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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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Founded in 2007 by travel industry veteran Dave Pelter, InsideTrip provides, for the first time, a true insider's view on how to buy travel by offering not only the best prices, but also the ability to search by TripQuality score.
While these online groups are becoming popular, a counter community -- ' Condemn Stone Pelters of Kashmir -- has also come up on Facebook.
Police claimed to have enough video as well as photographs as evidence, against the arrested stone pelters.
SHO Zahoor Ahmad said the crackdown was launched to nab the stone pelters, who turned extortionists.
Is it not enough they take pelters from the players, pelters from the managers and pelters from up to 60,000 fans every week?
Police had launched an operation against the stone pelters and miscreants in the area, who were wanted by the police.
He said: "Steven is the closest to James but he was on the phone giving him pelters this week because Everton had beaten an Austrian side 10-0 and he didn't even score once.
STUART McCALL has copped pelters in the Motherwell dressing room after fellow SPL managers Terry Butcher, Steve Lomas and Peter Houston were linked with jobs down south.
She can expect pelters from Alan Carr, Patrick Kielty, Christopher Biggins and her old mates from Albert Square.
FOOTBALLERS' girls Coleen McLoughlin and Alex Curran show they are a real pair of little pelters.
STEVE LOMAS reckons the Killie boo-boys were well out of order giving Nigel Hasselbaink pelters for being the victim of the tackle that saw Manu Pascali sent off.
Referee Kevin Friend also got pelters when he denied the Hammers what looked like two clear penalties.