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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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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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She said: "The Liverpool stats are extremely disappointing but aren't a surprise as the police on a national level deal with stalking in an appalling way."
She said: "TheLiverpoolstats are extremely disappointing but aren't a surprise as the police on a national level deal with stalking in an appalling way."
A survey by the Scottish Government in 2017/18 found 27 per cent of women aged 16-to-24 had experienced at least one incident of stalking in the previous year.
Alice had contacted Northumbria Police about Dhillon's stalking in the days before he killed her.
VICTIMS of stalking in Northern Ireland are being asked to contribute to plans to make it an offence.
Mother-of-three Gail added: "We'd like to see specialised teams deal with stalking in the same way as domestic abuse.
Justice Minister, Claire Sugden has outlined her intention to review the current legislation in relation to stalking in Northern Ireland.
Stalking in direct sunlight is almost as bad as walking on the skyline.
Stalking in the setting of intimate partner abuse is associated with harmful outcomes for the victim.
CHICAGO -- The Stalking Risk Profile, a tool designed to assess recidivism risk, is effective in predicting the potential for future stalking in offenders.
(186) Only five states outline what cannot be a defense to stalking in their statutory scheme.
Figures show that one-in-five women and one-in-10 men suffer some level of stalking in their life.
In the present study, college faculty across the United States completed online surveys about their experiences with student stalking in order to obtain lifetime and twelve month prevalence rates.
The 2001 British Crime Survey (BCS), a self-completion questionnaire which provides estimates of the extent and nature of a variety of crimes that have been reported to police but not recorded or that were never reported to police, provides an estimation of the prevalence of stalking in England and Wales.