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Synonyms for stalked

having or growing on or from a peduncle or stalk

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None of the women who reported having been stalked by a stranger and who believed the stalking was somewhat dangerous or life threatening reported sustaining an injury.
I've stalked a pile of animals wearing different clothing; however, I almost always go back to Sitka Gear.
According to the study's data, 7.7 percent of women report being stalked by the age of 45.
The average length of time someone is stalked is two and a half years and 80% of victims are stalked by someone they know.
"Nationally around one in five women and one in 10 men will be stalked at some point in their lives and this is something that is unacceptable."
In fact, some 900, 000 adults are stalked in Britain every year.
He said: "Often people think if a man is being stalked by a woman he should feel flattered, but it's still very difficult to deal with."
In the early 1 990s, the most often quoted figures showed that 5 percent of women in the United States were stalked at some point during their lifetimes and about 200,000 were victims each year.
A University of West Virginia study showed 34% of the women and 17% of the men reported being stalked. (Fremouio) Stalkers use harassment and threats of physical harm to intimidate their victims.
According to investigations, Shimoyama, now a recycled paper dealer, was dispatched in April 1997 to a company where the woman was working, and he repeatedly stalked her for two and a half years from May 1998 after he quit the company.
Washington, Jan 14 (ANI): A shocking report has revealed that 1 out of 100 Americans is being stalked.
Researchers from the University of Leicester used more than 1,000 responses to an online questionnaire to compile a profile of the experience of being stalked, and came up with some startling findings.
Despite high-profile cases, where obsessed fans have stalked stars such as Britney Spears and Gwyneth Paltrow, people in their 40s - especially professionals - are often the targets, said the study.
This will aid the prosecutor because it establishes that the subject purposefully or knowingly stalked the victim.