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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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The gravity-defying gameplay throws players full pelt into sharp bends and sheer drops.
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The bareback jockeys are all boys, some as young as five, few older than ten, and they ride full pelt with little or no safety equipment to hand.
Snow cleaning works in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts continuing at full pelt as the brief snowstorm blanketed cities with huge amount of snow.
When Brax and the killer come face to face in their cars, both drive at each other full pelt causing a headlong collision.
A routine win over London last week was preceded by a Magic Weekend victory over bitter rivals Hull and with no cup distractions they can go into this game at full pelt.
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.
And that is exactly what Ferguson needs at this time of the season, with his side going full pelt for the treble on the back of seven straight wins, their best sequence of the entire campaign.
"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.
I'm not saying he's got a field full of patio heaters on full pelt every night.
Of course it's all hogwash, but that doesn't stop General Hopgood (Stephen Lang) rising from his desk in the amusing opening sequence, announcing loudly, "I'm going into the next office", then running full pelt at a solid wall.