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On Monday, April 8, 2002, at 11:49 , Scott Chase wrote:
> Was Holmes one of those intuitional types? I'm not a Doyle buff, but
> intuition does come to mind for some reason.
He used 'deductive reasoning' which was a very detailed analysis of all
data. Early intensive forensics. Hardly intuitive. Just the opposite.
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