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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-12 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-12).

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95660 tokens ‧ 38 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 38 types ‧ 34 (~ 89.474%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-12[edit]

  1. architectual
    • 2009 September 12, “Ex/article/693933 Has the Grand Old Lady become the Tired Old Lady?”, Toronto Star:
      Why not turn Ontario Place into a casino, build a classy hotel/nightclub on one of its parking lots along Lake Shore (and hold an architectual competition for the building so we get more than just another banal box), and then use a portion of the casino's annual income for a permanent capital fund to be used to upgrade the park and its family attractions, refurbish Cinesphere – and also to lower or eliminate the admission fee, which today is far too expensive for what you get for your money.
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  2. autobody
    • 2009 September 12, Iain Marlow, “Scrap fire gets shrugs from locals”, Toronto Star:
      The neighbourhood, just north and south from Dundas St. W. off Jane St., is an eclectic collection of working-class houses, restaurants and autobody shops.
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  3. awa *
    • 2009 September 12, Kenyon Wallace, “Gender issue opens old wounds”, Toronto Star:
      An autopsy revealed that Walsh, born Stanis{lstrok}awa Walasiewicz, was a hermaphrodite, having both female and male sexual organs, including a small penis.
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  4. bankerly
    • 2009 September 12, “David Olive's 10 recession winners”, Toronto Star:
      Tuesday will mark the anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the giant New York securities firm whose demise turned a bad case of bankerly jitters into a full-blown global financial meltdown.
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  5. biopsychology
    • 2009 September 12, Sarah Barmak, “This is your brain on Dan Brown”, Toronto Star:
      On the contrary, when researchers have given extra stimulation to the dopamine systems of rats or mice, through electrodes or genetic manipulation, the reaction is the opposite: "They'd run around like mice on cocaine, they'd pursue rewards very frantically," says Kent Berridge, a professor at the University of Michigan's affective neuroscience and biopsychology lab.
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  6. chemin *
    • 2009 September 12, “Just the facts”, Toronto Star:
      Le Nordik Nature Spa, 16 chemin Nordik, Chelsea, Que., 1-866 575-3700; www.lenordik.com
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  7. cocktailer
    • 2009 September 12, Rob & Rita, “The party report”, Toronto Star:
      Generational directors Ivan and Jason Reitman were guests of honour at a Board of Trade cocktailer yesterday to celebrate the launch of the Director's Edition Suites at the Festival Tower, the new digs of TIFF, where Reitman Sr. has booked a condo.
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  8. conservations *
    • 2009 September 12, Richard J. Brennan, “Inmates die as officials dither, watchdog says”, Toronto Star:
      "It is my great fear that inmates in federal custody will continue to die while people are holding polite conservations around these recommendations," Sapers said.
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  9. coscripted
  10. gamay *
  11. geogrid
    • 2009 September 12, Toronto Star[1]:
      It's so effective at holding soil together that I've even seen geogrid used alone to hold 20-foot high sheer faces of bare soil stable, with only a creeping mat of ivy consolidating the surface.
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  12. headcheese
    • 2009 September 12, Corey Mintz, “Gold where you least expect it”, Toronto Star:
      So what if the bartender doesn't know what any the charcuterie is, referring to the headcheese terrine as "cheese-head."
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  13. homestyle
    • 2009 September 12, “David Olive's 10 recession winners”, Toronto Star:
      This homestyle eatery, launched in 1987 and still run by Montreal's Cora Tsouflidou, 62, has been among Canada's fastest-growing restaurant operations through the recession, with 100 locations in Quebec, Ontario, Atlantic Canada and the Prairies.
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  14. hypem
    • 2009 September 12, John Sakamoto, “The Anti-hit list”, Toronto Star:
      Meanwhile, if you're new to Bergsman's oeuvre, don't miss her reinvention of Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine" (hypem .com/track/490893).
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  15. incomed
    • 2009 September 12, Jennifer Wells, “Revisiting recession's ground zero 1 year later”, Toronto Star:
      In the intervening months, the world has still not fully come to grips with a crisis that exposed the frail underpinnings of massive financial enterprises, of which Lehman was just one; that unspooled the skein of deal-making that forged the unlikeliest of connections between, say, modestly incomed minibond investors in Hong Kong and a Dutch bank now owned by a Scottish bank now being sued by investors in Singapore; and that tutored homeowners already deeply plunged in the sub-prime mortgage crisis on such esoterica as CDOs, ABSs and CLOs.
