deerstalker


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deerstalker

a person who stalks deer, esp in order to shoot them
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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.
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.
Will Holmes find his deerstalker and will the deer be happy when he does?
You can dispense with the pipe and deerstalker, though, if you wish.
Boone the chemist who had a shotgun and a pet fox and who looked like a fox himself, always in brown tweed or cavalry twill and deerstalker, and who was followed everywhere by his unmarried daughter May, red hair streaked gray, whose dead mother was Welsh like Daniel's wife's kin.
The 74-year-old star, with his trademark deerstalker and handlebar moustache, was the soap's longest serving cast member.
After realizing there was only a small amount of cash in the pensioner's bag, the man, who is described as black, slim, about 5ft 4ins tall, aged between 20 and 30, and wearing a dark leather deerstalker hat, went back upstairs and woke the woman.
The Rocky DeerStalker Extreme is a waterproof, heavily insulated, scent-free solution for whitetail deer hunters who want a boot for extreme-condition hunting.