to shoot / to launch / to allude to / radio- (chemistry)
Sherlock Holmes (sh) is ready for takeoff in the Erechtheion's bathroom (e4) and stands in front of a rocket on a launch pad (mnemonic symbol for 射). As there are many journalists, Sherlock prepared to be extra fancy and wears a tight body suit (身). He winks to the photographers and makes the thumbs up (寸) sign.
to set up / to arrange / to establish / to found / to display
Recently Sherlock Holmes had less and less customers, so he wants to set up an advertising campaign. He starts in the Erechtheion's bathroom setting up an advertising column. It is lying on the floor, and Sherlock tries to lever it up using a halberd.
to take in / to absorb / to assimilate / to act for / to take a photo / photo shoot / photo / to conserve (one's health)
Sherlock Holmes (sh) wants to take a selfie (摄) in the Erechtheion's bathroom (e4), so he holds his phone with a toy claw (扌) in front of him. He has no way to press a button or the like, so he has to use voice activation. He doesn't want to loose his smile while taking the photo, so he tries whispering (摄) to the phone without moving his lips.
(literary) to wade across a body of water / (bound form) to experience / to undergo / to be involved / to concern
Sherlock Holmes (sh) suspects the five paced viper (步) to have killed an innocent person, so he is looking for it in the Erechtheion's bathroom (e4). The snakes hides in one of the many water bottles (氵), so Sherlock has to wade (涉) through the bottles and the water in order to find the viper (步).