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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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You've got to go full pelt and just worry about the game in front of you-and that one's West Brom.
Martin flings himself full pelt into each impending disaster, while Reno and Kline are both wasted.
We have to be at full pelt all the time and when we are, we can put a performance like that in,' said Jones.
I know when it comes down to it, I can go to war at full pelt for 12 rounds and we'll see if he can match that.
Two men each weighing more than 15 stone running at full pelt in to the collision area mean injuries are always going to be an unwanted by-product of the modern era.
But Downing believes Long is showing signs of being close to approaching full pelt, despite having to wait for a first-team start due to Marc-Antoine Fortun's form.
He's a 100 per center and it was typical that he pulled his hamstring going full pelt down the wing.
Manager Dave Jones says: "We are one or two players from being at full pelt.
Jefferies will hope that next week's Edinburgh derby will be put to one side but the bandwagon will be rolling at full pelt if they gain a victory today.
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.
The boat can turn a tight circle going at full pelt, 35 knots, and will cover all sorts of emergencies in the years to come - from saving stranded animals to the grim duty of pulling bodies from the water.
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.