Ian: Didn't work out the pattern. So many other partial groups, like midDAY, birthDAY, good DAY. As well as adding E to the end : bE, starE, dogE, wE, fortE. I just got so distracted by these extra categories that I failed. Good grid! (4 weeks ago)
Blues: Cheers Nellington... Nice alternative as well. (2 months, 1 week ago)
Nellington: Excellent grid. Top marks!
P.S. - An alternative answer for the 'fight' set are 'things that are in other things', ie. Bun in the oven, cat in the hat, bull in a china shop and dog in the manger. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
Blues: Toast, first time anyone has described me as elegant... That aside I agree with your identification of the twenty-one units a day rule although I have fought a hearty campaign to increase it.
Thank you E.L. , Jezebel and Amay, reading your comments adds a little extra to one of my recommended 21 units. (hic.) (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
Amay: Very good, kicking myself for the ones I didn't get (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
Jezebel: Not difficult once you crack the ‘code’ but definitely a very classy grid. Thank you! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
toast: There is an elegance in the simple lines of this grid that belies the notion that a man who has his fortnightly beer allowance twice a week is incapable of recognising beauty. Personally I have long held that sticking to the recommended limit of twenty-one units a day is the foundation of a cultivated taste. Cheers! (2 months, 2 weeks ago)
E.L. Wisty: Superb, great grid. (2 months, 2 weeks ago)