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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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14 ( ANI ): The Kolkata bound Patna-Kolkata Express train came under attack by some robbers at the Jamui station and was later pelted with stones by the robbers.
Some attendees chanted anti-CS Eugene Wamalwa slogans and pelted him with stones, forcing him to leave the festival.
The 30-year-old Bahraini crashed her Toyota into a police patrol vehicle in Sharakan after teenagers pelted motorists with firebombs and metal rods, having blocked a street with debris, in January.
The Afghans humiliated the Pakistani national flag and pelted stones at the Friendship gate," said the official.
PSP chief Mustafa Kamal's was pelted with stones and his posters were torn off on Sunday as he reached the city to inaugurate the party's Sukkur office.
Jim Murphy has vowed to get back on his soapbox this week despite being pelted with eggs.
DCP Mahendra Singh was injured as the protesters pelted stones and fought pitched battles with the police, which used batons and tear gas shells to disperse them.
TENS of thousands of people pelted each other with 120 tons of ripe tomatoes in an annual battle in the eastern Spanish town of Bunol.
Summary: The storm has pelted eastern Canada with rain and winds of 50mph after causing chaos and devastation in the US, killing 20 people.
The youths pelted stones on the security forces and many got killed in retaliatory firing.
Other shoppers pelted them with boxes and fruit, but were forced to take cover when the gang made the gun threat.
If all he has to worry about is being pelted with a few eggs he has got offlightly.