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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-03-16 issue of The Guardian.
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2009 March 16, Christopher Hawtree, “James Purdy”, The Guardian:add
- Only recently, after six decades' work, did he lift the curtain on a life whose mid-west beginnings fostered a baroque view of America that bracketed him with southern gothic - where domineering women and immolations are among life's obstacles.
2009 March 16, Max Hastings, “Winning the next election should be the least of Cameron's worries”, The Guardian:add
- Britain had to be remade, overmighty trades unions defeated, industry and business set free to compete.
2009 March 16, Gary Younge, “How the miners' strike taught me to believe in impossible things”, The Guardian:add
- Capitalism, whose inviolability has gone assumed and uninterrogated in the mainstream, now finds itself in intellectual and political retreat.