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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 2009-09-27 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-09-27).

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44757 tokens ‧ 16 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 16 types ‧ 14 (~ 87.5%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-09-27[edit]

  1. airmunition
    • 2009 September 27, Tonda MacCharles, “RCMP faces its problems head-on”, Toronto Star:
      A separate "airmunition" firing range helps greenhorns perfect their marksmanship, using laser weapons with a third of the recoil and all of the pop of a standard 9-mm Smith and Wesson.
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  2. braintrust
    • 2009 September 27, Paul Hunter, “Monster slams the door on Wings”, Toronto Star:
      Good timing, as the Leafs' braintrust was to sit down post-game and work towards the roster that will open the season at home Thursday against Montreal.
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  3. centrepoint
    • 2009 September 27, Murray Whyte, “Art of future past”, Toronto Star:
      Its ruins became a centrepoint of their practice for years, as they "excavated" their destroyed works, sifting the debris for fragments of their own significance.
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  4. clanists
  5. eries
    • 2009 September 27, “Issues to debate in mayoral race”, Toronto Star:
      But it is still well short of its ultimate goal (70 per cent diversion), and a recent Star series raised serious questions about the recycling program that ought to be addressed.
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  6. fagioli *
    • 2009 September 27, Toronto Star[1]:
      Bruno's got the look of a man who's thinking about life without a basket of bread on the dinner table or the wife's pasta fagioli.
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  7. formfulness
    • 2009 September 27, Ryan Bigge, “A snapshot carousel delivers in increments”, Toronto Star:
      Given that Turner's previous book, The Pornographer's Poem, most closely resembled a traditional novel, 8 x 10 can be read as an apology for his daring to veer so close to formfulness.
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  8. kajillionaires
  9. lockpicking
    • 2009 September 27, Ryan Bigge, “A snapshot carousel delivers in increments”, Toronto Star:
      Even after re-reading 8 x 10 with the specific intent of lockpicking the literary mechanisms that unite this carousel of text, I am unable to either locate or articulate the source of Turner's magic.
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  10. rippingly
    • 2009 September 27, Emily Donaldson, “Of life and dying”, Toronto Star:
      By the time Suddenly truly hits its stride about halfway through, my assumed resentment had given way entirely to admiration for Burnard's rippingly good characters and the deep intelligence with which she treats her ostensibly difficult subject.
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  11. schlockey
    • 2009 September 27, Murray Whyte, “Art of future past”, Toronto Star:
      The Pavillion, described by Bronson in frieze magazine as a "(semi) fictional museum" meant to house what would surely become the group's terribly significant oeuvres, existed briefly, in pieces, or simply in their imagination – a schlockey, self-actualized goal emblematic of a certain kind of success.
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  12. scrapbooky
    • 2009 September 27, Ryan Bigge, “A snapshot carousel delivers in increments”, Toronto Star:
      The scrapbooky style of Hardcore Logo and the memoir-slash-screenplay format of American Whiskey Bar demonstrate his ability to successfully deliver a story in jigsaw increments.
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  13. unsequential
    • 2009 September 27, Ryan Bigge, “A snapshot carousel delivers in increments”, Toronto Star:
      Like a Kodak Carousel slide projector (immortalized by Don Draper during Season One of Mad Men), 8 x 10 consists of a series of 70 or so unsequential snapshots, each briefly projected and described.
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  14. winterlike
    • 2009 September 27, Andrew Chung, “Moammar Gadhafi backs out of St. John's visit”, Toronto Star:
      As St. John's, Nfld., was bundling up under winterlike temperatures, residents learned Gadhafi's mysterious visit to their city was cancelled.
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