User:Visviva/Toronto Star 20090126
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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-26 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.
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2009 January 26, Brian McAndrew, “Middaugh shooting for title defence as first step toward Vancouver Games”, Toronto Star:add
- Middaugh has earned $26,600 on the cashspiel circuit this season and ranks sixth on the World Curling Tour money list without winning an event.
2009 January 26, Kristin Rushowy, “Specialized schools seen as fix to falling enrolment”, Toronto Star:add
- • Launching a hotline for moneysaving tips.
2009 January 26, Richard J. Brennan, “Harper accused of ditching principles to keep power”, Toronto Star:add
- It's constantly a question of scorekeeping as to what you have to trade off to accomplish whatever your overall goal is."
2009 January 26, Damien Cox, “Let's hope these puck magicians produce when it means something”, Toronto Star:add
- The all-star game traditionally opens the door to the second half of the season and so the conference races will now become more clearly defined at a time when, quite frankly, the NHL is desperately hoping that folks focus on the ice while problems like undercapitalized franchises, soggy league revenues and the newly ignited debate over fighting receive less notice.