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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-01 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-02).

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  1. achilles
    • 2009 February 1, Chris Wilson, “Craig Mottram forecasts a year of healing”, Herald Sun:
      But only now has he revealed a secret injury, admitting he's taken an extended break to treat achilles pain that has troubled him for 18 months.
  2. bashings
    • 2009 February 1, James Campbell and Evonne Barry, “City erupts again after brutal bashing”, Herald Sun:
      The attack comes after a year in which there were dozens of assaults and bashings in and around the CBD.
  3. bellringers
    • 2009 February 1, Bryan Patterson, “The wonder of faith”, Herald Sun:
      Consequently, over 33 years, 12 German bellringers died when they were struck by lightning.
  4. diarise
    • 2009 February 1, By Nicola Conville, “When panic attacks”, Herald Sun:
      If I know I have a stressful period coming up at work, I diarise down time, including regular massages, and I make sure I don’t drink too much to offset the stress.”
  5. finetuned
    • 2009 February 1, By Christina Larmer, “Home to a crowded house”, Herald Sun:
      That’s where you have your rough edges finetuned, when you have to butt up against flatmates who get up your nose.
  6. galloper
    • 2009 February 1, Rod Nicholson, “Apache Cat just can&squo;t cut it in sprints now”, Herald Sun:
      AUSTRALIA'S champion galloper Weekend Hussler confirmed his status, but this nation's reigning champion sprinter of last season, Apache Cat, is a spent force - at least as a sprinter.
  7. lbw
  8. medicalisation
    • 2009 February 1, Evonne Barry, “Childbirth - complex choices”, Herald Sun:
      Others argue that high caesarean rates are symptomatic of the "medicalisation" of childbirth.
  9. paceman
  10. proletarianisation
    • 2009 February 1, James Campbell, “Ugly truth about the tattoo obsession”, Herald Sun:
      Well, I think it does matter because, as the English writer Theodore Dalrymple has pointed out, the rise of the tattoo into the middle class is an example of the creeping proletarianisation of society.
  11. roundarm
  12. stayer
    • 2009 February 1, Tim Habel, “Largo Lad is set to step up”, Herald Sun:
      Ladies In Luck's career was in limbo until tried as a stayer five starts ago.
  13. storages
    • 2009 February 1, Staff writers, “Fires rage as business counts cost”, Herald Sun:
      Melbourne's water storages plunged by 0.7 per cent in a week, down to 33.1 per cent capacity, as Victoria recorded its second-driest January on record.
  14. tailenders
    • 2009 February 1, Ken Piesse, “Bryce McGain&squo;s ready for big test, says Graham Manou”, Herald Sun:
      Having made 400 courtesy of a century stand between tailenders Damien Wright and Clinton McKay, who each scored 50s, ladder leaders Victoria is on the verge of more points, being just one wicket away from a lengthy South Australian tail.
  15. titanosaurus
  16. trackwork
    • 2009 February 1, Tim Habel, “Largo Lad is set to step up”, Herald Sun:
      "All the indications in his trackwork are that he has grown into his body and he's doing things more correctly now," Hayes said.
  17. wicketless