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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 2009-03-03 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-03-03).

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  1. colectivos *
    • 2009, San Grewal, Frugal cab patrons hail Texxi[1]:
      But unlike the Texxi system, "colectivos" used throughout South America, "share taxis" and "jitneys" used elsewhere, usually have fixed pickup and drop-off points and travel on set routes, effectively operating as shuttle buses that often carry more than a dozen riders at a time.
  2. cortisoned
    • 2009, Cathal Kelly, Bolting Becks deadly for MLS[2]:
      While the league patiently waited for him to arrive, Beckham was busy getting cortisoned up so that he could pull ligaments for his previous club.
  3. soyameal
    • 2009, Corey Mintz, Food writer finds out what happens before piggy gets to market[3]:
      Grunts turn to squeals as the little ones (little, as in 150 pounds) race around each other to get a good spot at a bowl of kelp meal, soyameal, barley and corn, grown by Stevers' brother-in-law George, that's guaranteed to not be genetically modified.
  4. ultrasleek
    • 2009, Mark Kennedy, Wonder Woman's new theme song[4]:
      Lynda Carter peers at the ultrasleek stereo in her hotel room, trying to find the right button – any button, really – that will get it to accept her CD.