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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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Kiters do not have to wear wetsuits from spring to late into the year.
Only a handful of kiters saw the start of the festival 22 years ago.
I was beginning to get the feeling that I wasn't dealing with the brain of Kiters Anonymous, and that this particular kiter wasn't the sharpest tool in the box.
Even the most clever kiter cannot hide the signs that can accurately signal kiting activity.
President, are you?") (1) In Brooklyn, an Orthodox Jewish City Council member shouted hatefully at Brown, "Welcome to Hymietown!"; in the same borough, Clinton promised a delighted dinner crowd that--at the suggestion of local hero and champion House check kiter Stephen Solarz--he'd install a glatt kosher kitchen by the White House.
On Friday, April 3 -- Good Friday, mind you, when courts weren't scheduled to hear cases -- CEO John Dee Carruth took the stand in a bankruptcy case in an attempt to lift a stay on property owned by used car salesman, convicted check kiter and straw loan beneficiary Danny Ray Butler.
(34.) See, for example, O'Toole, Schiffman, and Kiter Edwards, introduction to Section 2, Gender Violence, 198-99; and Carol-Ann Hooper, "Child Sexual Abuse and the Regulation of Women: Variations on a Theme," in Gender Violence, 346.
You might think it would be a young man's sport but Freddie says the best kiter in the country is 38.