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Stalk
   of   
Foresters
Stipiform
   is shaped like a   
Stalk
Anne Chickenstalker
   appeared in the Dickens novel   
The Chimes
A stout lady who keeps a shop in the general line to whom Trotty owes some small debts. In Trotty's dream she marries Tugby and is Meg's landlady.
Arkansas
   has   
A Diamond, Rice Stalks and a Flying Mallard Duck
Joined union in 1836, quarter released in 2003
Tweety and the Beanstalk (1957)
   featured   
Tweety Pie
Also featuring Sylvester
Castle Stalker
   is in the county   
Highlands
Richard Ramirez
   has the nickname   
Nightstalker
Brian & Michael
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Matchstalk Men & Matchstalk Cats & Dogs
April 2 1978 for 3 weeks
The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970)
   has the tagline   
Stalked by Fear and Terror-night and Day!
Beanstalk Bunny (1955)
   featured   
Elmer Fudd
Also featuring Bugs Bunny, and Daffy Duck
Beanstalk Bunny (1955)
   featured   
Bugs Bunny
Also featuring Elmer Fudd, and Daffy Duck
Death Stalker Scorpion
   is found in   
Israel
Leiurus quinquestriatus
Pomace
   is described as   
The Skins, Stalks, and Seeds That Remain After Making Wine. Also Called Marc.
Jack and the Beanstalk
   was written by   
Joseph Jacobs
English Fairy Tales, 1890
Beanstalk Bunny (1955)
   featured   
Daffy Duck
Also featuring Elmer Fudd, and Bugs Bunny
Jack-Wabbit and the Beanstalk (1943)
   featured   
Bugs Bunny
The October Man (1947)
   has the tagline   
He Was Suspect Number One...while the Real Killer Stalked the Streets
Jordan Death Stalker Scorpion
   is found in   
Yemen
Leiurus jordanensis
Victoria Nichols & Susan Thompson
   won the award for   
Silk Stalkings
1989. A reference list of female crime/mystery writers and the characters created by them.
Transmat
   released   
The Art Of Stalking
Tee O'Neill
   wrote the play   
Stalking Matilda (2005)
Drama
"Among Its Desperate and Slain, the Ogre Stalks With Hands on Hips, While Drivel Gushes from His Lips"
   are the closing lines of   
August, 1968 by W. H. Auden
Tweety and the Beanstalk (1957)
   featured   
Sylvester
Also featuring Tweety Pie






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