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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 2009-03-31 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-03-31).

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Contents

47268 tokens ‧ 34557 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6071 types ‧ 10 (~ 0.165%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-03-31[edit]

  1. archilaud
    • 2009, Greg Quill, DVD Pick of the week: Leonard Cohen[1]:
      At several points, he crouches like a supplicant before them mid-song, then bounces back to centre stage, wallowing in the euphoric effects of the music that surrounds him, a veritable symphony made up of austere Middle European folk forms blended with the Mediterranean warmth and gypsy soul of multi-instrumentalist Javier Mas' banduria, laud, archilaud and 12-string guitar; the jazz improvisations of wind-instrument virtuoso Dino Soldo; the funky R&B and romantic pedal steel licks of venerable guitarist Bob Metzger; the silky weave of backing voices provided by long-time collaborator Sharon Robinson; and more.
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  2. banduria
    • 2009, Greg Quill, DVD Pick of the week: Leonard Cohen[2]:
      At several points, he crouches like a supplicant before them mid-song, then bounces back to centre stage, wallowing in the euphoric effects of the music that surrounds him, a veritable symphony made up of austere Middle European folk forms blended with the Mediterranean warmth and gypsy soul of multi-instrumentalist Javier Mas' banduria, laud, archilaud and 12-string guitar; the jazz improvisations of wind-instrument virtuoso Dino Soldo; the funky R&B and romantic pedal steel licks of venerable guitarist Bob Metzger; the silky weave of backing voices provided by long-time collaborator Sharon Robinson; and more.
      add