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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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During the circuit session at Goodwood it was showing an average of just 10mpg and that was not at full pelt because of the weather.
The tigers will be surrounded with 3mm mesh which can hold out impact from a tiger running at full pelt and can deal with all weather conditions for 100 years.
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.
Miller will be wearing a protective boot for the next month and then it will be another two to four weeks before he is bowling at full pelt again.
"Someone with his pace, his trickery and the way he can deliver a ball, whether it be from a set-piece or at full pelt, is always a danger.
"In Kightly's case, it is impossible for someone back after six months out to play 70 minutes at full pelt, then another 70 on Sunday.
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.
In a jazz world that has become too polite, it is good to experience something as intense as Atzmon's blistering saxophone solos at full pelt. At last, someone who aspires to go one step beyond.
To find the most waterproof coat, the five were sprayed with a fire hose at full pelt by the hunky firemen of Bluewatch at Cardiff Central Fire Station.
To bring a player like him on in those circumstances - he's got great speed and runs the ball at full pelt every time - really gave an edge to England.
Jokes are milked for all their worth, and the comedy starts as it means to go on - at full pelt.
Stevie, the talented Declan Rodgers, is nursing a broken heart after his Catholic girlfriend dumps him - much to the delight of his uber Protestant mother Dorothy and sister Rebecca, played at full pelt by Abigail McGibbon.