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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-26 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-27).

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43699 tokens ‧ 28988 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5177 types ‧ 33 (~ 0.637%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-26[edit]

  1. flighted
  2. foppy
    • 2009 February 26, Mikey Cahill, “>> Rock City”, Herald Sun:
      Even if you are not au fait with the Baltimore party-starter, you can immediately tell he ain't no stove-pipes, foppy fringe, unrequited angst indie type.
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  3. goaled
    • 2009 February 26, Mark Warner, “Ben Cousins' return to football pulls a crowd”, Herald Sun:
      First-gamer Dayne Beams capped an impressive start to his Magpies career when he goaled from just inside 50m to extend the break to 11 points.
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  4. goalsquare
  5. graffiting
  6. grassfire
    • 2009 February 26, AAP, “Men charged with looting from Black Saturday ashes”, Herald Sun:
      Acting Sgt Keon-Cohen was in a team of police investigating a grassfire at Narre Warren that spread to the houses and whether it had been deliberately lit when they learnt about the looting.
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  7. greenkeepers
    • 2009 February 26, Mark Hayes, “Ewan Porter wary of conditions at Moonah Links”, Herald Sun:
      "The course is fantastic (but) the greens are actually a lot firmer than this time last year and I assume the greenkeepers and Tour (officials) are thinking that we're not going to get a significant amount of wind over the next four days," Porter said after yesterday's pro-am.
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  8. groupwide
  9. houseketeers
    • 2009 February 26, “Club land”, Herald Sun:
      CSS singer Lovefoxxx, engaged to Klaxons' Simon Taylor, has emerged as a countercultural "It" girl to rival MIA. Next Wednesday, Brit houseketeers Basement Jaxx unveil their latest live set at the Palace, hopefully previewing their fifth album.
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  10. latino *
  11. lawnmowing
    • 2009 February 26, Cheryl Critchley, “Woman's touch for a handyman in free service”, Herald Sun:
      Monbulk transport driver and single father of two Stephen Rose has swapped his self-taught mechanical and lawnmowing skills for meals, babysitting and sewing.
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  12. leftfield
    • 2009 February 26, Mikey Cahill, “>> Rock City”, Herald Sun:
      Deacon's second album, Bromst , will be an intricate merry-go-round of joyous, leftfield compositions.
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  13. neuroforensic
    • 2009 February 26, Staff writer, “Teenager dies after fight club punch-up”, Herald Sun:
      "We are waiting to receive a report from a neuroforensic pathologist and a pathologist's report," Sgt Hatchwell said.
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  14. noodlings
    • 2009 February 26, “>> Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      HIGH PLACES World beat, dance and folky noodlings from Los Angeles.
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  15. placegetter
    • 2009 February 26, Matt Stewart, “Zavite wins in Launceston”, Herald Sun:
      There was a postscript to that incident when connections of third placegetter Ista Kareem approached stewards with concerns that the winner had received illegal treatment for the injuries.
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  16. plunderphonic
    • 2009 February 26, Mikey Cahill, “>> Rock City”, Herald Sun:
      I'm also working on a series of plunderphonic pieces, he reports.
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  17. pokery
  18. quiffers
    • 2009 February 26, “>> Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      THE STRAY CATS Original quiffers have been playing out sold out shows.
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  19. quiffy
    • 2009 February 26, “>> Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      THE ROCKABILLY BENDER Sin City, Firebird, Kretch and more get all quiffy and spiffy.
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  20. songtitles
    • 2009 February 26, Mikey Cahill, “>> Rock City”, Herald Sun:
      Be sure to remember songtitles like Build Voice , Red F , Paddling Ghost , Snookered and Of the Mountains .
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  21. soulstress
    • 2009 February 26, “Club land”, Herald Sun:
      Thursday soulstress Deni Hines, flying in especially, leads the Unite at the Prince spectacle with a host of DJs (Nathan G, aNyO and Luke McD) plus dancers.
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  22. streeting
    • 2009 February 26, Mark Hayes, “Ewan Porter wary of conditions at Moonah Links”, Herald Sun:
      After streeting the co-sanctioned Nationwide Tour field by seven shots last year , Porter is entitled to feel he has Moonah Links' measure this week.
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  23. thiomersal
    • 2009 February 26, By Clair Weaver, “Shot through with emotion”, Herald Sun:
      But the government says aluminium from vaccines is lower than the everyday intake from food or medications, while the mercury-based preservative thiomersal was removed from childhood vaccines in 2000.
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  24. uncleaner
    • 2009 February 26, “>> Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      NATHAN HOLLYWOOD BAND Metamorphosis for band who have become meaner and leaner and mighty uncleaner.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. politiks
    • 2009 February 26, “>> Rock, Pop and Roots”, Herald Sun:
      COLDPLAY The world's biggest stadium band ignore the ok politiks and just play really good shows.
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  2. skool *
    • 2009 February 26, “Club land”, Herald Sun:
      Ol' skool DJ Grandmaster Flash opens.
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