's `palace'?”, Toronto Star:
      Looking up at its super-human scale allegorical statues and series of spires and subspires, one can't help but feel a sense of awe.
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  24. wiat

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