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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-10 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-22).
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2009 April 10, Peter Howell, “Hunger: Humanity trapped in the Maze”, Toronto Star:add
- We also meet taciturn prison guard Raymond Lohan (Stuart Graham), whose knuckles bleed red from beatings and enforced bathings he administers as the jail's main thug, but whose face betrays a keen sense of regret.
2009 April 10, Rosie DiManno, “Oaf of a lad crazed by twisted love”, Toronto Star:add
- the now-17-year-old who was convicted of first-degree murder in March after a three-week trial would not countenance Stefanie's continuing existence, was emasculatingly contemptuous of D.B. after the non-murder gambit in October, 2007, threatened to deny him sex and take up with another boy if he didn't do as bidden.
2009 April 10, Linda Barnard, “Hannah Montana: The Movie: Down-home girl”, Toronto Star:add
- But first, a bunch of songs, some down-home cracker-barrel advice, a few gallons of lemonade, pratfalls and cornball humour and her first onscreen kiss which begins barely half in camera range and moves out of sight before real lip lockage commences.
2009 April 10, Blaine Harden, “Tippling, titillation prove costly for Americans in Tokyo clubs”, Toronto Star:add
- They are rohypnol, known as "roofie," and gamma hydroxybutyrate, or GHB, sometimes known as "grievous bodily harm."