Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 26357
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BD Rating – Difficulty ** – Enjoyment ***
As with his previous puzzle this one from Shamus is a pangram. I thought that it was a bit easier than his usual standard and was torn between two and three stars for difficulty, so I’ll be very interested to read your comments as to whether I’ve got it right.
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