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