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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Sherlock Holmes.
See also changes related to Sherlock Holmes, or pages that link to Sherlock Holmes or to this page or whose text contains "Sherlock Holmes".

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  • Arthur Conan Doyle [r]: (1859–1930) British author – of the Sherlock Holmes stories – and physician. [e]
  • Crime [r]: Acts or omissions that are made offences against the law and which are prosecuted by the State. [e]
  • Detective [r]: A person, usually employed in a state agency and sometimes by private parties, to investigate and solve crimes. [e]


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