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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-02 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-02).

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  1. boston *
  2. chaikana
  3. ehealth
  4. oilsands
    • 2009 September 2, “Recession seen aiding PetroChina oilsands bid”, Toronto Star:
      CALGARY–National security concerns have stifled attempts by China's state-owned firms to acquire Canadian natural resources companies, but the global recession seems to have bettered the odds of Ottawa waving through PetroChina's proposed investment in the oilsands.
  5. pimavanserin
    • 2009 September 2, “Biovail Parkinson's drug disappoints”, Toronto Star:
      The drug, pimavanserin, is intended to treat the visual hallucinations and delusions experienced by about 40 per cent of the people with Parkinson's disease, a neurological disorder that causes muscle tremors and uncontrollable shaking.
  6. reconstructionist
    • 2009 September 2, Peter Small, “Lawyers abuzz over Bryant case”, Toronto Star:
      He might hire an accident reconstructionist to photograph the scene and an investigator to seek out witnesses.
  7. sileage
    • 2009 September 2, Keith Gordon, “Tender, tasty and expensive”, Toronto Star:
      "We're doing barley, grain, alfalfa, red clover hay and sileage, and not one drop of hormones or antibiotics."
  8. slotback
  9. viticulturalists
    • 2009 September 2, Gord Stimmell, “Niagara winery mixes old and new world styles”, Toronto Star:
      Winemakers and viticulturalists from Burgundy (Groupe Michel Picard) as well as Argentina and Australia have created new and old world-styled VQA wines at a new winery called Domaine Equifera Estate in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
  10. wranglings