“President Zal ul-Haq refused me entry to his entourage, saying it was a stag party,” Mustafa told the audience.
And there happens to be a rock with stag on top of it as a monument right outside of town.
In her anger she casts a spell upon him, changing him into a stag.
Salinger retooled it, retitled it "Paula," and sold it to stag, a middlebrow publication for men.
When "Paula" stalled at stag, Salinger must have been relieved.
Here Agamemnon, while hunting, killed a stag that was sacred to Diana.
"I am Vafthrudner, the wisest of the Giants," said the one who was riding on the stag.
The Prince of 213 Prussia had a shot at a stag, which he killed.
At daylight the stag came back to do more work on his new house.
The base is compressed and very smooth, not knotty as in the stag.
late 12c., probably from Old English *stagga "stag," from Proto-Germanic *stag- (see sting). The Old Norse equivalent was used of male foxes, tomcats and dragons and the Germanic root word perhaps originally meant "male animal in its prime." Meaning "pertaining to or composed of males only" (stag party) is American English slang from 1848. Stag film "pornographic movie" is attested from 1968.
For men only; without women: a stag function/ Several of the brothers were going to the dance stag (1873+)