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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-01 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-10-01).
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50077 tokens ‧ 19 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 19 types ‧ 15 (~ 78.947%) words before cleaning ‧
- alta *
2009 October 1, Mark Zwolinski, “Gainey, Martin question Leafs' physical approach”, Toronto Star:add
- While the Canadiens have undergone an extensive makeover, and perhaps because of that, Gainey and Martin said the storied franchise will start the season captainless for the first time in its history.
- cocina *
2009 October 1, Theresa Boyle, “& Features/SwineFlu/article/703646 Second swine-flu wave hits Toronto, southern Ontario”, Toronto Star:add
- "What we've seen in the last few days is a number of cases that have come to emerg departments.
2009 October 1, David Livingstone, “Looks good on paper”, Toronto Star:add
- On display at the Bata Shoe Museum until Dec. 31 – and being presented in collaboration with the Consulate General of France – is the work of Thierry Agnone, a French artist who cuts and sculpts paper into the kind of pointy, strappy fandangles that shoe fantasies are made of.
- mayan *
2009 October 1, Iain Marlow, “Irate Americans tweet their fury as TD wrestles with online bugs”, Toronto Star:add
- "Setting up my wachovia bank account tomorrow. im (sic) so done with td," wrote another.