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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-11 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-11).

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2009-09-11[edit]

  1. acknowleged
    • 2009 September 11, Tony Van Alphen, “Stronach humble in victory”, Toronto Star:
      Stronach acknowleged he has come a long way from the young, hustling Austrian tool-and-die maker who started a shop in the Dufferin-Dupont streets area of Toronto during the 1950s.
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  2. cocktailer
    • 2009 September 11, Rob & Rita, “The Party Report”, Toronto Star:
      It was like first day back from camp yesterday at the Rosewater Supper Club for the TIFF kick-off cocktailer.
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  3. daybook
  4. enzert
    • 2009 September 11, Erin Kobayashi, “Good soles flourish in Ethiopia”, Toronto Star:
      Now a mother of two, she studied accounting at Ethiopia's Unity University College but grew up watching family members spin cotton on the enzert, a traditional hand-operated wooden spindle with no carbon emission.
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  5. fabulister
    • 2009 September 11, Leslie Ferenc, “Celebrity hunters snapping to it”, Toronto Star:
      Their system has garnered such choice photos as The Office fabulister Ricky Gervais, Jurassic Park star Sam Neill and Canada's own Paul Gross.
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  6. festing *
    • 2009 September 11, Rob & Rita, “The Party Report”, Toronto Star:
      Canadian cuties Emily Hampshire , who's festing Trotsky, and Kristin Booth , who's doing double duty with Crackie and Defendor, were lounging around the Tastemakers Lounge at the Intercontinental.
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  7. keeling
    • 2009 September 11, Jeffrey Gettleman, “`If nobody helps, I will die here'”, Toronto Star:
      The fabled game animals that safari-goers fly thousands of kilometres to see are keeling over from hunger and the picturesque savannah is now littered with an unusually large number of sun-bleached bones.
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  8. knobbiness
  9. maam *
  10. mispelled
  11. rehabilitator
  12. selate
    • 2009 September 11, Erin Kobayashi, “Good soles flourish in Ethiopia”, Toronto Star:
      Five years ago, Tilahun Alemu along with her husband and her brother, started soleRebels to re-imagine the selate shoe, a traditional Ethiopian design using a recycled tire sole.
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  13. smartmouth
    • 2009 September 11, Rob Salem, “New sitcom scores a touchdown”, Toronto Star:
      Add a skinny little smartmouth comic actor, wheelchair-bound since a 2001 motorcycle accident.
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  14. smoochers
  15. trainspotted
    • 2009 September 11, Rob & Rita, “The Party Report”, Toronto Star:
      Ewan McGregor was trainspotted at The Hazelton last night.
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  16. vaccum
    • 2009 September 11, Rob Salem, “New sitcom scores a touchdown”, Toronto Star:
      He will not remain in a vaccum this season – his Battlestar Galactica pal Jamie Bamber shows up in the season debut, with fellow Canadian BG star Michael Hogan soon to follow, and an episode or two featuring Whedon's Firefly waif and ex-Terminatrix Summer Glau.
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  17. wearables
    • 2009 September 11, “TIFF dailies”, Toronto Star:
      The freebies include consumables from Sexy Gourmet Food Co., wearables from Joe Fresh Beauty as well as local eco-label Guats and, uh, playables from board-game maker Mattel.
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