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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 2009-02-15 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-02-15).
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2009 February 15, “At 100, a storied force for change tries to find its footing”, Toronto Star:add
- They understand, by virtue of their situation and that of their peers, that the movement for civil rights in this country is very much needed, and groups that played critical roles in removing the shackles that bound our forefathers and foremothers still play a role today."
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2009 February 15, Randy Starkman, “Sports/article/587947 Red-hot Tomato flies to World Cup victory”, Toronto Star:add
- He was doing an alley-oop mctwist, a stock trick that's never given him trouble before.
2009 February 15, Rosie DiManno, “Antropov answers Burke's call”, Toronto Star:add
- While Jason Blake continued his goal-popping ways with a brace in the third, only 19 seconds apart, a clutch of other Leafs proved mettle: Vesa Toskala, so shaky to start, settled down and denied Pittsburgh anything after the 8:34 point of the game; scrubeenie defenceman Luke Schenn recovered from an unfortunate bounce off his skate that Matt Cooke converted into Pittsburgh's first goal; and Matt Stajan re-established favour with his bench boss, mounting a solid performance topped off by a goal and an assist.
'2009 February 15, Rob Salem, “When comedy geniuses unite”, Toronto Star:add
- McBride is beyond hilarious – even more pathetic and unsympathetic than Foot Fists blustery martial "artist" Fred Simmons – as mullet-head Kenny Powers, a self-involved and unrepentantly incorrect baseball big-leaguer whose fortunes and fastball are on the decline.