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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-19 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-19).

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90631 tokens ‧ 44 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 44 types ‧ 40 (~ 90.909%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-19[edit]

  1. ammunitions
    • 2009 September 19, Michelle Shephard, “Where extremists come to play”, Toronto Star:
      "Abu Jandal," Soufan said, using al Bahri's nom de guerre, "gave us extensive information on Osama bin Laden's terror network, structure, leadership, membership, security details, facilities, family, communication methods, travels, training, ammunitions and weaponry, including a breakdown of what machine guns, rifles, rocket launchers and anti-tank missiles they used.
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  2. anthony
    • 2009 September 19, Ashante Infantry, “A transgender twist on Secrets”, Toronto Star:
      trey anthony is the creator of the award-winning `da Kink in My Hair, which was the first Canadian production staged at the Princess of Wales Theatre and has also been mounted in San Diego and London and adapted for television.
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  3. balabusta
    • 2009 September 19, Francine Kopun, “Older woman with younger man gaining acceptance”, Toronto Star:
      "I was a bit of a mama's boy, and Pam was a balabusta," says Shawn, using the Yiddish word for a woman at the heart and hearth of a home to explain his feelings for Pam, a stay-at-home mom with a jewellery business at handtoheart.ca.
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  4. bencher
    • 2009 September 19, Mary Ormsby, “Do-good doc just what party ordered”, Toronto Star:
      Verbal attacks are part of the legislative routine and Hoskins, who government insiders say is eventually bound for cabinet, will likely be given time as a back bencher to absorb his surroundings "before (he) can be eaten up" by media and the opposition, said Paul Martin's former chief of staff, Tim Murphy.
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  5. bikeshare
    • 2009 September 19, “Will licences, helmets make cycling safer?”, Toronto Star:
      Much remains to be done, but the bikeshare scheme – impossible with a helmet law – has contributed to a qualitative leap in the number of people commuting to work, school and activities by bicycle, in normal city clothing.
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  6. butchy
    • 2009 September 19, Ashante Infantry, “A transgender twist on Secrets”, Toronto Star:
      The part is being played by Samson Brown, who trey knew as a butchy female poet always nagging her for a role – and who happened to be in the process of becoming a man by the time Secrets auditions were being held.
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  7. candombe
    • 2009 September 19, Julia Steinecke, “Rhythm of the ages”, Toronto Star:
      The Posada al Sur guesthouse (www.posadaalsur.com.uy) offers tours of Barrio Sur and Palermo with information on candombe and the communities that create it.
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  8. cheapshot
    • 2009 September 19, Paul Hunter, “Leafs crank up power”, Toronto Star:
      Adams received a five-minute major and the Leafs, while general manager Brian Burke fumed at the cheapshot, fired in three consecutive power-play goals during the lengthy man advantage to erase a 2-0 Pittsburgh advantage.
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  9. chico *
    • 2009 September 19, Julia Steinecke, “Rhythm of the ages”, Toronto Star:
      Then, the boom of the low piano drum builds a foundation for the higher beats of the chico and repique.
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  10. comparsas
    • 2009 September 19, Julia Steinecke, “Rhythm of the ages”, Toronto Star:
      Some comparsas have websites with videos and details of their meeting places at www.lamelaza.com , www.latangocandombe.com , www.cuareim1080.com.uy .
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  11. covergirl *
    • 2009 September 19, Derick Chetty, “All that glitters”, Toronto Star:
      The evening had most of the right ingredients, including supermodel Coco Rocha as host of the evening, MTV host and Vogue covergirl Alexa Chung as DJ, and a performance by achingly cool band The Stills.
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  12. dernier *
    • 2009 September 19, “Looking forward to the stages”, Toronto Star:
      Complementing this are two Kudelka masterworks, rarely seen in Toronto – the touching duet Soudain, l'hiver dernier and much celebrated In Paradisum.
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  13. dieffenbachia
  14. disenchantments
  15. drenchingly
    • 2009 September 19, Gord Stimmell, “More than port from Portuguese vineyards”, Toronto Star:
      Beringer 2005 Alluvium Red (#393447, $49.95, 91) is a drenchingly rich compote of cassis, coconut, and black cherry complexity from Lotusland.
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  16. dumpsite
    • 2009 September 19, Carola Vyhnak, “Ground for concern”, Toronto Star:
      "How do you dig up any soil, put it in a truck and move it to a dumpsite without any dust?
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  17. espcially
    • 2009 September 19, “More views on cycling”, Toronto Star:
      If cyclists are against this kind of education and identification, espcially in the heavy traffic areas, they should be banned.
