Al­pha Ci­pher

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The let­ters A to Z have each been al­lo­cated a dif­fer­ent num­ber be­tween 1 and 26. The num­ber next to each word in this list is the sum to­tal of the let­ter val­ues in that word. So, for ex­am­ple, in LAW, L might equal 15,

A 3 and W 21, or L might be 8, A 26 and W 5, or any other com­bi­na­tion adding up to 39. We’ve placed some starter let­ters in the grid — can you work out the val­ues of the rest?

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