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(at) full pelt

As fast as possible. I drove at full pelt, and I still got there late. Do you think she has a chance to win the race, if she runs at full pelt? They are planning this wedding at full pelt. I hope they don't forget any major details.
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at full pelt

with great speed; as fast as possible.
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(at) full ˈpelt/ˈspeed/ˈtilt

with great speed, force, etc: The police were chasing him so he ran full pelt down the road.We drove down the road at full tilt.
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Yes, the Gunners were far from their best, and it will have frustrated Wenger and got him wondering how to get them playing at full pelt again.
Manager Dave Jones says: "We are one or two players from being at full pelt.
Jefferies will hope that next week's Edinburgh derby will be put to one side but the bandwagon will be rolling at full pelt if they gain a victory today.
I'm bowling at about 75% now and I'm probably only another couple of spells away from bowling at full pelt again, which is great.
The boat can turn a tight circle going at full pelt, 35 knots, and will cover all sorts of emergencies in the years to come - from saving stranded animals to the grim duty of pulling bodies from the water.
Running full pelt the speedster caught the Knights by surprise and galloped into the end zone to double the lead at 12.
Work is proceeding at full pelt The team behind the project couldn't resist naming the place in tribute to St Lucia's biggest fan," the Sun quoted a source as saying.
It was going full pelt then there was a bang and we smashed forward into the bar.
He's had every opportunity we could have given him, but the recent Achilles injury in particular has meant he's not been able to train at full pelt and that has reflected in his conditioning.
In a jazz world that has become too polite, it is good to experience something as intense as Atzmon's blistering saxophone solos at full pelt.
Mr Bradbourn said: 'This is another example of Labour deceitfully going full pelt towards regional government by the back door.
Stevie, the talented Declan Rodgers, is nursing a broken heart after his Catholic girlfriend dumps him - much to the delight of his uber Protestant mother Dorothy and sister Rebecca, played at full pelt by Abigail McGibbon.
I know when it comes down to it, I can go to war at full pelt for 12 rounds and we'll see if he can match that.
Clark's options could be boosted in the coming weeks as Nikola Zigic (back) and David Murphy (heel) are pencilled in to make comebacks in Monday's development game against Leeds at Wast Hills and Akwasi Asante (hamstring) is also nearing full pelt, the manager revealed.
He's a 100 per center and it was typical that he pulled his hamstring going full pelt down the wing.