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skelp

[skelp]
(metallurgy)
A strip or sheet of steel which will be rolled and welded to form a tube.
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It set a benchmark for pub dining others still struggle to emulate with fabulous fish, cheeses and a specials list pinned on what looked like wooden table tennis bats and which conveniently doubled as paddle boards to skelp raucous diners.
Every so often an orange Mitre Mouldmaster football would fly in your direction and skelp you on the thigh.
If he was my son, I'd skelp him but he has a lot of talent and at 18 is a great prospect.
Och, I always used to call our PE teacher "Miss", which is probably why he used to skelp me all the time.
He'll miss the chance to skelp his Inter Milan team-mate Patrick Vieira who let slip last week that he's not a fan of the big defender.
I picked St Mirren but the lads dissed my choice and took turns throwing me over their shoulders and parading me around our crowded dressing-room with my bare butt in the air shouting "penny a skelp, penny a skelp
One witness said: "I saw Riordan getting a good skelp off a burly bloke then everything just kicked off.
Skelps offers a sixteen chapter how-to manual in sports photography.
A NIGHT Watt skelps Barca "But if he goes then I'm sure the gaffer will bring in some brilliant players with the money we get.
And in a bizarre routine, David Walliams - complete with blond wig - is strapped to a revolving wheel while Simon Cowell skelps him with a leather whip.