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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 2009-08-28 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-28).

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  1. backroomers
    • 2009 August 28, “Stuffing the Senate”, Toronto Star:
      After stuffing the Senate with Conservative bagmen, backroomers and election losers barely eight months ago, Prime Minister Stephen Harper was dishing out the $132,000 cash-for-life prizes again yesterday, vaulting yet more cronies into cushy places instead of naming people who are respected leaders in their fields.
  2. kitchenscape
    • 2009 August 28, Toronto Star[1]:
      But healthy can be easy if you change your "kitchenscape" in these simple ways:
  3. liones
    • 2009 August 28, Dr. Robert Buckman, “What a way for a guy to go”, Toronto Star:
      Or do normal 19-year-old sea liones weigh in at 980 pounds, in which case was Mike anorexic?
  4. resoundly
  5. slotback
    • 2009 August 28, Chris Zelkovich, “Sam hopes to boost Argos' sagging attack”, Toronto Star:
      If Hufnagel's looking for a hint, he might want to get his defence to focus on slotback P.K. Sam. Even though the Argos say they want to run the ball more, passing will remain the key part of the equation.
  6. slotbacks
    • 2009 August 28, Chris Zelkovich, “Sam hopes to boost Argos' sagging attack”, Toronto Star:
      "He's a receiver who I think will bring quite a bit to our offence," said Argo head coach Bart Andrus, who found slotbacks Hank Edwards and Cory Rodgers wanting. "