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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-02-05 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-02-05).

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  1. composters
    • 2009, Kenyon Wallace, “Universities' ivory towers going green”[1], Toronto Star:
      As members of the Green Team – a work-study program run by the environmental affairs office at the University of Toronto Mississauga – the students are responsible for constructing and distributing worm composters to more than 40 offices across campus.
  2. formulary
    • 2009, Thomas Walkom, “Federal and provincial leaders fail drug test”[2], Toronto Star:
      Even attempts to create a so-called national formulary – an agreed list of drugs that all provinces were willing to subsidize – foundered.
  3. handwells
    • 2009, Nick Aveling, “No snow-covered lids left unturned by Hydro”[3], Toronto Star:
      The handwells – which sit in the ground and provide power to street lights, TTC shelters and other street fixtures – are covered by metal plates that can become electrified when the wiring below malfunctions.
  4. homecourt
    • 2009, Dave Feschuk, “Raptors mere jesters in King James' court”[4], Toronto Star:
      James made an epic block of a Chris Bosh dunk attempt to rouse a sleepy house and Cleveland went on to seal a victory that improved its homecourt record to a franchise record 23-0.
  5. hoopsters
    • 2009, Dave Feschuk, “Raptors mere jesters in King James' court”[5], Toronto Star:
      While Raptors fans can count themselves justifiably fed up with watching professional apathy – and last night's 101-83 defeat marked the third straight outing in which Toronto's hoopsters showed up to work without an appetite for the trenches – here loomed the prospect of basketball history.
  6. pretentions
    • 2009, “Canada's friend in Paris”[6], Toronto Star:
      Happily, Sarkozy has none of de Gaulle's pretentions on this file.
  7. rechart
    • 2009, Jim Coyle, “Premier now singing from Tory's songbook”[7], Toronto Star:
      Now McGuinty says, in media interviews designed to rechart his course and again in a speech yesterday to the Canadian Club of Toronto, that far from being okay, there is much that needs fixing in both Ontario's economic foundations and its broader culture.
  8. trendsetting
    • 2009, Dana Flavelle, “Credit card losses soar”[8], Toronto Star:
      The Deloitte & Touche study comes as controversy over such practices grows while Ottawa pours billions into the financial system to ease lending and the Bank of Canada slashes its trendsetting rate.
  9. ungreased
    • 2009, Susan Sampson, “Cherry oatmeal cookies”[9], Toronto Star:
      Drop 1-1/2-inch spoonfuls of dough about 2 inches apart onto ungreased cookie sheets.