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pelt

the undressed, raw skin of a wild animal with the fur in place. If from a sheep or goat there is a short growth of wool or mohair on the skin.
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Yes, the Gunners were far from their best, and it will have frustrated Wenger and got him wondering how to get them playing at full pelt again.
They and the several other quality performers who remain will be under orders to perform at full pelt without compromising the result through over-ambition.
Manager Dave Jones says: "We are one or two players from being at full pelt.
Richard Thorpe then collected a pass at full pelt and roared over.
I'm bowling at about 75% now and I'm probably only another couple of spells away from bowling at full pelt again, which is great.
Aboard pampered passengers had already enjoyed the locomotive at full pelt as it travelled north from Yorkshire, with the chime whistle sounding as it went.
Work is proceeding at full pelt The team behind the project couldn't resist naming the place in tribute to St Lucia's biggest fan," the Sun quoted a source as saying.
As a team, they are direct and they go at full pelt all the time.
ONE of the most thrilling experiences in music has to be feeling your eyeballs vibrate in their sockets and your very ribs resounding to the thunder of 6,000 organ pipes at full pelt in Symphony Hall.
They weren't anything like at full pelt - they will be 10 times more competitive on Wednesday.
Buy this record and listen to it alone with the lights down and the volume at full pelt and you'll feel a whole lot better than you did an hour previously.
He's had every opportunity we could have given him, but the recent Achilles injury in particular has meant he's not been able to train at full pelt and that has reflected in his conditioning.