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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-13 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.
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32832 tokens ‧ 25745 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 4899 types ‧ 11 (~ 0.225%) words before cleaning ‧
- cinderella *
2009 March 13, Anna Bawden, “'Core focus has to be the family ... if people are overloaded, they can't be effective'”, The Guardian:add
- I don't think we are a cinderella service.
2009 March 13, Ian Sample, “Space junk forces astronauts to evacuate station”, The Guardian:add
- The astronauts were ordered to lock themselves in the Soyuz escape module for 10 minutes to ensure they could leave immediately in the unlikely situation that the debris struck and caused the station to depressurise.
2009 March 13, Pam Wardell, “Obituary: Bernard Shaw”, The Guardian:add
- He fell through my office door with an enormous clatter of instruments, introduced himself as "Bernard Shaw, not George!" and began a long association with us, composing theme tunes for educational series and radio dramatisations of children's literature.
2009 March 13, Simon Hoggart, “Simon Hoggart's sketch: Kinnock mines rich seam of bile”, The Guardian:add
- If revenge is a dish best eaten cold, Neil Kinnock likes it served up as a frozen frappucino, with extra ice.
2009 March 13, John Carvel, “'Cinderella service' will be shaken up, minister pledges”, The Guardian:add
- As our memories of Baby P fade, the default option for the public will be to assume that social workers routinely and uncaringly tear families apart," he said.