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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 ‧ 

2009-01-23[edit]

  1. allrounder
    • 2009 January 23, Ben Dorries, “Symonds refuses to rule out quitting after Ashes”, Herald Sun:
      The Australian allrounder, whose best mate Matthew Hayden retired last week, concedes he has only a limited number of "tokens" left in his cricket career.
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  2. approx
    • 2009 January 23, Achim Herterich, “Cooking tips, recipes with eggs”, Herald Sun:
      Slide a spatula around the edges to ensure the frittata is not sticking, place the pan into a hot oven 175 degrees approx 5 minutes until the top has been cooked.
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  3. backable
  4. baseliner
    • 2009 January 23, Leo Schlink, “Tomic rockets up rankings, Hewitt hits low point”, Herald Sun:
      The Gold Coast baseliner will certainly be chosen in the next squad and, if his practice form is up to scratch, he will vie with Guccione for the second singles role behind Hewitt.
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  5. capt
    • 2009 January 23, AAP, “Two new faces in Kiwi squad”, Herald Sun:
      NZ squad: Daniel Vettori (capt), Brendon McCullum, Jesse Ryder, Martin Guptill, Ross Tayor, Peter Fulton, Neil Broom, Grant Elliott, Brendon Diamanti, Tim Southee, Kyle Mills, Jeetan Patel, Iain O'Brien, Trent Boult.
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  6. countback
    • 2009 January 23, Ron Reed, “Star sprinter Graeme Brown bags win”, Herald Sun:
      Davis finished second yesterday after recovering from a fall to retain the leader's ochre jersey on a countback.
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  7. credentialled
    • 2009 January 23, Adam Hamilton, “Feel good story”, Herald Sun:
      Fast-forward and the impeccably credentialled entire finds himself under pressure after opening his Down Under career with a tiring sixth in last Saturday night's Bendigo Cup.
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  8. criteriums
    • 2009 January 23, Ron Reed, “Winds cause crash carnage”, Herald Sun:
      Cooke, who was badly cut and bruised in a heavy fall at the Bay Classic criteriums in Geelong this month, needed treatment for extensive abrasions and bruising after another fall yesterday.
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  9. crosscourt
    • 2009 January 23, Bruce Matthews, “Gooch gets a hand”, Herald Sun:
      The Frenchman whipped a crosscourt backhand past the advancing Australian to seize the second set.
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  10. darkhorse
    • 2009 January 23, Ron Reed, “Quirky but still the wheel deal”, Herald Sun:
      "He's a highly intelligent boy but a bit of a different character," says Alan Peiper, the Australian who directs the big American team Columbia-Highroad, for which Hansen is a darkhorse contender in the Tour Down Under.
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  11. discretionaries
    • 2009 January 23, “Export fears weigh on share market”, Herald Sun:
      IG Markets research analyst Ben Potter said the materials sector was the worst performer on the local bourse followed by consumer discretionaries, industrials and financials.
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  12. firesale
    • 2009 January 23, George Lekakis, “NAB no to UK sell-off”, Herald Sun:
      "Having invested a significant amount of time, effort and resources into getting them to be strong banks there is no way I'm going to engage in a firesale of a high quality asset," he said.
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  13. flagbearer
  14. groundstrokes
  15. kinders
  16. legspinner
    • 2009 January 23, Michael Horan, “Vics may chase master blaster Adam Gilchrist”, Herald Sun:
      VICTORIA could fight fire with fire by recruiting master blaster Adam Gilchrist or legendary legspinner Shane Warne for tomorrow night's Twenty20 final against New South Wales at ANZ Stadium.
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  17. outgoings
    • 2009 January 23, Anthony Marx, “CBA denies part in Storm damage”, Herald Sun:
      "This decision has been subsequently vindicated by the findings of the voluntary administrator who determined that Storm Financial's outgoings have been significantly more than the income of the company for some time.
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  18. paceman
  19. prizemoney
    • 2009 January 23, Finn Bradshaw with AAP, “Day 5 - Djokovic battles through”, Herald Sun:
      3. 30pm UPDATE: VENUS Williams may have led the charge for equal prizemoney for women, but that doesn't make her a political animal.
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  20. readministered
  21. sidewards
  22. steepling
  23. superbike
    • 2009 January 23, Craig Duff, “Elbowz digging in for more action”, Herald Sun:
      Spies was second quickest in the first superbike test of the season, but said he was still not at home on the Yamaha.
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  24. supersport
    • 2009 January 23, Craig Duff, “Elbowz digging in for more action”, Herald Sun:
      Australian defending world supersport champion Andrew Pitt, meanwhile, faces his biggest challenge from Honda teammate Kenan Sofuoglu.
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  25. supersports
    • 2009 January 23, Craig Duff, “Elbowz digging in for more action”, Herald Sun:
      Sofuoglu, who won the title in 2007, returned to supersports for the final race last season and won.
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  26. tiebreak
    • 2009 January 23, Bruce Matthews, “Gooch gets a hand”, Herald Sun:
      Simon committed only one unforced error in the 47-minute opening set, which required a tiebreak to settle it.
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  27. upkick
    • 2009 January 23, Fleur Leyden, “Worse economic news to come”, Herald Sun:
      The market was helped by a 3. 5 per cent upkick for Wall Street on President Barack Obama's first day in office.
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  28. videolink
    • 2009 January 23, Paul Anderson, “Milad Mokbel get more jail over silence at murder probe”, 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 ACC, a charge carrying up to five years' jail or a $22,000 fine.
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  29. winegrowing
    • 2009 January 23, Ron Reed, “Winds cause crash carnage”, Herald Sun:
      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.
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