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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-19 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.
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37204 tokens ‧ 29696 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5351 types ‧ 34 (~ 0.635%) words before cleaning ‧
2009 January 19, Max Hastings, “If defence is to be strategic rather than politically expedient, dump Trident”, The Guardian:add
- Israel might renounce nuclear weapons only if its dispute with the Arab world becomes sufficiently diminished that it no longer fears annihilatory attack; likewise India and Pakistan, if they settle their Kashmir dispute and become peaceful neighbours.
2009 January 19, David Batty, “Pilot landed plane in river to avoid 'catastrophic' crash in Manhattan”, The Guardian:add
- The US Airways pilot who crashlanded a passenger jet in New York after both its engines failed has revealed how he made the decision to ditch the plane in the city's Hudson river to avert a possibly "catastrophic" crash in Manhattan.
2009 January 19, Patrick Wintour, “Hoon v greens part 3: now a ban from his favourite music festival”, The Guardian:add
- But if he thought the worst was over, the man who, colleagues claim, treats climate change as a lot of "tree-hugging hoolah" is in for a nasty surprise: he has been banned from his favourite music festival.
2009 January 19, Alexandra Topping, “Tony Hart, artist and inspiration for children, dies at 83”, The Guardian:add
- The show featured small scale, try-at-home ideas but also saw Hart creating largescale artworks on the studio floor.
2009 January 19, Patrick Wintour, “Tax rise for rich won't make society fair, says Mandelson”, The Guardian:add
- "We will see our economy diversify away from an overdependency on financial services," he said.
2009 January 19, Jenni Russell, “How can Labour still fear to act for a fairer, greener land?”, The Guardian:add
- From the funding of credit unions to timebanks, local energy advisers, taxes on financial speculation and penalties for environmentally damaging companies, there is the start of a real programme here.