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Moore Agar

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Fictional character.


In the Sherlock Holmes stories

Moore Agar was a physician.


  • In March 1897, Dr. Moore Agar, of Harley Street, gave positive injunctions that Sherlock Holmes would lay aside all his cases and surrender himself to complete rest if he wished to avert an absolute breakdown. (DEVI, 8)
  • His dramatic introduction to Holmes should have been recounted by Watson. (DEVI, 8)




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