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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-07 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-07).

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6085 tokens ‧ 4455 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 1608 types ‧ 13 (~ 0.808%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-07[edit]

  1. acountry
    • 2009 September 7, “Rich subvert will of U.S. majority”, Toronto Star:
      Unfortunately, in acountry that prides itself in being greatest Democratic nation on Earth, the rich, the powerful and vested interest groups can manipulate the will of the majority.
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  2. dognitaries
    • 2009 September 7, Darelene Superville, “Bo knows the President's sneakers and socks”, Toronto Star:
      Now, the White House is distributing a Bo baseball card (whitehouse.gov/blog/Bo-The-Portrait-the-Baseball-Card/) that reveals, among other things, he can't swim and his goal is to become friends with foreign dognitaries.
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  3. expectorations -> expectoration
    • 2009 September 7, “Channel surfing”, Toronto Star:
      When Yankee pitcher Michael Dunn let fly with a mouthful of spit in Friday's game against the Jays, Sportsnet's Jamie Campbell told viewers, "He's a man of great expectorations."
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  4. inclinant *
    • 2009 September 7, Phil Booth, “Horoscopes for Monday, September 7”, Toronto Star:
      As they used to say, in ancient Rome, "Astra inclinant, non necessitant" – the stars give us a gentle nudge, but they do not frogmarch us down the road to our destiny.
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  5. necessitant
    • 2009 September 7, Phil Booth, “Horoscopes for Monday, September 7”, Toronto Star:
      As they used to say, in ancient Rome, "Astra inclinant, non necessitant" – the stars give us a gentle nudge, but they do not frogmarch us down the road to our destiny.
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  6. nubiles
    • 2009 September 7, Rosie DiManno, “Now Silvio Berlusconi crosses the Vatican”, Toronto Star:
      More simply, he's a horny old man whose wealth and power allow for the easy procurement of nubiles and ambitious women.
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  7. oubreak
    • 2009 September 7, Theresa Boyle, Toronto Star[1]:
      Unlike the oubreak in spring, parents will not be notified if a student in their child's school becomes ill.
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  8. psychopathologizing
    • 2009 September 7, Rosie DiManno, “Now Silvio Berlusconi crosses the Vatican”, Toronto Star:
      It's a pity that even satyric Italians are now subscribing to the psychopathologizing of lust, when every act outside the alleged norm is deemed worthy of intervention treatment by the Dr. Phils of the world.
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  9. rotis -> roti
    • 2009 September 7, “Channa masala”, Toronto Star:
      You can eat this as is, with dollops of plain yogurt, or with basmati rice, rotis or chapatis.
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  10. shawnemerriman
  11. slotback
    • 2009 September 7, Chris Zelkovich, “Rivals prepare for battle with plenty on the line”, Toronto Star:
      Then there's the Arland Bruce III sideshow, which has been anxiously waiting in the wings ever since the Argos sent the slotback down the QEW after a showdown with head coach Bart Andrus in July.
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  12. tweakings
    • 2009 September 7, Rosie DiManno, “Now Silvio Berlusconi crosses the Vatican”, Toronto Star:
      She, still a beauty at 50-plus, really had no need of Botox lip pillowing and other premature cosmetic tweakings that have disfigured a Raphaelite countenance.
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  13. uglies
    • 2009 September 7, Robert Cribb, “Rubbery cases for your loved one”, Toronto Star:
      Yet while the protection premise is solid, cellphone cases are often plagued with a bad case of the uglies.
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