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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.
And completely fictional behavior designed to move the story forward rather
than to describe what was really going on anywhere in the real world.
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