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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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To encourage stalk celery to develop a pale, mild-flavored heart, use an elastic hair scrunchie or strips of soft cloth to secure the stalks into a bunch after the plants have been growing in the garden for eight to 10 weeks.
Shredding and uniformly incorporating stalks into soil is a normal farm practice accepted worldwide.
As an alternative to the tedious traditional method for managing cotton residue, designers in the early 1960s aimed to develop a machine that would entrench stalks into soil in a continuous bundle or rope.
in Tucson digs a temporary furrow, guides and pushes standing cotton stalks into the furrow and reforms the soil bed to its original condition.
If you get too much rhubarb, cut extra stalks into small pieces and freeze them in plastic bags for later use.