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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 2009-03-07 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-03-07).

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  1. macasar
    • 2009, Colin and Justin, Colin and Justin: From bad-oir to boudoir[1]:
      From exotic hardwoods (such as macasar and ebony) to readily available genus such as pine, these guys are top notch.
  2. parmigiano *
    • 2009, Gord Stimmell, A sacrifice, yes, but somebody's got to do it[2]:
      LCBO # 595389 Food suggestion: Beef carpaccio with parmigiano shavings.
  3. thingee
    • 2009, Peter Goddard, Outsider artists go back a ways[3]:
      He shows off a metal thingee titled "Mary." "
  4. townloft
    • 2009, Donna Jean MacKinnon, Brewing some great artwork at ground level[4]:
      That's how developer G.P. Di Rocco describes the new artworks that enhance The Met, a condominium and townloft complex on Carlton St. and historical Granby St.
  5. townlofts
    • 2009, Donna Jean MacKinnon, Brewing some great artwork at ground level[5]:
      One of the installations, by artist Marlene Hilton Moore, involves an 40-foot, LED lit walkway that connects the condos at 21 Carlton with the Granby townlofts.