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Holmes

(hōlmz),
Gordon M., English neurologist, 1876-1965. See: Holmes-Adie pupil, Holmes-Adie syndrome, Stewart-Holmes sign.

Holmes

(hōlmz),
Andrew F., 1797-1860; Canadian physician; one of four founders of McGill University Medical School (Montreal, Quebec); its first dean and librarian.

Holmes

(hōlmz),
Walter Chapin, 1884-1932. See: Holmes stain.
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The game begins on a warm evening in May 1897, as Sherlock Holmes, accompanied by Dr Watson, arrives at a party in the fabulous Sherringford Hall.
You have gathered all of the documentary evidence from the client's files and retained the services of an antifraud expert, Sherlock Holmes, CPA, who has interviewed a number of possible witnesses.
Sherlock Holmes was able to establish the probabilities of past events and present culpabilities through such means as the complexion of mud, the texture of cigar ash, and canines that do not bark.
It is a mystery worthy of that world-famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes.
Sherlock Holmes, after all, personifies the ideal of scientific progress since classical antiquity, and so it seems only fitting that he bear the visage of the Apollo Belvedere as a vestige of his great ancestors.
Our successful box office continues to prove the appeal of Sherlock Holmes, especially in the hands of guy Ritchie and his amazing cast, led by Robert Downey Jr.