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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 2009-01-17 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-01-19).
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2009, Maryclaire Dale, Andrew Wyeth, 91: Artist stirred controversy:add
- "One critic has called Wyeth the greatest living kitschmeister, while others have compared him to Edward Hopper or the 'Abstract Expressionists,'" said Milton Esterow, the editor and publisher of Artnews , which lavishly praised Wyeth's work in the 1950s but has since stayed on the sidelines.
2009, Mark Bittman, Stale spices, canned beans are no-nos for new year:add
- But some that you might think about using more frequently include cardamom (try a tiny bit in your next coffee cake, apple cake, spice cake or rice pilaf); ground cumin (a better starting place in chili – in fact, in many bean dishes – than chili powder); fennel seeds (these will give a Provençal flavour to any tomato sauce or soup; grind them first, or not); an assortment of dried chilies (I store them all together, because dried chipotles make the rest of them slightly smoky); fresh – or at least dried – ginger, which is lovely grated over most vegetables; pimenton, the smoked Spanish red pepper that is insanely popular in restaurants but still barely making inroads among home cooks; and good curry powder.