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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-02-24 issue of the Herald Sun (2009-02-25).
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37147 tokens ‧ 26406 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4541 types ‧ 18 (~ 0.396%) words before cleaning ‧
2009 February 24, Steve Gray, “Pauline Hanson to stand in Queensland election”, Herald Sun:add
- The 54-year-old former Ipswich fish and chip shop owner came to fame in 1996 when she was disendorsed by the Liberal Party for advocating the abolition of welfare for Aborigines but went on to win the federal seat of Oxley and sit as an independent.
2009 February 24, Malcom Farr and AAP, “Sit down you mincing poodle,says Julia Gillard to Christopher Pyne”, Herald Sun:add
- Ms Gillard continued: "And obviously the Leader of the Opposition (Malcolm Turnbull), faced with the choice of a doberman or poodle, has gone for the poodle.
2009 February 24, Ashley Gardiner and Ben Packham, “Police and fire authorities fail to trigger fire alert”, Herald Sun:add
- "Telephone-based emergency warning systems are only a supplement to, and not a replacement for, the range of measures currently used to warn the public of emergencies, such as TV and radio, public address systems, doorknocking, sirens, signs and the internet," he said.
2009 February 24, Tony Grant-Taylor, “BrisConnections shareholder Nicholas Colton cashes in”, Herald Sun:add
- BrisConnections, by contrast, has vowed to vigorously resist the winding-up attempt - and warned unitholders that a winding-up would still leave them legally liable for the $1 due in April and the second $1 instalment in January next year.