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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-27 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-03-28).
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2009 March 27, Stuart Innes, “Tourism industry wants airplane security restrictions eased”, Herald Sun:add
- IT'S time to dump the ban on carrying tweezers, nail clippers and small pocket knives on to aircrafts, says a tourism industry body.
2009 March 27, Malcolm Farr with AAP, “ASIO has no concerns about Helen Liu as Rudd backs Fitzgibbon”, Herald Sun:add
- The trips were taken in 2002 to Beijing and Shanghai and 2005 to Shanghai when he was an Opposition front bencher.
2009 March 27, By staff writers and wires, “Womb with a view: The TummyTub makes baby's bathtime a familiar experience”, Herald Sun:add
- THEY may just look like bubs in buckets, but this is apparently the closest these babies will get to life back in the womb.
2009 March 27, Karl de Kroo, “Titans rub salt in Bulldogs' wounds”, Herald Sun:add
- Campbell, growing into his role with every touch, helped turned the tide with a series of well-weighted kicks of his own, and then borrowing from the playbook of his injured skipper, he delivered the Titans their first points of the night through a crossfield kick that was knocked down by a flying Esi Tonga and into the waiting arms of Luke O'Dwyer.