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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-13 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-14).

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2009-03-13[edit]

  1. boilover
    • 2009 March 13, Michael Horan, “Bulls hit back late”, Herald Sun:
      Although the Vics bat deep and need only a draw to claim the title - with rain forecast on day two - the collapse gave Queensland a chance of producing what would be a major boilover given the home side's outstanding season.
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  2. bubbacinos
    • 2009 March 13, Barefoot Investor Scott Pape, “Hard times hitting home”, Herald Sun:
      JANE Smith is typical of most of those yummy mummies you see congregating in coffee shops mid-morning: expensive strollers, salon-styled hair, bubbacinos.
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  3. caf
    • 2009 March 13, Barefoot Investor Scott Pape, “Hard times hitting home”, Herald Sun:
      Just like all the other mothers at the caf.
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  4. comparitor
    • 2009 March 13, John Beveridge, “Tide goes out on PPP funding”, Herald Sun:
      And given the drought in private debt markets, any meaningful public sector comparitor would most likely indicate the best value for taxpayers would involve them owning the asset.
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  5. desal
    • 2009 March 13, John Beveridge, “Tide goes out on PPP funding”, Herald Sun:
      While the dams are a whisker over 30 per cent full, the desal plant bidding consortia Bass Water and Aquasure are finding the tide of infrastructure risk capital has gone out much further.
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  6. easybeats
    • 2009 March 13, Terry Brown, “Sport's perfect storm”, Herald Sun:
      But he didn't expect the in-form Pies to be easybeats.
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  7. kindy
  8. minehunter
    • 2009 March 13, “Spectators salute as warships gather”, Herald Sun:
      The fleet of ships, including HMNZS Canterbury from New Zealand, joined two other vessels, the submarine HMAS Farncomb and the minehunter HMAS Hawkesbury , which were already anchored in Sydney Harbour.
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  9. onballer
    • 2009 March 13, Jon Ralph, “Missing Cameron Mooney creates contest”, Herald Sun:
      Clever onballer James Kelly will miss tonight because of a strained buttock muscle and David Wojcinski has been brought in as a substitute after missing last year's Grand Final.
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  10. runscorer
    • 2009 March 13, AAP, “Aussies relax amid Proteas' captain chaos”, Herald Sun:
      South Africa's leading runscorer Jacques Kallis, who captained the side for one Test against Australia in Johannesburg three years ago, will be skipper in Cape Town.
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  11. sexploits
    • 2009 March 13, Staff reporters, “Sex-toy thief pleads guilty to breaking into adult shop”, Herald Sun:
      Rosberg's sexploits, involving smashing his way into the Laneway Adult Shop off Spence St twice in late December, having sex with blow-up dolls and discarding them in an alley, made headlines around the world.
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  12. showbags
    • 2009 March 13, Terry Brown, “Sport's perfect storm”, Herald Sun:
      "They're handbags -- actually, no they're not, they are more like showbags than handbags."
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  13. talls
    • 2009 March 13, Jon Ralph, “Missing Cameron Mooney creates contest”, Herald Sun:
      In an exclusive interview in today's Herald Sun, Thompson says the Cats will play only two talls in their front six and Mooney is an automatic selection when fit.
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  14. unfussed

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