Here, the composer intends to be the answer „Derby,“ with „a“ definition, „could“ be the anagram indicator, and „be dry“ the anagram lining. „Derby“ is an anagram of „be dry.“ But „be“ does double duty, which means that any attempt to enigmatically read the word „[definition] [anagram indicator] [fodder]“ fails: if „be“ is part of the anagram indicator, then the lining is too short, but if it is part of the forage, there is no anagram; to give a correct indication, it should be „a maybe dry (5)“ which is not grammatical. A variant could read hat is dry (5), but this also fails because the word „to,“ which is necessary to render the sentence grammatical, follows the indicator („reveals itself“), although it is not specified in the anagram. Arrest Warrant – In most cases, a court order authorizing law enforcement officers to make an arrest or search. A sworn statement requesting an arrest warrant must establish probable cause by detailing the facts on which the application is based. Premature birth – A child born according to a will is executed, which is not provided for in the will. New Mexico law provides that part of the estate is going to these children. Specific Benefit – An appeal by which a court orders a person who has violated an agreement to comply exactly with what he or she has agreed to. A special benefit is ordered if the damage alone was insufficient compensation.
Compilers use a lot of these crossword shortcuts. Interrogations – Written questions asked by one party in an appeal for which the other party must provide written answers. Reciprocity – A meeting of the minds of the contracting parties on the essential conditions of the agreement. Parol Evidence Rule – If a written agreement is supposed to be a complete and final document, the terms of the agreement cannot be changed by evidence of oral agreements (parol) that purport to alter, explain or contradict the written agreement. Statement – A handwriting by a person and signed or accepted or approved by that person; any mechanical, electrical or other recording or transcription of it, which is a recital of an oral statement; and statements or shorthand or written notes containing essentially recitals of an oral statement. The answer is ODIN. The Nordic God Odin is hidden in „God incarnate,“ as understood by „essentially,“ but Odin`s definition is also the whole indication, since Odin is essentially an incarnate God.