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and Mac pointed to the little Amazon pelting down the hill at such a rate.
All these came pelting down, like a shower of many- colored hailstones, upon the heads of grown people and children, who forthwith gathered them up, and carried them back to the palace.
Linwood lights The white stuff has been pelting down in the town
I rode my first winner there in the early 1970s - Truly Merry in a novice chase run with hailstones pelting down.
Summary: The Bekaa Valley was battered by a hail storm that brought tennis ball-size blocks of ice pelting down Wednesday.
With the rain pelting down, Aitor Karanka's side knew an early breakthrough was crucial before the pitch became heavy - and it so nearly came.
Pelting down a runway at full pace (because it wouldn't be a Tom Cruise film if he wasn't doing his signature run, either), he jumps onto a plane's side and clings onto a nook with his fingertips as it takes flight.
I got off the flight to Costa Rica and got on a little four-seater Cessna plane and was dropped in the middle of the rainforest as the rain was pelting down.
With the rain pelting down, Sutton was taken on a brisk walk by the two adults.
Despite the rain pelting down and facilities being spartan, a comparatively healthy crowd of 2,763 braved the elements.
The Waterboys were harbingers of doom, with the rain pelting down on them not long after they took to the stage to deliver classics such as The Whole Of The Moon.