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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-10 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-10).

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53918 tokens ‧ 33 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 33 types ‧ 30 (~ 90.909%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-10[edit]

  1. crocosmias
    • 2009 September 10, Toronto Star[1]:
      How incredible crocosmias can be.
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  2. cubanelle
  3. desserttruck
    • 2009 September 10, Jennifer Bain, “Poutinerie celebrates curd on the street”, Toronto Star:
      In New York City, mobile vendors like "desserttruck" tweet updates such as "We won't be opening tonight because of a sucky weather forecast ..."
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  4. dogpaddling
    • 2009 September 10, Amy Rosen, “Rafting Manitoba's Bloodvein River”, Toronto Star:
      Some are dogpaddling fully clothed while others wear pretty two-piece bathing suits and polish up on their backstroke.
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  5. gamelin
    • 2009 September 10, Gaston Lacombe, “Haunting sounds from the depths of the Earth”, Toronto Star:
      As the guide flips the switch, the hammers strike the rock blades to produce a haunting sound, similar to bells or an Indonesian gamelin.
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  6. hughsroom
    • 2009 September 10, “Critics' choice”, Toronto Star:
      Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St. W. $22 at hughsroom .com or 416-531-6604.)
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  7. humilating
    • 2009 September 10, “A battle to remember”, Toronto Star:
      Instead of a re-enactment, there will be a reading of the FLQ manifesto on the battlefield site this weekend – as if to suggest that the battle was a humilating event.
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  8. khaek
    • 2009 September 10, CAROLINE STAUFFER, “Indian flavours of Bangkok”, Toronto Star:
      And Thai-Indian marriages, once a rarity, are now more common as Thais shed some once strongly held prejudices against the immigrants who were referred to as ``khaek," or guests, as in "unwelcome guests.
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  9. khon
    • 2009 September 10, CAROLINE STAUFFER, “Indian flavours of Bangkok”, Toronto Star:
      The khon – a popular, dramatic form of Thai classical dance – tells the stories of the Ramayana, an ancient Hindu epic.
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  10. kogibbq
    • 2009 September 10, Jennifer Bain, “Poutinerie celebrates curd on the street”, Toronto Star:
      In Los Angeles, roving Korean-style taco vendors like "kogibbq" have more than 42,000 followers and have made nearly 3,000 tweets.
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  11. lenshounds
    • 2009 September 10, “Lenshounds fly high at air show”, Toronto Star:
      A tip of the hat to your newspaper's lenshounds and their first-class job in capturing the essence of the CNE air show.
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  12. minude
  13. moud *
  14. nationallly
    • 2009 September 10, Toronto Star[2]:
      The 1998 survey was sampled 424 parents nationallly, considered accurate within 4.9 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.
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  15. phentermine
  16. rehabilitator
    • 2009 September 10, Barbara Turnbull, “Refuge let animals die, workers say”, Toronto Star:
      Cynthia Post, a veterinarian and licensed wildlife rehabilitator who runs Procyon Wildlife Veterinary and Rehabilitation Services in Tottenham, stopped working with Aspen Valley because she disagreed with its rehab practices.
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  17. revelleries
    • 2009 September 10, Derick Chetty, “Celeb photog George Pimentel chronicles film festival stars”, Toronto Star:
      George Pimentel, the celebrated celeb photographer, will be at the red-carpet premieres, movie-star news conferences, parties, after-parties and even the secret late- night revelleries – to document the beautiful and bold-face names that come to town.
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  18. seebs
  19. shisk
    • 2009 September 10, Nicole Baute, “One big food fight over one little letter”, Toronto Star:
      Salam, who moved to Canada from the Palestinian Territories five years ago, says he sank $14,000 into menus and signs for his restaurant, which serves halal shawarma, shisk taouk and, of course, falafel, and registered with the city.
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  20. siduation
  21. sportsbook
    • 2009 September 10, Dave Perkins, “Danger lurks as NFL owners pull plug on agreement”, Toronto Star:
      The can't-miss moments in the ever-expanding world of sports gambling include the first two days of March Madness, Breeders' Cup afternoon and hammering the "over" in the Lakers game late at night in a Vegas sportsbook when you're playing out the string after enjoying a dozen High Lifes.
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  22. sprawly
    • 2009 September 10, Toronto Star[3]:
      They appear in great clusters on a sprawly plant that doesn't get as big and bossy as many other tomatoes.
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  23. steamies
    • 2009 September 10, Jennifer Bain, “Poutinerie celebrates curd on the street”, Toronto Star:
      The kitchen has two industrial deep fryers, a steamer (watch for hot dogs done Montreal-style as "steamies"), two fridge/freezers and plenty of counter space.
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  24. sterning
    • 2009 September 10, Amy Rosen, “Rafting Manitoba's Bloodvein River”, Toronto Star:
      And while I am, admittedly, sterning our canoe like a drunken sailor, I am also getting us to where we are headed.
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  25. suckhole
    • 2009 September 10, Amy Rosen, “Rafting Manitoba's Bloodvein River”, Toronto Star:
      "And you don't want to go that way," he says, wagging his finger to the left, "or you'll end up in that suckhole."
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  26. taouk
    • 2009 September 10, Nicole Baute, “One big food fight over one little letter”, Toronto Star:
      Salam, who moved to Canada from the Palestinian Territories five years ago, says he sank $14,000 into menus and signs for his restaurant, which serves halal shawarma, shisk taouk and, of course, falafel, and registered with the city.
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  27. uncomfy
    • 2009 September 10, Peter Howell, “The rising star of Jason Reitman”, Toronto Star:
      But the funky and uncomfy theatre at Ryerson U screened Reitman's feature debut Thank You for Smoking at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2005 and his Oscar-blessed Juno in 2007, and that means something to Reitman.
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  28. underwritershave
    • 2009 September 10, “WestJet to raise $172 million”, Toronto Star:
      The underwritershave also been granted an over-allotment option for an additional two million shares that if fully exercised would bring the financing to $172.5 million.
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  29. warbrobe
  30. whad

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