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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-10 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  • Recognized tokens: 46774
  • Valid lowercase tokens: 35587
  • Unique types: 6192
  • Initial new-word count (before cleanup): 34 (~0.549%)

2009-01-10[edit]

  1. antisemitic
    • 2009 January 10, Riazat Butt, “Reaction from British Jews”, The Guardian:
      The Community Security Trust, which provides advice and training to the Jewish community, has reported a rise in antisemitic incidents.
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  2. backstreets
    • 2009 January 10, “The Guardian: Main section”, The Guardian:
      British director's film about boy from Mumbai backstreets is recognisable portrait of everyday life
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  3. blogpost
    • 2009 January 10, Ben Goldacre, “Bad science: A detoxer in denial”, The Guardian:
      They simply copied the entire text, verbatim, from a blogpost by a pharmacist named Jennifer Gibson, and passed it off as their own.
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  4. chivvied
    • 2009 January 10, Patrick Barkham and Polly Curtis, “The crunch generation”, The Guardian:
      Careers advisers chivvied them to get work experience.
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  5. figleaf
    • 2009 January 10, Chris McGreal, “Ban on foreign journalists skews coverage of conflict in Gaza”, The Guardian:
      Danny Seaman, head of the Israeli government's press office, who has described foreign journalists as a "figleaf" for Hamas, says the exclusion of reporters from Gaza has worked in Israel's favour as it has forced a greater focus on Israel's side of the story.
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  6. flatbreads
  7. homewares
  8. infotech
    • 2009 January 10, Naomi Klein, “Enough. It's time for a boycott”, The Guardian:
      Just about now, many a proud Zionist is gearing up for major point-scoring: don't I know that many of these very hi-tech toys come from Israeli research parks, world leaders in infotech?
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  9. injuncted
    • 2009 January 10, John Vidal, “'Heathrow is a monster. It must be fed'”, The Guardian:
      He was one of only three people injuncted not to go near Heathrow in 2007 when 3,000 activists camped at the airport.
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  10. matt
  11. nerine
    • 2009 January 10, “The Guardian: Weekend”, The Guardian:
      Lia Leendertz gives advice on propagating nerine bulbs and sealing stone driveways
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  12. plugger
    • 2009 January 10, “UK news in brief”, The Guardian:
      The singer continued playing gigs with his band Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich until near the end, said his record plugger Sean Cooney.
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  13. popstar
    • 2009 January 10, “Editorial: In praise of ... Chris Morris”, The Guardian:
      He blends the sardonic with the absurd to produce gun-toting rapper FurQ, paedophile popstar JLB-8 and slaughterman Gypsum Fantastic, who - surely - no one else could have dreamed up.
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  14. pubcos
    • 2009 January 10, Nils Pratley, “Nils Pratley: Call time on tied tenancies”, The Guardian:
      The cry has been heard for years from disgruntled pub tenants who are obliged to buy their beer from so-called pubcos, led by Punch Taverns and Enterprise Inns, at prices they regard as inflated.
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  15. rareties
    • 2009 January 10, Jim Perrin, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      It would be so heartening if another of the great raptors could establish itself in our remote upland regions, and make up for the destruction that the shooting brethren and their lackeys still wreak upon exquisite native rareties like the hen harrier.
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  16. representationally
    • 2009 January 10, “Letters: Knotty questions”, The Guardian:
      Professor Peter Ayton Department of psychology, City University Fluorescence won't necessarily replace incandescence, representationally (Letters, 9 January).
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  17. roadbuilding
    • 2009 January 10, John Vidal, “'Heathrow is a monster. It must be fed'”, The Guardian:
      He earns pitifully little but is rewarded by the policy changes he has forced - such as the near-abandonment of the Tory roadbuilding programme in the 90s - and the wide admiration of his peers who voted him Britain's "most influential environmental activist" last year.
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  18. schadenfreudian
  19. shoah
    • 2009 January 10, “Letters: UK has led efforts for Gaza ceasefire”, The Guardian:
      When Dov Weisglass, an adviser to the Israeli prime minister, Ehud Olmert, talked of putting Gazans "on a diet" and the deputy defence minister, Matan Vilnai, talked about the Palestinians experiencing "a bigger shoah" (holocaust), this reminds us of Governor General Hans Frank in Nazi-occupied Poland, who spoke of "death by hunger".
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  20. slaughterman
    • 2009 January 10, “Editorial: In praise of ... Chris Morris”, The Guardian:
      He blends the sardonic with the absurd to produce gun-toting rapper FurQ, paedophile popstar JLB-8 and slaughterman Gypsum Fantastic, who - surely - no one else could have dreamed up.
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  21. slimline
    • 2009 January 10, “The Guardian: Weekend”, The Guardian:
      There is more space on the passenger side because, instead of a glovebox, the iQ has only a slimline leather wallet
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  22. slumdog
  23. unarguable

Sequestered[edit]

  1. elecricity - misspelling (electricity)
    • 2009 January 10, Ian Katz, “Rage against the lights”, The Guardian:
      Since lighting is reckoned to account for 10-15% of UK elecricity use, a complete switch to low-energy bulbs would make a real impact on our emissions and our energy bills.
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