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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 2009-05-09 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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2009-05-09[edit]

  1. agiorgitiko
    • 2009 May 9, Gord Stimmell, “Vintage offerings that will dance on your palate”[1], Toronto Star:
      Monemvasia Maleatis 2005 $19.95 (Greece) This blend of Greek grapes mavroudi and agiorgitiko is stored in new mahogany barrels, which accounts for very intriguing nuances.
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  2. comte *
    • 2009 May 9, Corey Mintz, “Bistro's upscale menu takes flight”[2], Toronto Star:
      A cooked dough of semolina and milk (with a little comte cheese) is shaped, cut into a square and pan fried until a thick crust forms.
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  3. funnyism
    • 2009 May 9, Raju Mudhar, “Comic book central”[3], Toronto Star:
      If magical realism can be considered a catch-all genre, then Kate Beaton's cartooning output could probably best be described as "historical funnyism."
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  4. gamies
    • 2009 May 9, Stuart Laidlaw, “Couple held bake sales to pay for IVF”[4], Toronto Star:
      You don't have the right to the gamies of another."
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  5. jumpshooting
    • 2009 May 9, Antonio Gonzalez, “Howard dominates in rout of Celtics”[5], Toronto Star:
      Howard had four blocks in the first half, forcing the Celtics into a jumpshooting team much like the Magic did to win Game 1.
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  6. mavroudi
    • 2009 May 9, Gord Stimmell, “Vintage offerings that will dance on your palate”[6], Toronto Star:
      Monemvasia Maleatis 2005 $19.95 (Greece) This blend of Greek grapes mavroudi and agiorgitiko is stored in new mahogany barrels, which accounts for very intriguing nuances.
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  7. terribles *
    • 2009 May 9, Brett Popplewell Staff Reporter, “The politics of the nanny problem”[7], Toronto Star:
      It has been more than a year since Rob Lowe was accused of what he called "a vicious laundry list of false terribles" by his nanny.
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