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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-09-02 issue of The Guardian which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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2009-09-03[edit]

  1. ce *
    • 2009 September 3, Myles Allen, “Make the CO&&!g2!&&g cuts count”, Guardian:
      But the danger is that if 10:10 is used to justify lots of short-term measures that make people uncomfortable but turn out not to have any impact on the risk of dangerous climate change, then we will look back in a few years' time and say, like the Charge of the Light Brigade , "C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas la guerre."
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  2. ceo *
  3. charticles
  4. demonisation
    • 2009 September 2, Brendan O'Neill, “Wearing thermals won't save the planet”, Guardian:
      This reveals something profound about environmentalism: it is not really a campaign to find solutions to the practical problem of climate change, but rather has become a semi-religious, almost medieval demonisation of human behaviour as dirty and destructive.
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  5. egm
  6. floorplans
  7. iawards
    • 2009 September 2, Jack Schofield, “Newsbytes: 3 September 2009”, Guardian:
      Best of British iawards The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) is running the iawards to promote innovation.
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  8. imperialisms
  9. magnifique *
    • 2009 September 3, Myles Allen, “Make the CO&&!g2!&&g cuts count”, Guardian:
      But the danger is that if 10:10 is used to justify lots of short-term measures that make people uncomfortable but turn out not to have any impact on the risk of dangerous climate change, then we will look back in a few years' time and say, like the Charge of the Light Brigade , "C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas la guerre."
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  10. marketisation
    • 2009 September 2, Owen Bowcott, “Private prophet”, Guardian:
      The question of how much of the NHS should be operated by private companies or charities is at the heart of a growing debate over the "marketisation" of the NHS. Almost 8% of elective surgery is currently carried out by private providers.
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  11. modelwhich
    • 2009 September 2, Charles Arthur, “Ordnance Survey business model costs appear in leaked presentation”, Guardian:
      OS needs a straightforward business modelwhich enables it to compete fairly … (if it is to do so) and the market needs to be offered clear commercial ground rules, not simply concessions and short-term compromises."
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  12. nazism
    • 2009 September 2, Mark Mazower, “Wartime nostalgia blinds us to Britain's changed realities”, Guardian:
      As the Soviets stormed west of their prewar boundaries for the first time, this was confirmation that it was the Red Army that really won the war against nazism, and the moment Stalin began to think seriously about how to rule eastern Europe.
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  13. outdooor
  14. pourri *
    • 2009 September 2, Charles Arthur, “Ordnance Survey business model costs appear in leaked presentation”, Guardian:
      Michael Nicholson of Intelligent Addressing, which has been urging a utility-style model for OS, said: "The advice appears to have been based upon an unbalanced economic analysis and the resultant pot pourri of solutions offers little real medium-term certainty to either OS or its market.
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  15. quot *
  16. repolarised
    • 2009 September 2, Owen Bowcott, “Private prophet”, Guardian:
      He has watched this summer as internal Conservative feuds over Barack Obama's US health reforms have repolarised political exchanges over the future of the NHS.
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  17. torrenting
    • 2009 September 2, “YouTube wants to stream movies for fees”, Guardian:
      A lot of today's "torrenting" seems to be driven by viewers outside the US, who don't want to wait for the official regional availability of new movies and TV series.
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  18. touchpaper

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