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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-30 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-01-30[edit]

  1. alcogel
  2. anguishing
    • 2009 January 30, Martin Kettle, “Obama cares about Europe. Britain he can take or leave”, The Guardian:
      But what about an even more anguishing and urgent subject, like the hundreds of thousands who are unable to live safe lives in sub-Saharan Africa due to the breakdown of order?
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  3. bilaterals
  4. communalities
  5. euroisation
    • 2009 January 30, Ian Traynor, “Iceland to be fast-tracked into the EU”, The Guardian:
      This factor has fuelled talk of "unilateral euroisation", meaning that Iceland might join or use the single currency without being admitted to the EU. This is dismissed in Brussels as nonsense.
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  6. foxhunting
    • 2009 January 30, David Weston, “The Right Rev Ian Harland”, The Guardian:
      He kept a small flock of sheep at Rose Castle, the palace of the bishops of Carlisle, and enjoyed the mild notoriety he accrued through his support for foxhunting in the House of Lords.
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  7. killin
    • 2009 January 30, “UK news in brief”, The Guardian:
      A teenager who posted a message on Facebook saying he felt "like killin some1", hours before he stabbed a man to death in a crowded bar, was sentenced to a minimum of 17 years in prison yesterday.
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  8. logistician
    • 2009 January 30, Sam Jones, “Last post for a veteran of two world wars”, The Guardian:
      A step behind the slow marching sailors came Jon Ryder, the leading logistician who accompanied Stone to the cenotaph last November to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the great war armistice.
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  9. miserylands
    • 2009 January 30, Editorial, “Editorial: In praise of ... country dancing”, The Guardian:
      Economists who have made a business of studying happiness, such as Richard Layard and Richard Easterlin, might point to the larger impact of cohesive, broadly equal societies - Scandinavia, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand show up most strongly on the happiness heat map - but those of us condemned to the miserylands of Britain know that, in a community hall near us, happiness awaits in the shape of friends and strangers, old and young, all ready to share in a common activity.
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  10. multipolar
    • 2009 January 30, Martin Kettle, “Obama cares about Europe. Britain he can take or leave”, The Guardian:
      Flawed though it is, weakened though it may be, and problematic though it undoubtedly remains, the EU is nevertheless at the heart of any serious strategic answer to the question of how Britain can play an effective part in the multipolar world that Obama is obliged to try to shape.
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  11. multipolarity
  12. needlewoman
    • 2009 January 30, Alex Paton, “Obituary: Ann Paton”, The Guardian:
      She was also a keen needlewoman, sewing cushion covers and samplers - work which culminated with eight kneelers for the church millennium project at Chadlington in Oxfordshire, where we had retired.
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  13. philanthrocrisis
    • 2009 January 30, Julian Glover, “Shaken survivors of economic blast ask: what went wrong?”, The Guardian:
      At a session on charity yesterday, Blair, Bill Clinton, Bill Gates and Richard Branson watched a video with a voice-over that declared "the world economy is collapsing" - and invented a horrible word to describe the effect, "philanthrocrisis".
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  14. rootstock
  15. shura
  16. sqm
    • 2009 January 30, Jill Treanor, “Morgan Stanley quits Canary Wharf lease”, The Guardian:
      Staff working in the 32,000 sqm space at 20 Cabot Square are being moved to 25 Cabot Square and the new European head office in Bank Street.
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  17. sundried
  18. triphop
    • 2009 January 30, Adam Sweeting, “John Martyn”, The Guardian:
      Perhaps influenced by the latter, he explored the use of samples and triphop beats, and a Talvin Singh remix of the album track Sunshine's Better won plenty of radio play.
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  19. whistlestop
  20. worklessness

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