User:Visviva/Toronto Star 20090115
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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-15 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-19).
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2009 January 15, John Terauds, “Reaching for the stars with out-of-this-world program”, Toronto Star:add
- One of Mackay's goals was to have the approximately 75 minutes of music played by heart, so that the musicians are free to move around the astrologically themed stage floor and into the audience.
2009 January 15, David Livingstone, “The queen of sweaters is hot in Paris”, Toronto Star:add
- In one vitrine, advertising images are propped against walls or placed flat on the floor, which makes for a puzzling perspective; in another, row after row of sweaters, difficult to tell apart, because there are no labels for explanation, just these laminated sheets in boxes on the walls, awkward in scale and impossible to read in the low light that is required for conservatorial purposes when costumes are on display.
2009 January 15, “UN vote provokes passion on both sides of the fence”, Toronto Star:add
- Canada's decision to stand against an attempt by Cuba, China, Egypt and other egregious human rights violators to condemn Israel at a UN Human Rights Council meeting should be a matter of national pride, not national handwringing.
2009 January 15, Nick Aveling, “Cold snap wreaking frosty havoc”, Toronto Star:add
- During the afternoon rush hour, Ontario Provincial Police responded to numerous collisions on highways 400 and 404 north of the city, including one crash that nearly shut down the 400 when a tractor-trailer jacknifed at Major Mackenzie Dr. By evening, most of the crashes were occuring on Highway 401, with at least one rollover on the ramp to the northbound 410.
2009 January 15, Jack Lakey, “Hiding under a cold tin truck is no way for a cat to spend the winter”, Toronto Star:add
- We pulled into a laneway at 496 Evans and drove to the back, where we could see many old trucks on the other side of a fence that surrounds a parking area behind the Queensway Truck Service Centre.
2009 January 15, Ashante Infantry, “The Wayne attraction”, Toronto Star:add
- VICES: Wayne, who's racked up arrests on marijuana and gun possession, says his beverage of choice is "sizzurp" – a cocktail of promethazine-codeine cough syrup and soda or fruit juice, which contributes to his high-all-the-time drawl.
2009 January 15, Raju Mudhar, “Farewell to eight years of comedy gold”, Toronto Star:add
- For stand-up, sketch and late-night talk shows, Bush has been comedy gold, so it's no surprise that comedians are jumping at their last chance to ridicule him before the so-far unmockable Barack Obama moves into the White House next week.