walking stick


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walking stick

n.
A cane or staff used as an aid in walking.
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Among members of the Kikuyu community, a walking stick is a source of respect.
Det Con Deborah Montgomery said: "This was a despicable attack on a vulnerable lady whose walking stick was kicked, causing her to fall to the ground.
My wife asked why I braked and I said a man had walked in front of the car in a long overcoat, a walking stick, dark clothing and a trilby," said 75-year-old Brian.
Dressed in blue trousers and a beige jacket, and wearing widerimmed glasses, the pensioner used a walking stick and a handrail to support himself as he left court.
30pm on Monday, when a nineyear-old boy was allegedly hit across the back of his leg and to his head by a man using a walking stick.
If the report is long enough they will show a person with two walking sticks being helped to walk down a corridor.
Anyone watching our procession of a tall, lanky man with a walking stick and a pipe loosely hanging between his teeth, with four noisy kids hustling along behind him, would certainly think the Pied Piper was in the area.
As police searched for the firearm Lenny was last out - with the fold-up walking stick that sparked the alert.
I have heard these Indians were mostly Apache, who favored the Sotol as a walking stick.
The court heard he arrived at Mr Wilson's flat to see him hitting Webb with his walking stick again.
I am visually and hearing impaired and also have to use a walking stick, as I am arthritic.