deerstalking


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Noun1.deerstalking - stalking deer
stalking, still hunt, stalk - a hunt for game carried on by following it stealthily or waiting in ambush
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deerstalking

[ˈdɪəˌstɔːkɪŋ] Ncaza f de venado

deerstalking

[ˈdɪəˌstɔːkɪŋ] ncaccia al cervo a piedi
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If you're farming and deerstalking you have a more prosaic attitude about it.
In the three-part series, a meek school teacher (Jim Howick) joins his future brother-in-law (Stephen Campbell Moore) and several obnoxious friends on a deerstalking expedition in the Highlands where the hunting party realises they themselves are the prey.
David Cameron, described as a "devotee" of deerstalking, has pledged a Commons vote on the subject of blood sports.
The land is currently owned by Tim -lantic Investors which is based in Glasgow and London, who bought it a few years ago for deerstalking.
Currently 1,000 to 1,500 carcasses are sourced and sold locally in Wales each year, but with more than 500 people with basic deerstalking qualifications, and almost another 100 with more advanced skills, it is thought this could be increased.
CONTROVERSIAL HOBBY: Rugby league star Keiron Cunningham goes deerstalking on the Cheshire/ Staffordshire border.
The pundits of pro football may as well have been armed with magnifying glasses, trench coats and Sherlock Holmes' deerstalking hats the way they've been scouring the NFL in recent weeks in search of the team that could be this year's Pittsburgh Steelers.