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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 security personnel received injuries due to stone pelting.
There was stone pelting on the police scattered during which many people got injured and Moradabad District Magistrate Chandrakant was seriously injured in his eyes.
The forum Spokesman, Ayaz Akbar, in a statement issued in Srinagar said,"The nature of the stone pelting is not the same every time and everywhere, but often in reaction.
The families both accused have denied the charges, saying they were not involved in any incident of stone pelting.
Srinagar: For once, the Muslim majority Kashmir valley has given a shove to its predominant political discourse and has focused itself on a religious debate on whether Islam permits mob pelting stones on police and security forces.
His friends call his relentless big-tree searching "Van Pelting.
MICKEY recalls a young punk pelting him with cake while King famously played Love & Pride in the grounds of Coventry Cathedral for the BBC's Saturday morning kids TV show.
February 2005: Crews from Wallsend are barred from entry to the Bowness Avenue area of the town after teenagers lure them to the estate by lighting rubbish fires, before pelting them with stones, bricks and bottles.
RIOTERS lured firefighters to a housing estate with a hoax call before pelting them with rocks, it emerged yesterday.
THE fathers' rights protester who left LibDem Jody Dunn in tears after pelting her with flour was released on bail yesterday.
They met again the next year, this time pelting passers-by as well.
The Canada Hand and the Canadarm 2 had to be made to withstand the constant pelting of meteorites.