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skelp

[skelp]
(metallurgy)
A strip or sheet of steel which will be rolled and welded to form a tube.
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Next day, he's on the first tee with his father-in-law and skelps his ball 250 yards.
But a few skelps on the backside would have been preferable to the punishment we took on this devilishly tough lay-out.
Either way, it's not good enough and I hope his mum skelps his bum for whispering out of place.
But get it buzzing around 6000 and it skelps along with a steady drive that makes you think there's something tastier than 400cc between your legs.
Scott must be the kind of guy who skelps his weans if they get 99 out of 100 on their report card.