deerstalker


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deerstalker

a person who stalks deer, esp in order to shoot them
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For more information on the race see my book The Welsh Grand National: From Deerstalker to Emperor's Choice, published by The History Press at PS14.
If the arrival of Mr Hardie in his deerstalker was a sign that something significant was underway in British politics and society, so too is the blaze of colour which has now broken out on the green benches.
lt;B Right, Keir Hardie raised eyebrows when he turned up at the Commons in a tweed suit and deerstalker hat in 1892
IHAVE bought a deerstalker and a shotgun and I'm taking lessons in silent killing.
The 'Sherlock' star said that he would love to swap his deerstalker hat for a long dark cape to fight crime as Batman, the Daily Star reported.
He was wearing jeans, a light grey hoody and a distinctive dark coloured Deerstalker hat with blue and yellow piping.
Dog-detective Charlie, with obligatory magnifying glass and deerstalker hat, occasionally appears to point out details viewers might miss.
If we do, we may just discover a yarmulke peeping from underneath the famed deerstalker.
Carried unanimously, apart from the fuzzy, bewhiskered gentleman in the deerstalker at the back .
Will Holmes find his deerstalker and will the deer be happy when he does?