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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-24 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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29862 tokens ‧ 23414 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4821 types ‧ 10 (~ 0.207%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-24[edit]

  1. airheaded
  2. amoebiasis
    • 2009 February 24, R Killick-Kendrick and Harry Richards, “Len Goodwin”, The Guardian:
      Len travelled widely in the tropics, mainly for clinical trials of drugs, but used these opportunities for experimental studies on schistosomiasis, filariasis and amoebiasis.
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  3. grumbly
  4. highstreet
    • 2009 February 24, Kathryn Hopkins, “Recession boosts pawnbroker”, The Guardian:
      Profits at the pawnbroker Albemarle & Bond soared by 19% in the six months to December as the freeze in lending by highstreet banks forced people to seek alternative sources of credit.
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  5. lamivudine
    • 2009 February 24, Dr Tido von Schoen-Angerer, “This prescription for change needs to go much further”, The Guardian:
      Patent barriers can stop this innovation happening - until GSK pools its rights on lamivudine, patients in China can't benefit from the three-in-one pills that have revolutionised treatment elsewhere.
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  6. mudbrick
    • 2009 February 24, Martin Chulov and Maev Kennedy, “Recovery of looted artefacts from Iraq national museum”, The Guardian:
      Among them are the Nimrud Lioness - a pearl and gold foot long piece depicting a lion attacking, and countless other little scraps of history - the poems and spells, star charts and family histories, shopping lists and tax bills inscribed on scruffy little lozenges of mudbrick or cough drop sized cylinder seals, which seeped into the world's antiquities markets.
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  7. narcotise
    • 2009 February 24, R Killick-Kendrick and Harry Richards, “Len Goodwin”, The Guardian:
      Len realised that if the worms could be fitted into a "tailored" stocking, it would be possible to record their movements: this technique was used to demonstrate that the action of piperazine on Ascaris was not to kill them, but to narcotise them and allow them to be evacuated without causing any damage to the host.
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  8. patchworking
  9. unimplemented
    • 2009 February 24, Hugh Muir, “Diary”, The Guardian:
      Asked why sections of the Warm Homes Act seem to have been left unloved and unimplemented, ministers said: we haven't got the funding.
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  10. uninvested

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