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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pelt.


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  • And, in this case, the pelts from the coyote carcasses could be used to help finance the crests.

    On the Ethics of Coyote Hunting Tournaments

  • Their pelts were the same gray green of the hillside, except near the haunches where she saw white and black.

    A Fire Upon the Deep

  • Hunting the winter beasts for their pelts was a profitable but very minor enterprise, never sufficient for mass markets.

    Planet of the Damned

  • After trapping a large number of raccoons, they realize that the pelts are the finest they’ve ever seen.

    Masters of Horror – Pelts (2006)

  • So long as the hair was on the skins were called "pelts"; but the moment the hair was removed the skins became "slats."

    The Story of Leather

  • The open side, or entrance, was covered with "pelts," or half-dressed skins of wild animals.

    Eclectic School Readings: Stories from Life

  • For your info there would be no pet chinchillas or any others for that matter if it were not for the popularity of Chinchilla as a fur garment, that means "pelts", not pets. - Business News

  • • They also used apple jack and hard cider to barter for things they needed such as pelts and store goods. RSS

  • A committee on internal market and consumer affairs approved a proposal that would prevent EU countries from importing seal products - such as pelts, oil and meat. Top Stories

  • Canada exported around US$5. 5m worth of seal products such as pelts, meat, and oils to the EU in 2006.



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