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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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BEIRUT: The Bekaa Valley was battered by a hail storm that brought tennis ball-size blocks of ice pelting down Wednesday.
The snow was pelting down and I got stuck at the bottom of our bank slap bang in the middle of the road.
It's really tough when there are a group of us working simultaneously in a small garden while it is pelting down with rain.
The rain is pelting down from the aftermath of yet another tropical storm making its way up the coast.
Playing on the rainy theme u Burberry's trenches, of course, are perfect for the deary British weather u the walls of the hall had graphics of rain pelting down.
THE RAIN is pelting down in Athens, black clouds are gathered over the Acropolis and the city has reverberated to the sounds of sirens all day long.
With the rain pelting down after the break, Gabon were denied a last-minute penalty when Ammar Jemel brought Daniel Cousin down in the area.
She said: "We got wedged in a whole series of cars and it was pelting down with snow.
Nor are we just talking straight line speed because this car has the handling to match, with pin-sharp steering, limpet-like grip and wonderful agility and traction - even when it's pelting down.
If I could offer one piece of advice, that would be to provide more shelter next year as there was nowhere for the throng to hide once the rain started pelting down.
The rain began pelting down after 11 of 45 drivers had completed qualifying attempts on the two-mile oval and NASCAR was forced to fill the race field by points, giving series leader Busch his third pole start of the season.
Yes, the rain was pelting down by the time we re-emerged but it didn't stop us enjoying a brisk walk along the famous pier.