walking stick

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walking stick

n.
A cane or staff used as an aid in walking.
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Namibian Police Force's Otjozondjupa Regional Police Commander, Commissioner Heinrich Tjiveze in a media statement issued to Nampa on Tuesday afternoon indicate that the walking sticks, firearms, knives, knop kieries or any other sharp objects will be confiscated at the entry gates once found on Monday.
And in another incident Eden, who is unemployed and on benefits, arrived at Cannock Jobcentre for an interview on walking sticks but upon exit CCTV showed him walking down stairs using one aid.
For 50 years, Johnson, a retired sheet metal worker, has been turning unique branches into beautiful walking sticks and gifting them to people he encounters around the world.
Walking sticks were used by men to point at things, people and as pillars of support as they walked.
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A Surrey company has signed a deal with a major Chinese medical company to provide high quality walking sticks and aids.
Good Trick Walking Stick! provides a look at the life cycle of walking sticks.
If the report is long enough they will show a person with two walking sticks being helped to walk down a corridor.
I'm told the Sotol was quite valued by local Indian tribes as walking sticks and occasional clubs.
ANORTHUMBERLAND pensioner has raised more than PS30,000 for a lifesaving charity by selling his homemade walking sticks.
"Making walking sticks is always something to fall back on." Literally.
A TEENAGE schoolboy has set up his own business - selling walking sticks. Young craftsman Deian Jones, 15, was inspired to take up the traditional trade after a part time course.