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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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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A SLOVENIAN man who landed at Birmingham Airport was arrested by police after a woman was allegedly stalked in Stourbridge.
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An American study looking at women killed by their ex partners found 76% of victims were stalked in the lead up to the murder.
However, males were significantly less likely than females (from the Sheridan, Davies, & Boon, 2001b, study of 348 women, by opportunity or convenience sampling) to experience stalking acts, and 5.2 percent of men were judged to have been stalked in their lifetime, compared to 23.6 percent of women.
Home Office statistics showed that 9% - one in 11 - of both women and men had been stalked in the previous 12 months.
(28) In addition, even though 43 percent of men and 45 percent of women being stalked in that study received threats from their stalkers, interpersonal violence only occurred on average in 20 to 25 percent of the cases.
The film, ostensibly a "romantic comedy," in fact depicts actions common to stalkers and experiences familiar to those who have been stalked in real life.
If a person is being stalked in Nashville, the police stalk the stalker by using the same methods they have used in the past to track drug suspects.