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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 2009-01-16 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-01-19).

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  1. antifundamentalism
  2. barebones
    • 2009 January 16, Mitch Potter, “U.S.A.'s ritual of democracy”, Toronto Star:
      Then, as now, a mere 35 words – the barebones oath of the presidency – is all the U. S. Constitution actually requires.
  3. bicoastal
    • 2009 January 16, Jason Anderson, “Notorious: Measure of B.I.G. missing”, Toronto Star:
      Knowledge of the ill will to come casts a shadow over scenes featuring the two MCs in happier days, long before the bicoastal feud that would poison their careers and culminate in the violent deaths of both men.
  4. endies
    • 2009 January 16, David Graham, “The Braiding Bunch”, Toronto Star:
      It will also sell you colourful chenille hair "endies" to hold the final bits together.
  5. hippocratic
    • 2009 January 16, “Nanotechnology oversight needed”, Toronto Star:
      However prevalent and beneficial nanotechnology is, researchers and product manufacturers should consider the precautionary principle – a sort of hippocratic oath, "first do no harm.
  6. interprovincial
    • 2009 January 16, Brian Hunt, “Interprovincial labour mobility, yes. Lower standards, no.”, Toronto Star:
      Yet in the shadow of all this, at the First Ministers' Meeting in Ottawa today, our premiers are expected to sign off on significant changes to the trade pact respecting interprovincial labour mobility for occupations and professions.
  7. kibbutzniks
    • 2009 January 16, Susan Walker, “When the kibbutz goes kaput”, Toronto Star:
      When a banker and a developer arrive to find that the commune has not been evacuated, the spirit of resistance is awakened in the old kibbutzniks.
  8. palmyra
    • 2009 January 16, “The two sides of Sri Lanka's violent struggle”, Toronto Star:
      We will conquer and ensure that the innocent Tamil diaspora will be able to go back to their roots and reunite with family in the peninsula scattered with palmyra fronds without fears of extortion by the Tamil Tigers.
  9. preem
    • 2009 January 16, Peter Howell, “We haven't changed, the world has, Redford tells Sundance opener”, Toronto Star:
      It has since grown into a world-class event attracting participation around the globe, and producing films capable of mainstream attention and awards action, as happened three years ago when Little Miss Sunshine went from its Sundance preem to a Best Picture nomination.
  10. shoutout
    • 2009 January 16, Ashante Infantry, “All hail rap's reigning king”, Toronto Star:
      There was also a thread of humility throughout, in his shoutout to God and consistent regard for fellow performers and fans.
  11. steeling
    • 2009 January 16, Mitch Potter, “Words that live in history”, Toronto Star:
      At the height of the Great Depression, Franklin Delano Roosevelt is credited with a steeling, visceral call to courage, saying: "This great nation will endure as it has endured, will revive and will prosper.