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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words found in the 2009-01-04 issue of The Observer which did not have English entries in the English Wiktionary when this list was created.

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  • Total recognized tokens: 50234
  • Total valid lowercase tokens: 39930
  • Total unique types: 6574
  • Initial new-word count (before removal of lemma duplicates, typos, etc.): 36 (~0.548%)

2009-01-04[edit]

  1. abrim
2009 January 4, Catherine Bennett, “Catherine Bennett: After beavers and wolves, why not bring back the black rat?”, The bserver:
Here, the breeding pairs would rapidly establish nests in kitchens and basement areas, many of which already feature the council's "kitchen caddies", abrim with rotting food.

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  1. batoned
2009 January 4, Tracy McVeigh and Ben Quinn, “London's Gaza protest march inends in violence”, The Observer:
People were being crushed inside that tunnel and they were being batoned.

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  1. blisterfoil
2009 January 4, Mark Townsend, “Health fears grow as fake drugs flood into Britain”, The Observer:
Experts admit they cannot always spot fake drugs in packaging made using state-of-the-art printing and blisterfoil machines.

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  1. camerawork
2009 January 4, Alexander Linklater, “Danny Boyle profile: A film director in a class of his own”, The Observer:
What others say "The style is what you might call urban-manic: heated performances, even hotter colours and camerawork that vies with the editing for nerve and speed.

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  1. controv
2009 January 4, Barbara Ellen, “Barbara Ellen: It's a little early to sanctify Steven Gerrard”, The Observer:
As if the CBB dweebs would dare to be "controv" anyway.

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  1. deradicalisation
2009 January 4, Jason Burke, “Blow to US attempt to resettle detainees”, The Observer:
Others have been returned to Saudi Arabia where a "deradicalisation" process has been put in place.

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  1. editionalising
2009 January 4, “The Observer: Observer Business, Media & Cash”, The Observer:
Peter Preston: Too many papers, abandoning editionalising, have also abandoned their fundamental reason to exist

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  1. epiphenomena
2009 January 4, Peter Oborne, “Peter Oborne: David Cameron plans to transform Britain and has what it takes”, The Observer:
Political events are mere epiphenomena - random manifestations of deep social forces.

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  1. flipflopped
2009 January 4, Editorial, “Editorial: Gordon Brown is right to be radical”, The Observer:
They have flipflopped on the banking recapitalisation plan and the necessity of government intervention.

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  1. foodnet
2009 January 4, David Smith, “Mobiles give Africa's farmers the chance to set out their stall”, The Observer:
On the MTN network, for example, selecting "foodnet" brings up a list including beans, cassava, coffee, Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, maize, rice and sorghum, with market prices updated daily.

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  1. formers
2009 January 4, Rajeev Syal, “How the pro-Israel lobby in Britain benefits from a generous London tycoon”, The Observer:
Foreign affairs specialists say that the injection of funds has ensured that Bicom has become one of the most persistent and slickest media operations in the battle for influence over opinion formers.

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  1. fretters
2009 January 4, David Mitchell, “David Mitchell: Does my bum look big in this stress?”, The Observer:
I wouldn't be surprised if another survey were to find that the people who worry least cause most worries in others and that inveterate fretters are less of a burden on society.

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  1. frugalism
2009 January 4, Paul Harris, “Paul Harris: Frugality is cool in the cash-strapped US”, The Observer:
From Hollywood movies to celebrity culture to television, frugalism is taking hold.

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  1. hyperconsumption
2009 January 4, Paul Harris, “Paul Harris: Frugality is cool in the cash-strapped US”, The Observer:
Frugal is the new cool, putting an end to hyperconsumption.

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  1. lightfooted
2009 January 4, Gaby Hinsliff, “Exclusive: Gaby Hinsliff interviews Gordon Brown”, The Observer:
Last summer it seemed he had been permanently overtaken by more lightfooted rivals, from David Miliband to David Cameron.

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  1. lupophiles
2009 January 4, Catherine Bennett, “Catherine Bennett: After beavers and wolves, why not bring back the black rat?”, The Observer:
While the RSPB argues about sea eagle velocity and lupophiles and grizzly men dream of rubbing wet, black noses, Britain's existing songbirds are under threat, butterflies are in decline and bees are heading for extinction.

