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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-07 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 7, Royson James, “Is city tossing residents' goodwill out with the garbage?”, Toronto Star:add
- The city uses an anaerobic digester equipped to remove the plastics and send them to a dump.
- july *
- june *
- sabbath *
2009 July 7, Martin Regg Cohn, “China's Muslims running out of time”, Toronto Star:add
- In the provincial capital of Urumqi, pious Muslims move heaven and earth to attend noon prayers on the Friday sabbath, but they are never quite on time: High noon comes well after 2 p.m. because Xinjiang's clocks are rigidly if irreligiously set to Beijing time, 2,400 kilometres away.
2009 July 7, “Great sketch comedy, and perhaps the next great Canadian musical”, Toronto Star:add
- The humour is nerdier, almost sci-fi sketchcom, such as scenes with a research think-tank and their time machine, or Darwin and the theory of evolution.
2009 July 7, Mary Ormsby, “This summer let your kid learn to float like a starfish”, Toronto Star:add
- Currents and unexpected waves are also a threat to unmotorized craft.