Hannah Rogers

A Guide to Deduction

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1. An in-depth knowledge of human anatomy is vital. This includes the body both before and after death.

2. Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.

3. Gender means very little in the area of deduction: women and men are quite evenly matched in ability despite differing physical builds. Individuals defying stereotypes is the fastest way to throw off such assumptions.

4. Observation is the first step to deduction. Focus on the cuffs, sleeve, knees and elbows, as this is the clothing which comes into contact with the most surfaces.

5. It is important to note when inferring from dialect how a person learnt the language and whether their teacher was native speaker. People who learn in class have better grasp of technicalities yet self-taught people often have trouble with grammar.

6. If someone is sharing a deduction includes very specific conditions a person, the more likely it is that the person submitting it demonstrates those aspects themselves.

7. When looking for the perpetrator of a crime, motive is the essential element.

8. Despite what the internet may tell you, there is no reliable way to discern the gender or age of a person online without their honest confirmation.

9. Women have 14–16 parts of their brain dedicated to communication which includes body language etc. whereas men only have 4–6. This means that women are often perceived to have better communication ability
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Hairdressers will often have a callus on the outside of their top knuckle on the ring finger of their dominant hand, due to the way they hold their equipment.
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A small but pronounced callous on the large knuckle of the right index finger often indicates someone who works in reta
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53. If someone works at a desk often they are unlikely to wear bracelets or a watch as clattering against the surface of the desk can get annoying
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unusually quick with knowing the alphabetical order
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and having any combination of these inks smeared on the finger tips or side of the hand suggests that a person works with a whiteboard, most commonly teachers.
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. These inks stain very badly on fabric,
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Black, green and red are the most common white board pen colours
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long nails spread infections and are not allowed in clinical settings
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1. An in-depth knowledge of human anatomy is vital. This includes the body both before and after death.
2. Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.
3. Gender means very little in the area of deduction: women and men are quite evenly matched in ability despite differing physical builds. Individuals defying stereotypes is the fastest way to throw off such assumptions.
4. Observation is the first step to deduction. Focus on the cuffs, sleeve, knees and elbows, as this is the clothing which comes into contact with the most surfaces.
5. It is important to note when
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ing a consultant has the benefit of freedom from the demon of consistent work. Boredom, though a bitter side effect, proves to exceed the drag of employment. Skills and ability can often be derived from work, though hard labour tends to scratch the sheen off a skill. Heaven forbid it should ever happen to a mind like mine. Work may be a motivator, but is often a motive to much darker things.

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10. Long clean fingernails are a sign that the person does little manual work. Dirty and short fingernails are a sign of manual labour.

11. If someone has well-tended hands with no callouses and healthy long nails, but dirtied and rough skin suggested they have been working in manual labour for a short time.

12. Long or fake nails on both hands can also indicate that the person wearing them is unlikely to currently work in medical field, such as being a veterinarian, doctor or nurse; they are uncomfortable for patients and can be obstructing.

13. Many teachers who work in less technologically advanced school have marks of chalk on their fingernails or clothing.

14. Someone who has worked in theatre tech for a while will often respond “thank you” when given directions or told a “plan of action”, if distracted. (For example, “I’m going out.” “Thank you.”)

15. A singer is more likely to breathe from their diaphragm. You can tell because when they take a deep breath, rather than their chest rising or falling, they seem to suck in their gut.

16. Opera singers tend to have broad shoulders as the muscles around their diaphragm build, leading to the cliché of the “fat lady”.

17. If someone is an opera singer, they tend to talk in a higher register so not to damage their voice.

18. Opera singers tend to have a straight spine as part of their posture and keep their head “loose”.

19. A trained singer’s shoulders will not move up and down when they breathe as it both lets the least amount of air in and looks unprofessional.

20. A trained vocalist will often speak with a more resonant sound, since they are trained to let sound vibrate through the mask of their face.

21. When someone is signing and they don’t open their mouth wide when pronouncing vocals it is possible that they have experience in a chorus.

22. An experienced actor may breathe from their diaphragm to improve their voice projection.

23. Actors/performers may also be inclined to stand at “neutral”: feet shoulder width apart, knees very slightly bent, shoulders back, abdominal muscles relaxed.

24. Actors may get into the habit of speaking in higher volume and level of elocution.

25. Small rectangular patches on the back of the neck are where microphone tape has ripped off the hairs.

26. Someone who worked in military service shows many signs of communal living, as most daily routine is shared, such as meals.

27. Training nurses or medical assistants o
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ntly work in medical field, such as being a veterinarian, doctor or nurse; they are uncomfortable for patients and can be obstructing.

13. Many teachers who work in less technologically advanced school have marks of chalk on their fingernails or clothing.

14. Someone who has worked in theatre
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62. Sometimes car salesman wear their belt buckles to the side so that when they lean up against the cars there is no risk of scratching the paint.

