User:Visviva/Herald Sun 20090123
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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-23 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-24).
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47088 tokens ‧ 35593 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5235 types ‧ 46 (~ 0.879%) words before cleaning ‧
2009 January 23, Mark Stevens, “And then there were two Aussies: Sam Stosur and Jelena Dokic”, Herald Sun:add
- "Fantastic groundstrokes .
2009 January 23, Susie O'Brien, “Strong discipline in schools can lead to lasting harm - study”, Herald Sun:add
- She found nine out of 10 schools used tangible rewards such as stickers, prizes or merit certificates -- compared with only 10 per cent of kinders and no childcare centres.
2009 January 23, Carly Crawford, Washington, “Barack Obama stays up late, starts early on first day”, Herald Sun:add
- Chief Justice John Roberts readministered the Constitutional oath last night after feeding Mr Obama an incorrect phrase at Wednesday's formal inauguration.
2009 January 23, Paul Anderson, “Milad Mokbel get more jail over silence at murder probe”, Herald Sun:add
- Mokbel, who appeared in court via videolink from Port Phillip Prison, pleaded guilty to refusing to take an oath as required by the ACC, a charge carrying up to five years' jail or a $22,000 fine.
2009 January 23, Ron Reed, “Winds cause crash carnage”, Herald Sun:add
- Nine riders, including defending champion Andre Greipel and Australian star sprinter Baden Cooke, dropped out with injuries sustained in two crashes during the 136km trip from suburban Adelaide through the Clare Valley winegrowing region to Victor Harbour on the coast.