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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 2009-08-20 issue of the Herald Sun (2009-08-21).
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37741 tokens ‧ 24991 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4519 types ‧ 27 (~ 0.597%) words before cleaning ‧
2009 August 20, “Australian consumers using credit and debit cards more often”, Herald Sun:add
- Meanwhile, total EFTPOS purchases, including cashouts, fell to $10.880 billion in June, from $11.365 billion in the previous month, a decrease of 4.3 per cent.
2009 August 20, Ben Dorries, “Siddle swings Ashes in Aussies' favour in the fith Test at The Oval”, Herald Sun:add
- Warne nicknamed Bell the Shermanator - after the geeky red-head from the American Pie movies - and the legspin great has always ridiculed the England batsman.
2009 August 20, Terry Brown, “Cavendish Cafe claims to have Australia's biggest burger”, Herald Sun:add
- "The whole burger weighs four kilos and the meat pattie itself weighs a kilo and a half, which is the equivalent of 17 of our regular patties," Mrs Duffin says.
2009 August 20, From correspondents in Rome, “Varallo Sesia bans burqini in case it 'disturbs' kids”, Herald Sun:add
- Women wearing the garment will now face a fine of 500 euros ($850) if spotted at swimming pools or riversides in the northern Piedmont town of Varallo Sesia, the ANSA news agency reported.
2009 August 20, “Rock City rocks the Kes Band”, Herald Sun:add
- Highlights include art-pop masters Animal Collective, bespectacled Op Shop anti-hero Jarvis Cocker, self-important electro-folk genius Patrick Wolf, thumb-screwed grunge gods Tumbleweed, gloved Australian Music Prize winners Eddy Current Suppression Ring, Australia's Dylan figure Paul Kelly, nutty chanteuse Sia, London's teen tinklers Kitty Daisy and Lewis and the untouchable party antics of Yacht Club DJs.