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Aastha Bhat

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+Sherlock Holmes Little help?
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SRSLY guys? Did you NOT keep looking at the calendar in grade school and see the starts of the letters and be like, "Hey, it says JASON!"
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James O'Leary

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Are you sure that's not from Sumatra?
The creature is believed to be a cane rat, with experts believing the rodents could be breeding in London’s sewers
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R.O.U.S.!!!
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Sarah Flood

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A bit of artwork 
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Very nice +Sarah Flood 
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I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere
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Sherlock Holmes or Tarzan — who's more popular? The numbers tell us.
by Cory Howell January 27, 2016 "aided by this chart" [SIGN] Throughout the Canon, we encounter a variety of "grams": telegrams, programmes, cryptograms, monograms, and cablegrams; such was the nature of the writte...
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Agh! man. That would be a tough one. Tarzan got me interested in books, Holmes kept me there.
With a new Tarzan movie coming out, "Watch out Sherlock!" ;)
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David Ruffle

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In addition to Joseph Svec's Sherlock Holmes books, He has previously written and published a book of rhymed metered story poems, Mystical Journeys. He has also written a Guide to Toy Castles and Knights from Around the World...
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Dancer Fandom

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Was anyone else mentally and emotionally wrecked by The Abominable Bride. I sure was
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Just did expect a roller coaster of emotions.
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Professor “M” MORIARTY

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Also try and post challenging Sherlocked cases
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Rob Stephens

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Here is my #Sherlock collection on +Redbubble 
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Rob Stephens

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New #Sherlock t-shirt from my +Redbubble store
Available as T-Shirts & Hoodies, Stickers, and Stationeries
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+Deb Werth
Thank you
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David Ruffle

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Tim Symonds was born in Hampstead, London. He grew up in Somerset, Dorset and Guernsey. After several years working in the Kenya Highlands and along the Zambezi River he emigrated to Canada and then the United States. He stud...
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Kay Marie

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DO THEM ALL
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Kay Marie

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😁😃😄
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Rob Stephens

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Simply like my Facebook page to be entered into a FREE draw for a chance to win: The Sherlock Holmes School of Self-Defence: The manly art of Bartitsu as used against Professor Moriarty.

Winner announced on Monday 29th February 2016

https://www.facebook.com/imrobstephens/
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I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere
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Laaaaaadies!! It's a history of women in the BSI and the origins of The Adventuresses of Sherlock Holmes.
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I LOVED this episode. Definitely one of my favorites. Actually brought me to tears (ok, yeah, I cry easily). It's inspiring to me to see women advocating for their inclusion in a hobby they love and making a place for themselves in these circles. I found it especially interesting that they opened ASH to men after they were admitted to the BSI.

Thanks for another excellent podcast! I've listened to all the episodes so far and await the next with eagerness.
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Dave 'kernow' Walpole

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Please come and join, for all things Sherlock Holmes. 
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Dancer Fandom

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Allan Rickman Severus Snape) died today. My friend Shannon told me 
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David Ruffle

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I'm glad to see that someone beat Bill O"Reilly to the punch.
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Al Clark

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"The century-old detective stories are being studied by today’s neurologists – but why? As it turns out, not even modern technology can replace their lessons in rational thinking."
The century-old detective stories are being studied by today’s neurologists – but why? As it turns out, not even modern technology can replace their lessons in rational thinking.
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“It is always pleasant to be right, but it is generally a much more useful thing to be wrong.”...If only that sentiment were more popular in present-day culture.  
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Happy birthday, Sherlock Holmes!
"your celebrated friend, Mr. Sherlock Holmes" [NAVA] January 6th is here and that marks the date on which we traditionally celebrate Sherlock Holmes's birthday. We say "traditionally," because there is no definitive statem...
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