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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-02 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  • Total recognized tokens: 35982
  • Total valid lowercase tokens: 28721
  • Total unique types: 5360
  • Initial new-word count (before removal of lemma duplicates, typos, etc.): 32 (~0.597%)

2009-01-02[edit]

  1. asbo
    • 2009 January 2, Rachel Williams, “Man banned from carrying pens”, The Guardian:
      A man has been given an asbo banning him from carrying felt tip pens in public after writing abusive comments about women in public lavatories and buses.
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  2. confusions
  3. eurosceptics
  4. exceedances
    • 2009 January 2, John Vidal, “UK faces court case over air pollution breaches”, The Guardian:
      "There are PM10 exceedances in London along more than 200km of roads," he wrote to Ed Davey, the Liberal Democrat foreign affairs spokesman, In his letter Dimas revealed that legal proceedings were being prepared.
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  5. funkeiros
    • 2009 January 2, “Plans to protect funk music as official form of Brazilian culture prove controversial”, The Guardian:
      Last year one of Rio's most powerful military policemen, Colonel Marcus Jardim, provoked outrage among the city's funkeiros with his views.
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  6. housebuilding
    • 2009 January 2, Dave Hill, “Honeymoon over - now mayor faces fight to keep voters sweet”, The Guardian:
      He says he'll be spending the £5bn available to him to "jump-start" the capital's stalling housebuilding market in pursuit of his target of providing an additional 50,000 "affordable" homes over the next three years.
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  7. mammographs
    • 2009 January 2, David Gow, “Interview: The GE man with a UN diplomat's agenda”, The Guardian:
      Two floors down, in the assembly area for digital mammographs and vascular x-ray systems, it's a mini-UN, with staff from 38 nations working on equipment and components brought from China and India, as well as France, Germany, Hungary, Spain and the US.
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  8. neomedieval
    • 2009 January 2, Dale Fuchs, “Franco heirs ordered to open his summer retreat to public”, The Guardian:
      The neomedieval estate was officially given as an "offering" by the city of La Coruña to the Generalissimo - "founder of the new empire", according to the effusive gift-giving decree - amid the nationalistic furor of the civil war.
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  9. obscurist
    • 2009 January 2, The Guardian,, “Mark Lawson: Big Brother's grandpa”, The Guardian:
      Some of the dramatist's obituaries treated him as an intellectual obscurist who never quite broke through to the general public; but his plays for ITV in the 1960s were seen by dozens of millions, part of the democratisation of drama that the new medium achieved.
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  10. pianissimos
    • 2009 January 2, “The Guardian: Film & music”, The Guardian:
      Hamelin's pianissimos have a wonderful purity and definition
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  11. poeticised
  12. putaria
    • 2009 January 2, “Plans to protect funk music as official form of Brazilian culture prove controversial”, The Guardian:
      Several different genres of funk can be heard at Rio's funk dances; proibidão which focuses on the armed violence that plagues Rio's slums; putaria, which contains highly sexualised lyrics; and what supporters call funk do bem or "the good funk", whose lyrics revolve around romance and social issues.
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  13. sexualised
    • 2009 January 2, “Plans to protect funk music as official form of Brazilian culture prove controversial”, The Guardian:
      Several different genres of funk can be heard at Rio's funk dances; proibidão which focuses on the armed violence that plagues Rio's slums; putaria, which contains highly sexualised lyrics; and what supporters call funk do bem or "the good funk", whose lyrics revolve around romance and social issues.
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  14. sharia
  15. snowbase
    • 2009 January 2, The Guardian,, “Skiwatch”, The Guardian:
      Freezing levels will drop from 1000m to 500/600m but in the eastern Alps it could be even lower, meaning that the existing snowbase will hold out well until the fresh snow arrives.
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  16. splendours
    • 2009 January 2, David Gow, “Interview: The GE man with a UN diplomat's agenda”, The Guardian:
      The day of the visit to this small industrial town near Versailles's baroque splendours, Immelt spoke of what he called the "toughest environment we've ever seen for people of my generation".
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  17. tastemakers
    • 2009 January 2, “The Guardian: Film & music”, The Guardian:
      Caroline Sullivan asks music industry tastemakers who they expect to set the pop world alight in the next 12 months
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  18. timebomb
    • 2009 January 2, Lucy Mangan, “Anti-obesity advert is sweet and easy to digest”, The Guardian:
      In making government-sponsored warnings about the childhood obesity timebomb palatable it is clear that the power of Park's animation charm should be harnessed immediately as an alternative energy source, so he can solve the rest of the world's problems too.
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  19. unbanked
  20. unsighted
    • 2009 January 2, Colin Luckhurst, “Country diary: Gloucestershire”, The Guardian:
      Whatever they were, they remained unsighted, but a local resident told me they were en route from the Canadian Arctic to Mexico for their winter break.
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  21. urgings
    • 2009 January 2, Lucy Mangan, “Anti-obesity advert is sweet and easy to digest”, The Guardian:
      Galvanised by this knowledge, the figurine family take to exercise and healthy eating in the park, forming themselves into the key words "Eat" (better), "Move" (more) and "Live" (longer) of the government's urgings and soon the municipal landscape is filled with other happy, healthier families who, incidentally, look even more delicious en masse.
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