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

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7897 tokens ‧ 5784 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 1944 types ‧ 23 (~ 1.183%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-09[edit]

  1. arseload
    • 2009 September 9, Ivy Knight, “newfoundlander's dictionary”, Toronto Star:
      After a supper of various preparations of garden veg, fresh pasta with chanterelles and butter and "an arseload of parmesan," we head outside to the bonfire.
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  2. ashe
    • 2009 September 9, Louise Brown, Toronto Star[1]:
      When dignitaries at the assembly cried "ashe," the Yoruba word for "amen," the audience called it back.
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  3. bookrunner
    • 2009 September 9, “Fairfax to raise $1B to reacquire Odyssey”, Toronto Star:
      Fairfax said it had entered into an agreement with a syndicate of underwriters co-led by CIBC, which will be the sole bookrunner, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Scotia Capital, for the $1 billion offering.
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  4. callover
  5. centage
    • 2009 September 9, Robert Benzie, “George Smitherman guns for David Miller”, Toronto Star:
      He also noted that it was soon after the recent municipal strike ended when Ipsos Reid polled 443 Torontonians for Global TV. The margin of error is plus or minus 4.7 per centage points 19 times out of 20.
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  6. chainsawing
  7. cobblestoned -> cobbleston
  8. craigs
    • 2009 September 9, Ivy Knight, “newfoundlander's dictionary”, Toronto Star:
      The scenery, all rocky craigs and windswept grassy vistas, would make any Goth kid with an interest in paganism totally freak out.
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  9. jigfest
    • 2009 September 9, Ivy Knight, “newfoundlander's dictionary”, Toronto Star:
      Waking up is hard to do after a Screech-in and a jigfest, but we do eventually and head out to Atlantica where the chefs hit the kitchen to start prepping for tonight's menu.
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  10. jiggery
    • 2009 September 9, Greg Quill, “The Beatles clean up nicely, mono or stereo”, Toronto Star:
      The Beatles' marketers have been particularly cunning, however, by banking on the belief that high-end audiophile consumers, collectors and true Beatles fans will eschew the stereo jiggery pokery for a boxed set of the Beatles' 10 original mono albums (up to and including The White Album) cleaned up, digitized and remastered in glorious mono.
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  11. melanoidin
  12. opinionators
    • 2009 September 9, Antonia Zerbisias, “Pro-Palestinian letter has uncovered debate”, Toronto Star:
      One can argue, as many opinionators have, that it's not really relevant that those former Arab villages – now part of greater Tel Aviv – were conquered by Jewish "resistance" fighters in Irgun and Haganah before the Jewish state of Israel was proclaimed in 1948.
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  13. pharmacare
    • 2009 September 9, Carol Goar, “Quebec shows the way on poverty”, Toronto Star:
      They include a universal $7-a-day child-care program, a pharmacare program, a generous parental leave program, a refundable tax credit for working parents and a growing stock of affordable housing.
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  14. pivnice
    • 2009 September 9, Rosie DiManno, “A student of Prague's lager rhythms”, Toronto Star:
      After that, we don't really remember much, except there was one bar called Hockey and a jazz club featuring gypsy new wave music and a narrow back-street pivnice, where we got our second wind.
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  15. pokery
    • 2009 September 9, Greg Quill, “The Beatles clean up nicely, mono or stereo”, Toronto Star:
      The Beatles' marketers have been particularly cunning, however, by banking on the belief that high-end audiophile consumers, collectors and true Beatles fans will eschew the stereo jiggery pokery for a boxed set of the Beatles' 10 original mono albums (up to and including The White Album) cleaned up, digitized and remastered in glorious mono.
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  16. possibilites
    • 2009 September 9, Rob Salem, “Song and dance and laughs dominate”, Toronto Star:
      One can't help but ponder the possibilites of Old Christine and Gary Unmarried getting together as a couple and merging the two shows into a full hour of bickering wedded bliss.
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  17. reinstitution
    • 2009 September 9, Tony Van Alphen, “Magna plant rejects CAW's no-strike contract”, Toronto Star:
      The first contract, which would have expired in November 2011, contained a cost-of-living allowance, $300 signing bonus, reinstitution of company pension contributions, better recall rights and other contract language that protects workers.
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  18. repolished -> repolish
    • 2009 September 9, Greg Quill, “The Beatles clean up nicely, mono or stereo”, Toronto Star:
      The new Beatles boxed set is a wonderful thing, containing some 217 songs repolished to crystalline perfection and reformatted deferentially into two audio channels without, for the most part, diminishing the enduring charm and excitement of the original versions of the songs, most of which were mixed and released in the single channel format, the standard format 40 years ago.
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  19. stepdancer
    • 2009 September 9, Ivy Knight, “newfoundlander's dictionary”, Toronto Star:
      We follow Stevie Lane, an old Irish stepdancer, who shuffles from bar to bar along the strip stopping in when the music calls him to bust out his step-dancing shoes.
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  20. stitchpunk
    • 2009 September 9, Peter Howell, “Movie 9 has genuine vision”, Toronto Star:
      No. 9 flees for his life, discovering a small band of stitchpunk survivors led by the understandably cynical and cautious No. 1 (Christopher Plummer), who takes a fatalist approach to the situation.
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  21. stitchpunks
    • 2009 September 9, Peter Howell, “Movie 9 has genuine vision”, Toronto Star:
      Both films feature zippered rag doll creations – "stitchpunks," as they're called – that are at once exotic while exhibiting human emotions.
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  22. toutons
    • 2009 September 9, Ivy Knight, “newfoundlander's dictionary”, Toronto Star:
      After a breakfast at the Beachy Cove Café that includes fried bologna and toutons (fried bread dough), I try to remember something Vokey said at the Screech-in.
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  23. zdravi

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