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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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During his lifetime, he opened his Sherlockian sandbox and let other people play.
It comes, however, without any illustrations, and the iconography of Sherlock Holmes is, of course, an important subspecialty of Sherlockian scholarship.
In his debut novel, a historical double mystery, Graham Moore, a 28-yearold graduate in religious history from Columbia, resurrects all things Sherlockian.
Left to her own devices, Enola sets out to find her mother in true Sherlockian fashion.
Baring-Gould, the editor of what has until now been the sum, apogee, and indispensable Sherlockian opus desiderabilissimus, the monumental cornerstone volume, was the grandson of the Reverend Sabine Baring-Gould (1834-1924), a Devonshire man, 'the last of the squarsons' (squire parsons), lord of the manor of the 3,000 acres of Lew-Trenchard, a great estate in North Devon, and author of an enormous number of books, including some on werewolves and ghost lore, as well as of the words of two well-known hymns--'Onward Christian Soldiers' and 'Now the Day is Over'.
But a rumour in Sherlockian circles suggested Mr Lancelyn Green's main reason for wanting the papers at the library was so he could access them and fulfil his ambition to write the definitive biography of Conan Doyle.
Watson, and also what life was like in Victorian England, sign up for "Sherlock Holmes and His World" taught by Sherlockian scholar Leslie Klinger.
Word Puzzles selected from "Victorian Engimas and Sherlockian Puzzles" by the author.
Most of his research for that particular project involved perusing his own vast library of Sherlockian data.
Two Sherlockian examples appeared in The Enigma (published by the National Puzzler's League), both composed by "Nightowl" (Mary Hazard).
She's not a Sherlockian but is very happy for me to get immersed in the life of the great detective.