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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-05 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 August 5, Dave Perkins, “Blue Jays hanging Halladay out to dry”, Toronto Star:add
- Before the Yankee long balls arrived coincidentally after catcher Rod Barajas was pinch-run for and replaced behind the plate by Raul Chavez Halladay was doing another impression of a guy you really don't want to trade, nicked only for two cheapish runs in the first inning, with his own defence part of it.
2009 August 5, John Spears, “Pact ensures city ignores wrongdoing by strikers”, Toronto Star:add
- The agreement signed by the city and the union says both sides agree to take no action against any person "because of such person's participation or nonparticipation in the strike or his strike-related activity."
2009 August 5, Dana Flavelle, “Maple Leaf recall done by the book”, Toronto Star:add
- "After last August's tragedy, Maple Leaf is being ultracautious about listeria," the company's chief food safety officer Randall Huffman said, referring to the deaths of 22 people linked to a listeriosis outbreak at a Maple Leaf luncheon meat plant in Toronto last summer.
2009 August 5, “Story shows power of one citizen”, Toronto Star:add
- It is one of those unaswerable questions that is worth pondering, since many of the vulnerable people we love the elderly, disabled, homeless and all those who are marginalized rely on the hospitality of others in their community as well as wanting others to receive their gift of hospitality.