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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-08-19 issue of the Herald Sun which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-08-20).

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39395 tokens ‧ 28625 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4822 types ‧ 24 (~ 0.498%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-08-19[edit]

  1. barracker
    • 2009 August 19, Mark Dunn, “'Barracker, no terrorist'”, Herald Sun:
      But Kent's defence lawyers argued he was more "a barracker" than an active participant.
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  2. crimewave
    • 2009 August 19, Ben Packham, “Criminals control our PCs”, Herald Sun:
      ONLINE criminals are controlling hundreds of thousands of Aussie computers amid an unprecedented global cyber crimewave.
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  3. dasht
    • 2009 August 19, Ian McPhedran, “Diggers on the edge in Afghanistan”, Herald Sun:
      The walled mud compounds, or qalas, where the local Pashtun people live, are sited in the desert, or dasht, close to the "green" and precious water.
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  4. flexibles *
    • 2009 August 19, Terry McCrann, “Win-win deal for the times”, Herald Sun:
      Alcan is mostly flexibles -- and so it boosts Amcor's flexible packaging business to a globally significant $7 billion one.
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  5. instos
    • 2009 August 19, Terry McCrann, “Win-win deal for the times”, Herald Sun:
      The ease with which it got that away to the hungry instos -- albeit at a huge discount -- acts as an ironic foretaste of Amcor's own big $1.6 billion share issue to provide two-thirds of the funding for this buy.
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  6. iphone
    • 2009 August 19, “Domino's spices up profit”, Herald Sun:
      Customers will soon be able to place and track orders using an iphone, he said.
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  7. morwong
    • 2009 August 19, Steve Cooper, “Getting in deep for some sport”, Herald Sun:
      The 200g jigs were dropped and retrieved and soon we were hooking snapper, nannygai (red snapper), groper, barracouta and morwong.
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  8. mujahidin
    • 2009 August 19, Mark Dunn, “'Barracker, no terrorist'”, Herald Sun:
      In 2003, material was seized from Kent, including a photo showing him dressed as a mujahidin.
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  9. nannygai
    • 2009 August 19, Steve Cooper, “Getting in deep for some sport”, Herald Sun:
      The 200g jigs were dropped and retrieved and soon we were hooking snapper, nannygai (red snapper), groper, barracouta and morwong.
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  10. qalas
    • 2009 August 19, Ian McPhedran, “Diggers on the edge in Afghanistan”, Herald Sun:
      The walled mud compounds, or qalas, where the local Pashtun people live, are sited in the desert, or dasht, close to the "green" and precious water.
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  11. samson
  12. samsons
    • 2009 August 19, Steve Cooper, “Getting in deep for some sport”, Herald Sun:
      Looking similar to yellowtail kingfish except for a slightly blunter head and olive skin tones, samsons are one of the most highly prized sportfish in southern waters.
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  13. sportfish
    • 2009 August 19, Steve Cooper, “Getting in deep for some sport”, Herald Sun:
      Looking similar to yellowtail kingfish except for a slightly blunter head and olive skin tones, samsons are one of the most highly prized sportfish in southern waters.
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  14. suspendered
  15. syndesmosis
  16. whitetips
    • 2009 August 19, By staff writers, “Lost diver survives after 20km swim to shore”, Herald Sun:
      The waters around the islands are popular with divers from all over the world because of the chance to spot several kinds of sharks, including hammerheads and oceanic whitetips.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. vakataga
    • 2009 August 19, “Ditch your dacks to appease God”, Herald Sun:
      "We can't understand how wearing a sulu vakataga on Sunday will help us forge closer relations with the divine, he said.
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