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  18. gelateria *
  19. glueless
    • 2009 September 19, Toronto Star[1]:
      It now comes in glueless "click" installation system, and is available in 24 colours.
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  20. gochujang
  21. harmolodics
    • 2009 September 19, “Looking forward to the stages”, Toronto Star:
      The Texas native, who also plays violin and trumpet, is a true living legend noted for turning away from the traditional use of chords and harmonies, and naming his approach to group improvisation "harmolodics."
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  22. himnot
    • 2009 September 19, Ken Gallinger, “Love for a child comes second to family ties”, Toronto Star:
      Foster-parenting means taking a vulnerable, often damaged little person into your home and life, offering himnot only food and shelter but also nurture, discipline and direction – all the while knowing that he could be gone at any time.
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  23. interracially
    • 2009 September 19, Ashante Infantry, “A transgender twist on Secrets”, Toronto Star:
      The youngest of six children has encountered disapproval from his sisters for dating interracially.
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  24. jambing
    • 2009 September 19, “Will licences, helmets make cycling safer?”, Toronto Star:
      The result is a pleasant bike ride with less exhaust fumes, lots of room for cyclists to pass one another, separated bike and car traffic, no "door jambing," a calmer interaction when cars and cyclists do meet, and a whole network of small businesses that serve the cyclist commuter population.
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  25. jatoba
    • 2009 September 19, Toronto Star[2]:
      In hardwood, Cote has seen a shift to darker tones, exotic woods such as jatoba and "anything renewable" or with a reclaimed or recycled look.
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  26. lustres *
    • 2009 September 19, Toronto Star[3]:
      Platinum was used to produce silver lustre, while gold was used to create the pink and copper lustres.
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  27. lustreware
    • 2009 September 19, Toronto Star[4]:
      My grandmother gave me a number of pieces of lustreware, including this cup and saucer.
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  28. minifilms
    • 2009 September 19, Peter Goddard, “TIFF nurtures its crossover capital”, Toronto Star:
      Imaginary Lovers by Don McKellar, ending today at the Stephen Bulger Gallery, encapsulates the film-art connection in the form of a series of cellphone-shot minifilms, each fashioned as the sort of visual love letters that pop up these days on any smartphone's screen.
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  29. monterey
  30. napa *
  31. peackeeper
  32. pointgetter
    • 2009 September 19, David Grossman, “Pro dream alive and kicking”, Toronto Star:
      The CFL's amateur scouting bureau pegged him among the top 15 university players this season in a report released a few days ago and he's the top pointgetter in the CIS with 33 in two games.
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  33. rendezevous
    • 2009 September 19, Peter Howell, “Monet fans rush in to see home that inspired his art”, Toronto Star:
      The town folds its petals so firmly, it's difficult to get a restaurant meal after 8 p.m., even at the former Hotel Baudy, site of many a Monet family gathering and American artist rendezevous.
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  34. repatriable
    • 2009 September 19, RITA TRICHUR, “Banking on India”, Toronto Star:
      Both the funds and interest are repatriable, meaning they can always be brought back to Canada.
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  35. repique *
    • 2009 September 19, Julia Steinecke, “Rhythm of the ages”, Toronto Star:
      Then, the boom of the low piano drum builds a foundation for the higher beats of the chico and repique.
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  36. somyeon
    • 2009 September 19, Corey Mintz, “Swish by Han not quite the spice of life”, Toronto Star:
      Shreds of ribeye beef sitting alongside chilled, somyeon noodles with lots of citrus and a splash of sesame oil ($10) is another winner.
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  37. spidey
    • 2009 September 18, John Moore, “Comforts and creatures in Costa Rica”, Toronto Star:
      Seasoned nature-types might snicker in contempt, but for a rain forest rookie, it's a sensory orgy: Sight, sound, smell, emotion and perception all challenged and evaluated ... sometimes passing, sometimes failing (remember spidey?) but always exciting and engaging.
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  38. swishifying
  39. troopmates
    • 2009 September 19, Tonda MacCharles, “Mounties celebrate the 'ladies' of Troop 17”, Toronto Star:
      But in a candid conversation with the Toronto Star, nine of her troopmates admitted life in the RCMP was, and for many still is, a hard slog.
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  40. weatherworn
    • 2009 September 19, Amy Laughinghouse, “From a holy hangout to a jailhouse that rocks”, Toronto Star:
      Among the remaining relics are the prison's original wooden doors, weatherworn shutters, and a column bearing a poignant carving dated 1935 with a loved one's name accompanied by an arrow through a heart.
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