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Assessed: 20 Jul 2015 11:03
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*Name removed* Full Full Accomplished Monochrome, Street
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    21 Jul 2015 08:31

    Agree with the judge’s comments although I quite liked the title – I thought it added a story which wouldn’t have been apparent from my usual very factual titling. Probably a lapse of judgement on my part! The assessment, as usual, was very perceptive and detailed, and I always learn a lot from them. Thanks, Keith.

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