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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-15 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-20).

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2009-01-15[edit]

  1. allrounder
  2. ballboys
    • 2009 January 15, Bruce Matthews, “Federer pushes for Open to start two weeks later”, Herald Sun:
      " Tennis Australia has previously resisted shifting the Open back amid concerns about how it would affect attendances outside the holiday period and recruiting linespeople, ballboys and ballgirls with businesses back at work and schools already into the first term.
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  3. bzzzzing
    • 2009 January 15, Mikey Cahill, “Rock City”, Herald Sun:
      Honey Bee (Let's Fly To Mars) had the crowd buzzing and bzzzzing, Love Bomb was a sinister, guitar-screeching workout and No Pussy Blues redefined how a feedback chorus should be done.
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  4. capt
  5. centreback
  6. cheekboned
    • 2009 January 15, “Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      WHITLEY Impressively cheekboned folk pop merchant has a knack with banter and hooks .
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  7. groundstrokes
    • 2009 January 15, Mark Stevens, “Rafael Nadal hits up with rising Aussie Bernard Tomic”, Herald Sun:
      "I want the serve of Goran Ivanisevic, the heart of Lleyton Hewitt, the mind of Pete Sampras and the groundstrokes of Roger Federer and I want to be No. 1 in the world and win all the grand slam tournaments," Tomic famously declared two years ago.
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  8. haj
  9. hijabs
  10. houser
    • 2009 January 15, “Club land”, Herald Sun:
      At the end of January Chicago houser Derrick Carter will co-headline with the indie-dance WhoMadeWho, Denmark's LCD Soundsystem.
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  11. kickdrum
    • 2009 January 15, Mikey Cahill, “Rock City”, Herald Sun:
      Oni shredded her guitar, jumped on top of drummer Pikachu's kickdrum, then jumped off and played a sideways riff while pretending (?
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  12. laidback
  13. linespeople
    • 2009 January 15, Bruce Matthews, “Federer pushes for Open to start two weeks later”, Herald Sun:
      " Tennis Australia has previously resisted shifting the Open back amid concerns about how it would affect attendances outside the holiday period and recruiting linespeople, ballboys and ballgirls with businesses back at work and schools already into the first term.
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  14. mmmm
  15. noodlings
    • 2009 January 15, “Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      $12. friday MARK BARRAGE Intense, strange noodlings with Warp tendencies.
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  16. noteholders
    • 2009 January 15, “Centro in trading halt pending announcement”, Herald Sun:
      9 per cent of Centro's existing issued securities were to be issued in mid-January to its 23 financiers, comprising Australian banks and US private placement noteholders, on a pro rata basis at market value.
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  17. oestradoil
    • 2009 January 15, Danny Rose, “US research discovers 'Marilyn Monroe' hormone”, Herald Sun:
      Women who have high levels of oestradoil also show elevated confidence and a greater inclination to have sex outside of their present relationship, according to the US-based research.
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  18. paceman
  19. parquentry
  20. popsmiths
    • 2009 January 15, “Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      GASLIGHT RADIO Soothing, wonderful popsmiths preview next album.
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  21. pranky
  22. prizemoney
    • 2009 January 15, Matt Stewart and Nick Quinn, “Weekend Hussler set for record cash grab”, Herald Sun:
      If he puts together one of his regular winning streaks, he will net $9,224,794 in prizemoney and bonuses, putting him behind only Makybe Diva ($14,526,685) on the all-time list.
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  23. sentencings
    • 2009 January 15, AAP, “Five Australians jailed for entering Papua province”, Herald Sun:
      " After the sentencings, the Scott-Bloxams declined to comment through their lawyer Efrem Fangohoy, who described the verdicts as irrational. e "They don't want to speak," he said.
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  24. skewiff
    • 2009 January 15, “Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      METRONOMY Clever electronic geezer with a robot heart that pulses with skewiff love songs.
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  25. slogathon
    • 2009 January 15, Ron Reed, “J.P. Duminy about to spin another web”, Herald Sun:
      In the Twenty20 slogathon at the Gabba on Tuesday night, he rolled down a single over, going for no more than eight.
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  26. stablemate
    • 2009 January 15, Matt Stewart and Nick Quinn, “Weekend Hussler set for record cash grab”, Herald Sun:
      " Yesterday Weekend Hussler worked strongly over about 1200m at the Valley, easily holding an unraced stablemate.
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  27. tailoress
    • 2009 January 15, By Nadine Williams, “South Australia's oldest person dies at 111”, Herald Sun:
      Hers was a simple domestic life, from the time she had to leave her apprenticeship as a tailoress because her mother became ill.
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  28. tiebreak
    • 2009 January 15, AAP, “LLeyton Hewitt exits in Sydney”, Herald Sun:
      But Nalbandian's polished all-court game gave him the edge in the tiebreak before the former Wimbledon finalist broke early in the second set.
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  29. unbelted
  30. unplaced
    • 2009 January 15, Matt Stewart and Nick Quinn, “Weekend Hussler set for record cash grab”, Herald Sun:
      " McDonald said Weekend Hussler had gained 30kg from when he last raced, when unplaced as favourite in October's Caulfield Cup. McDonald, son Clinton and jockey Brad Rawiller, who rode the gallop partner yesterday, all said Weekend Hussler had returned a better, fresher horse than in the spring.
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  31. unraced
    • 2009 January 15, Matt Stewart and Nick Quinn, “Weekend Hussler set for record cash grab”, Herald Sun:
      " Yesterday Weekend Hussler worked strongly over about 1200m at the Valley, easily holding an unraced stablemate.
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  32. vox
    • 2009 January 15, “Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      DELTA GOODREM Evergreen songstress in suitable theatre ready to unleash all her keys, both piano and vox.
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