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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 2009-03-07 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-03-07).

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2009-03-07[edit]

  1. backsplit
    • Template:start year}2009, Chris Mills, “Raise a glass to energy-efficient homes”[1], Toronto Star:
      Mountainview's first phase includes 20 bungalow, bungalow with loft, backsplit and two-storey designs ranging from 1,162 square feet to 2,383 square feet, all on 40-foot lots.
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  2. chancey
    • Template:start year}2009, Carol Perehudoff, “Old Montreal's a seductive mix of hip and historic”[2], Toronto Star:
      Life was chancey and daily chores a grind.
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  3. cumbersomely
    • Template:start year}2009, Lynda Hurst, “Parlez vous Globish? Probably, even if you don't know it”[3], Toronto Star:
      In Globish, you'd say (rather more cumbersomely) "the other children of my mother and father."
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  4. demisemiseptcentennial
    • Template:start year}2009, Royson James, “Our diverse city has a lot to brag about”[4], Toronto Star:
      And in the City Hall rotunda, ringed with captivating black and white images from another time in our history, voices are heard above the din of the city's demisemiseptcentennial birthday party.
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  5. expectorations
    • Template:start year}2009, Gord Stimmell, “A sacrifice, yes, but somebody's got to do it”[5], Toronto Star:
      I taste every wine and, in the course of two hours, fill and empty five stainless steel milkshake containers with my not-so-great expectorations.
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  6. homefries
    • Template:start year}2009, Corey Mintz, “School Bakery and Cafe gets an A+”[6], Toronto Star:
      homefries spliced with yams and, unfortunately, a sad, wilted fruit salad – the fate of mixing fruits and forcing them to share close quarters for more than five minutes.
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  7. liveability
    • Template:start year}2009, Royson James, “Our diverse city has a lot to brag about”[7], Toronto Star:
      Toronto is 175 years old, it is ranked fifth in the world for liveability and second as a business travel destination (the Economist Intelligence Unit, 2007), and it was named last year as one of Foreign Policy magazine's top 10 global cities.
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  8. livres *
    • Template:start year}2009, Carol Perehudoff, “Old Montreal's a seductive mix of hip and historic”[8], Toronto Star:
      I may not have a 50 livres dowry from the king (or more if I were a fille de qualité) but I can offer Mark a cup of hot chocolate at an illuminated bar that glows like a blue slab of ice.
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  9. macasar
    • Template:start year}2009, Colin and Justin, “Colin and Justin: From bad-oir to boudoir”[9], Toronto Star:
      From exotic hardwoods (such as macasar and ebony) to readily available genus such as pine, these guys are top notch.
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  10. moonglow
    • Template:start year}2009, Donna Jean MacKinnon, “Brewing some great artwork at ground level”[10], Toronto Star:
      Conceptual artist and lighting expert Adrian Göllner and Moore collaborated on the "moonglow" blue lighting that illuminates the portico-style walkway and the fence.
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  11. papad
    • Template:start year}2009, Lucy Corne, “Grand trunks: Celebrating the elephants of Jaipur”[11], Toronto Star:
      As I attempted to hit a six with a half-full bottle of mineral water, a papad vendor approached us to laugh at our cricketing abilities.
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  12. parmigiano *
    • Template:start year}2009, Gord Stimmell, “A sacrifice, yes, but somebody's got to do it”[12], Toronto Star:
      LCBO # 595389 Food suggestion: Beef carpaccio with parmigiano shavings.
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  13. stickered
    • Template:start year}2009, Rita Zekas, “Quick change into eclectic bargains”[13], Toronto Star:
      A pair of flawless, fully-lined black sequined skinny pants is stickered at a mere $49.
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  14. systemize
    • Template:start year}2009, Lynda Hurst, “Parlez vous Globish? Probably, even if you don't know it”[14], Toronto Star:
      Given the disdain most French hold for the dominance of English today in everything from trade to tourism, it's ironic that it's a Frenchman who's trying to systemize a "decaffeinated" version of it.
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  15. thingee
    • Template:start year}2009, Peter Goddard, “Outsider artists go back a ways”[15], Toronto Star:
      He shows off a metal thingee titled "Mary." "
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  16. townloft
    • Template:start year}2009, Donna Jean MacKinnon, “Brewing some great artwork at ground level”[16], Toronto Star:
      That's how developer G.P. Di Rocco describes the new artworks that enhance The Met, a condominium and townloft complex on Carlton St. and historical Granby St.
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  17. townlofts
    • Template:start year}2009, Donna Jean MacKinnon, “Brewing some great artwork at ground level”[17], Toronto Star:
      One of the installations, by artist Marlene Hilton Moore, involves an 40-foot, LED lit walkway that connects the condos at 21 Carlton with the Granby townlofts.
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