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I E K V M Y D V L S M K K L N L M L B R D
S S N U A O Q H I I U L N I D V I Q L J C
J E B P K O R F F G H G S T M O S G G E N
E D J D A S V U P M Q I T E G D C P R L H
G I V V B R A L U M L Q A R S W H P S T H
R H X U I F L O R O N H N A C K I R F S N
O H Q Y E Y L K P H L E H L G V E J N N X
E E Q A S T E V O F C E J R F A F T M M L
G A L U S E N N S F E B T U E H R W I L B
V S O H H P R Q I E T X Q L L A U Q R L F
R O F N C R V S V U T E M E U H L L K T I
E S A B E V L P E U P L T T R Y E A B O Y
L R C S R T B S A D K O I N N L F O X S D
D H V O G X P I P L E U T R E Y J E N G U
A F W B B R K X P S D Q H Y D B S U O J L
Q Y K C V C N U R L M F V L L U K K P V C
H E C G U R V E O I N J H K O E N W N G O
O V J G V P R I A Y J N A X G W U J Y P S
Q H U I E N K A C E R V T R C O F D Q Q I
W X S S Y M W C H A O E X X L M P C B N V
X S E T Q Q A C X Y T I W U K I S E T S H

Clues

  • Lord Denning said this was 'flexible' and 'allowed judges to fill in gaps' (8, 4)
  • This is the first ruled the judges use (7, 4)
  • This is the narrow approach example (1, 1, 5)
  • What is Jones V Tower boot co an example of (9, 8)
  • What is the example of the Broad approach (5, 1, 6)
  • what is used when there is more than one meaning of a word (6, 4)

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