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  1. moneyspinner
2009 January 4, David Smith, “Web hit Sophie by Eleanor McEvoy touches a chord with anorexics”, The Observer:
Yet her surprise success does not add up to a moneyspinner.

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  1. neurophysicist
2009 January 4, Vanessa Thorpe, “Epic romance is reborn as Thorn Birds, the musical”, The Observer:
McCullough wrote the first draft of her hit novel in just three months in the evenings after her day job as an impoverished neurophysicist working in the laboratories at Yale University in America.

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  1. oversaturated
2009 January 4, Charlie Porter, “Blood on catwalk as cutbacks hit the fashion industry”, The Observer:
"It is an oversaturated market," said Kennedy.

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  1. photoshoot
2009 January 4, Tracy McVeigh and Morwenna Ferrier, “Wigs are back as Christmas sales soar”, The Observer:
Designer Marc Jacobs wore one for a recent photoshoot and Pixie Geldof has been photographed frequently in hers.

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  1. reinstallation
2009 January 4, Catherine Bennett, “Catherine Bennett: After beavers and wolves, why not bring back the black rat?”, The Observer:
Even now, with sea eagles, kites and ospreys all breeding successfully in this country, there are claims that the reinstallation of these raptors has ignored the needs of farmers, whose complaints should no longer be ignored.

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  1. replastering
2009 January 4, David Mitchell, “David Mitchell: Does my bum look big in this stress?”, The Observer:
Does thinking "that ceiling needs replastering" mean you're worrying?

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  1. rewilder
2009 January 4, Catherine Bennett, “Catherine Bennett: After beavers and wolves, why not bring back the black rat?”, The Observer:
In this way, the reintroduction of the black rat, as well as being justice for the rats and excellent for biodiversity, would, according to the thinking rewilder, symbolise a mystical reconnection with what is most verminous in ourselves.

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  1. rewilders
2009 January 4, Catherine Bennett, “Catherine Bennett: After beavers and wolves, why not bring back the black rat?”, The Observer:
Helpfully for rewilders, European law is on their side.

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  1. scaremongering
2009 January 4, Jason Burke, “France braced for 'rebirth of violent left' and related terrorism”, The Observer:
While some believe such claims to be scaremongering, the present political atmosphere is tense, with many among right-wing President Nicolas Sarkozy's aides fearing a repeat of the violence in Athens last month, when angry and alienated young people and a hard core of violent left-wing extremists rioted for several days, causing significant damage and bringing the city to a halt.

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  1. strugglers
2009 January 4, “The Observer: Observer Sport”, The Observer:
Football: Championship strugglers Nottingham Forest humiliated Manchester City in the FA Cup

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  1. tipsheet
2009 January 4, Paul Harris, “Paul Harris: Frugality is cool in the cash-strapped US”, The Observer:
A website called Debt Proof Living launched a daily email tipsheet last summer which now has 100,000 subscribers.

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  1. tradeshow
2009 January 4, David Smith, “'Wireless power' spells end for cables”, The Observer:
Untethered lighting, audio speakers and digital picture frames are expected to be among the first commercial products demonstrated in Las Vegas this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show, the world's biggest gadgets tradeshow.

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  1. undisputedly
2009 January 4, Tracy McVeigh, “Seaside town Worthing split over honouring Oscar Wilde”, The Observer:
"Whatever one's view about Wilde's life he is undisputedly famous and widely honoured," he said.

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  1. unimaginably
2009 January 4, Paul Harris, “Paul Harris: Frugality is cool in the cash-strapped US”, The Observer:
As it prepares to inaugurate a new president, America is also trying to forge a fresh identity in a world unimaginably different from the one inherited by George W Bush only eight years ago.

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  1. untouchability
2009 January 4, Lionel Shriver, “Lionel Shriver: Don't be fooled by the 'little' woman”, The Observer:
Second, women who take risky political positions can generate a halo of untouchability only if the opposition has some scruples, worries about gaining a reputation for tyrannising the weak and can therefore be embarrassed.

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