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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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Of course, golf being golf, it made perfect sense that Van Pelt, Freeman and McCabe would share the lead with Chris Couch who, all things considered, would rather be in Gainesville, Fla.
The editorializing and indignation are kept to a bare minimum, as van Pelt patiently sifts through the history of Holocaust negation as it is incarnated in the small but venomous library of books written by a rogues gallery of" researchers" who have denied the existence of gas chambers at Auschwitz.
Though fur prices are nothing like they were 20 years ago, there's still a market for good pelts.
Clearly, it is not just the future of Karakul sheep farming which is threatened by low pelt prices but the Namibian environment which is also at stake.
With the exception of the applicators, all other products are finished by other businesses, who rely upon Oshkosh as their pelt supplier.
Production at the Schmeltzers' Hoosier Hills Fur Farm accounts for more than one-third of all the pelts produced in Indiana.
The following day, Van Pelt will discuss how, with the power of the crowd, complex data can become more accurate, scalable and faster to update.
In her presentation Honsbein highlighted strategies that will enable producers to optimize their returns from pelt sales.
mink pelts last year, making it the second most lucrative mink export market for American fur farmers behind South Korea, according to the FAS.
Van Pelt beat Dufner by two shots last week and by ten shots in last year's CIMB Classic.
American Van Pelt came into the final day with a one-stroke lead after holing a 60-foot birdie putt on the 18th in round three and picked up a shot on the first today to set the tone for his round.