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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-16 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-16).
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2009 March 16, Rosie DiManno, “Torment echoes down the ages”, Toronto Star:add
- Yet the widespread torturing of women – rape as a tactical weapon of war in Bosnia, public lashings in Saudi Arabia for merely speaking to nonrelated males, acid attacks and immolation in Pakistan – receives comparatively lesser outrage.
2009 March 16, Ben Rayner, “Hot sounds”, Toronto Star:add
- Solitary Calgarian VanGaalen strikes me as a chap who spends a lot of time analyzing his own every move, so I got the sense he'd purposefully stacked his set list on this night to cue up monstrously heavy (and totally awesome) local sludgemakers Quest for Fire, the act next on the bill.
2009 March 16, Paul Hunter, “Leafs' Grabovski benefits from crash course”, Toronto Star:add
- And when you see Grabovski on the ice in the final minute, with Toronto clinging to a one-goal lead, as was the case in the Leafs' 8-6 win over Calgary Saturday, a victory the 25-year-old clinched with an empty netter, it is quite possible hell has indeed frozen over.