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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-29 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-01-30).

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  1. cajun
    • 2009 January 29, “Other music”, Herald Sun:
      MOONEE VALLEY DRIFTERS Great country, cajun, and swing music to listen to and dance to.
  2. corten
    • 2009 January 29, “Exhibitions”, Herald Sun:
      STEEL AND STONE Rudi Jass has developed a distinctly complementary style with copper, corten steel bronze, glass and stone.
  3. drawcard
    • 2009 January 29, Bruce Matthews, “Men ask for women to share late nights at Open”, Herald Sun:
      Roddick was sympathetic to Djokovic's predicament, citing how he's often the victim as a home-nation drawcard at the US Open, the only other grand slam with a night program.
  4. finetuned
  5. folkster
    • 2009 January 29, “Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      CHRIS PICKERING Alternative folkster launches single .
  6. gallopers
  7. goalscoring
    • 2009 January 29, AAP, “Wenger praises Cahill”, Herald Sun:
      SOCCEROOS star Tim Cahill bolstered his reputation as one the game's finest goalscoring midfielders as he chalked up his 100th goal in senior English football.
  8. groundstrokes
  9. hitout
  10. huhhhh
  11. laidback
    • 2009 January 29, “Exhibitions”, Herald Sun:
      NO STANDING ONLY DANCING Photographs by Rennie Ellis capture a candid, laidback Australia.
  12. mulesing
  13. outrallied
    • 2009 January 29, Bruce Matthews, “Fernando Verdasco joins rankings top 10”, Herald Sun:
      Not satisfied with a debut grand slam quarter-final appearance, Verdasco outrallied France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to book a place among the last four.
  14. paceman
    • 2009 January 29, Justin Chadwick, “South African pacemen rested for final one-dayer”, Herald Sun:
      With an unassailable 3-1 series lead , the Proteas will blood 19-year-old allrounder Wayne Parnell and 24-year-old left-arm paceman Lonwabo Tsotsobe in place of Steyn and Ntini in their tour finale at the WACA ground
  15. pranky
  16. rainless
    • 2009 January 29, “Adelaide swelters through record night”, Herald Sun:
      South Australia's army of CFS volunteers is on standby to tackle multiple threats across the state and small fires have already started overnight, some of these sparked by lightning from teasing, almost rainless storms north of Adelaide.
  17. sonics
  18. sportsbetting
    • 2009 January 29, “Profit slump for Tabcorp”, Herald Sun:
      Wagering revenue was up 13 per cent as the business recovered from last year's Equine Influenza outbreak and continued to enjoy positive growth in sportsbetting, the company said.
  19. stayer
    • 2009 January 29, Adam Hamilton, “Divisive's career under threat due to leg injury”, Herald Sun:
      Decorated Jasper and tough stayer Manwarra Goforgold carry the hopes for a fourth successive locally trained cup winner -- Safari, Sting Lika Bee and Robin Hood have won the past three.
  20. storages
  21. strangular
  22. studmaster
  23. superjammers
  24. suspensory
  25. suveillaince
  26. telemovie
  27. topspun
    • 2009 January 29, Scott Gullan and Bruce Matthews, “Frenchman Gilles Simon pushes top seed Rafael Nadal”, Herald Sun:
      While Verdasco's booming left-hand serve didn't blow away Tsonga like world No. 4 Andy Murray in the previous round, the still conditions under Rod Laver Arena's roof allowed the 25-year-old to wield his heavily topspun forehand and double-fisted backhand with devastating effect.
  28. toxaemia
    • 2009 January 29, Holly Ife, “Vet helps animals in India”, Herald Sun:
      "An animal in this condition is a poor candidate for surgery, but in (the leopard's) case there was no option or she would have died from toxaemia within 24 hours," Dr McGennisken said.
  29. trackwork
  30. twangtastic
    • 2009 January 29, “Other music”, Herald Sun:
      MATT JOE GOW AND SEAN SIMMONS Catch The Spoils do their twangtastic best.
  31. underperformance
    • 2009 January 29, George Lekakis, “NAB Star is fading”, Herald Sun:
      The fund manager has been plagued by underperformance and was forced to freeze redemptions on some of its funds at the height of the financial crisis last November.