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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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- boston *
2009 September 2, Susan Sampson, “Warm chanterelle salad with speck and poached eggs”, Toronto Star:add
- 1 small head boston lettuce, torn in bite-sized pieces
2009 September 2, Thomas Walkom, “Sacking of OLG chief exposes government double standard”, Toronto Star:add
- During the so-called ehealth scandal, one well-paid consultant was mocked mercilessly because she'd charged $5.64 for a cup of coffee and a chocolate chip cookie.
2009 September 2, “Recession seen aiding PetroChina oilsands bid”, Toronto Star:add
- 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.
2009 September 2, “Biovail Parkinson's drug disappoints”, Toronto Star:add
- 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.
2009 September 2, Gord Stimmell, “Niagara winery mixes old and new world styles”, Toronto Star:add
- 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.
2009 September 2, Kevin McGran, “Jim Balsillie vs. Gary Bettman: D-Day in the desert”, Toronto Star:add
- The Balsillie camp hope its $212.5 million bid remains intact after today's legal wranglings.