deerstalker


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deerstalker

a person who stalks deer, esp in order to shoot them
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The tumbling black curls and brilliant blue eyes of Benedict Cumberbatch have drawn a crowd of 700 fans from all over the world - most of them female and many in trademark deerstalkers.
The deerstalker and 'elementary, my dear Watson', never happened (in the books) actually, although we're all aware of the obvious symbols of Sherlock Holmes," says Ritchie.
And even two of the Huddersfield Giants stars got involved with Scott Grix and Chris Bailey donning distinctive deerstalkers down at the John Smith's Stadium.
He was wearing jeans, a light grey hoody and a distinctive dark coloured Deerstalker hat with blue and yellow piping.
Police said he was wearing jeans, a light grey hoodie and a distinctive dark coloured Deerstalker hat with blue and yellow piping.
But he intends to pay tribute to his friends and remember the banter they had supporting rival teams by completing the Mighty Deerstalker challenge in aid of Cancer Research UK.
Charlie, who appears on many of the page spreads, is a dog detective with the obligatory magnifying glass and deerstalker hat.
The pundit, famed for his deerstalker, tic-tac gestures and gold jewellery, took his former employer and TV production company IMG Media Limited to the tribunal, alleging his sacking last year was motivated by age discrimination.
But married McCririck, famed for his bling, sideburns and deerstalker, told the London hearing: "I believe what I'm doing is right.
I do know Arthur Conan Doyle created the character (Wikipedia has just told me) and can get my hands on a deerstalker.
You can dispense with the pipe and deerstalker, though, if you wish.