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pelt

the skin of a fur-bearing animal, such as a mink, esp when it has been removed from the carcass
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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.
The goals were executed very well and it was great to see Michael Newman (right) back - he scored 3-2 - and Andrew Tormey at full pelt.
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.
Well, these lads set off full pelt like scalded cats, sprinting down the rain-soaked road.
Clark's options could be boosted in the coming weeks as Nikola Zigic (back) and David Murphy (heel) are pencilled in to make comebacks in Monday's development game against Leeds at Wast Hills and Akwasi Asante (hamstring) is also nearing full pelt, the manager revealed.
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.
Richard Thorpe then collected a pass at full pelt and roared over.
They'll be at full pelt as they need the points too.
Now his ankle is the only thing standing between him and going at full pelt as Coventry Blaze head into the penultimate weekend of league action.
The rumour machine has been spinning at full pelt again this week with reports of rows over who should be allowed to sing which songs in tonight's contest with a Take That theme.
Firefighter Adam Flint said: "The truck rolled back by about 50 feet and hit the building full pelt.