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Sherlock

An earlier Macintosh utility starting with Version 8.5 of the operating system that provided a common facility for searching the local hard disk, the local network and the Internet. Sherlock was replaced with Spotlight in Mac OS X Tiger.
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Holmes may have changed species and genders, but Vastra and her Watson-like human partner, Jenny Flint, have relocated to a very familiar Victorian London to solve mysteries and undertake adventures in classic Sherlockian style.
Michael Connelly's modern Harry Bosch encounters a Sherlockian medical examiner.
It is offering a Sherlockian package that includes a tour of the locations that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write the most famous of all detective stories - The Hound of the Baskervilles.
In Forever, where Elementary meets Highlander, we find the immortal character gathering clues and signs of crime with Sherlockian deductive logic.
Pope, in And Now the Screaming Starts (1973), a Gothic picture about a curse still affecting the Fengriffen family and its descendans in the late 18-th century, the film in which Cushing uttered the almost Sherlockian line "Curiosity is necessary in my line of work" (apud Gullo 2004: 231), and after impersonating an antique dealer who always took revenge against the customers who tried to cheat him (From Beyond the Grave, 1974), he took up again the fight against the supernatural beings werewolves, this time--firstly as Professor Christopher Lundgren, archeologist and lycanthropy enthusiast (The Beast Must Die, 1974), secondly as Professor Paul Cataflanque (Legend of the Werewolf, 1975).
He has been transmogrified into Gavin Stevens, the Sherlockian sleuth and know-it-all of the Knight's Gambit stories, Intruder in the Dust, and other novels.
The series stars Ben Whalen (of "To Be King") as a Sherlockian hacker, Rebecca Lynch (from "Game Night") as a seductive cam-harlot and Derek Houck (from "Napoleon Bon Appetit") as a deranged Internet troll.
Stenman--who gave up his dream of designing cars to pursue a medical career--has used those same Sherlockian skills to tackle some of the biggest challenges in clinical chemistry.
There is a saying in Sherlockian circles that all it takes to form a society is a book, two people and a bottle of wine.
Konnikova, a writer and psychologist, argues that even the dimmest among us can benefit from Sherlockian strategies.
Andrew Meller is a master raconteur and Sherlockian characters will seem to spring from every part of the room as he tells the stories that, though more than a century old, seem fresh and vigorous.
Then, when he finally appears, he comes across as a Sherlockian villain.