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1  Sherlock Holmes sniffed sardonically.
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2  Sherlock Holmes rose and lit his pipe.
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3  "Poison," said Sherlock Holmes curtly, and strode off.
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4  It's all very well for you to laugh, Mr. Sherlock Holmes.
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5  "You would lose your money," Sherlock Holmes remarked calmly.
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6  "Dr. Watson, Mr. Sherlock Holmes," said Stamford, introducing us.
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7  "You mean the retired sergeant of Marines," said Sherlock Holmes.
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8  Sherlock Holmes seemed delighted at the idea of sharing his rooms with me.
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9  Sherlock Holmes rose softly and moved his chair in the direction of the door.
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10  Sherlock Holmes approached the body, and, kneeling down, examined it intently.
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11  "For Mr. Sherlock Holmes," he said, stepping into the room and handing my friend the letter.
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12  Sherlock Holmes led me to the nearest telegraph office, whence he dispatched a long telegram.
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13  "The Brixton Road does not lie between any circus and Houndsditch," said Sherlock Holmes sharply.
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14  Rance gave a violent jump, and stared at Sherlock Holmes with the utmost amazement upon his features.
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15  I had imagined that Sherlock Holmes would at once have hurried into the house and plunged into a study of the mystery.
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16  "Very interesting reading it might be made, too," remarked Sherlock Holmes, sticking a small piece of plaster over the prick on his finger.
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17  That very evening I moved my things round from the hotel, and on the following morning Sherlock Holmes followed me with several boxes and portmanteaus.
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18  When any of these nondescript individuals put in an appearance, Sherlock Holmes used to beg for the use of the sitting-room, and I would retire to my bed-room.
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19  They evidently failed to appreciate the fact, which I had begun to realize, that Sherlock Holmes' smallest actions were all directed towards some definite and practical end.
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20  Sherlock Holmes chuckled to himself, and appeared to be about to make some remark, when Lestrade, who had been in the front room while we were holding this conversation in the hall, reappeared upon the scene, rubbing his hands in a pompous and self-satisfied manner.
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