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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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Sherlock Holmes, one of the most popular consulting detectives of all time, is on the case to help raise money for the Yorkshire Brain Research Centre at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals.
You don't have to be a super fan to join in, everyone is welcome to come and help support this crucial cause and the great thing about Sherlock is he's loved by so many across the generations.
Giants stars Chris Bailey (left) and Scott Grix back the Sherlock record bid
Fans feel that Watson lends a moral framework to Sherlock (played by Benedict Cumberbatch), who's more interested in the chase than in what's right or wrong.
The Empty Hearse'' is also the name of a Sherlock fan club whose members are obsessed with deconstructing Holmes' death, and that's important, not just because the proffered scenarios for how he ''dunnit'' came from fans.
The second episode, ''The Sign of Three,'' does turn on Holmes solving a mystery, but it almost feels like an afterthought to what could be called ''The Sherlock Holmes Comedy Hour.
The theme of this year's week is to promote the Save Undershaw campaign -- a trust striving to save the former home of the creator of Sherlock Holmes -- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (http://www.
The Sherlock Holmes Fashion Awards 2012 on 2nd August enables fans to design costumes for characters from the first two series of BBC Sherlock.
Stubbs also said that Sherlock sees Ms Hudson as a mother.
Benedict Cumberbatch will return as Sherlock Holmes on January 01, 2014.
To simplify video production, Sherlock includes Sonic DVDit
Sherlock Systems offers the sherStation DVD with the Panasonic LF-D3l1 DVDBurner because the DVD-RAM and DVD-R technologies meet the widest range of applications for consumers, businesses and professionals.