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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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46726 tokens ‧ 33853 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5947 types ‧ 9 (~ 0.151%) words before cleaning ‧
–2009, Kenyon Wallace, “Universities' ivory towers going green”, Toronto Star:add
- 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.
–2009, Dave Feschuk, “Raptors mere jesters in King James' court”, Toronto Star:add
- 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.
–2009, Jim Coyle, “Premier now singing from Tory's songbook”, Toronto Star:add
- 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.