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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-02-08 issue of The Observer which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created (2009-02-08).

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42466 tokens ‧ 33480 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5785 types ‧ 23 (~ 0.398%) words before cleaning ‧ 

2009-02-08[edit]

  1. basmati
  2. blokeish
  3. casualised
    • 2009 February 8, “What 'golliwog' means to me”, The Observer:
      When casualised racism is allowed to flourish, you create a culture where more virulent strains of racism can thrive.
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  4. golligate
  5. gritters
  6. larky
  7. likey
    • 2009 February 8, Tim Adams, “A clan never far from catastrophe”, The Observer:
      She loved him for his irreverence, his incorrectness, for being able to lean across, as she recalls, to the wife of an African president at an official function and ask in a loud colonial voice if she "likey soupy".
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  8. nanosensors
    • 2009 February 8, Gaby Hinsliff, “New science could defeat food crises”, The Observer:
      In the US, trials have also looked at the feasibility of developing "nanosensors" to be embedded in farm animals, which might be able to detect disease before it infected the whole herd.
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  9. ovengloves
  10. remakers
  11. rottweiler *
    • 2009 February 8, David Smith and Charles Yates, “Baby boy savaged to death by family dogs”, The Observer:
      In September 2006 five-month-old Caydee-Lee Glaze was mauled to death by two rottweilers at her family's pub in the Midlands, and that Christmas one-year-old Archie-Lee Hirst was killed by a family rottweiler in Leeds.
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  12. rottweilers
    • 2009 February 8, David Smith and Charles Yates, “Baby boy savaged to death by family dogs”, The Observer:
      In September 2006 five-month-old Caydee-Lee Glaze was mauled to death by two rottweilers at her family's pub in the Midlands, and that Christmas one-year-old Archie-Lee Hirst was killed by a family rottweiler in Leeds.
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  13. trousering
    • 2009 February 8, Tim Adams, “A clan never far from catastrophe”, The Observer:
      After reportedly trousering £12m in the al-Yamamah arms deal (which the Saudis assumed was his due as "crown prince"), marrying a Texan heiress and adopting, on Denis's death, the baronetcy his mother had negotiated, Mark repaid his parents' vaunted faith in meritocracy, funding a bizarre coup attempt in Equatorial Guinea.
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  14. uneducable
    • 2009 February 8, Tim Adams, “A clan never far from catastrophe”, The Observer:
      Thickie Thatcher, as he was known, had just three O-levels and already had a reputation for being just the kind of "uneducable" individual that so concerned his mother.
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Sequestered[edit]

  1. preg -> preg head
    • 2009 February 8, Amelia Hill, “Having babies can sharpen women's minds”, The Observer:
      Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Winslet and Myleene Klass all claim to have suffered so-called "preg head", the sporadic amnesia and general mental deterioration thought to affect women who are pregnant or have recently given birth.
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