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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-02 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 July 2, Anthony McCartney, “Music will keep coming”, Toronto Star:add
- Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff also called for a speedy compromise between lawyers for Katherine Jackson and the two coexecutors of Michael Jackson's will, lawyer John Branca and John McClain, a music executive and a family friend.
- extraordinaires *
- pelote *
2009 July 2, Peter Gorrie, “Timeless treasures of France's Atlantic outpost”, Toronto Star:add
- Saint-Pierre celebrates the July 14 French national holiday, Bastille Day and the Aug. 18-24 Basque Festival with food, music and games including pelote basque, a form of handball played against a massive red wall in the middle of town.
2009 July 2, Damien Cox, “German ace is no Haas-been”, Toronto Star:add
- Haas, the oldest among the four semfinalists remaining, was dynamic in his upset of Serbia's Novak Djokovic, a performance that seemed to shake off all the years in which injuries or letdowns at key moments kept him from becoming the natural successor to Boris Becker.
2009 July 2, Kyle G. Brown, “Bailing out car insurers on backs of accident victims”, Toronto Star:add
- But according to a recent report by the Insurance Bureau of Canada, this corrective measure has become a subindustry in its own right.