Prize Puzzle – March 2014

Monthly Prize Puzzle No 22 (March 2014) by Radler

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Radler tried to construct a puzzle with all 26 letters around its perimeter.  Unfortunately he didn’t quite succeed.  However, after solving the puzzle you may notice that if he had replaced one of the answers with an anagram of itself, he would have achieved his aim.

What is the word he ought to have used?

Solvers should complete the answer box below with a single answer. There is no need to send a completed solution. Closing date for entries is midnight on March 15th 2014. The winner will receive their choice of any of the Telegraph Crossword Books published by Hamlyn.  All entries are confirmed by email. In the event of two or more entries being received from the same solver all of these entries will be disqualified, except that mistakes can be corrected by using the box below and clearly requesting that the earlier entry be withdrawn.

Please note that, due to punitive postal charges, while the competition is open to all, the prize is only available to UK solvers.

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Feedback on puzzles is welcomed and will be passed on to setters. A review will be published after the closing date.

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The competition is now closed



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