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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 2009-03-15 issue of the Herald Sun (2009-03-16).

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34884 tokens ‧ 25018 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4385 types ‧ 21 (~ 0.479%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. coolroom
    • 2009, Samantha Amjadali, “Kinglake hero up for award”[1], Herald Sun:
      Kinglake survivor Tanya Cadman took an unforgettable photo of Mr Thorneycroft fighting flames on the roof of the Kinglake National Park Hotel, where several families hid in the coolroom with their pets.
  2. flyhalf
    • 2009, “Ireland beats Scotland 22-15 at Murrayfield”[2], Herald Sun:
      "The performance was very average but it's all about next weekend," flyhalf Ronan O'Gara said.
  3. icypoles
    • 2009, Jane Howard, “We preview the top toys of 2009”[3], Herald Sun:
      Fruit Factory is a safe way of make smoothies, juice and icypoles.
  4. jetsetters
    • 2009, “Luxury brands used to promote Billionaire's Playground escort agency”[4], Herald Sun:
      "Those behind Billionaires Australia are jetsetters who fly to Australia and everywhere else," she said.
  5. natured *
    • 2009, AAP, “Bulldog pups stand out”[5], Herald Sun:
      "He's a terrific natured kid, he said.
  6. paralympian
    • 2009, Samantha Amjadali, “Medals honour unsung heroes”[6], Herald Sun:
      Last year's winner in the courage category, Victorian paralympian Kelly Cartwright, 19, said the medal was a highlight of her tumultuous journey, which started when she lost her leg to cancer at 15.
  7. playset
    • 2009, Jane Howard, “We preview the top toys of 2009”[7], Herald Sun:
      Barbie Pink House is a pretty-in-pink playset.
  8. rosacea
    • 2009, By Joanna Hall, “Cover girl secrets”[8], Herald Sun:
      “Care should be taken with any condition that is often associated with sensitive skin including rosacea, and inflammatory conditions such as eczema,” she says.
  9. tryline
    • 2009, “Ireland beats Scotland 22-15 at Murrayfield”[9], Herald Sun:
      There were only a few minutes to go to the break and quite apart from holding on, Italy knocked on the door at Wales's tryline for several phases before Marcato missed his second drop goal attempt of the game.