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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-10 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-11).

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  1. clubmates
    • 2009 February 10, Guy Hand, “Scott McDonald warns of free-kick threat from Shunsuke Nakamura”, Herald Sun:
      The clubmates have swapped plenty of banter in the lead-up to the qualifier in Yokohama, which will go a long way to deciding which two teams earn automatic qualification from Group 1 for next year's World Cup finals.
  2. dressingroom
    • 2009 February 10, Christian Nicolussi, “CA backs decision”, Herald Sun:
      "This was a private issue within the walls of a dressingroom, it's something that happens from time to time in sporting teams," he said.
  3. firefront
    • 2009 February 10, Mark Buttler, “Tragic bushfire toll now 166”, Herald Sun:
      Many other communities remained on alert, among them Healesville where fire-bombing aircraft were battling to douse spot blazes from a looming firefront.
  4. fireys
  5. interclub
    • 2009 February 10, Bruce Matthews and Jon Ralph, “Punch and Jury”, Herald Sun:
      Whether O'hAilpin is allowed to play the Challenge series, effectively interclub practice matches, will be decided by the Blues' leadership group this week.
  6. legspin
    • 2009 February 10, AAP, “Australia stays alive”, Herald Sun:
      Vice captain Michael Clarke (1-23) delivered eight tight overs, but Cameron White was harshly treated, smacked for 24 from two overs the day after admitting he needed to start well each time he took the ball to maintain confidence in his flat legspin.
  7. restructures *
    • 2009 February 10, George Lekakis, “New kink at Nylex”, Herald Sun:
      News of the default could potentially upend the group which has undergone countless restructures since hitting trouble 10 years ago.
  8. sandbelt
    • 2009 February 10, Mark Hayes, “School out as 12-year-old takes on Karrie Webb”, Herald Sun:
      Pitt said Golf Australia hoped to return the Open to one of the traditional sandbelt courses in 2010, the last of a minimum three-year deal to play the event in Melbourne.
  9. sectionals
    • 2009 February 10, Adrian Dunn, “Essaouira likely to skip Diamond”, Herald Sun:
      Not only did Essaouira win unextended by six lengths on Friday, but this daughter of Exceed And Excel's sectionals were comparable with Isa Halo, winner of the Flying on the same program.
  10. securityholders
    • 2009 February 10, Ben Sharples, “Power struggle weighs on Transfield”, Herald Sun:
      "The board has taken a prudent approach to distribution payments given market conditions and the uncertain economic climate to ensure long-term sustainability of returns to securityholders," TSI Fund chief executive Steve MacDonald said in a statement yesterday.
  11. skying
    • 2009 February 10, AAP, “Australia stays alive”, Herald Sun:
      Haddin opened with Michael Clarke who was dismissed for 14 off 19 balls and captain Ricky Ponting managed just 15 off 27 balls before skying a catch.
  12. southerlies
    • 2009 February 10, By staff writers and wires, “Healesville on alert as Victoria's bushfires continue to rage”, Herald Sun:
      "It's not critical but the fire is spotting around there so the community is asked to be very vigilant as the winds are moving around a bit and there are some strong southerlies coming in later today."
  13. sportspeople
    • 2009 February 10, Staff reporters, “Sports rally to bushfire cause”, Herald Sun:
      Many sportspeople will also wear black armbands as a mark of respect for those who have lost their lives.
  14. stormwater
    • 2009 February 10, “NSW's leaky schools to get upgrade”, Herald Sun:
      Projects to be funded include 36 new security fences at a cost of $7.5 million, 266 toilet upgrade projects at a cost of $52.5 million, 193 roofing repair projects at a cost of $43.7 million, and 301 repairs to sewers and stormwater drains at a cost of $42.8 million.
  15. uncrossable
    • 2009 February 10, Terry McCrann, “Focal point for rescue package”, Herald Sun:
      When a treasury secretary says that to an Opposition leader, he has allowed his arrogance to take him across an uncrossable line.
  16. ungazetted