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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 2009-02-25 issue of the Herald Sun (2009-02-26).

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35535 tokens ‧ 25837 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4586 types ‧ 17 (~ 0.371%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-25[edit]

  1. alcopops
  2. berley
  3. clearways
  4. clubrooms
    • 2009 February 25, Alison Barclay, “Eddie McGuire portrait entered into 2009”, Herald Sun:
      The Collingwood president and former Channel Nine chief sat for Melbourne artist Lewis Miller at the behest of the Magpies, who wanted a portrait for their clubrooms.
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  5. deregister
  6. doberman
  7. finetuning
    • 2009 February 25, Mark Stevens, “Carlton coach Brett Ratten snubs pre-season rules”, Herald Sun:
      The deliberate-rushed-behind trial rule appears certain to be introduced in the home-and-away season, but it does not affect game style and team finetuning as the backward kick and 20m rules do.
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  8. flatscreen
    • 2009 February 25, Danny Gorog, “Games to go”, Herald Sun:
      But another video-game scene is blooming -- and you can leave your flatscreen TV in the lounge.
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  9. preferencing
    • 2009 February 25, By Gabrielle Dunlevy and Jessica Marszalek, “Pauline Hanson hits major Queensland election hurdle”, Herald Sun:
      The question of preferencing Ms Hanson, and her former One Nation party, has hamstrung the conservative parties in past elections, but Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg ruled it out immediately.
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  10. razzamatazz
  11. revelllers
  12. tollroad
    • 2009 February 25, “EastLink traffic continues to grow”, Herald Sun:
      The company operates the EastLink toll road - its only tollroad - which opened to traffic in June with a four-week toll free period.
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  13. tranquillise
  14. ungratifying

Sequestered[edit]

  1. nulla -> nulla nulla
    • 2009 February 25, “Wild riot erupts in Tennant Creek”, Herald Sun:
      During the riot, which escalated in intensity, a 63-year-old woman was injured when she was hit on the head with a nulla nulla, a traditional club.
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  2. nullas
    • 2009 February 25, “Wild riot erupts in Tennant Creek”, Herald Sun:
      MORE than 100 people have rioted in the outback town of Tennant Creek, with members of warring clans clashing with boomerangs, axes, hammers and nulla nullas.
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  3. wollemi
    • 2009 February 25, By Patrick Lion and Peter Morley, “Bligh spends $8m on ALP monument”, Herald Sun:
      On the day Premier Anna Bligh bungled the costings of her first major campaign announcement, The Courier-Mail can reveal the Government lost almost $12m trying to propagate the rare wollemi pine.
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