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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-03 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-03).

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  1. bodycheck
    • 2009 February 3, “Pens' Kennedy must sit one game”, Toronto Star:
      Kennedy was seeking retribution for a crunching bodycheck Schenn had just delivered to Penguins star Evgeni Malkin.
  2. collegewide
    • 2009 February 3, Emily Mathieu, “Humber to space station: 'We're live'”, Toronto Star:
      The joke became a serious contender and yesterday the spoon won a collegewide competition to go in outer space with astronaut Julie Payette, one of the best-known alumni of the college.
  3. envirospeak
    • 2009 February 3, Tanya Talaga, “Red-tape cuts raise fears”, Toronto Star:
      The government is dubbing the two-for-one approach a "cap and trade" system to give the effort a green glow, a move Samuelson criticized as inappropriate "envirospeak."
  4. fieldhouse
    • 2009 February 3, Vanessa Lu, “City would reap Pan Am benefits”, Toronto Star:
      Executive committee voted unanimously yesterday to spend $37.5 million on a $170 million national sports institute at the University of Toronto's Scarborough campus that would include a multi-sport fieldhouse, aquatic centre with two 50-metre pools and a 10-metre diving platform, a gymnastic facility and high-performance athletic training centre.
  5. handwell
    • 2009 February 3, Emily Mathieu, “Repairs underway to metal lids that jolted dogs, kids”, Toronto Star:
      Last Thursday five students, aged 10 and 11, from Regent Park/Duke of York Junior Public School, were zapped by a handwell on Dundas St. E. near Sumach St., said Toronto District School Board spokesperson John Caldarone.
  6. handwells
    • 2009 February 3, Emily Mathieu, “Repairs underway to metal lids that jolted dogs, kids”, Toronto Star:
      Evans said Toronto Hydro expects handwells in Toronto's core to be taken care of by the end of February, and then plans to branch out across the GTA. The plan is to replace the covers with non-conductive ones, said Evans, adding the permanent changes will take several months.
  7. laneways
    • 2009 February 3, Jack Lakey, “Sunny days shrink some snowbanks”, Toronto Star:
      Snowbanks at the end of the laneways on the tiny cul-de-sac were so high, there's no way anyone could heft a shovelful of snow up to the top.
  8. microprinting
    • 2009 February 3, Rick Westhead, “Dozens dupe Indian airline, enter Canada”, Toronto Star:
      Legitimate Indian passports feature a line in microprinting that reads "Indian Passport Control" across the photo page.
  9. newsbits
    • 2009 February 3, “Survival of newspapers an urgent issue”, Toronto Star:
      Newspapers are facing difficult times, with competition from the "instant news" of the Internet, email "push" newsbits and the ubiquitous 24-hour radio and TV newscasts.
  10. sesamoids
    • 2009 Februaryruary 3, Diana Zlomislic, “Tippy-toes give a distinct advantage”, Toronto Star:
      When a person stands on the tips of their toes, two tiny little pea-like structures called sesamoids underneath the head of the great toe joint are bearing all the weight.
  11. slapdick
  12. spangly
    • 2009 February 3, Susan Walker, “A show about the power of now”, Toronto Star:
      They are costumed in spangly, sparkly shirts, pants, skirts and leggings as if dressed for a holiday celebration.
  13. tipoff
  14. trendsetting
    • 2009 February 3, Dana Flavelle, “Credit card rate jumps”, Toronto Star:
      The move comes despite efforts by Ottawa and the Bank of Canada to cut lending costs by pouring billions more into the financial system and easing the central bank's trendsetting rate.
  15. weathercast
    • 2009 February 3, “Hot Box: TV worth talking about”, Toronto Star:
      His last regular weathercast will be April 3, but he will return for special occasions and fill in for colleagues.