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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-20 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-20).
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- charcuteries *
2009 February 20, Joe Fiorito, “Mayor's pitch lacks perspective”, Toronto Star:add
- And why are all those waterfront condos standing upright instead of being laid on their sides, five or seven storeys tall, with patisseries, charcuteries and real cafés at street level, so that we might be able to pick up a pork chop or mail a letter on foot, instead of jumping in our cars?
2009 February 20, Peter Howell, “Stone of Destiny: This rock rolls”, Toronto Star:add
- With a few pounds donated by leading Scots nationalist John MacCormick (Robert Carlyle), a borrowed car and a handful of co-conspirators that include the feisty Kay Matheson (Kate Mara) and the scrappy Bill Craig (Billy Boyd), the rock nabbers set their plan in motion.
2009 February 20, Martin Knelman, “Oscar turns Canadian party pooper”, Toronto Star:add
- Consequently, one of my favourite events – the annual poolside lunch at the residence of the Canadian consul general in L.A. feting our nominees while cameras click, wine flows and guests shmooze while basking in the sun – has been scratched from the calendar.
2009 February 20, Dana Flavelle, “Sears Canada slashes 300 jobs as retail sales slump”, Toronto Star:add
- Citing unaudited figures, the fund said that year to date, same-store sales had declined 3.6 per cent while adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and any impairment charges fell 16.5 per cent to $75 million.