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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-22 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-09-22[edit]

  1. aggregrate
    • 2009 September 22, Jill Treanor, “UK regulator calls for bankers to limit bonuses in advance of G20 meeting”, Guardian:
      He said the new global watchdog, the Financial Stability Board – set up after the G20 summit in London in April – was recommending in its report to the Pittsburgh meeting that regulators have a "legitimate interest … in aggregrate bonus payment rates if and when these payments have implications for capital conservation".
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  2. anybodies
    • 2009 September 22, JP Hogan, “From the archive: Bodies upon bodies”, Guardian:
      London is full of bodies: somebodies trying to scurry incognito among hordes of nobodies; then, after the vast exodus of everybody between five and six o'clock, the loitering anybodies of Leicester Square and Piccadilly, and finally the remnant of anonymous bodies along the Embankment, their only fixed abode.
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  3. asbos
    • 2009 September 22, Simon Jenkins, “I want a gadfly party, not this rickety Ikea version”, Guardian:
      It is in favour of those most useless of nanny state inventions – asbos – and even wants them supplemented by "acceptable behaviour contracts" between state and parents.
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  4. bierkellers
    • 2009 September 22, Simon Hoggart, “Teatime in Libdemland province”, Guardian:
      He even had a line about William Hague taking his skinhead round the bierkellers of Europe, though this was a bit much even for him, so he cut it.
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  5. bifidus
    • 2009 September 22, “Say goodbye to family doctors”, Guardian:
      Hermione wants to know if bio-yoghurt with bifidus digestivus will help her intestinal yeast problem.
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  6. cardie *
  7. chjances
  8. crescente *
    • 2009 September 22, “Letters: Good sports”, Guardian:
      Unfortunately for the reader, crescendo is not the present participle of 'crescere' – crescente – but the gerund.
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  9. crescere *
    • 2009 September 22, “Letters: Good sports”, Guardian:
      Siobhain Butterworth quotes a reader's objection to the use of "crescendo": "It is not possible to reach a crescendo, since the word (the present participle of the verb crescere – to grow) denotes a process, not a state" (Open door , September 21).
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  10. digestivus
    • 2009 September 22, “Say goodbye to family doctors”, Guardian:
      Hermione wants to know if bio-yoghurt with bifidus digestivus will help her intestinal yeast problem.
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  11. feesh
  12. foundationwear
    • 2009 September 22, Ralph Blumenau, “Tom Blumenau obituary”, Guardian:
      After leaving St Paul's school, London, he joined Silhouette, the family firm, which made foundationwear garments, and of which our father was chairman and managing director.
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  13. gallerygoers
    • 2009 September 22, Fiachra Gibbons, “Istanbul Biennial's end of the world show”, Guardian:
      The floors are strewn with the crumpled pages of human rights reports on Turkey; questionnaires ask gallerygoers if we think the event is "politically instructive enough for the audience".
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  14. handedly *
  15. icecubes
    • 2009 September 22, Lucy Mangan, “Daredevils and Design for Life”, Guardian:
      He shut himself in abattoir freezers and stood in the street entombed in Perspex vats of icecubes.
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  16. kiri *
    • 2009 September 22, Rian Evans, “Madam Butterfly”, Guardian:
      She underlines the determining factor of Butterfly's genetic inheritance, so that the knife with which her father committed hara kiri brings a succession of climactic points: first, as she shows this to her new husband; later, as she threatens the marriage-broker Goro (Philip Lloyd-Holtham); and finally at the prospect of losing her son and the realisation that her father's fate is inevitably hers.
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  17. landbanks
    • 2009 September 22, Nick Mathiason, “Barratt and Redrow 'in £850m cash call'”, Guardian:
      "Without house-price inflation and having written down their landbanks, it is no surprise that these two companies look as if they need to raise cash," said Mark Hughes, Panmure Gordon's housebuilding sector analyst.
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  18. noctors
  19. pashtuns
    • 2009 September 22, Alan Travis, “There will be no 'invasion' from 'jungle camps'”, Guardian:
      Perhaps the more powerful reason why they want to come to Britain however, especially for the Afghan pashtuns among them, is that they have strong family and cultural links with Britain.
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  20. quacktitioners
  21. refounding
    • 2009 September 22, Fiachra Gibbons, “Istanbul Biennial's end of the world show”, Guardian:
      But Istanbul's curators, the Croatian all-female collective What, How & for Whom, are seeking nothing less than a refounding of art on Brechtian principles, as a motor for social change.
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  22. soostannable
    • 2009 September 22, Lucy Mangan, “Daredevils and Design for Life”, Guardian:
      Starck gave them an open brief to design something that, in keeping with his new enthusiasm for all things "soostannable" will benefit humanity.
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  23. sympton
  24. todayfor
    • 2009 September 22, Matthew Taylor, “Murdered girls' father tells of loss”, Guardian:
      A woman was jailed todayfor at least 33 years for stabbing to death her two daughters – murders that their father said were an "act of calculated viciousness" that had inflicted an "incalculable loss".
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  25. tummo
    • 2009 September 22, Lucy Mangan, “Daredevils and Design for Life”, Guardian:
      He attributes his powers of endurance to the Tibetan Buddhist practice of tummo (meaning "hidden fire"), which enables the mind to regulate the body's temperature.
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  26. turk *
  27. uncosted
  28. undercapitalised
  29. varierty
    • 2009 September 22, “Chime cheers investors with sports deal”, Guardian:
      The all-share deal values Aim-listed Essentially at around £18.2m and adds it to a Chime stable that encompasses PR group Bell Pottinger and sports marketing agency Fast Track, whose events include British Basketball and a varierty of athletics meetings.
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  30. weel *

|passage=Perhaps tomorrow I weel jump on zees box and fly!" }

  1. weez
    • 2009 September 22, Lucy Mangan, “Daredevils and Design for Life”, Guardian:
      After a brief history of evolution from their mentor that I wouldn't have missed for worlds – "To start weez, we wazz bacteria!
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  2. ze *

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