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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-26 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-26).
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53977 tokens ‧ 38797 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 6648 types ‧ 17 (~ 0.256%) words before cleaning ‧
2009 March 26, David Livingstone, “Benjamin on the button for spring”, Toronto Star:add
- Arriving for interviews at Holts offices, he has on a vintage Burberry round-collared, raglan-sleeved balmacaan coat in heavy tweed, a Benjamin Bixby polo shirt, vintage jeans with an old bandana poking from a front pocket, and a vintage belt that he says is about to fall apart.
2009 March 26, David Olive, “Great showman, bull-headed ego”, Toronto Star:add
- Accompanying him on a tour of one of his octoplexes in the 1980s, I watched as Drabinsky bent down – wincing from the back pain, a legacy of the polio he contracted in childhood – to pick up bits of popcorn littering the lobby, and then shouted at the counter staff.
2009 March 26, David Livingstone, “Catherine Hill memoir reflects passion for fashion”, Toronto Star:add
- But, while it might once have been Dior or Ferre, the label that now matters most is Stabilo Bionic, one on her favourite style of rollerball pens.
2009 March 26, Kristin Rushowy, “Children design the city of their dreams”, Toronto Star:add
- For Zahra Ebrahim, founder and chief executive officer of archiTEXT and the innovator in residence at the Design Exchange, kids' ideal city would have candy stands, waterslides and roller coasters – but also good transportation.