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Kiting

The unlawful practice of drawing checks against a bank account containing insufficient funds to cover them, with the expectation that the necessary funds will be deposited before such checks are presented for payment.

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Kevin Fryer, aged 41, of Slaithwaite, said they used `kite killers' to ensure a kite dropped to the ground when the user let go.
Benjamin Franklin and His First Kite, Simon & Schuster, New York, 2002.
Red Kites live off dead animals although other raptors such as buzzards and goshawKs may be partly to blame.
Now in its ninth year, the free event attracts top kite flyers from the Far East, Australia and Europe because of the perfect flying conditions on the breezy Dips.
US kite flyer, David Gomberg from Team Gomberg said that the event will offer an insight into the reality of professional kite flying as well as various other traditional forms of kite flying.
The month of January is known for kite flying in India and we always make it a point to travel and attend the festivities.
Ali suddenly let his string go, and the kite took the slack.
Dawn Todd, 10, of St Aidan's Aven s ue, Sunderland, won a kite design competition with Japanese kite master Eiji Ohashi at the festival.
One of the more unusual roles played by a kite was to carry the first line over the Niagara Gorge to begin the building of a suspension bridge near Niagara Falls.
The Kite Workshops cost pounds 4 per kite, places are limited so booking is essential either at the mima reception desk or call 01642 726720.
New: Ultramar Kite-Refit Coating gives old kites a second life.
Courtesy of Sde and Jessica Baettig, a lovely Swiss instructor working with Lebanon by Kite for the summer, we get to experience a body drag, which is exactly what it sounds like -- the power of the kite is used to pull the rider through the water.