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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
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  • The question for us now to solve is the sequence of events leading from a rifled jewel-case at one end to the crop of a goose in Tottenham Court Road at the other.
  • Nothing could be more natural than the sequence of events as narrated by this lady, and nothing stranger than the result when viewed, for instance, by Mr. Lestrade of Scotland Yard.

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  • She has a gift for breaking a complex task into a simple series of sequential steps.
  • The story is told sequentially.

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