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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-19 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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2009-01-19[edit]

  1. allrounder
    • 2009 January 19, Brett Stubbs, “No place like home for Ben Hilfenhaus”, Herald Sun:
      South African allrounder Jacques Kallis (72) and A. B. de Villiers (44) had the visitors cruising, before Hilfenhaus removed Kallis, and De Villiers was run out by debutant Ryan Harris returning for a second.
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  2. backstroker
    • 2009 January 19, Rebecca Williams, “Butterfly record stuns Andrew Lauterstein”, Herald Sun:
      Another of Beijing's surprise packets, backstroker Hayden Stoeckel, also had a comfortable win in the 100m backstroke in 54.
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  3. baseliner
    • 2009 January 19, Leo Schlink, “Andy Murray's looking good”, Herald Sun:
      Writing in London's Sunday Times , Cash says Murray is a "special talent" but doubts if the baseliner has the resilience or consistency to carry him to a maiden major.
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  4. bashings
    • 2009 January 19, “Aussie gang movie star in jail”, Herald Sun:
      In one chilling scene, Haidar's character Zeus - who uses drugs and guns - is involved in bashings and a gunpoint hold-up on a convenience store and is warned he could go to jail.
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  5. bolters
    • 2009 January 19, Darren Walton, “Bolters from the blue”, Herald Sun:
      With the so-called Big Four of Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Murray the clearcut favourites in 2009, punters will be busily scanning the draw for bolters capable of upsetting the form guide.
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  6. bottleshops
  7. bros
  8. bushwalk
    • 2009 January 19, By staff writers, “Man makes 'horrible find' in carpark”, Herald Sun:
      AMATEUR photographer Colin Cook was disgusted to find a lizard stuck to his car with electrical tape when he returned from a bushwalk in Onkaparinga Gorge, in South Australia last week.
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  9. clearcut
    • 2009 January 19, Darren Walton, “Bolters from the blue”, Herald Sun:
      With the so-called Big Four of Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Murray the clearcut favourites in 2009, punters will be busily scanning the draw for bolters capable of upsetting the form guide.
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  10. crims
    • 2009 January 19, By Amanda O'Brien, “MP Paul Papalia calls for young criminals to be sent to sea, not detention centres”, Herald Sun:
      Call for young crims to be sent to sea Politician says it'll build character Maybe they can join the bikini babes A FORMER navy diver turned politician wants Australia's troubled young people to be sent to sea to build character in "a time-honoured way" rather than being dumped in detention centres.
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  11. drawcard
    • 2009 January 19, Chris de Kretser, “Open immune from crisis”, Herald Sun:
      That's the word from Tennis Australia president Geoff Pollard to those sceptics who say the Oz Open is in trouble because main drawcard Lleyton Hewitt faces defeat from a more fancied opponent in the opening round.
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  12. dressingroom
  13. fightback
    • 2009 January 19, Leo Schlink, “Andy Murray's looking good”, Herald Sun:
      "The first was his lacklustre exit from Wimbledon against Rafael Nadal a couple of days after sending the nation's imagination into overdrive with that sensational fightback to beat Richard Gasquet in five sets.
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  14. giantkilling
    • 2009 January 19, Darren Walton, “Bolters from the blue”, Herald Sun:
      Before Tsonga it was Fernando Gonzalez, the big-hitting South American who embarked on a giantkilling spree to the title match.
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  15. nailbiter
  16. ppg
    • 2009 January 19, Grantley Bernard, “Triple trick or treat”, Herald Sun:
      3 ppg in last week's three wins over the Sydney Spirit, Blaze and Hawks, there is some minor concern among the Tigers over their second import, Dave Thomas, and his knee injury.
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  17. prizemoney
  18. shortlived
    • 2009 January 19, “Interest rates could hit 1960s levels”, Herald Sun:
      "If these broader measures of price pressure do not moderate then the decline in headline inflation will be shortlived, presenting the RBA and the government with a diabolical policy challenge in 2009," he said.
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  19. speedhump
    • 2009 January 19, Finn Bradshaw with AAP, “Day 1 update - History is made at the Australian Open”, Herald Sun:
      The 22-year-old Serbian made a total of 27 winners, compared to just four from Meusburger. 2. 30pm UPDATE: The Bernard Tomic bandwagon, which was starting to gain momentum, has hit a speedhump with the young Aussie losing the second set 1-6.
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  20. speedwork
    • 2009 January 19, Sam Edmund, “Roo plans second coming”, Herald Sun:
      He has been one of the main beneficiaries of a revamped pre-season program that has seen the Kangaroos doing more gridiron-based repeat power efforts and speedwork.
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  21. sportspeople
    • 2009 January 19, AAP, “Teary Jelena Dokic scores breakthrough win”, Herald Sun:
      Everything that has happened in the intervening decade has given the Belgrade-born baseliner the type of perspective often notably lacking among top-level sportspeople.
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  22. tiebreak

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