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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-11 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.
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31682 tokens ‧ 24690 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4979 types ‧ 18 (~ 0.362%) words before cleaning ‧
2009 March 11, Michael White, “Michael White's political briefing: Policy questions as Cameron returns to rough and tumble”, The Guardian:add
- George Osborne, still curfewed after last summer's Corfu caper, made a solid economic speech in Birmingham on Friday, skating over past Conservative errors (they didn't see the crash coming either).
2009 March 11, Anthony Giddens, “This climate crunch heralds the end of the end of history”, The Guardian:add
- And it will be up to entrepreneurs to spot the economic opportunities that will come about as it expands - much in the same way as ways were found to revitalise dockland areas when the shipping industry evaporated.
2009 March 11, Jonathan Freedland, “After a flurry of early activity, the Obama doctrine is taking shape”, The Guardian:add
- To be clear, this is not guitar-strumming hippy dovishness, as the escalation in Afghanistan confirms - though one senior administration official warns against overinterpreting that move.
2009 March 11, Roderick Bailey, “Joan Bright Astley”, The Guardian:add
- For Joan", wrote Ismay inside her copy of his memoirs, "who was loved by admirals and liftmen alike, and who fought like a tigress for the comfort of the underdog at the conferences described in these pages ... and who made a far bigger contribution to the successful working of the defence machinery than has ever been recognised."
2009 March 11, Julia Finch, “Julia Finch: A Cattles stampede would feed the sharks”, The Guardian:add
- However, he is now closing out positions - his holdings have fallen below the notifiable level.
2009 March 11, Owen Bowcott, “Shankill Road community fears that the arms dumps will be reopened”, The Guardian:add
- It was the taigs [Catholics] who done it.