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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-04 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.
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2009 September 4, “Roy Greenslade: Newsprint prices fall as publishers cut paginations”, Guardian:add
- Its ceo, Richard Garnea , says: "We are seeing a deep cyclical downturn in our industry as well as demand shifts and structural changes."
2009 September 4, Rob Mackie, “This is Spinal Tap”, Guardian:add
- At times, the feature is a bit like a C4 clipshow, but with a better class of contributor - there's an interview with Reg Presley, whose Troggs tapes were a real-life forerunner in inadvertent rock band hilarity, and it's good to see Kings of Leon and the Taps du jour, Anvil, along with more expected celebrators.
2009 September 4, “Roy Greenslade: Keith Waterhouse, an ornament of British journalism”, Guardian:add
- Keith Waterhouse was a remarkable man, a hugely disciplined writer who met every deadline and a wonderfully indisciplined bon viveur who could drink hardened hacks under the table.
2009 September 4, Michele Hanson, “Fielding is moving house, but he can't manage his throw-away and keepy piles”, Guardian:add
- He can't manage his throw-away and keepy piles.
2009 September 4, Rebecca Smithers, “Record numbers seek advice on debt problems, says charity”, Guardian:add
- The Citizens Advice Bureau opened its doors in 1939 and spents its first decade solving war-related problems, today the most common problem is debt.
2009 September 4, Ian Black, “Libya's jihadis reject violence as leader bids for acceptance”, Guardian:add
- The Libyan exercise is similar to one in Egypt in 2007 when an influential imprisoned jihadi thinker, Sayid Imam al-Sharif, published a book "revising" the concept of "takfir" â€“ allowing "apostates" to be killed.
2009 September 4, Shaun Edwards, “Team-by-team guide to this season's Guinness Premiership”, Guardian:add
- One of the best tightheads in the game will need to justify his huge wage by ensuring the pack can secure enough ball for a talented back line to thrive.