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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-24 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-25).

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33388 tokens ‧ 24403 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4152 types ‧ 29 (~ 0.698%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-01-24[edit]

  1. airconditioning
    • 2009 January 24, Ben Butler and Gareth Trickey, “Job cuts, sales down at Keysborough factories”, Herald Sun:
      There's no airconditioning and the heat is already making Mr Bain sweat, but it would be even hotter if the dryer - a huge oven, big enough to fit a family car - was running.
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  2. allrounder
  3. baseliner
    • 2009 January 24, Bruce Matthews, “Andy Roddick finishes French romance”, Herald Sun:
      The steady baseliner toyed with Yen-Hsun who recovered from a two-sets-to-one deficit to upset 10th seed David Nalbandian in the previous round.
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  4. biosequestration
    • 2009 January 24, “Turnbull climate plan welcomed”, Herald Sun:
      The Coalition's Green Carbon Initiative would offset greenhouse gases by biosequestration capturing and storing large quantities of carbon in soil and vegetation.
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  5. cardio
    • 2009 January 24, Georgie Pilcher, health reporter, “Thornbury man Ray Moon, 79, world's oldest bodybuilder”, Herald Sun:
      The pensioner only began bodybuilding five years ago and does five strength and cardio training sessions a week, including 4km on the treadmill and 45 minutes of weight training.
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  6. compatriate
    • 2009 January 24, Adrian Ballantyne and Michael Howard, “Australian Open coverage - Day 6”, Herald Sun:
      In other action, Williams' sister Venus' destroyer Carla Suarez Navarro has continued her dream run, defeating Spanish compatriate Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez 6-1 6-4.
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  7. conquerer
    • 2009 January 24, Adrian Ballantyne and Michael Howard, “Australian Open coverage - Day 6”, Herald Sun:
      4.25pm update SPANIARD Fernando Verdasco has reeled off an astonishing 15 games straight to blow past his AAMI Classic final conquerer Radek Stepanek.
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  8. farewelled
    • 2009 January 24, “Marat says goodbye to Mebourne”, Herald Sun:
      IT wasn't quite on his terms, but close enough as mighty Marat Safin farewelled Melbourne Park with a third-round Australian Open loss to Roger Federer.
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  9. groundstrokes
  10. jumpouts
    • 2009 January 24, Tim Habel, “Gruenfeld Diamond hype”, Herald Sun:
      He's won a couple of 800m jumpouts and seems quick enough.
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  11. monstering
    • 2009 January 24, Leo Schlink, “The spin doctor”, Herald Sun:
      When Wilander, now 44, peers on to Rod Laver Arena and watches Rafael Nadal monstering Croat Roko Karanusic, he marvels at the unorthodox style of the best player in the world.
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  12. outmuscled
    • 2009 January 24, Sam Edmund, “Jelena Jankovic continues smooth ride”, Herald Sun:
      The second followed a similar pattern and although Sugiyama was not outmuscled, she lacked the power to deliver the killer blow during long baseline rallies.
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  13. powdercoating
  14. prizemoney
    • 2009 January 24, Michael Horan, “Adam Gilchrist passes on final chance”, Herald Sun:
      Dodemaide said Victoria was comfortable with its approach to Gilchrist and had no doubt the advent of the Champions League has made the idea of domestic teams recruiting a high-class import very attractive given the huge prizemoney on offer.
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  15. quinellaed
    • 2009 January 24, Tim Habel, “Gruenfeld Diamond hype”, Herald Sun:
      Hayes, who has quinellaed the past three Diamonds, said his prospects this year looked bleak.
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  16. shotmakers
    • 2009 January 24, Leo Schlink, “The spin doctor”, Herald Sun:
      "Andre Agassi, one of the game's great shotmakers, generated 1900 rotations per minute in his prime.
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  17. stablemates
    • 2009 January 24, Matt Stewart, “Hayes unearths genuine Guineas contender”, Herald Sun:
      Hayes said Nicconi had clearly emerged as his Guineas trump, given classy stablemates All American and Von Costa De Hero could be saved for shorter races such as the Newmarket Handicap (1200m).
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  18. stormwater
    • 2009 January 24, “Storm warnings for flooded areas”, Herald Sun:
      Several homes in Mt Isa have already been drenched after rain pelted down early last evening, causing stormwater drains to flood.
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  19. streeted
  20. underspin
    • 2009 January 24, Leo Schlink, “The spin doctor”, Herald Sun:
      He was left-handed and he hit very flat and sometimes there was underspin, sometimes sidespin.
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  21. unraced
    • 2009 January 24, Tim Habel, “Gruenfeld Diamond hype”, Herald Sun:
      There is also Blue Diamond support for the unraced Mark Kavanagh-trained filly, Luce Del Mare ($51 to $21), and Clinton McDonald's colt Bombay Sling ($51 to $26), who make their debuts on Monday.
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  22. upperhand
    • 2009 January 24, Adrian Ballantyne and Michael Howard, “Australian Open coverage - Day 6”, Herald Sun:
      Stosur held the upperhand for much of the set, leading 3-1 then 5-2, but Dementieva - the fourth seed - rallied to pinch the set 9-7 in the tie-breaker.
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  23. wickettaker

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