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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-24 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 24, Patrick Wintour, “White House and Gordon Brown deny special relationship is in trouble”, Guardian:add
- Though neither side directly addressed reports that Brown had sought bilaterals with Obama on five occasions and had been rebuffed, they insisted that the working relationship between them was still good.
2009 September 24, Mark Lawson, “The problems of subtitling the news”, Guardian:add
- His already strong Scots further clotted by emotion, the Man Utd manager was reported by the captions to have predicted that his old friend would be "rem frer", a minsunderstanding caused by Sir Alex's compression of the six syllables of "remembered forever".
2009 September 24, Simon Jenkins, “Summits are a farrago of show-offs. Gaddafi just does it better than most”, Guardian:add
- This week's United Nations general assembly is another round of sudden crushes, backstairs jiltings, regretted embraces and hypersensitivity to snubs.
2009 September 24, Martin Kettle, “Talk of a revival is fantasy. With Brown, Labour is toast”, Guardian:add
- Many dream of using the anticipated defeat to construct a party with a more traditional labourist agenda and progressive ideas about constitutional reform, funded by some of the unions.
2009 September 24, Helen Pidd and agencies, “India's first space mission finds water on moon”, Guardian:add
- Carle Pieters, of Brown University on Rhode Island, and colleagues reviewed data from India's Chandrayaan-1 mission – India's first mission to the moon – and found spectrographic evidence of water.
2009 September 24, John Pidgeon, “Music's intellectual-property eviction notice”, Guardian:add
- Besides approving a 70-year copyright term, the legislation also establishes an entirely new fund – for session musicians, not superstars – in the form of a 20% share in record sales to complement the broadcast royalty; allows artists to renegotiate 50-year-old recording contracts; and contains a use-it-or-lose-it clause to restore unissued or deleted recordings to the ownership of the artist.
- videocamera *
2009 September 24, Martin Butcher, “Brown can be bold on disarmament”, Guardian:add
- In addition he should announce that the so-called "tactical Trident", where some missiles carrying only one warhead for use in regional wars, will no longer be deployed – that Britain considers nuclear weapons only as a strategic deterrent against the use of nuclear forces, not as a warfighting weapon.
- acknowleged = acknowledged
2009 September 24, Editorial, “United Nations: Lofty words, low antics”, Guardian:add
- He announced that the United States had re-engaged with United Nations, to thunderous applause, and acknowleged that America had been too selective in its promotion of democracy, which can not be imposed from the outside.
- arbitary = arbitrary
- fiims = films
2009 September 24, “Is using the word Gypsy racist or suitable material for a sketch show?”, Guardian:add
- Armstrong and Miller wanted to use the term 'Gypsy' in a sketch about racist public information fiims.
- fromtoday = from today
2009 September 24, Richard Wachman, “JJB Sports' David Jones reopens feud with Mike Ashley”, Guardian:add
- The City still expects JJB to raise fresh equity from shareholders, though the company has received additional headroom after agreeing terms for a new £25m bank facility from Bank of Scotland in June, with a further £10m made available fromtoday , together with a relaxation of financial covenants.
- hynagogic = hypnagogic
2009 September 24, Jude Rogers, “The trouble with remastered records”, Guardian:add
- Some of them are newcomers, such as Nite Jewel, Roj on the Ghost Box label, and James Ferraro and Spencer Clark, who create what Wire magazine's David Keenan described as "hynagogic pop" – 80s mainstream music reimagined through noise, approximating the state between sleeping and waking.
- minsunderstanding = misunderstanding
- reminscent = reminiscent
- syndome = syndrome
2009 September 24, Hilary Osborne, “Doubts over helmet cure for 'flat head syndrome' in babies”, Guardian:add
- Flat head syndome: Laurence Gibb wears a helmet to counteract the condition.