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This Holmes phrase invited a close inquiry into the facts about a specific regulation, not some flight of abstract fancy.
Yet it is hard to buy his core idea that our system of constitutional rights went wrong just because of Holmes or that it can be repaired by proportionality review.
Holmes was not the advocate for abstract, acontextual analysis that Greene imagines.
The group is first mentioned in the 1887 story "A Study in Scarlet," in which Holmes pays them each a shilling to track down a particular cabbie.Sherlock Holmes takes a back seat to street kids in The Irregulars trailer|Jennifer Ouellette|March 19, 2021|Ars Technica
More variability suggests that you are “more adaptive” to what’s going on around you, Holmes says.The Army put fitness trackers on paratroopers in Alaska to fine-tune its training|Rob Verger|March 12, 2021|Popular-Science
Sherlock Holmes is a new millennium sex symbol with books, movies, and TV episodes introducing him to a new generation of fans.Can Tarzan of the Apes Survive in a Post-Colonial World?|Ted Gioia|November 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The cops were as incompetent as they often appear to be in the Holmes stories.
Holmes addicts had arrived at the show from all over the world.
I fancy Holmes would have destroyed those theories with nothing more than his intuition.
LONDON — If Sherlock Holmes was such a smart detective, why was he not put on the case of Jack the Ripper?
Old Holmes furrowed his brow and closed one eye, seeking with the other the inspiration of the sky.
"Mind what I told you, Henery," he whispered very loud, glaring at Mr. Holmes.
Henry Holmes was standing with his back to the stove, one hand wagging up and down at the solemn line of figures on the bench.
"All Ike's property to-day ain't as val'able to me now as that cent was then," Mr. Holmes answered solemnly.
Old Mr. Holmes started to protest, but Aaron Kallaberger quieted him with an offering of tobacco.