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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-04-02 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  1. bossnapping
    • 2009 April 2, Seumas Milne, “Our leaders still aren't facing up to the scale of the crisis”, The Guardian:
      So it can hardly be a surprise that some people end up trashing the homes or offices of bailed-out bankers - or that French workers have taken to "bossnapping" executives handing out mass redundancies, as has been the experience of astonished Caterpillar and Sony executives in recent weeks.
  2. carragheen
    • 2009 April 2, Sarah Poyntz, “Country diary: The Burren”, The Guardian:
      We will face the ocean, and the nearby fulacht fia - ancient cooking place - will do nicely to cook the carragheen.
  3. chalklands
    • 2009 April 2, Tristram Hunt, “South Downs is a true place in the country”, The Guardian:
      And with ever more roads, houses, and retail parks in development, a statutory protected belt of chalklands, forests and valleys is exactly what the asphalted south-east needs.
  4. financialisation
    • 2009 April 2, Seumas Milne, “Our leaders still aren't facing up to the scale of the crisis”, The Guardian:
      That's because it's the product not just of financialisation and deregulated markets, but also of chronically low American savings and unsustainable levels of consumption - including the massive military expenditure that has underpinned US wars and global overstretch in the years since the end of the cold war.
  5. kettling
  6. majong
  7. prenamed
    • 2009 April 2, “Simon Hoggart's sketch: PM in mudbath heaven”, The Guardian:
      A colleague recovered the prime minister's aide memoir from the lectern; in big black letters it prenamed the BBC, ITN, Sky and Sun correspondents, with the word "Obama" scrawled between each, just in case he forgot his name.)