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An elderly man with a walking stick shuffling around an outlet of M’s Pop Life, a chain of adult stores, can find much aimed at him.
There is some fine Saharan sand in a tiny clay pot, an ebony walking stick, two carved Moroccan chairs with red leather seats, a white T-shirt signed by Andy Warhol.
Clad in typical late 19th- to early 20th-century menswear — white shirt, black vest, black bowler hat, and a walking stick — Richard spices up the 90-minute walk with historical perspective and anecdotes from the benefactor’s life.
In her trademark blue bucket hat, with a walking stick by her side, Ramos is a wisp of a woman, her hazel eyes sparkling warmly.
When the officer spoke to Wahrmund, the officer noticed a pipe with what appeared to be marijuana residue inside of it hanging from a walking stick in the back seat of Wahrmund’s vehicle, the affidavit said.
After the assassination 42 days later, Lincoln’s widow gave Douglass her husband’s walking stick.
On a Thursday night, people of all ages trickle across the lot by the Griffith Park Merry-Go-Round, more than a few with water bottles and telescoping walking sticks dangling from carabiners.
Jenkins hobbled off the plane with a walking stick, looking much older than his years, with their daughters in 2004.
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Definition of walking stick for English Language Learners
: a stick that is used to help someone to walk
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