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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 2009-07-08 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).
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2009 July 8, Mitch Potter, “Amid the surreal, a moment of innocence”, Toronto Star:add
- It ranged from tacky (hundreds gorging themselves at McDonald's kioskse) to creepy (pop star Usher, stepping down from the stage in midsong to place his hand on Jackson's casket) to maudlin (all hands clasped in a well-intentioned but saccharine singalong of "We Are the World"), amid a video montage from the comeback tour Jackson never gave.
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2009 July 8, “Two identities, lost and found”, Toronto Star:add
- The musical performances covered his catalogue and other tunes, with varying results: Mariah Carey was outsung on a duet of "I'll Be There," ceding little known Trey Lorenz the ascending volley of notes in the track's sweet spot; John Mayer highlighted Jackson's gift for melody with a guitar instrumental of "Human Nature"; for "Jesus Is Love" Lionel Richie imbued his reassuring voice with a preacher's fervour; and a pregnant Jennifer Hudson delivered an outstanding version of "Will You Be There?" that ended with Jackson's vocals reciting the song's poignant bits.
2009 July 8, Morgan Campbell, “Jays sunk by Burrell HR”, Toronto Star:add
- Fifteen minutes after Pat Burrell's 11th-inning walkoff homer off Brandon League handed the Jays a 3-1 loss last night, Jays starting pitcher Marc Rzepczynski pulled on his shirt, oblivious to the cluster of reporters inching closer to his locker.