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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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FAROOQ Ahmad Dar, who was tied to the bonnet of an Indian Army jeep and used as a human shield from stone pelters in the Valley has gone to the State Human Rights Commission ( SHRC) against the reward given to Major Gogoi by the Army.
However, the three-lead configuration is inadequate for identifying complex arrhythmias or myocardial ischemia (Drew & Ide, 1998; Pelter et al., 2003).
SUNDERLAND RESERVES: Carson, Wright, M'voto, Pelter (Donoghue 46), Dennehy, Weir, J.
Pelter, who plays for New Zealand side Canterbury United, played 45 minutes in Sunderland's friendly at Scunthorpe on Saturday.
The Jammu and Kashmir Police said the stone pelters pelted stones on his vehicle mistaking it as security forces vehicle.
Keane, who used his side's second summer fixture to run the rule over New Zealand Under-20 international defender Jack Pelter, is determined to add 'three or four' players to his squad prior to the club's forthcoming Irish tour.
Dear Mr Gavin, In May, you published a letter sent by Ann Pelter of Colne, Lancashire (one of the gardens we play in).
But he is a stone pelter. He has nothing to do with tourism.
HE'S JUST 17 and a stone- pelter, and his parent in a north Kashmir village is appealing to the police and politicians to spare the youngster.
With names such as ' Stone Pelters Association of Kashmir', ' All Kashmir Stone Pelters Association' and ' Im a Kashmiri Stone Pelter', these groups claim they have every right to throw stones at the security forces.
Summary: Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], June 2 (ANI): The Jammu and Kashmir Police has registered two FIRs (First Information Report) against the Srinagar Unit of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) over Nowhatta incident, wherein a stone pelter died after being mowed down by a CRPF vehicle.
National Conference (NC) MLA, Javed Rana, while addressing the media a day after stone pelters attacked a school bus in Kashmir's Shopian, said that 'stone pelters are being backed by the RSS and few Central agencies'.