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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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In Kightly's case, it is impossible for someone back after six months out to play 70 minutes at full pelt, then another 70 on Sunday.
We had to start at full pelt and too many players failed to do that.
But there was one move where I had to turn blind and she was running full pelt right into my fist.
But White, who scored England's winner in the recent friendly against USA, knows both teams will be going full pelt for a Wembley date.
He's so quick you have to try to slow him down before he starts running at full pelt.
A bird was left in a flap after crashing into a glass patio door at full pelt.
Obertan pulled up while running at full pelt during the match at St James' Park in November.
As bombardments are continuing at full pelt, Gazan authorities informed that Islam University took heavy damage and a family consisting five people were killed during the attacks.
Well, these lads set off full pelt like scalded cats, sprinting down the rain-soaked road.
Haf Roberts, a Keep Wales Tidy litter champion, did a great job organising a clean-up while the council workers were at full pelt in the city centre.
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.