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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-01-14 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-01-19).

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49563 tokens ‧ 37629 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6354 types ‧ 45 (~ 0.708%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-01-14[edit]

  1. awwing
    • 2009 January 14, Bageshree Paradkar, “Deepika Padukone no daddy's girl”, Toronto Star:
      After some umming and awwing, she mentions Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and George Clooney, "because of the way they look.
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  2. booziness
  3. cooktops
    • 2009 January 14, Kim Honey, “Induction burners not just for top chefs any more”, Toronto Star:
      Now Nandalal estimates that a quarter of cooktops Tasco sells in the $2,400 range are heated by induction, while 45 per cent are gas and 30 per cent are electric.
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  4. daycares
    • 2009 January 14, Donovan Vincent, “Lead taints city's water”, Toronto Star:
      In 2007, the ministry ordered all Ontario schools and daycares built before 1990 – the year lead solder was banned – to run taps daily for at least five minutes.
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  5. electromagnetics
    • 2009 January 14, Kim Honey, “Induction burners not just for top chefs any more”, Toronto Star:
      She had been waiting patiently for months for the installation of the $2,000, four-burner KitchenAid unit, which relies on electromagnetics to heat the contents of a pot.
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  6. expirations
  7. fingerlike
    • 2009 January 14, Habeeb Salloum, “The rise of the eggplant”, Toronto Star:
      From large and round to egg-shaped, to small and thin and even fingerlike, eggplants have been catching on in Toronto kitchens.
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  8. keytarist
    • 2009 January 14, “Croonin' Leonard Cohen”, Toronto Star:
      50 before fees); local keytarist Lights plays the Phoenix ($15); U. S. hard-rockers Mudvayne hit the Sound Academy on Feb. 24 ($34.
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  9. looniness
    • 2009 January 14, Rosie DiManno, “Canada a voice of integrity at UN”, Toronto Star:
      Canada has hung in, with deep reservations, purportedly to try to inject some level-headedness into the council's chronic looniness.
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  10. mixmaster
  11. overtaxation
    • 2009 January 14, Carol Goar, “Tax cuts: the third-best alternative”, Toronto Star:
      We should remove the burden of overtaxation to encourage independence, initiative, family and hard work because they are the very core of what drives and enriches Canadian lives.
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  12. popsters
    • 2009 January 14, “Croonin' Leonard Cohen”, Toronto Star:
      50); former Damien Rice backup singer Lisa Hannigan goes solo at the Mod Club on March 1 ($15); Brit popsters Bloc Party , already at the Kool Haus on March 14, add a March 13 date ($35); ex-Primus veteran Les Claypool brings Saul Williams to the Guvernment on March 24 ($36.
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  13. provincialist
  14. provincially
    • 2009 January 14, Chantal Hébert, “Tories see opportunity in regulator feud”, Toronto Star:
      Earlier this week, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty confirmed he is ready to run with the recommendations of a blue-chip advisory committee and introduce legislation to replace Canada's provincially based financial regulatory network with a national body.
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  15. restos
    • 2009 January 14, “Drake expands comfort zone”, Toronto Star:
      For instance, nine out of 10 restos in Toronto may offer Caesar salad, but "it's still about how you make it.
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  16. scrubeenie
    • 2009 January 14, Rosie DiManno, “Small fixes needed on the way to Olympics”, Toronto Star:
      But Buttle went on to capture the world title shortly after in Sweden in a memorable week for Canada and Chan had some scrubeenie missteps on the international stage.
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  17. umming
    • 2009 January 14, Bageshree Paradkar, “Deepika Padukone no daddy's girl”, Toronto Star:
      After some umming and awwing, she mentions Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and George Clooney, "because of the way they look.
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  18. unreflectively
    • 2009 January 14, “Canada's lone Gaza vote”, Toronto Star:
      From the moment he took office, Harper has been unreflectively pro-Israel, unwilling to ask whether it might sometimes be wrong.
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  19. unrepentantly
    • 2009 January 14, Thomas Walkom, “Khadr fails to evoke sympathy”, Toronto Star:
      His mother and older sister, while not the monsters that much of the media portray them to be, remain unrepentantly sympathetic to jihadist politics.
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  20. wifelike

Sequestered[edit]

  1. dubbel - Dutch only??
    • 2009 January 14, Josh Rubin, “Dutch Trappist brews divinely inspired”, Toronto Star:
      Most Trappist breweries (and Trappist-inspired Abbey breweries) have a dubbel and tripel in their range, in ascending order of strength.
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  2. enkel
  3. tripel
    • 2009 January 14, Josh Rubin, “Dutch Trappist brews divinely inspired”, Toronto Star:
      Most Trappist breweries (and Trappist-inspired Abbey breweries) have a dubbel and tripel in their range, in ascending order of strength.
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