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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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During the circuit session at Goodwood it was showing an average of just 10mpg and that was not at full pelt because of the weather.
Haf Roberts, a Keep Wales Tidy litter champion, did a great job organising a clean-up while the council workers were at full pelt in the city centre.
Now his ankle is the only thing standing between him and going at full pelt as Coventry Blaze head into the penultimate weekend of league action.
Today the Baa-Baas face New Zealand, and although many of the All Blacks rookies and reserves will be aiming to impress coach Graham Henry, it is hard to envisage them putting in such a big phsyical showing and the Baa-baas should be able to return to their spirit of expansive play Nick Mallett's invitational side is top-heavy with southern hemisphere stars in need of a rest after a hard international season and they are unlikely to be hitting mauls, rucks, setpieces and tackles at full pelt.
The rumour machine has been spinning at full pelt again this week with reports of rows over who should be allowed to sing which songs in tonight's contest with a Take That theme.
Firefighter Adam Flint said: "The truck rolled back by about 50 feet and hit the building full pelt. Luckily it came to a standstill."
"Anyway I have always believed that when you try to save players it does not work out, so what you have got to do is go full pelt every game.
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. At last, someone who aspires to go one step beyond.
'We have to be at full pelt all the time and when we are, we can put a performance like that in,' said Jones.'But, it's very, very difficult for a team that's just come up to keep going and going every game, week in and week out at full throttle.
"I was running full pelt indoors at Oriam to score a try then had to stop quickly and I pulled it.
Kate and Roy aren't as keen as it involves Bill running into them at full pelt and knocking them flying.
WE are up In the morning step onto the belt, No time to ponder we go top speed, full pelt.
The thing about Mane is even if he isn't playing at full pelt, he brings something to the team, because he's different to the other attackers, stretches the play, possesses proper pace.
With incredible energy Richie got the whole crowd - which spanned three generations - on their feet to go full pelt for the highlight of the evening, his 1986 record Dancing on the Ceiling.