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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-06 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-07).
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42745 tokens ‧ 31095 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4906 types ‧ 20 (~ 0.408%) words before cleaning ‧
- ambos *
2009 February 6, Terry Brown and Alan Howe, “Magpies legend Peter Daicos credits fitness for snakebite survival”, Herald Sun:add
- "The ambos were fantastic.
2009 February 6, Norrie Ross, “Cadbury Chocolate bid to monopolise purple fails”, Herald Sun:add
- Cadbury Schweppes has fought a six-year battle, chewing up millions of dollars in legal costs, to try to prove Darrell Lea breached the Trade Practices Act by using purple in its packaging, staff uniforms and store fitouts.
2009 February 6, “British army to swap corned beef rations for curry”, Herald Sun:add
- BRITISH troops in Iraq and Afghanistan will soon be swapping their chocolate bars and corned beef hash for oreos and chicken kormas, in a radical overhaul of army rations.
2009 February 6, Anne Wright, “One man stabbed and another injured in St Kilda assaults”, Herald Sun:add
- "The man’s head was then strapped to a spineboard.
2009 February 6, Gareth Trickey, “Synthetic hope as drought, heat destroys sports grounds”, Herald Sun:add
- The more than 400 drought-affected sportsgrounds have been thrown a lifeline thanks to a $28 million Government package for community sports facilities.