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Dr. Watson

A Windows utility that reports extensive details about a crash (abend). It either sits in the background and captures the current status of the system at the moment of the crash, or it is launched at the time of crash in order to report the details. The DW.EXE file (Dr. Watson program file) has been available for many years as a diagnostic utility, but it is also installed by Office XP. DW.EXE has been known to automatically launch when a crash occurs and, if the crash is too corrupted to analyze, Dr. Watson itself crashes.
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When I left him, twenty minutes later, with instructions to move against the owner of Holmescroft, with a view to purchase, I was more bewildered than any Doctor Watson at the opening of a story.
Paul's Cathedral, walking across Tower Bridge and treading in the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson, it is safe to say that London remains my favourite city in the world.
In 1980 he played Doctor Watson for 23 episodes in Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson.
Sherlock Holmes Museum Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson lived at 221b Baker Street between 1881-1904, according to the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Doctor Watson, I can only guess, would have been astounded.
Experience how Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson lived at 221b Baker Street with free admission to the Sherlock Holmes Museum.
Doctor Watson could do it, never mind Sherlock Holmes.
The show, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch, above, and Martin Freeman as sidekick Doctor Watson, pulled in an average audience of 9.
ROBERT Downey Jr and Jude Law are back as Holmes and Doctor Watson as they uncover a plot by Professor Moriarty (Jared Harris) to change the course of history.
Call 029 2063 6464 4 Ha, Ha, Holmes Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson embark on the most dangerous adventure yet.
6 His next roles are as Doctor Watson in a BBC contemporary remake of Sherlock Holmes, and also the comedy Nativity, written and directed by Coventry's Debbie Isitt about two schools competing to put on the best nativity play.