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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-05 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.
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2009 March 5, Tim Hayward, “Tim Hayward on Gordon Ramsay, a successful brand - but of what?”, The Guardian:add
- For a long time the fervid world of online chefwatchers has been abuzz with speculation about the persistent absence of filed accounts and, meanwhile, the tabloids seem to have tired of stories of his celebrity antics and photogenic family life and are beginning to circle for much juicier targets in his personal life.
2009 March 5, Oliver Burkeman, “Oliver Burkeman: Gordon Brown's lifelong love affair with America, in 36 minutes”, The Guardian:add
- There were the heapings of praise for the idea of America, for American ingenuity, and for the American military, shout-outs to Reagan and Roosevelt, a smattering of God - and the obligatory glowing reference to Senator Edward Kennedy.