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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-07-19 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 19, Ryan Bigge, “More than skinny jeans”, Toronto Star:add
- In attempting to become the next Leave Britney Alone, scores of web amateurs now "come to think about their projects with a hard-nosed sophistication that rivals anything to be found inside the conference rooms of our corporate culturemasters."
2009 July 19, Patricia Hluchy, “In food-obsessed world, two pilgrims stand apart”, Toronto Star:add
- In February, Alford and Duguid launched another project, immersethrough, in which they organized a visit to Chiang Mai and its surroundings for 11 clients, helping them experience local culture through markets, food and plenty of cooking classes.
- palacio *
2009 July 19, Tanis Fowler, “Staycation got you down? Five ways to ditch the city”, Toronto Star:add
- Transportation tips: Sign up online for the rideshare program PickupPal. The free service tracks the miles participants have travelled and the amount of carbon emissions collectively reduced.
- saludos *
2009 July 19, Deirdre Baker, “The dragons are singing tonight”, Toronto Star:add
- Vanderwal's tale has the sheer bunkum quality of the improbable boys' adventure stories on which it is founded medieval warriors who say "shuddup"; the iconic advice to "avoid stepping on thin twigs that snap underfoot"; the secret password "I hate haggis."