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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 2009-01-21 issue of the Toronto Star.

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50031 tokens ‧ 38192 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6266 types ‧ 35 (~ 0.559%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-01-21[edit]

  1. brack *
    • 2009, Worldwide hopes soar for Obama's presidency[1]:
      They also baked a special round fruitcake, locally called a "brack," to sell for the occasion – with Obama's picture on the wrapping.
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  2. mirudangam
    • 2009, Joe Fiorito, Tamil dance fine gesture even for our crop of snow[2]:
      They said, "The music is made with the flute, the violin, and the drum or mirudangam – you can think of it as tablas.
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  3. sprinklered
    • 2009, Kenyon Wallace, Lives 'at risk' with lax laws on sprinklers[3]:
      "If you went back 14 years and look at all the retirement homes that have been rebuilt and redone ... think of how many we'd have sprinklered today," Boyes said.
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  4. thirupathakam
    • 2009, Joe Fiorito, Tamil dance fine gesture even for our crop of snow[4]:
      They said, "This gesture is called thirupathakam ; if you do it with two hands raised high, it is a tree; you can also use it as a flag, or as a crown, or to show a king.
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