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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 2009-06-28 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).
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2009 June 28, Garth Woolsey, “Milton Bradley's bad-boy act is wearing thin”, Toronto Star:add
- AND FURTHERMORE: Speaking of childish: When one of a group of young autographer seekers didn't have anything handy for him to sign, Albert Pujols of the Cardinals went ahead and signed the kid's forehead with a green felt-tip pen.
2009 June 28, Malene Arpe, “Pop goes the week”, Toronto Star:add
- Brad Pitt's upcoming movie, Moneyball, is shut down Someone at the studio found out it was about actual moneyball and not, as believed, a potential blockbuster about a rogue police officer with a chip on his shoulder who battles a gigantic, sentient, Martian ball made of 100-dollar bills and irrational hate.
- quirkly = error for quirky?
2009 June 28, Murray Whyte, “DIY projects”, Toronto Star:add
- From London, Thompson's a clear descendent of the creepy psychedelia rendered by another generation's dominant quirkly outsider, Robert Crumb; Thompson avoids Crumb's sexually fetishistic weirdities (in this show, at least), but his sharply-drawn technique provides a nice tension with the wildly appealing, surreal forms he draws.