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  • Richard Hemming MW
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  • Richard Hemming MW
6 May 2011


INHAFE: I now have acronyms for everything.

They have resulted from my attempts to formulate a system for tackling the tasting paper. Until now, I have adopted a scattergun approach to the answers, relying more on luck than design for my marks. And it showed, since my last assessed tasting paper (at the second-year seminar in…