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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-22 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-01-22[edit]

  1. chirruped
  2. choky
  3. coalminer
    • 2009 January 22, Kim Thomas, “Obituary: Elvira Stock”, The Guardian:
      Born Elvira Thomas in the south Wales town of Maesteg, she was the daughter of a coalminer and his wife.
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  4. multipolar
    • 2009 January 22, Timothy Garton Ash, “Obama's grand narrative may unite his country but divide the world”, The Guardian:
      According to the latest projection from the United States' own National Intelligence Council, "by 2025, the international system will be a global multipolar one with gaps in national power continuing to narrow between developed and developing countries".
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  5. nazism
    • 2009 January 22, “Letter about The Reader: Shocking narrative arc of screenplay”, The Guardian:
      Though I have no doubt that David Hare is right to presume that the Guardian's film critic would have died fighting nobly against the rise of nazism in pre-war Austria (The lame, the weak and the godawful, G2, 19 January), I do not believe that this is the point Peter Bradshaw was making in his criticism of The Reader.
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  6. reburnishing
  7. regionalists
    • 2009 January 22, John Hooper, “Lampedusa island mayor threatens strike in migrants row”, The Guardian:
      Bernardino De Rubeis, whose party of Sicilian regionalists is allied with Berlusconi's, launched his challenge as the number of people in Lampedusa's immigrant detention centre grew to 1,850 - a thousand more than its official capacity.
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  8. schadenfreudian
    • 2009 January 22, Timothy Garton Ash, “Obama's grand narrative may unite his country but divide the world”, The Guardian:
      (Beside seeing the back of Bush, one of the frankly schadenfreudian delights of Tuesday's handover was to see former vice-president Dick Cheney trundle off looking more than ever, in his wheelchair, like Dr Strangelove.
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  9. strandline
    • 2009 January 22, Phil Gates, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      Ahead, ringed plovers foraged on the strandline, pouncing on whatever they could find among the flotsam and jetsam, while at the water's edge a huddle of dunlin probed sand disturbed by the waves.
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  10. turnstones
    • 2009 January 22, Phil Gates, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      Out near the North Pier at the mouth of the river Wear a cluster of turnstones, deprived by the tide of opportunities to flip stones in search of a meal, loitered among the anglers, ready to snatch scraps of discarded bait.
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  11. untraumatised
    • 2009 January 22, “Letter about The Reader: Shocking narrative arc of screenplay”, The Guardian:
      What shocked me about the narrative arc of Hare's screenplay is that we are introduced to a woman who has (needlessly) volunteered to join the SS as a guard at Auschwitz, who by 1958 seems largely psychologically untraumatised by the experience (and still capable of steamy, unabashed lust), who shows her remorse only by committing an act of child sex abuse, who then happily drops the boy who is besotted with her rather than suffer a mild public humiliation, who is subsequently offered the chance in court to apologise and steadfastly refuses, and who then thinks that a Holocaust survivor will want her life savings.
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