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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 2009-08-26 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-26).

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51625 tokens ‧ 37907 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6443 types ‧ 12 (~ 0.186%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-26[edit]

  1. allicin
    • 2009 August 26, Susan Sampson, “Touring Ontario's West Coast”, Toronto Star:
      The "neck" is not soft and braidable, the cloves are big and fat, there's a round basal plate at the root, and the content of allicin (a healthful compound) is five times that of offshore garlic, Rowe boasts.
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  2. andare *
    • 2009 August 26, “Let it rain”, Toronto Star:
      The unisex rainboots, designed in Japan and manufactured in China, come in green, navy, black and merlot andare available at both Getoutside locations, 437 Queen St. W. and 3456 Yonge St. for $99.99.
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  3. bloomy
  4. braidable
    • 2009 August 26, Susan Sampson, “Touring Ontario's West Coast”, Toronto Star:
      The "neck" is not soft and braidable, the cloves are big and fat, there's a round basal plate at the root, and the content of allicin (a healthful compound) is five times that of offshore garlic, Rowe boasts.
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  5. hardneck
    • 2009 August 26, Susan Sampson, “Touring Ontario's West Coast”, Toronto Star:
      Rowe says China produces 65 per cent of the world's garlic and floods our markets with it, but local, hardneck garlic is superior.
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  6. manchego
    • 2009 August 26, Josh Rubin, “Victory for U.S. pilsner”, Toronto Star:
      Food pairings: Feta, aged manchego cheese, grilled sardines, smoked oysters
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  7. perfumey
    • 2009 August 26, Josh Rubin, “Victory for U.S. pilsner”, Toronto Star:
      Prima has an almost perfumey, spicy aroma, and a distinctly bitter finish.
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  8. rainboots
    • 2009 August 26, “Let it rain”, Toronto Star:
      The unisex rainboots, designed in Japan and manufactured in China, come in green, navy, black and merlot andare available at both Getoutside locations, 437 Queen St. W. and 3456 Yonge St. for $99.99.
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  9. stubborness
  10. uncoverage
  11. unemphatically
    • 2009 August 26, Robert Crew, “Return to India a voyage of discovery”, Toronto Star:
      The talented cast, led by Majumdar and Mengesha, is strong, while director Guillermo Verdecchia handles proceedings calmly and unemphatically.
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