pelters

pelters

(ˈpɛltəz)
pl n
informal Scot strong criticism or verbal abuse
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Van Dijk will attract pelters from the home fans and Klopp is worried enough about it to speak to him before the game.
He also urged Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to come clean on the amnesty scheme being offered to first and second time stone pelters.
The recent increase in the number of casualties from the Indian valley of Kashmir by stone pelters is not only condemned but is also unacceptable ("Amend statute to fully integrate Kashmir with Bharat - RSS chief", Gulf News, October 1).
Clashes between stone pelters and security forces broke out in Mehjoor Nagar of Srinagar, Shopian town, Palhalan town in Baramulla district and in Tral in Pulwama.
FAROOQ Ahmad Dar, who was tied to the bonnet of an Indian Army jeep and used as a human shield from stone pelters in the Valley has gone to the State Human Rights Commission ( SHRC) against the reward given to Major Gogoi by the Army.
The veteran actor and parliamentarian took to social networking website Twitter and expressed his views which were referring to a video that went viral last month, showing a Kashmiri tied in front of an Army jeep and being used as a human shield to deter stone pelters.
In one such video, a youth can be seen tied to the front of an armoured Indian army vehicle as a human shield against stone pelters on the polling day at Gundipora in Beerwah area of Budgam.
When something goes wrong, you get pelters so "I'll have to accept that.
I got pelters on the radio for suggesting it was right to take one for the team - by picking up a booking with a cynical foul to stop an opposition counter-attack.
I'VE had pelters from Motherwell fans for last week's column about tragic footballer Phil O'Donnell.
What would be a huge help is if they give it pelters when Ronnie Browne from the Corries leads them in the singing of Flower of Scotland
The Pelters continued their golden anniversary celebration with a three-day cruise to Ensenada.