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Moriarty, Professor (Fictitious character)


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    • Professor Moriarty (Fictitious character)
    • Moriarty, James (Fictitious character)
    • Moriarty, James, Professor (Fictitious character)
    • Мориарти, Професор (Fictitious character)
    • Moriarti, Profesor (Fictitious character)
    • Професор Мориарти (Fictitious character)
    • Profesor Moriarti (Fictitious character)
    • Мориарти, Джеймс (Fictitious character)
    • Moriarti, Dzheĭms (Fictitious character)
    • Moriarty, Jim (Fictitious character)
    • מוריארטי, פרופסור (Fictitious character)
    • פרופסור מוריארטי (Fictitious character)
    • מוריארטי, ג'יימס (Fictitious character)
    • Moriarṭi, G'aims (Fictitious character)
    • Мориарти, Профессор (Fictitious character)
    • Moriarti, Professor (Fictitious character)
    • Профессор Мориарти (Fictitious character)
    • Professor Moriarti (Fictitious character)
    • Моріарті, Професор (Fictitious character)
    • Професор Моріарті (Fictitious character)
    • Моріарті, Джеймс (Fictitious character)
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    • found: Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Motion picture). The adventures of Sherlock Holmes, c2004.
    • found: Wikipedia, May 29, 2014:The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (film) (The film follows famous detective Sherlock Holmes and his companion Doctor Watson as they attempt to foil their archenemy Professor Moriarty who targets a wealthy family and plots the theft of the Crown Jewels.)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 29, 2014:Professor Moriarty (Professor James Moriarty is a fictional character in the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes's archenemy, Moriarty is a criminal mastermind whom Holmes describes as the "Napoleon of crime"; James Moriarty; gender: Male; occupation: Criminal mastermind; nationality: Irish (presumably); In his first appearance in "The Final Problem", Moriarty is referred to as "Professor Moriarty"--no forename is mentioned. In "The Adventure of the Empty House", Holmes refers to Moriarty on one occasion as "Professor James Moriarty". This is the only time Moriarty is given a first name) Bulgarian page (Професор Мориарти = Profesor Moriarti; Професор Джеймс Мориарти = Profesor DzheІims Moriarti) French page (Professeur Moriarty; professeur James Moriarty (sometimes called Jim Moriarty)) Hebrew page (פרופסור מוריארטי = Profesor MoriarѴti; פרופסור ג'יימס מוריארטי = Profesor G'aims MoriarѴti) Kazakh page (Профессор Мориарти = Professor Moriarti; Профессор Джеймс Мориарти = Professor DzheІims Moriarti) Ukrainian page (Професор Моріарті = Profesor Moriarti; Професор Джеймс Моріарті = Profesor DЋzЌheІims Moriarti)
    • found: Baker Street wiki, May 29, 2014(James Moriarty; Professor James Moriarty, the arch-enemy of the famous Detective Sherlock Holmes, a mathematics professor turned the world's only consulting criminal; Sex: Male; Nationality: British; Died: 4 May 1891; Occupation: Mathematician, professor, criminal mastermind)
    • found: Hall, J. The dynamics of a falling star : some notes on the late Professor Moriarty, 1996.
    • found: Pringle, D. Imaginary people, 1987:page 317 (Moriarty, James; arch-enemy of Sherlock Holmes; Professor Moriarty created by A. Conan Doyle in 1893)
    • found: Bunson, M.E. The Sherlock Holmes encyclopedia, 1995(Moriarty, Professor)
    • found: An international catalogue of superheroes, via WWW, May 29, 2014(Professor Moriarty; Real Name: Professor James Moriarty; Occupation: Maths Professor, crimelord; Group Membership: Leader of his own criminal gang, and through that most of London's underworld; Aliases: The Napoleon of Crime)
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    • 2014-05-29: new
    • 2018-05-30: revised
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