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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-29 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-09-29[edit]

  1. afrobeat
2009 September 29, Robin Denselow, “Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou”, Guardian:
The insistent rhythms (which had links to Benin's voodoo traditions) were interspersed with a dash of Latin influences, afrobeat, and the taut funk riffs that provided a reminder of James Brown's influence in west Africa.

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  1. asbos
2009 September 29, Simon Hoggart, “Gordon Brown's speech: welcome to dreamland”, Guardian:
And asbos will be strictly enforced, no doubt by the same action squads that will stop binge drinking and bankers' bonuses.

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  1. camfleugal
2009 September 29, “Dr Crippen: The illusion of choice in the NHS comes at a high price”, Guardian:
The service manager told me I needed a replacement camfleugal pin.

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  1. childism
2009 September 29, Libby Brooks, “We must listen to children and young people first”, Guardian:
To speak of "childism" is to court derision, and conjure a nightmarish totem of the bolshy teen threatening to call ChildLine when his parent or teacher scolds him.

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  1. dustpile
2009 September 30, Jonathan Freedland, “The age of New Labour is over. The only question is what will survive”, Guardian:
There are plenty more items to be shoved on to the New Labour dustpile.

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  1. immeasurables
2009 September 29, Madeleine Bunting, “Forget 'clients' and 'users' – public services are about people”, Guardian:
And inspiring good relationships is all about immeasurables: it is about inspiring purpose, compassion and attentiveness.

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  1. managerialised
2009 September 29, Madeleine Bunting, “Forget 'clients' and 'users' – public services are about people”, Guardian:
If US managerialism has crippled the spirit of the public service workforce, the model of a professionalised, managerialised central welfare state has crippled the interface with society.

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  1. managerialism
2009 September 29, Madeleine Bunting, “Forget 'clients' and 'users' – public services are about people”, Guardian:
If US managerialism has crippled the spirit of the public service workforce, the model of a professionalised, managerialised central welfare state has crippled the interface with society.

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  1. marketisation
2009 September 29, Seumas Milne, “Public service privatisation is a fast track to corruption and higher costs”, Guardian:
Cuts in spending on ID cards, the Afghan war, Trident renewal and corporate welfare would be widely welcomed – as would the major savings to be had from slashing the vast infrastructure of bureaucracy, quangos and private consultancies built up to administer the marketisation and outsourcing of public services over the past couple of decades.

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  1. measureable (surely measurable?!)
2009 September 29, “Cuts to public services will result in risk-taking and rebellion”, Guardian:
A recent trend in the job of "civil servant" has been a move from personal discretion towards delivering to measureable targets, fixed by superior tiers of government and outside consultants.

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  1. payrise
2009 September 29, James Morton, “Gladys 'Killem' Gillem obituary”, Guardian:
She later claimed one small victory when, aged 85, she disclosed in a film that she had slept with Burke's husband, the promoter Billy Wolfe, to get a payrise.

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  1. pricepoint
2009 September 29, “The Spectator launches iPhone application - as a subscription”, Guardian:
Our research on attitudes to paid content last week found that punters are more keen on subscriptions than per article fees, but we also found that the preferred pricepoint was "less than £10 a year" so the annual £28.68 iPhone fee might be a little too high for some, though it is cleverly split into weekly payments.

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  1. schemey
2009 September 29, “So sue me; I like Gordon Brown”, Guardian:
He struck me as schemey and oleaginous from the first time I saw him, long before his disgraceful performances around the Iraq war.

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  1. setpiece
2009 September 29, “Expert view: Gordon Brown's speech”, Guardian:
Good fighting stuff, marred only by structural flaws that seem endemic to all big setpiece political speeches.

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  1. spryest
2009 September 29, Caroline Sullivan, “Cliff Richard”, Guardian:
Inevitably, it was Summer Holiday, Living Doll and Move It that got the crowd to its feet, and provoked Cliff's spryest dancing.

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  1. unaccommodated
2009 September 30, Michele Hanson, “Community is all-important. If only Whitehall would listen”, Guardian:
Meanwhile, the poor and unaccommodated are roaming the streets.

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  1. uncosted
2009 September 30, Jonathan Freedland, “The age of New Labour is over. The only question is what will survive”, Guardian:
Brown used to be known for fiscal rectitude, carpeting any shadow cabinet colleagues who dared make an uncosted spending commitment.

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  1. untackled
2009 September 29, Madeleine Bunting, “Forget 'clients' and 'users' – public services are about people”, Guardian:
So while the debate over public spending rages, let's not forget that a decade of much-needed investment has generated some of its own distortions, and left untackled a deep-seated logic of disempowerment.

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  1. announcedtoday = announced today
2009 September 29, Nicholas Watt, “Voters will be given the right to demand the recall of MPs, PM announces”, Guardian:
Voters will be given the right to demand the recall of MPs, Gordon Brown announcedtoday, as he outlined a series of constitutional reforms designed to symbolise a fresh approach to politics in the wake of the expenses scandal.

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  1. biche (French)
2009 September 29, “Letters: A winning hand”, Guardian:
• "Civet de biche" is not Bambi casserole (Simon Hoggart's week , 26 September).

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  1. ceo = CEO
2009 September 29, “Roy Greenslade: Independent's future no longer in the balance”, Guardian:
INM's ceo, Gavin O'Reilly , has been steadfast in rejecting calls by O'Brien to sell the papers or close them, continually maintaining that they are on their way to breaking even.

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  1. iniatiative = initiative
2009 September 30, Owen Bowcott, “Why healthcare is Brown's chosen battlefield”, Guardian:
At the time, the iniatiative canvassed three options, one of which was the government's promise to pay between a quarter and a third or more of long-term care costs for people on a low income.

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  1. leve = leave
2009 September 29, Dominic Fifield, “Chelsea seek to avoid last season's pitfalls by bouncing back in Cyprus”, Guardian:
A dejected Chelsea team leve the pitch after their defeat to Wigan, but will be out to make amends against Apoel tomorrow night.

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  1. theyworkforyou = part of Web site address
2009 September 29, Charles Arthur, “Digital technology for public services and communities could make bottom up more effective than top down”, Guardian:
The parliament site is the official one; but theyworkforyou is far easier to use if you need to find your local MP, or find out about an MP's voting tendencies, or search for a topic in debate.

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  1. threatre = theatre
2009 September 29, James Morton, “Gladys 'Killem' Gillem obituary”, Guardian:
After Wall, who also worked as a stagehand, was killed in a Broadway threatre accident, she once again took to the road with her alligators.

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