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