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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-21 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 21, Polly Toynbee, “A deathbed conversion will do. It's now or never for PR”, Guardian:add
- The Vote for a Change coalition for proportional representation makes the crucial link between the scandal and the need for a Westminster clearout: safe seats for life create a culture of complacency and corruption.
2009 September 21, Ian Gittins, “Florence and the Machine”, Guardian:add
- Alabaster-skinned and statuesque in micro-shorts and a diaphonous black cape, Welch has the crowd eating out of her hand from the opening Kiss With a Fist, a paean to dysfunctional relationships that suggests Tori Amos fronting the Banshees.
2009 September 21, Ed Miliband, “This is not any old summit. Poker diplomacy has to end”, Guardian:add
- His analysis suggest that a climate- responsible goal is a limit on emissions of about 44 gigatonnes in 2020.
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2009 September 21, “Roy Greenslade: Why Murdoch's digital news cartel will fail”, Guardian:add
- Well, there are still the TV news sites, such as ABC News (which managed to attract 16.3m uniques in July, edging it into the top five US news destinations).