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

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2009-01-20[edit]

  1. baseliner
    • 2009 January 20, Leo Schlink, “A Tomic ace”, Herald Sun:
      Open officials are certain to throw the wiry baseliner onto an even bigger court than Margaret Court Arena - possibly 15,000-seat Rod Laver Arena - tomorrow.
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  2. bashings
  3. bayside
    • 2009 January 20, Anne Wright with AAP, “Grassfire under control after burning property in Frankston North”, Herald Sun:
      The fire burnt through five hectares of scrub in the bayside suburb of Seaford and reached one house in Frankston-Dandenong Rd, but Country Fire Authority (CFA) crews restricted its impact to minor damage to the home's roof.
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  4. boilover
  5. crosscourt
    • 2009 January 20, AAP, “Lleyton Hewitt sent packing”, Herald Sun:
      The break didn't help Hewitt, who immediately double-faulted on the resumption of play, then dumped a forehand into the net before the South American nailed a scorching crosscourt forehand pass to grab another break and a decisive 4-2 lead.
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  6. denuclearisation
    • 2009 January 20, From correspondents in Washington, “N Korea 'will face tough Obama'”, Herald Sun:
      She was referring to the six-party denuclearisation talks grouping China, Japan, Russia, North and South Korea, and the United States.
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  7. downlight
  8. expectable
    • 2009 January 20, From correspondents in Guantanamo Bay US Naval Base, “9/11 plotters appear before judge”, Herald Sun:
      It is expectable that the process is going to be stopped ... before it (the Khadr trial) starts," said Sarah Mendelson, a human rights and security expert at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies.
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  9. farewelled
  10. fightback
    • 2009 January 20, AAP, “Lleyton Hewitt sent packing”, Herald Sun:
      The 13th-seeded Chilean resisted a signature Hewitt fightback to blast his way to a 5-7 6-2 6-2 3-6 6-3 triumph in three hours and seven minutes at Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday.
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  11. firmish
    • 2009 January 20, ADRIAN DUNN, MELBOURNE, “El of a love affair continues”, Herald Sun:
      "He needed a firmish gallop and I could have galloped him on the course proper at Caulfield tomorrow," Little said.
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  12. gah
  13. grassfire
  14. jacketless
    • 2009 January 20, “Obama turns painter, decorator”, Herald Sun:
      In-depth: The 44th US President In pictures: Obama rocks Washington Getting down to business on the day before he takes office, a jacketless Obama mounted a ladder to pull down window drapes and wielded a roller to daub a soothing shade of blue on the walls.
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  15. machineguns
  16. mani
    • 2009 January 20, By Lanai Vasek, “Web bids farewell to George W. Bush”, Herald Sun:
      "Getting mani/pedi with deena and overheard girl who's getting waxed 'in honor of the country getting rid of bush'," said suzboop.
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  17. oversubscribed
  18. paceman
    • 2009 January 20, Michael Horan, “Cameron White, David Hussey denied to Vics”, Herald Sun:
      Queensland will be without all-rounder James Hopes, but at least can call on paceman Ryan Harris, who was released from the national squad because fast bowler Mitchell Johnson is ready to resume for Australia.
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  19. patchable
    • 2009 January 20, Elissa Hunt, “Bob Jane's ex-wife Laree had hopes of saving marriage”, Herald Sun:
      " She told the court Mr Jane later told her in emails there was no hope of a reconciliation but she thought the rift was “very patchable … just one of Bob’s hissy fits”.
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  20. pedi
    • 2009 January 20, By Lanai Vasek, “Web bids farewell to George W. Bush”, Herald Sun:
      "Getting mani/pedi with deena and overheard girl who's getting waxed 'in honor of the country getting rid of bush'," said suzboop.
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  21. preinaugural
    • 2009 January 20, By Steven R. Hurst, “Martin Luther King tribute”, Herald Sun:
      The preinaugural festivities have enlivened otherwise staid Washington and seized the imagination of a nation in the grips of the worst economic crisis since the 1930s Great Depression, even as it fights wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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  22. stablemate
    • 2009 January 20, ADRIAN DUNN, MELBOURNE, “El of a love affair continues”, Herald Sun:
      8sec, comfortably beating stablemate Rubijon, also on the comeback trail after a flexor tendon and suspensory injury.
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  23. staffroom
  24. superbike
    • 2009 January 20, Craig Duff, “Broc Parkes up for big test”, Herald Sun:
      "Do you stay at the front of the second class, or step up and show what you can do on a superbike?
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  25. supersport
    • 2009 January 20, Craig Duff, “Broc Parkes up for big test”, Herald Sun:
      But the challenge is only whetting the Australian's appetite as he graduates from 600cc world supersport ranks.
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  26. suspensory
    • 2009 January 20, ADRIAN DUNN, MELBOURNE, “El of a love affair continues”, Herald Sun:
      8sec, comfortably beating stablemate Rubijon, also on the comeback trail after a flexor tendon and suspensory injury.
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  27. tiebreaks
    • 2009 January 20, Leo Schlink, “A Tomic ace”, Herald Sun:
      Only the smartest know where and when to lift and Tomic outplayed and out-thought 27-year-old Starace in the tightest spot in tennis - the tiebreaks.
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  28. trackwork
    • 2009 January 20, ADRIAN DUNN, MELBOURNE, “El of a love affair continues”, Herald Sun:
      Little noted that El Segundo clocked a closing 600m split in trackwork at Moonee Valley before the 2007 Cox Plate in about 36sec and the markers yesterday were much deeper.
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  29. videolink
    • 2009 January 20, Melissa Iaria, “Milad Mokbel refused to be quizzed on underworld murders”, Herald Sun:
      Mokbel, who appeared in court via videolink from Port Phillip Prison, pleaded guilty to refusing to take an oath as required by the Australian Crime Commission , a charge carrying up to five years' jail or a $22,000 fine.
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  30. weedicide
    • 2009 January 20, Megan McNaught, “Growers' war of the roses”, Herald Sun:
      "The easiest and most effective way of sabotaging a nursery is with weedicide," he said.
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  31. winnie

Sequestered[edit]

  1. spooner Only found in wooden spooner
    • 2009 January 20, Mark Stevens, “Absent Hawks open door for Dees”, Herald Sun:
      Wooden spooner Melbourne, which started training just two weeks after the Hawks' Grand Final triumph, will not be without a chance when the teams square off in Round 1 of the NAB Cup in Launceston on February 21.
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