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  16. jilbab
    • 2009 September 12, Linda Gradstein, “With growing despair comes rising piety”, Toronto Star:
      There have been several reports about Hamas imposing an Islamic dress code in schools, insisting girls wear a head scarf and a jilbab, a long coat-like dress.
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  17. johnsewell
    • 2009 September 12, Toronto Star[2]:
      To submit an item to his column, go to the "Contact John" page at johnsewell antiques.ca.
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  18. lstrok
    • 2009 September 12, Kenyon Wallace, “Gender issue opens old wounds”, Toronto Star:
      An autopsy revealed that Walsh, born Stanis{lstrok}awa Walasiewicz, was a hermaphrodite, having both female and male sexual organs, including a small penis.
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  19. nabe
    • 2009 September 12, “TIFF dailies”, Toronto Star:
      "That's my home; that's my heart," he says of the west-Montreal nabe that he now calls home.
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  20. overidentification
    • 2009 September 12, Murray Whyte, “Puckish takes on Canada's sport”, Toronto Star:
      There's something being said here, about obsessive fandom and overidentification with, or against, your team, but the Calgary Flames fan in me just wants to drop the high and take the low at face value here for what it is: pure joy.
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  21. pansification
    • 2009 September 12, Damien Cox, “Were last year's Leafs as soft as Burke says?”, Toronto Star:
      W e know the trouble Mike Milbury got himself into last season for voicing concerns from his broadcasting pulpit about the "pansification" of the NHL.
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  22. preferrably
    • 2009 September 12, Daniel Girard, “De Guzman signing `dream come true'”, Toronto Star:
      While contract terms weren't disclosed, de Guzman earlier this summer turned down a two-year, $2.75 million (Canadian) offer in hopes of landing another job in Europe, preferrably Spain, where he played from 2005 through last season with Deportivo de La Coruna, in the country's premier league.
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  23. punnily
  24. rakunks
    • 2009 September 12, Vit Wagner, “The Year of the Flood, and fans with flu”, Toronto Star:
      We don't yet have rakunks – the half-raccoon, half-skunk crossbreeds of the author's fictional world – but scientists have bred goats with spider DNA in their genetic makeup.
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  25. recontextualization
    • 2009 September 12, John Sakamoto, “The Anti-hit list”, Toronto Star:
      "With a Little Help From Sublime" In a week in which we've been inundated by Beatles reissues, this unexpected recontextualization of "With a Little Help From My Friends" comes as a welcome tonic.
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  26. seco *
    • 2009 September 12, Corey Mintz, “Gold where you least expect it”, Toronto Star:
      On the side are corn chips topped with queso seco, a dry white South American cheese.
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  27. semillon
  28. simultaneal
    • 2009 September 12, Vit Wagner, “The Year of the Flood, and fans with flu”, Toronto Star:
      Atwood calls The Year of the Flood a "simultaneal," since the time frame overlaps with Oryx and Crake and some of the characters from that earlier book reappear.
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  29. slapstickiest
    • 2009 September 12, Cathleen Falsani, “The spirituality of the Coen brothers”, Toronto Star:
      Each of their films is marked by theological, philosophical and mythological touchstones that enrich even the slapstickiest moments.
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  30. streetway
  31. turblent
    • 2009 September 12, Tracy Hanes, “outings/article/693100 Rolling along at Wawa's Rock Island Lodge”, Toronto Star:
      Even when fall's winds grow chilly and the lake gets more turblent, paddlers and visitors still make the trek to Rock Island for the Surfing Superior Confluence kayak festival in early October or to get away from it all for a little storm watching.
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  32. unpublish
    • 2009 September 12, Kathy English, “Your past is just a click away”, Toronto Star:
      My research, which included a survey of more than 100 North American newspaper editors, looked at how newspapers are handling an increasing number of public requests to unpublish content.
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  33. unpublishing
    • 2009 September 12, Kathy English, “Your past is just a click away”, Toronto Star:
      The following are some unpublishing requests that have been considered in recent months by various North American newspapers, including the Star.
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  34. vavniks
    • 2009 September 12, Cathleen Falsani, “The spirituality of the Coen brothers”, Toronto Star:
      A Serious Man encapsulates all of the spiritual themes the Coens have examined in their past films and introduces audiences to one of the more intriguing (if little-known) theological notions from Judaism – that of the lamed vavniks, the 36 righteous souls in every generation upon whom the fate of the rest of the world rests.
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