"This year and last we did The Big Sleuth
and took it a little bit further.
elements that comprise the model are the six variables (The Slope, Landus map, Excluded area, Urban area, Transportation map, and Hillside area) that determine the input of the model [Silva and Clarke, 2002, Clarke, 2008).
Louise McCathie, Director of Fundraising at Birmingham Children's Hospital, said: "We will be so sad to see the bears prowl away but are delighted we were able to give the giant sleuth
one final farewell before their departure.
"Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
Hacker's Memory" is not due to arrive in the U.S.
We catch up with Baker Street's most famous resident in 1940s Sussex where the former sleuth
, now 93, spends his days beekeeping, grousing at his long-suffering housekeeper (Laura Linney) and bemoaning the way in which he's been misrepresented in Watson's bestselling 'penny dreadfuls'.
During its lifetime, Sleuth
- which tells of how a detective story writer plays a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with his estranged wife's new lover - has won numerous awards both in the UK and on Broadway.
drama Sherlock and its star Benedict Cumberbatch have been honoured with top awards at a US ceremony.
That is simply not the case: many novels are still being written in which an amateur sleuth
(frequently assisted by a well-meaning 'Watson') uses the powers of well-trained and incisive logic to solve a meticulously planned crime, usually committed among the middle-to-upper classes, one with a solution well beyond the meagre abilities of the bumbling professional detectives.
can finally exorcise an incredulous winless hex in the EBF Normandie Stud Fleur De Lys Fillies' Stakes.
Sarah Park steps up in grade after winning a handicap on her latest start, while the maiden Super Sleuth
finished third in last year's 1,000 Guineas.
BRITAIN may be going Sherlock crazy at the moment but to fans of a certain age, this may well be the definitive movie about the archetypal sleuth
and his faithful sidekick.
ITV1 Wales, tomorrow, 8pm There have been so many reports about ageism in TV recently that when Geraldine McEwan announced she was stepping down as Miss Marple, some fans may have feared that the makers of the detective drama would decide to reinvent Agatha Christie's famous sleuth
as a glamorous twentysomething.