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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-10 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-09-10[edit]

  1. antisemites
  2. argles
  3. contollers
  4. culux
  5. downrated
    • 2009 September 10, “How David Cameron could find some of the dirty work done for him”, Guardian:
      UPDATE : In his speech on local government spending today, George Osborne tried to move this argument a step further by claiming that "the terms of economic debate are being shaped by the Conservative party" - the Tories are attempting to argue that one of the reasons Britain's credit has not been downrated internationally is that the markets are banking on a Conservative government coming in and cutting the deficit.
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  6. frontpapers
    • 2009 September 10, Mark Lawson, “Contemporary fiction can still stand the test of time”, Guardian:
      The enduring power, five decades later, of those novels set and written in the 1950s should perhaps encourage some 21st-century novelists to aim for a future Man Booker shortlist in which the time of the action is within reach of the copyright date in the frontpapers.
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  7. gantius
  8. hitlist
  9. jiujitsu
  10. kidz
  11. mindbenders
    • 2009 September 11, “Has Derren Brown been rumbled on YouTube?”, Guardian:
      We have a hunch it won't be quite so straightforward as that - in Monkey's experience, mindbenders never use one word when they could use 100 - but in the mean time, everyone has been putting forward their own theories .
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  12. molestus
    • 2009 September 11, “In Hounslow you get mosquitoes and bad smells”, Guardian:
      A particular species of mosquito, Culux pipiens molestus, has become established in and around the immediate locality of the Mogden sewage treatment works.
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  13. pipiens
    • 2009 September 11, “In Hounslow you get mosquitoes and bad smells”, Guardian:
      A particular species of mosquito, Culux pipiens molestus, has become established in and around the immediate locality of the Mogden sewage treatment works.
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  14. pitchforked
    • 2009 September 10, “How David Cameron could find some of the dirty work done for him”, Guardian:
      Ministers are expected to announce in a few weeks the appointment of a new children 's commissioner, taking over from Al Aynsley-Green as an advocate of children's rights, but Whitehall gossip has it that a number of strong candidates have either turned it down or decided not to apply because they think the children's commissioner might be pitchforked on to Cameron's bonfire of quangocrats.
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  15. pixelating
    • 2009 September 10, “My war with Courtney Love over Guitar Hero”, Guardian:
      I wasn't much interested really – even though the concept of pixelating the former Nirvana singer throws up interesting questions, such as "Is the (mis)appropriation of an image worse because it's moving?" and "Should Nirvana fans be any more outraged at this 'tribute' than followers of Che Guevara at the endless recycling of his image to help sell goods?"
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  16. posiiton
    • 2009 September 10, Simon Tisdall, “Kazakhstan, our repressive friend”, Guardian:
      Officials said Kinnock also expressed concern about the Zhovtis case in meetings with ministers, a posiiton now adopted by the EU as a whole.
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  17. predeccessor
  18. proggy
  19. quot *
  20. retweeted
  21. surviver *
  22. thenfled
    • 2009 September 10, Press Association, “Man murdered partner after rows over Facebook”, Guardian:
      Lewis, 31, from Pritchard Terrace, Phillipstown, New Tredegar, south Wales, thenfled the scene during the early hours of 12 March of this year and drove to a police station, leaving his children to find their mother's body.
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  23. todayit
  24. todaythat

Sequestered[edit]

  1. interpet = interpret
    • 2009 September 10, “Boris Johnson appears set to increase London public transport fares”, Guardian:
      If so, it's tempting to interpet the dead bat language used by Boris when Transport Committee chair Caroline Pidgeon pressed him on the issue as a rehearsal for his forthcoming defence of a decision that would break with the "Retail-Prince-Index-plus-one-percent" assumption that informs TfL's business planning.
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