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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 2009-09-20 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-09-20).
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2009 September 20, Malene Arpe, “Off the rack: Entertainment”, Toronto Star:add
- Cover: Jon asked the nanny for a massage and she gave him one without wearing protective gear and then I guess she just couldn't resist his flabby man-boy sexiness and then they ended up in the hot tub and then afterwards Jon kept texting her and then they met up nine more times for ewwww and now the nanny says the sex, "wasn't the best I ever had."
2009 September 20, Mark Zwolinski, “Phil Kessel puts his shoulder to the wheel”, Toronto Star:add
- "The worst thing is just the recovery time, it's kind of a drawn-out process, lots of light weights, nothing happens quckly," said Richards, who scored a goal last night in the Flyers pre-season game with the Leafs.
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2009 September 20, Jennifer Wells, “Ponzi Canadian-style?”, Toronto Star:add
- The Marpoles' financial adviser had with him the yellow foolscap sheets he always carried and upon which he would vigorously scribble figure upon figure with dates and underlinings – notes of comfort in monetary terms from a man who seemed not exactly up with the times.