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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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The stone pelting resulted in the window panes of coach S-4 being smashed which resulted in injuries to more than half a dozen passengers.
We saw the masked rioters pelting motorists with firebombs and metal rods.
Abdullah, who also said that the stone- pelting youth were not giving up their lives for tourism, is contesting the byeelection to Srinagar Lok Sabha seat as the joint candidate of NC and Congress.
The forum Spokesman, Ayaz Akbar, in a statement issued in Srinagar said,"The nature of the stone pelting is not the same every time and everywhere, but often in reaction.
The debate was triggered by the city police chief Afadul Mujtaba who claimed that there is a saying of the Prophet (Hadith) that prohibits stone pelting.
February 2005: Crews from Wallsend are barred from entry to the Bowness Avenue area of the town after teenagers lure them to the estate by lighting rubbish fires, before pelting them with stones, bricks and bottles.
RIOTERS lured firefighters to a housing estate with a hoax call before pelting them with rocks, it emerged yesterday.
THE fathers' rights protester who left LibDem Jody Dunn in tears after pelting her with flour was released on bail yesterday.
They met again the next year, this time pelting passers-by as well.
The Canada Hand and the Canadarm 2 had to be made to withstand the constant pelting of meteorites.
But impatiens are also damaged by hard, pelting rain, which, least we forget, usually falls in greatest quantity during February.
And why haven't scientists detected the tiny comets pelting the Moon, or nearby planets like Mars and Venus?