User:Visviva/Toronto Star 20091005
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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-10-05 issue of the Toronto Star which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-10-05).
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43557 tokens ‧ 13 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 13 types ‧ 10 (~ 76.923%) words before cleaning ‧
- domus *
2009 October 5, Rosie DiManno, “A sad tale, right to the very end”, Toronto Star:add
- "I don't know which was funnier – when he made up the `Senex Salvius fundum habebat' song to the tune of Old MacDonald on the spot or `domus ambulans' as the Latin word for RV," one student wrote on RateMyTeachers.com.
2009 October 5, Robert Benzie, “Sarah Kramer: 'My advice was ignored'”, Toronto Star:add
- "Indeed, it was decisions such as this one which resulted in more than $600 million being spent on ehealth with little or nothing to show for it during the six years before eHealth Ontario was put in place," said Kramer.
- kush *
2009 October 5, Ariel Teplitsky, “From tower to toilet, another bonne Nuit”, Toronto Star:add
- IN THE ZONE: All the commissioned artworks were condensed into a very manageable area, so it was possible to visit all the featured works in Zones A and B – downtown, roughly from Dundas St. to the CN Tower – on foot, then bike or bus it to Liberty Village for the equally strollable Zone C.