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Facebook stalk

To attempt to learn more about a person (typically someone whom one does not know very well) by looking at their Facebook profile, posts, photos, etc. I Facebook stalked Josh yesterday and saw no signs of a girlfriend, so, you're welcome. Ugh, Facebook stalking people I went to high school with is just depressing anymore. They all have kids and houses and intense careers, and here I am, living at home.
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fb stalk

To attempt to learn more about a person (typically someone whom one does not know very well) by looking at their Facebook profile, posts, photos, etc. I fb stalked Josh yesterday and saw no signs of a girlfriend, so, you're welcome. Ugh, fb stalking people I went to high school with is just depressing anymore. They all have kids and houses and intense careers, and here I am, living at home.
See also: FB, stalk

stalk in

To enter (some place) in a haughty, stiff, or threatening manner. The entire room fell quiet as the count stalked in without a word. The boss stalked in the office with a horrible scowl on his face, so we knew there was bad news on the way.
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stalk into (some place)

To enter some place in a haughty, stiff, or angry manner. Everyone fell quiet as the count stalked into the room without a word. The boss stalked into the office with a horrible scowl on his face, so we knew there was bad news on the way.
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stalk out

To leave (some place) in a haughty, stiff, or threatening manner. The entire room fell quiet as the count stood up and stalked out without a word. The boss stalked out of the office with a horrible scowl on his face after the financial reports were released.
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stalk out of (some place)

To leave some place in a haughty, stiff, or angry manner. Everyone fell quiet as the count stood up and stalked out of the room without a word. The boss stalked out of the office with a horrible scowl on his face after the financial reports were released.
See also: of, out, stalk

stalk in(to some place)

to stride into a place, perhaps indignantly. Carl stalked into the manager's office and began his tirade. He stalked in and began to complain.
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Participants were classified as having ever been stalked if they answered "yes" to the question, "Have you ever been stalked, harassed, or threatened with violence for more than one month by someone who would not leave you alone?" Women who reported having been stalked also were asked whether they had experienced physical injuries and stress-related problems and the level of fear invoked by stalking.
"Threat assessment is the term used to describe the set of investigative and operational techniques that can be used by law enforcement professionals to identify, assess, and manage the risks of target violence and its potential perpetrators." (27) Threats are not necessarily predictive in the sense that individuals being stalked always will become victims of violence; however, threats obviously may require further investigation.
More than a third of those who are stalked are professionals, but victims come from all parts of society.
I'm sure if Mr Forsyth's wife or daughters were being stalked he would take action.
She said estate agent Suzy had been stalked for months before she vanished, but no-one realised the danger because it was not considered an offence Diana says she will use Janet's case and those of others the Record has highlighted in her desperate battle for tougher laws She said: "The Daily Record is being of enormous help in stopping these evil stalkers It should be congratulated."
"If you are being stalked the impact on your mental health is so bad you end up looking like the weak one, and it can seem like you are an unreliable and hysterical and silly.
But after hearing how the signaller with 2 Scots became obsessed with Alice and stalked her when he realised she was moving on from their intense relationship, the jury found him guilty of murder.
It further added that the act of stalking is often committed by someone the victim knew and that over 7.5 million people are stalked each year in the United States.
These societies were hunter-gatherers: Just as they stalked animals for their energy, we have been taught to stalk the voice in the mind for its energy.
Even those who prosecute stalkers for a living, can be stalked. Law enforcement professionals are not spared from the toxic behavior of unstable ex-partners or disgruntled ex-employees merely by virtue of their profession.
Of those, more than 4.3 million were under the age of 18 when they were first stalked including 16.3% of female stalking victims and 20.5% of male stalking victims.
A SLOVENIAN man who landed at Birmingham Airport was arrested by police after a woman was allegedly stalked in Stourbridge.
Figures from a Scottish Crime Survey last year show that one in six people may have been stalked.
The bill will strengthen protection for victims of stalking and will fill a gap in the law to protect people who are being stalked by strangers.