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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-30 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-09-30).

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2009-09-30[edit]

  1. braintrust
    • 2009 September 30, Kevin McGran, “Cap crunch clips Bozak”, Toronto Star:
      It's about the salary cap, and the Leaf braintrust had its work cut out for it Tuesday night as it tried to pare down the roster.
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  2. espressoratti
    • 2009 September 30, Corey Mintz, “His brew has T.O. abuzz”, Toronto Star:
      Pulling shots around town at Cherry Bomb, Manic Coffee and Hank's, he built up a lot of goodwill with Toronto's espressoratti.
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  3. faithfuls
    • 2009 September 30, Bruce DeMara, “Shaw's comedy gets teeth”, Toronto Star:
      Earlier this year, as the recession put a damper on ticket sales, Maxwell said the easy route would have been to go for the tried-and-true old faithfuls.
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  4. gris *
  5. kiolmetres
    • 2009 September 30, “Tsunami levels Samoan villages”, Toronto Star:
      A small wave of about 40 centimetres hit the east coast of New Zealand, which is nearly 3,000 kiolmetres south of Samoa.
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  6. lifestandard
  7. microfoam
    • 2009 September 30, Corey Mintz, “His brew has T.O. abuzz”, Toronto Star:
      But the microfoam coats the tongue with a faint sweetness.
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  8. sparkiest
    • 2009 September 30, Bruce DeMara, “Shaw's comedy gets teeth”, Toronto Star:
      That begins with two works from the festival's namesake, George Bernard Shaw, which Maxwell described as "two of his sparkiest and deeply pertinent plays."
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