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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-26 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-27).

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  1. botox
    • 2009 January 26, Carolyn Ford, “Rich not buying luxury items”, Herald Sun:
      ``They're not doing the hair, manicures, shopping, facials, pedicures, waxing, the spray tans, the botox treatments, Gold Class movies, lunch or tennis so much now," Ms Sargood said.
  2. capt
    • 2009 January 26, AAP, “Australia and South Africa evenly poised after 25 overs”, Herald Sun:
      Australia: Ricky Ponting (capt), Shaun Marsh, David Warner, Mike Hussey, David Hussey, Cameron White, Brad Haddin, James Hopes, Mitchell Johnson, Ben Hilfenhaus, Shaun Tait, Nathan Hauritz (12th man).
  3. crumbing
  4. drawcards
    • 2009 January 26, Kelly Ryan, “New security storm after flare goes off”, Herald Sun:
      Perfect weather, big-name stars on the courts and a changing line-up of Australian and overseas entertainers are proving huge drawcards.
  5. flexi
    • 2009 January 26, Adrian Dunn, “Punters to hit tote for six”, Herald Sun:
      Unit cost for a Big6 bet is 50 cents, but Tabcorp's hugely successful flexi betting option is available on Big6.
  6. foresaken
  7. lbw
  8. linesperson
    • 2009 January 26, Leo Schlink, “Roger Federer and Tomas Berdych slam Hawk-Eye”, Herald Sun:
      If it's nine-all in the fifth set, you got to use it and there's a terrible call because the linesperson was sleeping and the umpire was drinking coffee, of course then it's good you have it.
  9. punchdrunk
    • 2009 January 26, AAP, “Australia's day soured by poor batting”, Herald Sun:
      So pronounced was Australia's decline from 2-110 when Ponting and Mike Hussey (28) were together that they were ultimately left to take the batting powerplay at a punchdrunk 8-189.
  10. quaddie
    • 2009 January 26, Adrian Dunn, “Punters to hit tote for six”, Herald Sun:
      It will be 25 per cent, 5 per cent more than the quaddie, when the promotional period ends.
  11. rorting
    • 2009 January 26, Rick Wallace, Gary Hughes, “$90m hole in Victoria Police IT arm”, Herald Sun:
      BITS is the subject of an investigation by ethical standards department commander David Sprague after revelations of theft and rorting.
  12. skying
    • 2009 January 26, AAP, “Australia's day soured by poor batting”, Herald Sun:
      Brad Haddin (three) failed to add anything of substance, lashing out at Botha's top spinner and skying an outfield catch, and David Hussey's sound start (24) was wasted when he skewered a slower ball to backward point.
  13. statured
    • 2009 January 26, Finn Bradshaw with AAP, “Day 8 update - Nadal cruises through”, Herald Sun:
      The small statured Suarez Navarro - she stands just 163cm tall - is making her debut in the Australian Open.
  14. toppers
    • 2009 January 26, Cameron Adams, “Sniffer dogs have their Big Day Out”, Herald Sun:
      UK act the Prodigy will headline the Boiler Room, with chart toppers the Ting Tings playing at 2.15pm on the green stage.
  15. waterslides
  16. wellwishers
    • 2009 January 26, Staff writer, “Hudson River hero honoured”, Herald Sun:
      Since Mr Sullenberger was identified as the pilot, his home has been inundated with wellwishers and reporters seeking an interview.