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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-08 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  • Total recognized tokens: 40206
  • Total valid lowercase tokens: 31198
  • Total unique types: 5653
  • Initial new-word count (before removal of lemma duplicates, typos, etc.): 37 (~0.655%)

2009-01-08[edit]

  1. antisemitic
  2. beadily
    • 2009 January 8, Michael Billington, “Mary Goes First”, The Guardian:
      But, while Jones is beadily observant, he lacks the ruthlessness of the real satirist.
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  3. bicommunal
    • 2009 January 8, Helena Smith, “Tassos Papadopoulos”, The Guardian:
      It was he who in 1977 proposed reunification as a federated state with two distinct bicommunal zones, a suggestion that has been the basis for all subsequent negotiations.
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  4. capitulatory
  5. chatbots
    • 2009 January 8, “The Guardian: Technology Guardian”, The Guardian:
      Crime watch | Child tracker | Parental chatbots wanted | Finger substitute | Skype going Boingo | Snap up a flashy Legria | Xbox 360 update | Cheaper net radio
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  6. duetting
    • 2009 January 8, Erica Jeal, “Padmore/Daniel/Drake”, The Guardian:
      At its sparest, this meant Padmore duetting with oboist Nicholas Daniel in Ten Blake Settings.
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  7. fantasia
    • 2009 January 8, Maddy Costa, “Lost and Found Orchestra”, The Guardian:
      This is the orchestra as a cartoon fantasia - a feeling confirmed when the "hosaphones" trumpets (made from garden hoses and funnels) hove into view.
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  8. hosaphones
    • 2009 January 8, Maddy Costa, “Lost and Found Orchestra”, The Guardian:
      This is the orchestra as a cartoon fantasia - a feeling confirmed when the "hosaphones" trumpets (made from garden hoses and funnels) hove into view.
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  9. intercommunal
    • 2009 January 8, Helena Smith, “Tassos Papadopoulos”, The Guardian:
      Diko's hardline approach to intercommunal talks was in keeping with Papadopoulos's own unyielding stance.
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  10. interconnector
    • 2009 January 8, Terry Macalister, “Russian gas crisis to keep bills high as firms divert UK stocks”, The Guardian:
      Despite freezing temperatures and rising demand in Britain, traders switched from importing to exporting gas through an interconnector pipeline to continental Europe as a growing row between Russia and Ukraine left many countries short of supplies.
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  11. managership
  12. martialled
    • 2009 January 8, Hugh Muir, The Guardian[1]:
      He was himself court martialled following allegations of abuse at his camp, and cleared, but only after arguing that he was so busy writing the guidance that he didn't realise it was going on.
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  13. misidentification
    • 2009 January 8, Hugh Muir, The Guardian[2]:
      But we do know some people are worried about misidentification and we note that George Clooney no longer has this beard.
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  14. peatland
    • 2009 January 8, “Letters: Laying the foundations for a greener future”, The Guardian:
      Scientists have shown that palm oil is linked to such large-scale rainforest and peatland destruction that it can be hundreds of times worse for the climate than burning fossil fuels.
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  15. repower
  16. reputational
  17. roughy
    • 2009 January 8, James Meikle, “Fish eaters to be advised to eat ethically”, The Guardian:
      The Marine Conservation Society is worried about the future of several species including cod from large parts of the Atlantic, wild halibut and orange roughy.
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  18. spleenwort
    • 2009 January 8, Sarah Poyntz, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      Wherever there was the slightest chink, maidenhair spleenwort thrust through.
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  19. stocktake
    • 2009 January 8, “The Guardian: G2”, The Guardian:
      Patrick Barkham attends the annual stocktake at London Zoo, and things are getting confusing
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  20. suntrap
    • 2009 January 8, Sarah Poyntz, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      As I watched I could see a herd amble into a hillside depression that was shaped like a bowl, a perfect suntrap.
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  21. talkshow
  22. vestibulitis
    • 2009 January 8, “The Guardian: G2”, The Guardian:
      Pamela Stephenson Connolly: For eight-years my wife has been unable to have penetrative sex because of vestibulitis
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  23. worklessness
    • 2009 January 8, Greg Clark and Jeremy Hunt, “A year of reckoning”, The Guardian:
      For instance, despite inheriting a job-creating economy, ministers waited a decade before announcing a serious policy to tackle the scourge of long-term worklessness.
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