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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-14 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-14).

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42989 tokens ‧ 14 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 14 types ‧ 11 (~ 78.571%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-14[edit]

  1. chunka *
    • 2009 September 14, Rob & Rita, “The party report”, Toronto Star:
      And not because of the hunka chunka elevator operator/model Marko , underdressed in skivvies.
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  2. depriviation
    • 2009 September 14, Richard Ouzounian, “Devoted to a cause”, Toronto Star:
      "That kind of depriviation isn't even on our radar in North America, but in Africa it's the central preoccupation of many people's lives.
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  3. fixins
    • 2009 September 14, Rob & Rita, “The party report”, Toronto Star:
      Rob, meanwhile, wore his burger fixins on his shirt at the Hello!
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  4. glammed
    • 2009 September 14, Bruce DeMara, “Oprah Winfrey sees the precious in all of us”, Toronto Star:
      Carey, who dramatically glammed down to play a social worker, said a climactic scene in which Precious's mother is confronted about the abuse the young girl suffered was so difficult, she and the other actors cried between takes.
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  5. homerun
    • 2009 September 14, “Halladay pitch perfect”, Toronto Star:
      We went early so we could try to catch some homerun flies during batting practice.
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  6. hunka
    • 2009 September 14, Rob & Rita, “The party report”, Toronto Star:
      And not because of the hunka chunka elevator operator/model Marko , underdressed in skivvies.
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  7. manoeuvrings
    • 2009 September 14, Chantal Hébert, “NDP can expect a bumpy ride with Stephen Harper”, Toronto Star:
      T he immediate consequence of the high-wire political manoeuvrings of the past two weeks is that today MPs are returning to a destabilized Parliament.
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  8. megacrops
  9. rehabilitator
  10. sunsetted
  11. wishy
    • 2009 September 14, “Proudly display our history, CBC”, Toronto Star:
      As an Anglophone, I love my Quebec brothers and sisters and wouldn't want to hurt them, but do want to remind our young and the world that we are not so wishy washy a nation as our politeness and self-effacing would indicate.
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