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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-18 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-19).

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  1. allround
  2. insurances
    • 2009 February 18, Cheryl Critchley, “Free child care for Victorian bushfire victims”, Herald Sun:
      "The children need to get back to some level of normalcy and their families can certainly use some respite to deal with things such as insurances, licences and other things they have lost," he said.
  3. loungerooms
    • 2009 February 18, Megan McNaught, “Sam the Koala raises $300,000 for CFA”, Herald Sun:
      The other star of the photo, David Tree, said he found it "absolutely remarkable" that his photograph would be on display in thousands of loungerooms across the world.
  4. mmboe
    • 2009 February 18, “Woodside defies global gloom”, Herald Sun:
      Annual production was 81.3 million barrels of oil equivalent (mmboe), up 15 per cent on 70.6 mmboe in 2007, with Woodside reaffirming its 2009 production target of 81-86mmboe in 2009.
  5. newsagency
  6. northside
    • 2009 February 18, Tristan Swanwick, “Brisbane dad accused of force feeing son poison gets bail”, Herald Sun:
      The 23-year-old man is charged with administering poison with intent to harm and acts intended to disable following the alleged incident at Keperra on Brisbane’s northside on February 1, the Courier Mail reports.
  7. preselections
    • 2009 February 18, By Dennis Shanahan, “Malcolm Turnbull's reshuffle provokes Liberal rift”, Herald Sun:
      The internal machinations are set against a background of hotly contested Senate preselections, especially in NSW and Victoria; constitutional rule changes to give the federal executive more power; tensions in Queensland over the merger with the Nationals; the appointment of new deputy director, James McGrath, who worked with London Mayor Boris Johnson; and a still extremely popular Kevin Rudd.
  8. refire
    • 2009 February 18, AAP, “South Australia does Victoria a favour by bouncing Bulls”, Herald Sun:
      On a slowing pitch and against the tight lines of an inexperienced yet enthusiastic SA attack, the Bulls were unable to refire the ignition, George and O'Brien bowling with conspicuous thrift as Lee Carseldine (17), Nathan Reardon (16) and Clinton Perren (one) all perished.
  9. runrate
  10. scratchie
  11. shoosh
  12. slingshotted
  13. strokeplay
  14. topscored
  15. volleyballer
    • 2009 February 18, Matt Johnston, “Stars' healing work aid weary firefighters”, Herald Sun:
      The residents of Kinglake smiled and laughed as they met their Olympic heroes -- including basketball legend Andrew Gaze, Beijing walking medallist Jared Tallent, beach volleyballer Natalie Cook, swimmer Giaan Rooney and rower Drew Ginn.


  1. armer *
    • 2009 February 18, AAP, “South Australia does Victoria a favour by bouncing Bulls”, Herald Sun:
      Young Redbacks pacemen Peter George (1-38), Gary Putland (2-39) and Jake Haberfield (2-43), and slow left armer Aaron O'Brien (2-36), all delivered frustrating spells to lift the home side to the consolation of third place in the competition for 2008-09.