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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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A 28-year-old former Oklahoma State golfer who lives in Tulsa, Van Pelt is coached by Mark Wood of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
In the past several years, as van Pelt documents it, Irving was wont to use extreme, unsavory language to characterize what he called the "myth" of Auschwitz.
Once commonly known as 'black gold', the pelts have been worked into fur garments for decades.
Prices vary according to pelt quality, size, and color, and market demand from year to year.
At the April auction, 73 percent of the pelts they sold were to foreign buyers, mostly Japanese and Italians.
Van Pelt is an accomplished computer scientist, Web engineer, and studio artist known for his minimalist coding style and design insights.
Since April 2013, the price for spotted pelts has decreased from N$500 to N$200.
He two-putted at the 15th to give Dufner hopes of catching up but Van Pelt birdied the next and another dropped shot at the 17th proved inconsequential after Dufner had bogeyed the 16th.
The new price structure will hurt American Fur businesses this coming season due to the sharp increase in the cost of the pelts.
BO VAN PELT finished on top of the leaderboard of the Puerto Rico Open for the second straight day.
Bo Van Pelt broke the 36-hole record in the PGA's Wachovia Championship in Charlotte, N.