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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-07 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-02-07[edit]

  1. basij
  2. breezeblock
    • 2009 February 7, Andrew Clark, “Tar sands boom hits a sticky patch”, The Guardian:
      During the boom, builders, engineers and electricians could earn six-figure salaries if they could put up with living for weeks in breezeblock dormitories on the edge of the sands.
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  3. butaan
  4. cassocked
  5. concial
    • 2009 February 7, Compiled by Holly Bentley, “The Shakespearean actors who failed to impress”, The Guardian:
      Simone Signoret as Lady Macbeth: "A concial bell-tented matron who moves on wheels like a draped Dalek surmounted by a beautiful Medusa head."
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  6. crammers
    • 2009 February 7, Ian Jack, “Once I wanted to live and die in India. Not now”, The Guardian:
      One came when my hostess invited me to talk about nationalism and, perhaps a little too late, I realised I was being asked to proclaim its virtues rather than find fault with it as a political philosophy; "national integration" has always been an important project in a country of so many languages and creeds but the Mumbai attacks have installed a patriotic fervour against Pakistan of a kind Britain hasn't known since pictures of HMS Nelson were hung from the walls of Orwellian crammers.
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  7. demotivates
  8. drumkit
    • 2009 February 7, Val Wilmer, “Kofi Ghanaba”, The Guardian:
      It showed his mastery of everything from drumkit to talking "squeeze" drum, and the large, upright fontomfrom drums.
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  9. elsewheres
    • 2009 February 7, Jim Perrin, “Country diary: Rhulen”, The Guardian:
      As with too many elsewheres, government dishonoured the commitment, and on Epynt the MoD flies continually the red flags that bar access to one of our prime hill areas.
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  10. fontomfrom
    • 2009 February 7, Val Wilmer, “Kofi Ghanaba”, The Guardian:
      It showed his mastery of everything from drumkit to talking "squeeze" drum, and the large, upright fontomfrom drums.
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  11. gritters
    • 2009 February 7, Steven Morris, “Snow refugees welcomed with military precision”, The Guardian:
      Some slept, some told stories, some made endless cups of tea as they sat out the night and waited for the snow to melt or the gritters to do their stuff.
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  12. kente
    • 2009 February 7, Val Wilmer, “Kofi Ghanaba”, The Guardian:
      Parker died within a month, but in the last picture ever taken of Parker, at the Beehive Club, he wore Ghanaian kente cloth while Ghanaba sported the great man's overcoat.
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  13. majlis
  14. miserabilist
    • 2009 February 7, Lucy Mangan, “Lucy Mangan: This week”, The Guardian:
      The former Smiths singer, professional miserabilist, vegetarian and gladioli-distributor has posed nude for the inner sleeve artwork for his new single, Heaven Knows I'm Naked Now.
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  15. modesties
    • 2009 February 7, Lucy Mangan, “Lucy Mangan: This week”, The Guardian:
      He and his bandmates appear with just a seven-inch single (each) protecting their modesties, though quite how they are fixed there remains a matter of slightly eye-watering conjecture.
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  16. omerta *
    • 2009 February 7, Mark Lawson, “We're all in public now”, The Guardian:
      But although her agent has invoked that tradition of post-show omerta in her defence, the truth is that few would trust these days to what it is now possibly risky to call Chinese walls.
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  17. parmo
    • 2009 February 7, “Editorial: In praise of ... Staffordshire oatcakes”, The Guardian:
      Regrettably, like Middlesbrough's "parmo" pork-with-cheese, which obstinately refuses to travel even as far as Stockton-on-Tees, the Staffordshire oatcake has been contained with sub-regional boundaries for over a century.
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  18. savageries
    • 2009 February 7, Darryl Pinckney, “For me, golliwogs have lost their juju”, The Guardian:
      It belongs to the time of lynchings, of extreme political violence against blacks in the US, as well as to the time of European savageries in Africa.
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  19. schoolkids
  20. switchovers
    • 2009 February 7, “Letters: The small print in e-publishing”, The Guardian:
      If the device is so delightful, why have publishers not set a date for another of these "digital switchovers", as with radio and television.
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  21. taxmen
  22. turbaned
    • 2009 February 7, Ian Black, “Unemployment and inflation dim the glow of 30-year-old new dawn”, The Guardian:
      But it's misleading to spend too long in the leafy suburbs of north Tehran, with their expensive shops and designer clothes, and ignore the meaner streets of the city's south, where turbaned mullahs roam, let alone the small towns and villages beyond the capital.
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  23. uncorrupt
    • 2009 February 7, Ian Black, “Unemployment and inflation dim the glow of 30-year-old new dawn”, The Guardian:
      Western diplomats admitted afterwards that they should have paid more attention to the centrally scripted Friday sermons issued by Khamenei's office to mosques, praising a simple and uncorrupt man as the best choice for president.
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  24. wildfowlers
    • 2009 February 7, Jim Perrin, “Country diary: Rhulen”, The Guardian:
      Tonight, an unfamiliar shadow at its farther end - I walk over to a new bunker for wildfowlers, cartridge cases scattered about.
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