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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-03-28 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-03-28[edit]

  1. ballgowns
    • 2009 March 28, Angelique Chrisafis, “The mystery of the bikini-clad minister”, The Guardian:
      Last year, the Daily Mail ran a photo spread of a handful of French female ministers in ballgowns on their way to black-tie events beside British politicians photographed at their worst, lamenting the national shame that Jacqui Smith had a "prison warden haircut" or Ruth Kelly "sorely needed a well-fitting bra".
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  2. biochars
  3. biorefining
    • 2009 March 28, “Letters: Credit and criticism for biochar”, The Guardian:
      We have calculated that the biorefining of Irish organic wastes could provide up to half of the fuel additives scheduled for 2010, and to grow energy crops to provide the remaining additives would need an insignificant amount of the nation's agricultural land.
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  4. crescendoing
  5. falangists
    • 2009 March 28, Sam Jones, “Manics' tribute to International Brigades crops up on BNP website”, The Guardian:
      Their hymn to the International Brigades - If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next - contains the lines "So if I can shoot rabbits/Then I can shoot fascists", making quite plain their attitude to Franco and his falangists.
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  6. flashcamp
  7. panreligionism
    • 2009 March 28, Catherine Robinson, “Face to faith”, The Guardian:
      Unitarian minister Will Hayes (1890-1959) championed the cause of universalism or "panreligionism" - the idea that all religions are different aspects of the same truth.
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  8. reflationary
    • 2009 March 28, Terry Macalister, “It should be the environment and the economy, stupid”, The Guardian:
      And despite a barrage of green rhetoric, Britain has only committed £1.5bn to sustainability as part of its £25bn reflationary package, less than a third of France, a sixth of Germany and 100 times less than China, according to analysts at HSBC Bank.
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  9. sorbed *
  10. soundworld
    • 2009 March 28, Andrew Clements, “Nash Ensemble”, The Guardian:
      It remains one of Carter's most striking recent pieces, creating a soundworld that is unique in his output, and setting the ensemble's harpist, Lucy Wakeford, a range of technical challenges.
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  11. subsea
    • 2009 March 28, Terry Macalister, “It should be the environment and the economy, stupid”, The Guardian:
      Industrialised countries should encourage the development of massive solar farms being constructed in places such as northern Africa with huge long distance and subsea cables allowing them to pump electricity to "smart grids" around continental Europe and beyond.
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  12. unipersonality
    • 2009 March 28, Catherine Robinson, “Face to faith”, The Guardian:
      Their emphasis on the unity (or "unipersonality") of God led some to die at the stake, convicted of heresy.
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  13. unminuted
    • 2009 March 28, Marina Hyde, “No more excuses. It's time for another Iraq whitewash”, The Guardian:
      From those endless, unminuted councils of war in the Downing Street den - "the killing room", as a friend rather unsportingly calls it - to press officers editing intelligence, the whole revolting business has been characterised by lies and manipulation, and the public simply will not swallow the promise that the matter will be properly interrogated somewhere out of sight.
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  14. unprescribed
    • 2009 March 28, Marina Hyde, “No more excuses. It's time for another Iraq whitewash”, The Guardian:
      So it is no surprise that this inquiry of as yet unprescribed terms will be formally announced more than six years after Tony Blair's sofa-bound cabal led Britain into an immoral and illegal war, on a false prospectus, with no apparent post-Saddam strategy.
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  15. unsportingly
    • 2009 March 28, Marina Hyde, “No more excuses. It's time for another Iraq whitewash”, The Guardian:
      From those endless, unminuted councils of war in the Downing Street den - "the killing room", as a friend rather unsportingly calls it - to press officers editing intelligence, the whole revolting business has been characterised by lies and manipulation, and the public simply will not swallow the promise that the matter will be properly interrogated somewhere out of sight.
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  16. villagey
    • 2009 March 28, Patrick Barkham, “Ten days of helplessness”, The Guardian:
      A few years ago, she bought her own two-bedroom home in the villagey York suburb of Heworth.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. busto *
    • 2009 March 28, Ian Jack, “How suffering became a public act”, The Guardian:
      Ferrier wrote cheerfully to close friends about a "rather formidable op" to remove a "bump on mi busto", but then heavy doses of radium therapy began to exhaust her and in any event the cancer had already metastasised.
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  2. levulinic
    • 2009 March 28, “Letters: Credit and criticism for biochar”, The Guardian:
      To grow it as a feedstock for second-generation biorefining to yield products such as furfural, hydroxymethylfurfural, levulinic acid and formic acid has merit.
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  3. supervisers