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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-25 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-26).

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2009-01-25[edit]

  1. aircrane
    • 2009 January 25, Sue Hewitt, “Pilots ready to rock as Elvis fires up”, Herald Sun:
      WHEN fire storms hit Victoria, the pilots of aircrane Elvis are ready to rock ¿n¿ roll, lifting the 10-tonne orange beast skyward within minutes.
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  2. baseballer
    • 2009 January 25, Bryan Patterson, “Cougars who stalk the cubs”, Herald Sun:
      Queen of the cougar pack is Madonna, the 50-year-old good-time gal who divorced 40-year-old Guy Ritchie (in part because he said she looked like a granny on stage) and then was rumoured to have hooked up with bad-boy baseballer Alex Rodriguez, 33.
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  3. bookselling
    • 2009 January 25, “Full list of Australia Day honours”, Herald Sun:
      Mrs Jean Elsie FERGUSON Dapto NSW 2530 For service to literature and the bookselling industry, and to the community of Wollongong.
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  4. botox
    • 2009 January 25, Stephen Drill, “Education costs soar”, Herald Sun:
      Meanwhile, a survey has found one in 25 Australians would rather spend their money on botox and liposuction than private school fees.
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  5. cooktops
    • 2009 January 25, By Dr Cindy Pan, “Living with epilepsy”, Herald Sun:
      These include such precautions as swimming only in the company of a responsible adult who knows about your condition and how to manage a seizure; getting your doctor to assess whether or not you should drive; having showers rather than baths, and leaving the bathroom door unlocked; using guards for open fires, radiators and cooktops.
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  6. crosscourt
    • 2009 January 25, Bruce Matthews, “Brave Sam Stosur wilts under Elena Dementieva”, Herald Sun:
      What became a pivotal seven minutes, Stosur pulled back an early deficit to draw level at 6-6 before Dementieva nailed a running crosscourt forehand and then buried a forehand volley after a rare visit to the net to seal the critical tiebreak.
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  7. dancesport
    • 2009 January 25, “Full list of Australia Day honours”, Herald Sun:
      Mr Donald Alfred BLACKAM Mount Clear Vic 3350 For service to the community through philanthropic contributions to health, youth and dancesport organisations.
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  8. duetting
    • 2009 January 25, Kate Mickan, “Jimmy's busy brood”, Herald Sun:
      As well as duetting with him on Campbell's new album, Barnes also sang at his recent wedding.
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  9. fightback
  10. fluoros
    • 2009 January 25, By Dr Cindy Pan, “Living with epilepsy”, Herald Sun:
      About one in 20 epilepsy sufferers are sensitive to flashing lights, which can include strobe lighting or flickering fluoros, TV shows or video games, and even dappled light flashing through trees or buildings as you drive down the street in the late afternoon.
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  11. galloper
    • 2009 January 25, Rod Nicholson, “Get ready for Hussler v Cat”, Herald Sun:
      The Hussler's trainer, Ross McDonald, is confident Australia's champion galloper will win the clashes, despite Weekend Hussler never having competed over 1000m before.
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  12. groundstrokes
    • 2009 January 25, Bruce Matthews, “Brave Sam Stosur wilts under Elena Dementieva”, Herald Sun:
      But each time Dementieva underlined why she holds such a lofty world standing by answering the challenge with those unerring groundstrokes, particularly the forehand, to hit back after dropping her serve.
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  13. gynaecological
    • 2009 January 25, “Full list of Australia Day honours”, Herald Sun:
      Dr Malcolm Lees STENING VRD Narrabeen NSW 2101 For service to medicine as a gynaecological surgeon, and to the community through the recording of naval history.
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  14. hardman
    • 2009 January 25, Peter Badel, “Crocker: I'll quit if I can't go”, Herald Sun:
      FORMER Melbourne Storm hardman Michael Crocker will consider retirement if he is denied a work permit by the British government.
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  15. horseracing
    • 2009 January 25, “Full list of Australia Day honours”, Herald Sun:
      Mr Bryan Bernard MARTIN Blackburn Vic 3130 For service to the thoroughbred horseracing industry, particularly as a broadcaster and administrator, and to the community through charitable organisations.
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  16. leadlight
  17. newies
    • 2009 January 25, Scott Podmore, “Young at heart”, Herald Sun:
      There's always the staple tunes in our set but it's fun to also play a few newies," Cheney said.
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  18. paceman
  19. punchings
    • 2009 January 25, Evonne Barry, “Booze and the trail of violence”, Herald Sun:
      Over the past four years, the rate of "interpersonal" attacks and "penetrating injuries" - such as stabbings, glassings, punchings, beatings - has doubled, he said.
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  20. restumping
    • 2009 January 25, Caroline James, “Traps to avoid when relocating a home”, Herald Sun:
      A house in Moorabbin listed for sale with Better House Removers would cost its buyer "about $75,000-$90,000" to move, including the house, restumping, rejoining, new roof, sarking and metal batons, and council permits, Mr Bernardo estimated.
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  21. revegetation
    • 2009 January 25, “Full list of Australia Day honours”, Herald Sun:
      Mr Denis William O'MEARA Dalkeith WA 6009 For service to the environment through native plant propagation and revegetation programs, to the mining industry, and to the community of the Pilbara region.
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  22. sarking
    • 2009 January 25, Caroline James, “Traps to avoid when relocating a home”, Herald Sun:
      A house in Moorabbin listed for sale with Better House Removers would cost its buyer "about $75,000-$90,000" to move, including the house, restumping, rejoining, new roof, sarking and metal batons, and council permits, Mr Bernardo estimated.
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  23. wholegrain
    • 2009 January 25, By Joanna Hall, “Teen tips for healthy eating”, Herald Sun:
      Best sources lean red meat, poultry, fish, dark green, leafy vegetables and wholegrain cereals.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. zulu -> zulu bunny?
    • 2009 January 25, Scott Podmore, “Young at heart”, Herald Sun:
      One minute you can be catching South African import Risenga's Bush Techno in full tribal dress in Lilyworld as he performs "tummy percussion" on his randomly selected obese "zulu bunny's" bare stomach, to being swept up in the metal blast dished out by Birds of Tokyo or Bullet For My Valentine from the main stages.
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