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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-13 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-13).

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44217 tokens ‧ 28 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 28 types ‧ 24 (~ 85.714%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-13[edit]

  1. anthemics
2009 September 13, “Ben Rayner's reasons to live”, Toronto Star:
Elephantine, all-engulfing guitar overload that still has enough contemporary for-the-lads anthemics going for it that the Twilight Sad could soon be huge in its native U.K. Part of me suspects that, were it not for the deafening volume at which the band attacks each song, these Scots could easily be lumped in with the earnest Coldplay/Snow Patrol/Keane set, but Forget the Night Ahead frequently suggests what might have transpired if Kevin Shields had signed on as a guitarist during Joy Division's later years.

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  1. babelicious
2009 September 13, Rob & Rita, “The party report”, Toronto Star:
Among the pretties in short and tight clothing: babelicious Rachelle Lefevre (famously bounced from the Twilight sequel) and Mena Suvari .

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  1. beddie
2009 September 13, Rob & Rita, “The party report”, Toronto Star:
The joint was jumping but our joints weren't – in the words of Leonard Cohen, "we ached in the places where we used to play" – so it was off to beddie bye, and our meat-induced nightmares.

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  1. blondetourage
2009 September 13, Rob & Rita, “The party report”, Toronto Star:
Party of the second part was the Park Hyatt Roof lounge where Nikki Beach (a "lifestyle brand" which does beach club concepts at venues – as opposed to some new member of the blondetourage) has taken over a section thereof to host parties, this one for A Sealed Fate.

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  1. cytoadherence
2009 September 13, Matthew Hart, Toronto Star[1]:
The rosettes in turn stick to the blood vessels' walls in a condition known as cytoadherence.

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  1. davidbowie
2009 September 13, Malene Arpe, “Pop goes the week”, Toronto Star:
This week in animals 1) Brad Pitt reportedly spends $100,000 building a run for his children's gerbils. 2) Tom Selleck is awarded nearly $190,000 when a jury finds he was duped into buying a lame horse. 3) A newly discovered giant yellow spider is named Heteropoda davidbowie. 4) Aubrey O'Day says her dog enjoys being dyed green or blue. 5) Nicolas Cage will star in The 'Hungry Rabbit Jumps. 6) The world's largest rat is discovered in Papua New Guinea. 7) The giant rat is named Jon Gosselin.

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  1. ewok
2009 September 13, “The week's best invented words”, Toronto Star:
"I always switch to the nerd-person when discussing the finer points of ewok economics."

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  1. luvvvvv
2009 September 13, Malene Arpe, “Off the rack: Entertainment”, Toronto Star:
It was luvvvvv.

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  1. meanad
2009 September 13, “TV tonight: Five worth watching”, Toronto Star:
Tapped out: Michelle Forbes as Maryann – recently revealed as a killer creature called a "meanad" – prepares for her ultimate bestial sacrifice.

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  1. microprotozoans
2009 September 13, Matthew Hart, Toronto Star[2]:
They were looking for the microprotozoans associated with malaria.

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  1. monetizer
2009 September 13, cathal kelly, “Jeremy Gutsche: Mister chaos”, Toronto Star:
At this point, traffic is the greatest monetizer for Trendhunter.

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  1. nerdball
2009 September 13, “TIFF dailies”, Toronto Star:
And I am a Lord of the Rings nerdball."

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  1. oralist
2009 September 13, Lynda Hurst, “Red Riding Hood's not out of the woods yet”, Toronto Star:
Jack Zipes, one of the world's most eminent fairy tale authorities, certainly is, though he's already famously rooted in the oralist camp.

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  1. overarchingly
2009 September 13, Emily Donaldson, “A battle-weary Canuck cowers under the volcano”, Toronto Star:
Although short for a novel at slightly more than 200 pages, The Fallen feels broad and ambitious – but never overarchingly so, which is why it works so well.

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  1. plaground
2009 September 13, Debra Black, “Baby steps toward a more peaceful world”, Toronto Star:
"The message to every child on the plaground or those who heard about what happened: You make fun of my friend and you make fun of me.

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  1. resifted
2009 September 13, cathal kelly, “Jeremy Gutsche: Mister chaos”, Toronto Star:
They are sifted by the Trendhunter staff, repackaged, resifted and posted – 100 of them each and every day.

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  1. sardined
2009 September 13, Rob & Rita, “The party report”, Toronto Star:
Feels weird not to be sardined in with Citytv Schmoozers for their traditional Friday night fest fêtes.

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  1. talab
2009 September 13, Rick Westhead, “India: Will the tap run dry?”, Toronto Star:
Last year, the villagers of Purkhawas expanded a "talab," an improbably expansive pond now three metres deep that stretches for kilometres.

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  1. talabs
2009 September 13, Rick Westhead, “India: Will the tap run dry?”, Toronto Star:
Harish, whose foundation provides villages with some of the building costs for tankas and talabs, grins as she relates the story.

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  1. tankas
2009 September 13, Rick Westhead, “India: Will the tap run dry?”, Toronto Star:
Harish, whose foundation provides villages with some of the building costs for tankas and talabs, grins as she relates the story.

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  1. terrifiying
2009 September 13, Rob Salem, “The laughs are back on Sunday night TV”, Toronto Star:
Dexter (Sept. 27, 10 p.m. on TMN): The fourth season gives Dexter a baby son, and a new adversary in John Lithgow, truly terrifiying as a considerably less restrained and infinitely sicker serial killer.

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  1. trendhunted
2009 September 13, cathal kelly, “Jeremy Gutsche: Mister chaos”, Toronto Star:
Bartz had trendhunted the joint a year earlier.

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  1. wheres
2009 September 13, Rob & Rita, “The party report”, Toronto Star:
Star wheres

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  1. yupo

|passage=When everyone was in place, an official stood and formally opened the meeting by calling: "Kiruani yupo?" }

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