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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-05 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-02-05[edit]

  1. desulphurisation
    • 2009 February 5, Patrick Wintour, “Refinery strike is over - but jobs fight goes on”, The Guardian:
      The proposed deal gives British workers 102 jobs out of a total of 195 on the bulk of the new desulphurisation plant contract, including 67 skilled positions - welders, electricians and platers.
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  2. financialised
    • 2009 February 5, William Brittain-Catlin, “How offshore capitalism ate our economies - and itself”, The Guardian:
      Financial whizzkids - much like those experimenting with micro-computers at the time - developed instruments that "financialised" everyday assets and commodities and turned them into derivatives, to be traded on their own markets.
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  3. idolatory
    • 2009 February 5, Maev Kennedy, “Shakespeare hall of fame is one star short”, The Guardian:
      Paul Edmundson, the head of learning at the trust, is pleased that first in is Ben Jonson, Shakespeare's friend and contemporary, who coined the phrase "the Swan of Avon" and wrote: "I loved the man, and do honour his memory, on this side of idolatory."
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  4. laggers
    • 2009 February 5, Robert Booth and Matthew Taylor, “Unofficial strike action spread by phone in a day”, The Guardian:
      Grassroots organisers for the GMB and Unite unions were inundated with calls from members who wanted to join the industrial action erupting at the Lindsey oil refinery near Grimsby, where hundreds of welders, engineers, pipe-fitters and laggers had launched the biggest protest yet at the employment of foreign workers on energy construction projects.
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  5. minimisation
    • 2009 February 5, Anne Redston, “Backdoor fictions”, The Guardian:
      But tax minimisation methods have radically changed.
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  6. platers
    • 2009 February 5, Patrick Wintour, “Refinery strike is over - but jobs fight goes on”, The Guardian:
      The proposed deal gives British workers 102 jobs out of a total of 195 on the bulk of the new desulphurisation plant contract, including 67 skilled positions - welders, electricians and platers.
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  7. resprout
    • 2009 February 5, Sarah Poyntz, “Country diary”, The Guardian:
      It is endowed with immortality, having lignotubers protecting it from fire and enabling it to resprout when damaged.
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  8. sceptically
  9. undiscerning
    • 2009 February 5, Morven Crumlish, “A puppy for the optimists”, The Guardian:
      Fortunately for me and other undiscerning popcorn addicts who really want a puppy, there are plenty more dog films coming out.
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  10. unstuffy

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