63. Actors are often more likely to be smokers, due to the indefinite periods of waiting between rehearsals/filming/scenes, leaving them few options to fill the time that can end as soon as they are needed.

64. However, dancers and singers are less likely to smoke in these gaps, due to their critical need of high lung capacity. (Note the occasional use as a weight suppressant and addictive nature.)

65. If an artist has stains and holes in their clothes from chemicals it is likely they have been using tougher materials, such as print making which requires chemicals to eat away at steel to create pattern. The holes will be more severe than basic cleaning supplies, which are far weaker.

66. Surgeons commonly have small indentations on their forefingers from cutting open and sewing up a patient: if these marks are very pronounced they were in surgery very recently.

67. You can tell an artist by the way they hold the utensil, with the last digit of their forefinger completely against it: this gives them more control of the movement of the line.

68. When retrieving something from a lower shelf, a person who will squat on their haunches rather than bending over it likely to either have worked at or frequently used a library, bookstore or convenience store.

69. If a person walks around all day with their shirt on backwards or similar, it may indicate they are in a position of authority (no one wanted to embarrass them) but not a public figure (no-one needed to tell them about it.)

70. If someone has long, thin callouses along the back of their heel, it could be an indication of wearing boots frequently, particularly industrial/work boots
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32. (See above) Rounded crescent cuts pointing upwards belong to rounded tipped scissors commonly used by barbers.

33. (See above)Sharper straight cuts indicate the use of hairdresser’s scissors.

34. An artist who has very short finger nails is more likely to be a sculptor as long nails can break/cause pain to the artist while working on the pottery wheels because of the pressure used against the clay with one’s hands to manipulate it into shape.

35. A person working in the architecture industry has a tendency to observe building elements above anything. (For example, windows and structure of walls.)

36. A chef or someone working in food might have irregular cuts and burns on their hands and arms, but otherwise have very clean hands with short nails.

37. If a person has artificial nails or natural nails longer than one-quarter inch, they are not any form of hospital staff: long nails spread infections and are not allowed in clinical settings.

38. Someone who has worked in hospitality will often say “behind” when walking behind someone or trying to get past a person, rather than “excuse me” etc.

39. People who work in small quarters may use simple one word commands like “behind” when trying to get past a person.

40. People who work using their hands usually sneeze into the crook of their elbow on impulse, even when they have tissues on hand. (Like those who handle food, chemicals, lab equipment.)

41. Someone working in a bakery will have several little cuts all over his hands, due to the crust of hot bread: they will also have flour on their shoes.

42. Someone who needs to present as part of their job will frequently check how they look, possibly carrying a mirror with them at all times.

43. Someone who needs to present as part of their will also most likely talk “with their hands” to emphasise their points.

44. Black, green and red are the most common white board pen colours, and having any combination of these inks smeared on the finger tips or side of the hand suggests that a person works with a whiteboard, most commonly teachers.

45. The same traces of colour on the lips or tongue suggests they use a project and water soluble markers.

46. These inks stain very badly on fabric, and are often possible to find even after being washed.

47. Police officers will have an unusual walk. This is due to the massive amount of equipment they typically have to carry on their belts.

48. If a person is unusually quick with knowing the alphabetical order of letter, chances are they work at/frequently use a library.

49. You can tell if someone is a digital artist, or at least not used to working in traditional media, if they have a noticeable callous on the outer palm heel of their dominant hand.

50. If someone works in both traditional and digital mediums, they will lack this callous: due to trying to avoid smudging their work.

51. You can often tell a supermarket cashier from the bruises and scrapes around their hands and wrists often caused by swift, and sometimes clumsy, handling of a range of items and materials.

52. Someone who works in a coffee shop will have outer clothes that smell of coffe
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for a short time.
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. A singer is more likely to breathe from their diaphragm. You can tell because when they take a deep breath, rather than their chest rising or falling, they seem to suck in their gut.
16. Opera singers tend to have broad shoulders as the muscles around their diaphragm build, leading to the cliché of the “fat lady”.
17. If someone is an opera singer, they tend to talk in a higher register so not to damage their voice.
18. Opera singers tend to have a straight spine as part of their posture and keep their head “loose”.
19. A trained singer’s shoulders will not move up and down when they breathe as it both lets the least amount of air in and looks unprofessional.
20. A trained vocalist will often speak with a more resonant sound, since they are trained to let sound vibrate through the mask of their face.
21. When someone is signing and they don’t open their mouth wide when pronouncing vocals it is possible that they have experience in a chorus.
22. An experienced actor may breathe from their diaphragm to improve their voice projection.
23. Actors/performers may also be inclined to stand at “neutral”: feet shoulder width apart, knees very slightly bent, shoulders
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